Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks

Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks

The Lumberjanes short stories collected for the first time in paperback! Join April, Jo, Mal, Molly and Ripley as they explore their all-girls camp. From ghost ponies to strange plants, these Lumberjanes are ready to take on anything that comes their way as long as they have each other. With stories written by Eisner Award-winner Faith Erin Hicks, and New York Times bestse...

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Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks Reviews

  • Lukas Holmes

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volume and do so, so seamlessly, that you've written a good story with great characters.

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab these sort of issues when they come out, so I was really happy to see they made a collection of all of them together.

    The issues included are: Beyond Bay Leaf, Makin’ The Ghost of It, Spinxhes and Riddles and Wishe

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab these sort of issues when they come out, so I was really happy to see they made a collection of all of them together.

    The issues included are: Beyond Bay Leaf, Makin’ The Ghost of It, Spinxhes and Riddles and Wishes Oh My!, Faire and Square, and Las Estrellas Del Campo: Edicion Lumberjanes. Every issue has its own set of guest authors and artists, which is pretty cool; unless you don’t like change.

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  • Maygin at Not Quite a Literary Critique

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where

    left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If you've enjoyed Lumberjanes, check this out. If you haven't read Lumberjanes, no worries! For the most part, you'd understand everything that happens in this series (there's one exception,

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where

    left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If you've enjoyed Lumberjanes, check this out. If you haven't read Lumberjanes, no worries! For the most part, you'd understand everything that happens in this series (there's one exception,

  • Jennifer

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading.

  • Nick

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories were a lot of fun. Holly Black, Faith Erin Hicks, Jen Wang, Kelly Thompson and Gabby Rivera had a lot of creative energy to put into these stories. My personal favorite was the Holly Black tale, a fun and weird ta

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories were a lot of fun. Holly Black, Faith Erin Hicks, Jen Wang, Kelly Thompson and Gabby Rivera had a lot of creative energy to put into these stories. My personal favorite was the Holly Black tale, a fun and weird tale of dinosaurs, Robin Hood and Ren Faires in the middle of nowhere. The others weren't far behind, though, and I will be recommending this to a lot of kids over time.

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon.

    We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, for those keeping count). This is probably the strongest story collected, with Ripley and the gang splitting up to take part in a lifelong feud between those ghost ponies I mentioned and a cree

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon.

    We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, for those keeping count). This is probably the strongest story collected, with Ripley and the gang splitting up to take part in a lifelong feud between those ghost ponies I mentioned and a creepy demon wolf lady. Ripley's awe at literally everything is infectiously cute, as always.

    Makin' The Ghost Of It seems like a good Lumberjanes story right up until the end where it gets a scientific explanation which sticks out in 'Janes canon since usually the supernatural answer is the right one (even if it's not in the way we think). The art's pretty solid here though, I'd be curious to see Christine Norrie on the main series at some point.

    Faire And Square is fun, and fits nicely into the ongoing series continuity with the dinosaurs and the dimensional portals and stuff, but feels a bit wrote at this point in terms of character development. And then Las Estrellas Del Campo and Sphinxes, Riddles, and Wishes, Oh My! are both short and sweet.

    The lack of a connecting thread between these stories hurts them a little, since it feels a bit jumbled, and the quality does change between stories, but overall the collection is still fun, and any hardcore Lumberjanes fan will eat this up, I'm sure.

  • Britt

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home!

  • Matt Glaviano

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes!

    Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were.

    Still, a great way to spend a day.

  • Kelly K

    2.5 stars.

    Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery.

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