Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 4: Girl-Moon

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 4: Girl-Moon

Journey to the Living Planet! It's Lunella Lafayette's biggest adventure yet, as a voice from the outer reaches of space beckons her and Devil Dinosaur on a truly fantastic voyage - an Ego trip, if you will! Are you ready for Moon Girl to meet...Girl-Moon? Lunella isn't just smart, she's the smartest person on Earth - but what good is that when the problems she faces are i...

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Title:Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 4: Girl-Moon
Author:Amy Reeder
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Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 4: Girl-Moon Reviews

  • Mina

    4.5

  • Liz Kay

    I always love Lunella, but this story is not quite as strong as some of the earlier ones.

  • Josh

    Volume 4 doesn't quite reach the same level of the rest of this series. The story goes in some less-effective directions, and just didn't appeal to me as much as previous story arcs. However, I'm curious to see what the next volume brings. And I still love these characters, so no regrets about spending more time with them.

  • Lisa

    As compared to the others...this was a big let down. I enjoyed this but I did not love it. At the end there is no Devil Dinosaur anymore? Now we are auditioning replacements? I don't know how I feel about this. I hope that the next one is better. This is one of my favorite graphics.

  • Krista

    I love these characters, but this volume was whackadoo. Sometimes rhe writing felt disjointed. And Lunella's big decision just comes out of nowhere and doesn't make any sense.

    I really hope the next volume is better.

  • Xanthe

    It finally happened. My four-year-old daughter noticed that there was a DINOSAUR on the cover of these graphic novels and they are now HERS. She doesn't care about the story, is moderately interested in Lunella because of her relationship to Devil Dinosaur, and is not interested in sharing these with her brother who actually wants to

    them. As for me, I found this volume to have the most jumbled and hard to follow plotlines thus far, with some space-travels, time-travels, X-Men, Daredevil, a

    It finally happened. My four-year-old daughter noticed that there was a DINOSAUR on the cover of these graphic novels and they are now HERS. She doesn't care about the story, is moderately interested in Lunella because of her relationship to Devil Dinosaur, and is not interested in sharing these with her brother who actually wants to

    them. As for me, I found this volume to have the most jumbled and hard to follow plotlines thus far, with some space-travels, time-travels, X-Men, Daredevil, alternate universes, and I'm sure I'm leaving something out. I still love Lunella and admire her brains, but this one was a bit of a mess. However, as long as there are plenty of pictures of dinosaurs, we'll continue being charmed.

  • Alison

    I have mixed feelings about this volume because I really love these characters, but I wasn't a fan of this story arc. Her decision at the end of the volume (the last two issues) came out of nowhere, and it didn't make sense to me. The main story line for this volume also felt like it took too long to wrap-up, it definitely could have been told in fewer issues.

    I have higher hopes for the next story arc because I think it's pretty likely there will be a happy reunion.

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]

    Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur...no more? A trip across the galaxy turns into an interdimensional voyage that pits Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur against Girl-Moon, and Devil Girl and Moon Dinosaur - yes, seriously.

    I wonder if this was one of those 'we came up with the names before the story' kind of deal, because this arc's a little disjointed. Lunella heading off-planet to save someone isn't too out of this world, but the trip to Ego and then to the parallel dimension do

    [Read as single issues]

    Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur...no more? A trip across the galaxy turns into an interdimensional voyage that pits Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur against Girl-Moon, and Devil Girl and Moon Dinosaur - yes, seriously.

    I wonder if this was one of those 'we came up with the names before the story' kind of deal, because this arc's a little disjointed. Lunella heading off-planet to save someone isn't too out of this world, but the trip to Ego and then to the parallel dimension don't really seem that related to each other. They do expose Lunella to some good parallels that help her grow as a person, but it seems like a stretch to get to these positions.

    And then there's the ultimate decision that Lunella makes at the end of the story, which didn't sit right with me at all. I thought it'd be a quick reverse, but from interviews and such it doesn't seem like it, which makes me sad. I'm hoping there's a larger plan in place here. Please.

    Series artist Natacha Bustos draws the majority of this arc, with a few fill-in pages later in the story from an array of close copies. I do feel like there were a few issues here that were much shorter, as if they were missing a few pages. Issue 24 especially felt like it should have been longer.

    I'm conflicted about this one. On the one hand, it's more Moon Girl being Moon Girl. But on the other, it doesn't look like things are going to be happy again any time soon.

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