Birthday Smarty (Lumberjanes, Vol. 15)
The New York Times bestselling graphic novel series continues with the biggest Lumberjanes birthday party yet - that is, if Jo can make it back in time to celebrate!BIRTHDAYS TO THE MAX! Jo’s birthday is coming up, and April is determined to pull out all the stops for her best friend! But when her elaborate plans for a huge, over-the-top celebration fall through, April recruits the yetis and some fellow ‘Janes to put on a play for Jo, instead.  Meanwhile, Mal has been tasked with keeping Jo busy to protect the surprise, but she might’ve done TOO good a job. Will the birthday girl make it back in time for her own party? And does she even want to? Join the celebrations with this brand-new adventure written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh (Super Cakes) and illustrated by talented newcomer AnneMarie Rogers. Collects Lumberjanes #57-60.

Birthday Smarty (Lumberjanes, Vol. 15) Details

TitleBirthday Smarty (Lumberjanes, Vol. 15)
ReleaseAug 18th, 2020
PublisherBOOM! Box
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Fantasy, Young Adult, LGBT

Birthday Smarty (Lumberjanes, Vol. 15) Review

  • Devann
    January 1, 1970
    Another adorable volume of Lumberjanes. This one mainly centers around April trying to plan a surprise birthday for Jo and some other Lumberjanes but the rest of the gang manages to have a pretty cool adventure with Seafarin' Karen and the selkies as well. Anytime I need a fun light read I check to see if there are new volumes of Lumberjanes out.
  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    Read as individual issues
  • Liz
    January 1, 1970
    Read as separate issues.This series is super cute and a great pick-me-up! Not a whole ton of plot in this one but like how it explored the relationships between April/Jo and, to a lesser extent, Mal and Molly, more. Also enjoyed the callbacks to previous volumes with Seafarin' Karren, etc.
  • Celyn
    January 1, 1970
    so sweet :')
  • MysteriousPanda
    January 1, 1970
    Read as individual issues. I really didn't like the art in these issues. It wasn't bad art, I just preferred the previous art styles. But the story was cute and adorable, and it felt like a nice change to the last few volumes which were starting to get a bit repetitive. My only gripe is that while Jo enjoyed her surprise, she didn't talk to April about not liking the big parties. Still, it was an enjoyable romp.
  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Individual issue reviews: #57 | #58 | #59 | #60Total review score: 2.75 Individual issue reviews: #57 | #58 | #59 | #60Total review score: 2.75
  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Read as single issues on hoopla.
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