Check, Please! (Check, Please!, #1-2)
Helloooo, Internet Land. Bitty here!Y’all... I might not be ready for this. I may be a former junior figure skating champion, vlogger extraordinaire, and very talented amateur pâtissier, but being a freshman on the Samwell University hockey team is a whole new challenge. It’s nothing like co-ed club hockey back in Georgia! First of all? There’s checking. And then, there is Jack—our very attractive but moody captain.A collection of the first half of the megapopular webcomic series of the same name, Check, Please!: #Hockey is the first book of a hilarious and stirring two-volume coming-of-age story about hockey, bros, and trying to find yourself during the best four years of your life.

Check, Please! (Check, Please!, #1-2) Details

TitleCheck, Please! (Check, Please!, #1-2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseSep 18th, 2018
PublisherFirst Second
ISBN-139781250177957
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Lgbt, Young Adult, Sports and Games, Sports

Check, Please! (Check, Please!, #1-2) Review

  • Lola
    January 1, 1970
    PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. I know this is not much of a review so far, but hell if I’ll keep my emotions bottled inside. The truth is, this is really an amazing graphic novel. It was originally a webcomic – one of the most popular ones on Kickstarter and I’ PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. PERFECT. I know this is not much of a review so far, but hell if I’ll keep my emotions bottled inside. The truth is, this is really an amazing graphic novel. It was originally a webcomic – one of the most popular ones on Kickstarter and I’m so delighted it was picked to be traditionally published. Book stores need this book. Libraries need this book. Schools need this book. YOU need this book in your room. I swear, this is the type of story that I’m going to turn to every time I feel under-the-weather and need some cheering up.You can’t help but root for Eric Bittle. He’s a closeted gay kid who is just starting university as a freshman. Not only that, but he’s been accepted in the varsity hockey team – him, a former figure skater. He’s outgoing and shy, a jock and a baker, single but ready to mingle. I could not get enough of him and the rest of these characters. There is not one single two-dimensional team player in this hockey group. I’m honestly disheartened to see some of these guys departing. Since this book spans over two years, there are logically certain characters graduating, which is both saddening and wonderful, but I’m sure we’ll see cameos from them in future volumes.I really have nothing bad to say about this book. It captures all the right moments. It’s realistic, original, interesting, romantic at times and so very gay (if you’ll forgive the pun). I’m always excited about reading about university life because my own is not that exciting haha, so I have to experience vicariously through such stories. I can’t wait, can’t wait, can’t wait, can’t wait for the next book. More Bitty! More Jack! More Bick (???) More hockey games (can’t believe I actually care about the sport). And more camaraderie! Please. Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google+ | Bloglovin’
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  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    January 1, 1970
    Heckin’ CUTE. Shitty is my fav and reminds me so much of my bb McGraw from Giant Days. 10/10 do recommend
  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    I love love love this 😍 ...big surprise
  • Hollis
    January 1, 1970
    THIS IS THE CUTEST SWEETEST SOFTEST FUNNIEST MOST PRECIOUS THING AND I HAVE ALL THE FEELS.ps I read the webcomic via the author's website but fully intend to buy upon release because duh.
  • Melanie
    January 1, 1970
    This ARC was given to me by my beautiful friend Lilly from Lair of Books! (Thank you so much! I love you!) Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch
  • Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘
    January 1, 1970
    THAT LOOKS SO DAMN GOOD, THANK YOU HOLLIS FOR THE REC!!! (ONE OF THESE DAYS I'M GONNA NEED TO ASK MYSELF WHY EXACTLY I'M WRITING ALL MY PREREVIEWS IN CAPS, BUT TODAY IS NOT THAT DAY, CLEARLY)
  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    **I RECEIVED AN EBOOK COPY OF THIS FROM NETGALLEY IN EXCHANGE FOR A REVIEW** Do you like any of the following things: nice people, good characters, pies, DAT HOCKEY BUTT, Beyonce, nicknames, alluring storylines, webcomics, French Canadians with crazy blue eyes and no obvious emotions, small Southerners who can do jumps and anxiety bake, girls who hold their own against the bros, bros being bros, bros being brothers, and hockey? Scratch that, you don't have to like any of those things to read thi **I RECEIVED AN EBOOK COPY OF THIS FROM NETGALLEY IN EXCHANGE FOR A REVIEW** Do you like any of the following things: nice people, good characters, pies, DAT HOCKEY BUTT, Beyonce, nicknames, alluring storylines, webcomics, French Canadians with crazy blue eyes and no obvious emotions, small Southerners who can do jumps and anxiety bake, girls who hold their own against the bros, bros being bros, bros being brothers, and hockey? Scratch that, you don't have to like any of those things to read this book but once you do, you will LOVE them. Honestly, Ngozi's work changed my life. I will recommend this book to all of my friends. It was an honor to be able to write a review.
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  • Hazel (Stay Bookish)
    January 1, 1970
    HANDS DOWN ONE OF MY FAVORITE YA GRAPHIC NOVELS I'VE EVER READ. I LOVE MY HOCKEY BUTTS *AHEM* BOYS. I adored the Samwell team! I also got hungry for pie. The banter, the vlogs, tweets, the romance, the hockey/haus shenanigans = so much fun!!
  • Laura (bbliophile)
    January 1, 1970
    *takes a deep breath* I LOVED THIS SO MUCH LIKE SO SO MUCH AND BITTY IS MY NEW FAVORITE CHARACTER HE IS SO SOFT AND LOVELY AND I WANT TO BE HIS FRIEND AND BAKE PIES WITH HIM AND WHO KNEW I COULD CARE ABOUT HOCKEY THIS MUCH??? AAAAH I LOOOOOVED THIS
  • ALEXA
    January 1, 1970
    So. Freaking. Adorable. I really liked the art style, and I thought the story was so cute! It was so easy to like Bitty from the start, and seeing his interactions with the team and how their relationships develop was so cute. I did find it a touch confusing to get into initially and the pace is really quick, but it was fun to read and I’m looking forward to the second book!
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  • Christina Marie
    January 1, 1970
    THIS WAS SUCH A WONDERFUL STORY! I love a good graphic novel! But I also loved every element of this story. It was funny, clever, and just interesting to me. I’m not a hockey person, but I love a good sports story. I also love a good LGBTQ+ sport romance. And while that’s not the main focus of the story, it presents the perfect balance.I need more!
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  • Christy
    January 1, 1970
    Easily one of the best things you’ll read in your life AND HOW COULD SHE LEAVE US AT THE END LIKE THATOk, everyone said this graphic novel was basically the cutest thing ever but NOTHING will prepare you for how cute it is. Nothing.What happens when a figure skater with an infinity for pie joins his college hockey team? Well, of course he:1. Learns that beautiful ice dancing is a tad different than body slamming, teeth jostling hockey. But he’s up for the challenge…mostly.2. Figures out that he Easily one of the best things you’ll read in your life AND HOW COULD SHE LEAVE US AT THE END LIKE THATOk, everyone said this graphic novel was basically the cutest thing ever but NOTHING will prepare you for how cute it is. Nothing.What happens when a figure skater with an infinity for pie joins his college hockey team? Well, of course he:1. Learns that beautiful ice dancing is a tad different than body slamming, teeth jostling hockey. But he’s up for the challenge…mostly.2. Figures out that he can bake in even the grossest man-boy hangouts.3. Vlogs. And it’s freaking adorable. I would follow that channel.4. Falls in love.I finished this book on the beach and I was practically showing everyone around me. LOOK AT THIS BOOK. READ IT. BUY IT. MARINATE IN IT. Because it is perfect. There is so much heart in this book as well as a bunch of laughs. Whose ready to go to a hockey game?
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  • Sarah K
    January 1, 1970
    Oh I just loved this!So I finally did it. I finally read a graphic novels and it was so much fun!Eric Bittle (Bitty) who is a figure skater turned hockey player heads to Samwell University for college and to play on their team.Bitty loves to bake and he also does a baking/hockey vlog. He is just an utter delight and I wish he was my real life friend.I love the team dynamics and friendship! They joke around with each other but also have each other’s backs. Bitty is also gay and I love the slow bu Oh I just loved this!So I finally did it. I finally read a graphic novels and it was so much fun!Eric Bittle (Bitty) who is a figure skater turned hockey player heads to Samwell University for college and to play on their team.Bitty loves to bake and he also does a baking/hockey vlog. He is just an utter delight and I wish he was my real life friend.I love the team dynamics and friendship! They joke around with each other but also have each other’s backs. Bitty is also gay and I love the slow burn romance in this book. I need the next book now!If you’re looking for a fun read full of great characters (over the span of 2 college years), definitely “check” out this graphic novel! Note: there is profanity and college drinking.
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  • Chelsey
    January 1, 1970
    Join Bitty as he vlogs through his first two years at Samwell College. He may be the smallest hockey player the team has seen, but man, can he bake a pie! Through crushing checks (and crushed hearts), Bitty's candid commentary will make you squee!I got through most of this as a webcomic before seeing the ARC; I like how the absence of the side stories (like Ransom and Holster's hockey sense) makes the story flow better, but I also didn't really like them all crammed together at the end, sort of Join Bitty as he vlogs through his first two years at Samwell College. He may be the smallest hockey player the team has seen, but man, can he bake a pie! Through crushing checks (and crushed hearts), Bitty's candid commentary will make you squee!I got through most of this as a webcomic before seeing the ARC; I like how the absence of the side stories (like Ransom and Holster's hockey sense) makes the story flow better, but I also didn't really like them all crammed together at the end, sort of as an afterthought. Also, the final section (Bitty's Tweets) didn't come through on the galley; hopefully this will be fixed in the printed final version. The story, however, is great and is hugely accurate to the rabid fandom of the hockey world. The highest praise I have for this comic is that it has caused MULTIPLE friends of mine to become hockey fans (I have been a rabid hockey fan my entire life, and I couldn't convince them!). Thank you, Ngozi!*I received this as an e-galley from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review.
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  • Adriana (SaltyBadgerBooks)
    January 1, 1970
    I was lucky enough to score an ARC from the Fierce Reads tent at YALLWEST in CA.For starters... I thought it was so friggin adorable!I FRIGGIN LOVE IT! And I am 100% here for this! I was not aware until after reading it that it was a webcomic first. What is important is that I have read it and I loved it and you all should too!I will 100% be purchasing a copy of this graphic novel! I loved Bitty, and I mean c'mon a gay hockey player?! There was also a ton of cussing because heeeellleerrrr colleg I was lucky enough to score an ARC from the Fierce Reads tent at YALLWEST in CA.For starters... I thought it was so friggin adorable!I FRIGGIN LOVE IT! And I am 100% here for this! I was not aware until after reading it that it was a webcomic first. What is important is that I have read it and I loved it and you all should too!I will 100% be purchasing a copy of this graphic novel! I loved Bitty, and I mean c'mon a gay hockey player?! There was also a ton of cussing because heeeellleerrrr college boys!
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  • Stacy Fetters
    January 1, 1970
    I wasn’t expecting this to hit me the way it did, but wow. The art is fantastic and the story is even better. I flew through this with the biggest smile on my face. Ugh, I’m such a hockey nerd. I’m so bummed that Hockey season is over and this is a great way to get your hockey fix in without witnessing your team bite the dust. While sitting in on the authors panel, I didn’t know that this was a webcomic. Now I must go hunt this down to continue the story of Bitty and his true love of Hockey, bak I wasn’t expecting this to hit me the way it did, but wow. The art is fantastic and the story is even better. I flew through this with the biggest smile on my face. Ugh, I’m such a hockey nerd. I’m so bummed that Hockey season is over and this is a great way to get your hockey fix in without witnessing your team bite the dust. While sitting in on the authors panel, I didn’t know that this was a webcomic. Now I must go hunt this down to continue the story of Bitty and his true love of Hockey, baking, and Jack.
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  • Paige
    January 1, 1970
    Obviously I've read the online comic on Tumblr, but when I found out this was being put out in a printed/bound volume I was so excited! It's interesting reading it in a different form and being able to flick through the pages much faster than I can scroll on my computer, but both are equally enjoyable. I absolutely love the way that this was put onto the page. And of course I love the storyline. Can't wait until we get a second volume with all the new stuff that's still coming out.
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  • Sally ☾
    January 1, 1970
    Check, Please! was so damn adorable and soft and hilarious and precious and just so, so gay. Such a lovely story filled with wonderful characters whom I love with all my heart.Did I mention that it's hella gay?Now, all I need is a f/f version of this and I'll be the happiest person on this planet.
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  • Jess
    January 1, 1970
    Bitty, our protag, is your not so stereotypical small, sweet, closeted country boy from small-town Georgia. Bitty is the son of the local high school football coach. Bitty’s a champion figure skater. Bitty has a baking vlog. And Bitty is on his way to his next big adventure - college hockey. One small problem though, Bitty struggles with physical contact and hockey is very much a contact sport.Check, Please! is the story about Bitty coming to accept, and love, who he is. Book 1 follows Bitty thr Bitty, our protag, is your not so stereotypical small, sweet, closeted country boy from small-town Georgia. Bitty is the son of the local high school football coach. Bitty’s a champion figure skater. Bitty has a baking vlog. And Bitty is on his way to his next big adventure - college hockey. One small problem though, Bitty struggles with physical contact and hockey is very much a contact sport.Check, Please! is the story about Bitty coming to accept, and love, who he is. Book 1 follows Bitty through his freshman and sophomore year at Samwell University where Bitty stress bakes, learns the ins and outs of bro’dom with his teammates, befriends a bro named Shitty, and is determined not to let the opinion of team Captain, Jack Laurent Zimmermann, get in his way. Even if Jack is a ~tragic~ shut off hockey legacy who is wholly convinced that Bitty is going to ruin their season.As a side note, perhaps one of the things I love most about Check, Please! is the obvious love this story is made with. This is a coming out story. But its also a story that takes the toxic heteronormative culture of sports and inverts it into this light, feel-good story. There is angst, sure, but it’s not the angst you typically read in LGBT sports fiction. There's a guaranteed happy ending coming for all our boys. This is a feel-good story. You will smile. You will laugh. You will root for all these crazy hockey bros. And you’re going to watch Bitty, Shitty, and Jack grow into something you don’t really see a lot in this genre.Book 1 covers Bitty’s freshman and sophomore year with additional bonus content at the end and a full log of all of Bitty's Tweets. Check, Please! is the story for you if you like: heartfelt coming of age/coming out stories, bro’s being bro’s, feel-good funny stories, stories about social media, realistic depictions of anxiety and healing, enemies to lovers stories, and rooting for the underdog.You can find this review and additional thoughts on my blog.Thank you to First Second Books for providing me with this ARC in exchange for an honest review!
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  • julia ☆ [owls reads]
    January 1, 1970
    5 stars!* “Eat more protein.” Check, Please!: #Hockey is a lighthearted and delightful comic about hockey, friendship, college life, and love! There is so much cuteness and emotion in each and every panel of this story, from well developed characters to chirping to a slow build kind of romance that is as sweet as Bitty’s pies. Every single thing about Check, Please! is amazing!Ngozi Ukazu has created such a wonderful world with Samwell University. The introduction and development of each and e 5 stars!* “Eat more protein.” Check, Please!: #Hockey is a lighthearted and delightful comic about hockey, friendship, college life, and love! There is so much cuteness and emotion in each and every panel of this story, from well developed characters to chirping to a slow build kind of romance that is as sweet as Bitty’s pies. Every single thing about Check, Please! is amazing!Ngozi Ukazu has created such a wonderful world with Samwell University. The introduction and development of each and every character is done so seamlessly and with so much humor you can’t help but be charmed. The hockey primers, extra comics, and tweets are the icing on an already delicious pie. There is nothing about this that I don’t love, omg y’all.This has been such a fun read. I started reading Check, Please back when it was still on Tumblr, so to have it as an ARC and read the first two years of Bitty’s Samwell life in one go is such a treat! There’s so much development through each and every panel and I love how Ngozi builds Bitty’s life and relationships. I also love love love the way she deals with difficult topics like homophobia and anxiety. It’s done so in a very serious way, but never so it attacks the overall happy atmosphere of the comic.Each and every single character here is gold. They’re so complex and layered and funny. Bitty is, most of the time, the narrative voice that gets the story going, but all of Samwell’s Hockey Team shines through the comic. Jack, Shitty, Lardo, Ransom and Holster, Dex, Nursey, our bb Chowder. They all have something unique to them and for us to love.The very very super slow build relationship between Bits and Jack is probably my favorite thing. They have a not-so-great start, but slowly they come to know each other and become friends. That slow shift of their relationship and feelings is done so well and their interactions turn from tense to incredibly sweet. And the ending, combined with all the extra comics and tweets, omg!Check, Please!: #Hockey is a breath of fresh air. It’s funny, sweet, and hooks you right from the start. The art, the characters, the story, the relationships, everything is so well done and absolutely lovely. Definitely recommend this to all hockey fans, comic fans, and people looking for positive queer representation that focuses way more on the happy parts of life. :D*ARC provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Vicky Who Reads
    January 1, 1970
    5 starsOMG THIS IS SO CUTE EVERYONE READ IT I LOVE THEM ALL why did I not know about this sooner WHO DIDN'T TELL ME ABOUT THIS IT'S ADORABLEI ended up binging the entire webcomic that's available online too because I'm a greedy person and NOW I JUST WANT MORE damn u webcomics why u gotta be so good but they're!!! all!!! so!!! adorable!!! also, pies and respectful sports culture--yassssnow I have to wait for vol. 2 :(((
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  • Sam
    January 1, 1970
    Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC!I didn't even know I needed Check Please! in my life until I started reading it. It was a webcomic that I saw being discussed over on Cece @ ProblemsofaBookNerd's channel, and every time she mentioned it, the more intrigued I was. Hockey? Baked goods? Vlogging? What more can you ask for?Eric "Bitty" Bittle is the smallest player on his college hockey team. He's also openly gay, and kinda sorta maybe has the hots for Jack, a French-Canadian teammate. The r Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC!I didn't even know I needed Check Please! in my life until I started reading it. It was a webcomic that I saw being discussed over on Cece @ ProblemsofaBookNerd's channel, and every time she mentioned it, the more intrigued I was. Hockey? Baked goods? Vlogging? What more can you ask for?Eric "Bitty" Bittle is the smallest player on his college hockey team. He's also openly gay, and kinda sorta maybe has the hots for Jack, a French-Canadian teammate. The romance between the two is SO DARLING. It is so cute, and I love how organic it feels in the story. Eric and Jack are just so awkward and sweet! I kept rooting for them from start to finish even though yes, I knew they would end up together. THAT'S NOT THE POINT. POINT IS IS LOVED IT, OKAY?!I also adored the artwork, and just how well-researched it is. anytime hockey is discussed I just found myself being like "I KNOW WHAT THAT IS!" or "I know who they are talking about!" I recognize how silly that may sound, but I love learning about sports even if I don't necessarily like playing them. I also loved any section of the story that focused on Eric and his former figure-skating career! Those panels are so pretty!I honestly can gush forever about Check Please! and honestly I am so excited to have discovered this comic series. I cannot wait for the next part to be bundled together just so I scan squeal at the top of my lungs over just how freakin' cute it is.
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  • Carla Dominguez
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 Adorable!!
  • Melissa Veras
    January 1, 1970
    OH MY GOD, I LOVED I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS
  • TJ
    January 1, 1970
    I followed Check Please! for some time on tumblr before I fell off the wagon, but always planned to come back to it. I’m so glad it’s getting a wide-release physical publication now! I just binged the entire book, which covers the first two years of Bitty’s time in college playing hockey. He’s so cute, and all the other characters are so fun as well! The romance is very slow burn, and it leaves you wanting more instantly. I can’t wait for years 3-4 to be published as well. Ukazu is extremely wit I followed Check Please! for some time on tumblr before I fell off the wagon, but always planned to come back to it. I’m so glad it’s getting a wide-release physical publication now! I just binged the entire book, which covers the first two years of Bitty’s time in college playing hockey. He’s so cute, and all the other characters are so fun as well! The romance is very slow burn, and it leaves you wanting more instantly. I can’t wait for years 3-4 to be published as well. Ukazu is extremely witty, amazing at dialogue, and her art is so adorable. 5/5 Stars!
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  • Rod Brown
    January 1, 1970
    OMG! Totally adorable!Sweet southerner Eric "Bitty" Bittle vlogs about his jump from figure skating in high school to playing hockey at a New England college. Oh, and pies, because he's a compulsive baker.The five-page chapters are fun and humorous, and the last three leave you begging for the next volume. This is the best Goodreads Giveaway I've ever won, and I just put it on the next book order for the library where I work.
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  • Lilly (Lair Of Books)
    January 1, 1970
    Sooo friggin cute!!! The feels are real with this one and now I need all things Check Please! related cause I need more Bitty and Haus stories like yesterday haha! RTC on Lair Of Books (Link is in the bio) 🖤
  • Abi (The Knights Who Say Book)
    January 1, 1970
    *I received an advance reader copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*When my arc request got no response, I figured I wasn't going to get it and just read the comic as it is online. But then my request got accepted. So naturally I used it as an excuse to reread and ended up bumping my rating from 4 stars to 5 stars \_(ツ)_/This graphic novel is so wholesome and sweet and funny. As Bitty becomes part of the Samwell hockey team and discovers that beneath their bro-y exteriors lie the be *I received an advance reader copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*When my arc request got no response, I figured I wasn't going to get it and just read the comic as it is online. But then my request got accepted. So naturally I used it as an excuse to reread and ended up bumping my rating from 4 stars to 5 stars ¯\_(ツ)_/¯This graphic novel is so wholesome and sweet and funny. As Bitty becomes part of the Samwell hockey team and discovers that beneath their bro-y exteriors lie the best friends he could ever want, the reader gets to experience the absolute joy that is this team's bond.There's Shitty Knight, who's all for the realization of artistic visions and the support of the whole team; the stoic captain Jack Zimmerman, Bitty's crush, who is struggling with anxiety and his future but slowly reveals himself to be an absolute pile of mush; Ransom and Holster, best friends who aren't afraid to let anyone know it; Lardo, the team manager who can bestow the belch of honor; a theoretically also a goalie named Johnson. Plus some adorable younger players. Basically, it's full of characters who are layered and delightful and you can't know just how much you'll love them until it's over, because they're so good.As far as the adaptation from webcomic to graphic novel goes — it's really great, but I think Ransom and Holster's little slide shows about hockey terms should have been kept slotted between chapters rather than bundled together at the end. After all, the original point of them was to explain hockey terminology as the reader goes along so people who aren't familiar with any of this can read without any confusion. Pushing them to the end kinda defeats the point. However, I do think enough is understandable as context that it's not an actual problem.
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  • Cecelia
    January 1, 1970
    This was HILARIOUS and adorable. I can’t remember the last time I cracked up this much reading a book. Personally, my biggest frustration was with the pacing. I felt like either the chapters needed to be shorter (like snippets of flash fiction) or way longer. So much stuff of the plot was left out, I honestly can’t even tell you what the plot was. I know this originated as a webcomic but the plot needed some work. The characters are all pretty two-dimensional which is a shame because they are al This was HILARIOUS and adorable. I can’t remember the last time I cracked up this much reading a book. Personally, my biggest frustration was with the pacing. I felt like either the chapters needed to be shorter (like snippets of flash fiction) or way longer. So much stuff of the plot was left out, I honestly can’t even tell you what the plot was. I know this originated as a webcomic but the plot needed some work. The characters are all pretty two-dimensional which is a shame because they are all so interesting!!! I would’ve loved more development. Overall, really cute, really crude, and definitely worth my time (actually I read this while waiting in lines at BookCon and it was the PERFECT book for that).
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  • Melanie (bookswritinghappiness)
    January 1, 1970
    06-15-18 | I started reading this webcomic earlier this week and I'm already caught up!! Needless to say, I absolutely love it and I can't wait for more of Year Four and to get a physical copy of this beautiful story <3
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