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With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list with a bang...but no one’s ready for the shocking secret force that’s heading straight for the ‘Janes! THE END OF SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on o With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list with a bang...but no one’s ready for the shocking secret force that’s heading straight for the ‘Janes! THE END OF SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list with a bang! For April, that’s getting her very last Lumberjanes’ badge for the perfect, most completed sash the world has ever known. Jo and Ripley head into a vortex and over to the Land of Lost Things for one last farewell with Ripley’s dinosaur bestie, Jonesy. And Mal and Molly? Well, they mostly want to spend just a little bit more time together. But no one’s ready for the shocking secret force that’s heading straight for the ‘Janes! The team of Kat Leyh and Shannon Watters present the biggest Lumberjanes story ever, as Friendship Goes To A New Max! Collects Lumberjanes #73-74.


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With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list with a bang...but no one’s ready for the shocking secret force that’s heading straight for the ‘Janes! THE END OF SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on o With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list with a bang...but no one’s ready for the shocking secret force that’s heading straight for the ‘Janes! THE END OF SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! With the end of summer coming up soon, Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list with a bang! For April, that’s getting her very last Lumberjanes’ badge for the perfect, most completed sash the world has ever known. Jo and Ripley head into a vortex and over to the Land of Lost Things for one last farewell with Ripley’s dinosaur bestie, Jonesy. And Mal and Molly? Well, they mostly want to spend just a little bit more time together. But no one’s ready for the shocking secret force that’s heading straight for the ‘Janes! The team of Kat Leyh and Shannon Watters present the biggest Lumberjanes story ever, as Friendship Goes To A New Max! Collects Lumberjanes #73-74.

30 review for Lumberjanes Vol. 19: A Summer to Remember

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paloma orejuda (Pevima)

    Pues... para ser el final esperaba algo más emotivo, pero no ha estado mal del todo. **Alerta Spoiler!! Se terminó el verano y es hora de despedirse... Me gustó que aparecieran todos los personajes y que más o menos participaran en la batalla final. Me encantaron April y Ripley, ellas son mis Lumberjanes favoritas. Me gustó la forma natural en la que tienen de enseñar valores y hablar de temas en los que todavía nos queda mucho que avanzar (porque en la vida real no es tan fácil como lo pintan). No Pues... para ser el final esperaba algo más emotivo, pero no ha estado mal del todo. **Alerta Spoiler!! Se terminó el verano y es hora de despedirse... Me gustó que aparecieran todos los personajes y que más o menos participaran en la batalla final. Me encantaron April y Ripley, ellas son mis Lumberjanes favoritas. Me gustó la forma natural en la que tienen de enseñar valores y hablar de temas en los que todavía nos queda mucho que avanzar (porque en la vida real no es tan fácil como lo pintan). No me gustó que fuera todo tan apresurado. Tampoco los cambios de dibujante, los entiendo y tal, pero algunos como que me rompían la harmonía. En fin 3 estrellas sobre 5 porque fue un final de historia un tanto flojo. **Popsugar 2021 categoría 36. Un libro que tiene menos de 1,000 reseñas en Amazon o Goodreads (o cualquier otra página).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    It's the end of summer, and the 'Janes have one last thing to do before they leave. But...all their last things are different. So they'll have to...gasp...split up!? I'm kind of bummed that this volume and the final one aren't bundled together since this is really only two issues worth of material (even if issue 73 is extra-sized). It's a fun little romp around the woods that features all the Lumberjanes' greatest hits like the Bear Woman, the dinosaur dimension, the mermaids, the yetis, and one It's the end of summer, and the 'Janes have one last thing to do before they leave. But...all their last things are different. So they'll have to...gasp...split up!? I'm kind of bummed that this volume and the final one aren't bundled together since this is really only two issues worth of material (even if issue 73 is extra-sized). It's a fun little romp around the woods that features all the Lumberjanes' greatest hits like the Bear Woman, the dinosaur dimension, the mermaids, the yetis, and one final (familiar-looking) big bad that gives us the first cliffhanger ending between trades that I can remember. The artwork's a bit slap-dash, though. Lumberjanes has never really thrived on realism, but the realms of perspective really get stretched here by Kat Leyh's visuals, and some panels feel like they're a little unfinished. One more to go, 'Janes. Let's hope it's a good one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amanda [Novel Addiction]

    Is the summer really almost over?!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Freya

    Review to come :)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This was a SUPER scattered volume, I get what the writers were trying to do, but the reading experience makes it feel like it's all over the place. Hopefully they can get on the same page to produce a cohesive end of summer volume. This was a SUPER scattered volume, I get what the writers were trying to do, but the reading experience makes it feel like it's all over the place. Hopefully they can get on the same page to produce a cohesive end of summer volume.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emily Rundle

    Let it be known that I do recognize that this is a transitional volume, the "beginning of the end", but compared to every other volume, this one fell a little short in my eyes. I like that the girls are each trying to do something that they wanted to do all summer long, but with that said it just felt too scattered. There was too much going on at once, no one's adventure really stuck out or felt new or interesting. I feel like Molly and Jo were just sort of "there" and in a volume trying to high Let it be known that I do recognize that this is a transitional volume, the "beginning of the end", but compared to every other volume, this one fell a little short in my eyes. I like that the girls are each trying to do something that they wanted to do all summer long, but with that said it just felt too scattered. There was too much going on at once, no one's adventure really stuck out or felt new or interesting. I feel like Molly and Jo were just sort of "there" and in a volume trying to highlight every girl, they were sidelined. By trying to get all the girls' plans in, it felt too busy for the big climax reveal to even land. It left me feeling like it wasn't even a real cliffhanger because despite the promise of doom, we just don't see enough or know enough to feel like it's a major threat. I'm hoping that volume 20 can ramp up the drama a bit, because this just wasn't enough to get me excited about the end of summer.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brad McKenna

    I still love the characters but it feels as though they're floundering to the end. This volume seems to be bringing back people just for the sake of wrapping things up. The trickster fox, the mer-people, and the Yetis show up with varying degrees of relevance. I do like how April finished getting all the badges but it made me wonder when she had time, what with all the adventuring she's done this summer. The artwork doesn't work as well as the original artist. And that got me thinking, what happ I still love the characters but it feels as though they're floundering to the end. This volume seems to be bringing back people just for the sake of wrapping things up. The trickster fox, the mer-people, and the Yetis show up with varying degrees of relevance. I do like how April finished getting all the badges but it made me wonder when she had time, what with all the adventuring she's done this summer. The artwork doesn't work as well as the original artist. And that got me thinking, what happened to their catch-phrase "What the Junk?" They haven't used it in many volumes. I think this volume got so low a rating because the first few volumes set the bar so high. I did enjoy this one but not as much as the earlier once.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alisha

    The end of summer is almost here - that means it's the end of camp! Jo, Mal, Molly, April, and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list. For April, it's getting her last badge for the most completed sash ever. Jo and Ripley head into a vortex to the Land of Lost Things for one last farewell to Ripley's dinosaur, Jonesy. And Mal and Molly, they mostly just want to spend time together. Collects Lumberjanes #73-74. A part of me is not ready for the Lumberja The end of summer is almost here - that means it's the end of camp! Jo, Mal, Molly, April, and Ripley decide to go on one last adventure each, finishing up their summer to-do list. For April, it's getting her last badge for the most completed sash ever. Jo and Ripley head into a vortex to the Land of Lost Things for one last farewell to Ripley's dinosaur, Jonesy. And Mal and Molly, they mostly just want to spend time together. Collects Lumberjanes #73-74. A part of me is not ready for the Lumberjanes to end, but the other part of me knows summer can't go on forever!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Abigail Pankau

    It’s almost the end of summer and the Lumberjanes want to do one final thing each - April wants to get the final badge so that her sash is complete, Jo joins Ripley in the Land of Lost Things to say goodbye to Jonesy, and Mal wants to have a last perfect day with Molly. But there is something sinister in the woods that they are going to have to face before the end of the summer. A very fun volume that really showcases each Jane, and sets up the big story for the final volume. Looking forward to It’s almost the end of summer and the Lumberjanes want to do one final thing each - April wants to get the final badge so that her sash is complete, Jo joins Ripley in the Land of Lost Things to say goodbye to Jonesy, and Mal wants to have a last perfect day with Molly. But there is something sinister in the woods that they are going to have to face before the end of the summer. A very fun volume that really showcases each Jane, and sets up the big story for the final volume. Looking forward to seeing how the story is going to end.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    Another really cute volume of Lumberjanes. The series is starting to wind down so we get a look at all the girls kind of tying up their loose ends and doing one last thing they've been meaning to do all summer. I liked how we got to spend some time individually with each girl and then also still see them get together in a group as well. Looks like there will be at least one more volume because they've got at least one last crisis to solve. I'll definitely miss this series when it's gone. Another really cute volume of Lumberjanes. The series is starting to wind down so we get a look at all the girls kind of tying up their loose ends and doing one last thing they've been meaning to do all summer. I liked how we got to spend some time individually with each girl and then also still see them get together in a group as well. Looks like there will be at least one more volume because they've got at least one last crisis to solve. I'll definitely miss this series when it's gone.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    It’s rather sad to think of Lumberjanes coming to an end, but if it is, it’s going to give us the characters being who they are in all the best ways we love, some mysterious adventures, and just a ton of feel-good fun.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Ranger

    This was another great volume full of fun and funny lumberjane antics. The action (especially in chapter 74) was fast-paced and kept me wanting to read more right up to the cliff-hanger ending. I can't wait to read the next volume! I highly recommend this volume and this great graphic novel series. This was another great volume full of fun and funny lumberjane antics. The action (especially in chapter 74) was fast-paced and kept me wanting to read more right up to the cliff-hanger ending. I can't wait to read the next volume! I highly recommend this volume and this great graphic novel series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    BJ

    I liked aspects of this, but most of it felt like setting the stage for the epic finale, which means in a collection of the editions, this is mostly filler. I did like the April subplot, but it wrapped up way too quickly for me.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mage Nava Sanchez

    El final!!! Lloré!!! Extrañaré muchisimo este campamento

  15. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    3.5 stars. Will be so sad when this series is over.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Flavia

    This was fun.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kaiti

    😭 It's almost over. One volume left. I am really fond of this series. It's had some mediocre chapters but overall it's a really fun series. 😭 It's almost over. One volume left. I am really fond of this series. It's had some mediocre chapters but overall it's a really fun series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Bartos

    This one was shorter than the other volumes, capping at 2 chapters rather than the usual 4, but I understand the need to extend the story in another volume to hit that even 20. This one was very cute, and I'm so glad we got to see a little more of Barney. I'm sad there's only one more volume to go. This one was shorter than the other volumes, capping at 2 chapters rather than the usual 4, but I understand the need to extend the story in another volume to hit that even 20. This one was very cute, and I'm so glad we got to see a little more of Barney. I'm sad there's only one more volume to go.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alissa

    Wow. I never thought I'd give a 'Janes book such a low rating (because I love this series), but the plot of this volume was so all over the place it completely lost me. I'm not sure the authors even spoke to each other while writing it. So very Exquisite Corpse, and not in a fun or funny way. I only hope for a strong finish. Because anything less is unthinkable. Wow. I never thought I'd give a 'Janes book such a low rating (because I love this series), but the plot of this volume was so all over the place it completely lost me. I'm not sure the authors even spoke to each other while writing it. So very Exquisite Corpse, and not in a fun or funny way. I only hope for a strong finish. Because anything less is unthinkable.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Chris Dailey

  21. 5 out of 5

    Khine

  22. 4 out of 5

    Irene

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ash

  24. 5 out of 5

    Micah

  25. 4 out of 5

    Johanna

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jenn The Unicorn

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Harvey

  28. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Erin Barnes

  30. 4 out of 5

    Thebeagee

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