Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 5
When the Silver Surfer comes to Manhattan with a warning about an ancient cosmic menace on a collision course with Earth, you better listen up! But without the First Family of the Marvel Universe around to answer the call, who's going to step up and solve the impossible? Lunella Lafayette, that's who! Without Devil Dinosaur by her side, Lunella must join forces with some new friends who are missing their pals, too - the Human Torch and the ever-lovin' blue-eyed Thing! You don't want to miss the debut of the Fantastic Three! Galactus and the Silver Surfer certainly won't! COLLECTING: MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR 25-30

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 5 Details

TitleMoon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 5
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 10th, 2018
PublisherMarvel
ISBN-139781302910990
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GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Young Adult, Teen

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 5 Review

  • Ana Rînceanu
    January 1, 1970
    This was okay, but I'm not a fan of the Fantastic Four and the same can be said about anti-smoking PSAs in comics.
  • Terence
    January 1, 1970
    What Imogene writes but (view spoiler)[I'd also add that I think this would have been a better volume if Montclare had focused on Lunella getting back together with Devil Dinosaur. Instead, that's taken care of in one page and a handful of panels. I'd be far more interested in that than the rather insipid and wandering story of Moon Girl trying to work with The Thing and Johnny Storm. (hide spoiler)]
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  • Rick
    January 1, 1970
    What's not to love?! Moon Girl! Human Torch! Thing! Devil Dinosaur! Silver Surfer! Galactus! (view spoiler)[Super Skrull (hide spoiler)]! Yeah, this one's got just about everything except the kitchen sink (flying bathtubs are optional). Moon Girl joins Johnny and Ben to become the Fantastic Three and they're on the look-out for that elusive fourth member (sounds kind of like the Frightful Four after Medusa and Thundra left doesn't it?). Is Eduardo going to make the grade? Read this delightfully What's not to love?! Moon Girl! Human Torch! Thing! Devil Dinosaur! Silver Surfer! Galactus! (view spoiler)[Super Skrull (hide spoiler)]! Yeah, this one's got just about everything except the kitchen sink (flying bathtubs are optional). Moon Girl joins Johnny and Ben to become the Fantastic Three and they're on the look-out for that elusive fourth member (sounds kind of like the Frightful Four after Medusa and Thundra left doesn't it?). Is Eduardo going to make the grade? Read this delightfully fun collection and find out. But be warned: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is highly addictive and stuffy mature readers need not bother.
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  • Imogene
    January 1, 1970
    Admittedly, not my favourite Moon Girl issue. It felt a bit filler-y. Half the fantastic four is mysteriously missing, and Luna is a bit lost, and missing her bbff (biggest, bestest friend forever).The ending was beautiful though, and Luna is still a fantastic hero
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    [Read as single issues]Devil Dinosaur who? After sending Devil back to his own time, Lunella strikes out on her own. But the dimension-devouring Omnipotentis soon forces her back into a team-up, this time with the Thing and Human Torch!This arc seems like it should be really strong, exploring Lunella's attachments to Devil Dinosaur, but instead it just comes across as her complaining for six issues. I know she's what, nine? But even so, she sent her friend home and now she wants everyone to leav [Read as single issues]Devil Dinosaur who? After sending Devil back to his own time, Lunella strikes out on her own. But the dimension-devouring Omnipotentis soon forces her back into a team-up, this time with the Thing and Human Torch!This arc seems like it should be really strong, exploring Lunella's attachments to Devil Dinosaur, but instead it just comes across as her complaining for six issues. I know she's what, nine? But even so, she sent her friend home and now she wants everyone to leave her alone. I sometimes have trouble linking Lunella's actions to her internal dialogue, and this is one of those times.The threat itself is fun, and the evolution of the mystery is pretty well done, as is the art from Natacha Bustos as always, but this is the first time Lunella has really grated on me. Hopefully the next volume will restore my love of her, given how this arc ends.
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  • Josh
    January 1, 1970
    Not the strongest volume in the series, but the inclusion of the Fantastic Four (Two?) makes for an interesting development in the plot. And as Lunella is faced with powerful friends and foes, the is forced to reckon with her own limits and continue finding her place in the Marvel universe. This series continues to be a pleasure to read, and the ending of this volume is one of the more beautiful moments this series has had to offer. Plus, Doom-head is always fun to read! And watching the Thing a Not the strongest volume in the series, but the inclusion of the Fantastic Four (Two?) makes for an interesting development in the plot. And as Lunella is faced with powerful friends and foes, the is forced to reckon with her own limits and continue finding her place in the Marvel universe. This series continues to be a pleasure to read, and the ending of this volume is one of the more beautiful moments this series has had to offer. Plus, Doom-head is always fun to read! And watching the Thing and the Human Torch attempt to rescue a cat from a tree is anything but boring.This series is sweet and fun, and it always leaves me happy that I've read it. And that counts for a lot.
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  • José
    January 1, 1970
    80/100.Me gusta Moon Girl; me gustan los 4 Fantásticos. Una combinación de Lunella, Ben y Johnny era algo que necesitaba y no lo sabía. La rehostia.
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