A jumping on point, and we’re on year 4 of Lumberjanes!
This was a really fun read, and a brilliant point for jumping on for new readers. We get that weird things have happened at camp, and now we get to meet the parents. Each of them are different, although you can see the similarities with their children. There were a few close calls though and I like how they are dealt with. It looks like the problem isn’t going to come from the supernatural (not originally), but the very natural. I like the art and there is some excellent work here. If you haven’t read Lumberjanes yet – jump on!
Out this week from The Treasury Of British Comics is the second collection of Black Max. CREATIVE TEAM: Frank Pepper (w) Alonso Font (a) RELEASE DATE: 21 October PAPERBACK, 122 pages PRICE: £12.99 ISBN: 9781781088623 […]
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