Lumberjanes: Campfire Songs

Lumberjanes: Campfire Songs Review

Collects Lumberjanes: A Midsummer Night’s Scheme, Lumberjanes: Somewhere That’s Green, and more!

CRYPTIDS, AND KITTENS, AND COSTUMES, OH, MY!

Neither rain nor heat nor mischievous faeries can put a damper on the fun at Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types! 

Jo, April, Molly, Mal, and Ripley are helping throw a huge, mid-summer costume bash with the rest of the Lumberjane scouts, but the decorations, snacks, and supplies keep going missing, thanks to some pesky faeries!

Then, the Roanoke scouts have been cooped up inside FOREVER in the biggest rainstorm of the summer, but when a litter of mysterious, spiky green kittens wash up on their doorstep, it's up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get the kittens back home again (even though Ripley would really like to keep them, obviously!).

Lumberjanes co-creators Shannon Watters and Brooklyn Allen, along with Brittney Williams (Goldie Vance), Seanan McGuire (Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider), and more present all the fun summer stories—and kittens!—that prove the perfect time and place is always with your best friends.

Collects Lumberjanes: A Midsummer Night’s Scheme, Lumberjanes: Somewhere That’s Green, and more!

Title:Lumberjanes: Campfire Songs
Edition Language:English

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    Lumberjanes: Campfire Songs Reviews

  • Nadina

    These were pretty cute stories. I liked these additional stories and they were fun. It was nice to have some stories that are outside the main storyline....

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Campfire Songs collects some Lumberjanes one-shots, as well as some back-up stories from their 50th issue into a little bundle of delight.We open on A Midsummer Night's Scheme, written by Nicole Andel...

  • Alicia

    Always delightful I almost didn't borrow this one from Hoopla but I'm glad I did. The Midsummer Night's theme and the fairies as well as the green world where the mother wanted to keep them and all of...

  • Cale

    These Lumberjanes one-offs are nice but slight; not doing much to advance the characters or relationships, but still having fun with them in different forms. A themed party causes arguments that are o...

  • Jennifer Ranger

    This was a good addition to the Lumberjanes series of graphic novels. The characters felt real and the action kept the plot of the various stories moving along. Although this wasn't the best volume in...

  • sallanvaara

    The stories were kinda meh and pretty disjointed, and I didn't really love the art styles in this one either. Still a solid Lumberjanes collection, but not among my favourites. (I only realised after ...

  • Terry

    Awesome as alwaysThe Lumberjanes deploy, as always, their superpowers of compassion, friendship, and understanding, to solve the inevitable internal and external conflicts that play part of life. Good...

  • Sylvia

    Loved these little one-off stories and the art that went with them. I found it to be more of the art with details, rather than the ones that look a little more rough around the edges. And Ripley, she ...

  • Alisha

    A collection of shorter Lumberjane stories.Some stories I had read before but they seemed to have slightly different art style. A few stories near the end that I hadn't. Still enjoyed it at as always....

  • Chelsea

    Cute mini stories! But one of them completely changed the appearance of one of the girls and I’m not a fan. Also the costumes they were wearing for that same story didn’t seem to fit their persona...