Misfit City Vol. 1

Misfit City Vol. 1

Nothing?s happened in Wilder?s hometown since they filmed that cult kids? adventure movie there in the 80s...Until one day, she and her friends come upon a centuries-old pirate map! Smothered by her backwater hometown and frustrated by its 1980s cult-movie fame (The Gloomies...have you seen it? It?s a real classic, y?know.), Wilder is pretty sure she?s seen everything Canno Nothing?s happened in Wilder?s hometown since they filmed that cult kids? adventure movie there in ...

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Title:Misfit City Vol. 1
Author:Kirsten Smith
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1684150272
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Misfit City Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Akilah
    Aug 07, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    I am all about adventure books featuring girls, so this is A++ for that. Good mix of characters with a diversity of personalities. I had a hard time keeping the names straight, though, and this is partly because the coloring/inking is so dark. For that reason, I wish there were a cast ...

  • Alicia
    Feb 25, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

  • Cathleen
    Feb 02, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

  • Sara
    May 17, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

  • Andi
    Jun 07, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

  • Nicky
    Aug 27, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    I am all about adventure books featuring girls, so this is A++ for that. Good mix of characters with a diversity of personalities. I had a hard time keeping the names straight, though, and this is partly because the coloring/inking is so dark. For that reason, I wish there were a cast ...

    This. Book. Is. Rad. Recommended reading for fans of "Lumberjanes" or "The Goonies" but preferably both. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    This is a delight for anyone who loves queer lady adventuring stories in the Pacific Northwest and 80s goodies vibes. ...

  • Crystal Starr Light
    Sep 07, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

  • Devann
    Jun 01, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

  • Emily
    Feb 18, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

  • Tabor
    Mar 20, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    I am all about adventure books featuring girls, so this is A++ for that. Good mix of characters with a diversity of personalities. I had a hard time keeping the names straight, though, and this is partly because the coloring/inking is so dark. For that reason, I wish there were a cast ...

    This. Book. Is. Rad. Recommended reading for fans of "Lumberjanes" or "The Goonies" but preferably both. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

  • ashley (saidthestory)
    Oct 21, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

  • Waffle
    Jun 18, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

  • Kristin
    Jan 07, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

  • Allison
    Mar 31, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

  • Griffin
    Jul 15, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

  • Jane
    Oct 10, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

  • Elinor
    Mar 09, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

  • Maddie
    Apr 15, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

  • Artemis
    Oct 14, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

  • Connie
    Sep 25, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

  • Barbara
    Apr 23, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

  • Rod Brown
    Feb 10, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

  • Tess
    Aug 20, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    I am all about adventure books featuring girls, so this is A++ for that. Good mix of characters with a diversity of personalities. I had a hard time keeping the names straight, though, and this is partly because the coloring/inking is so dark. For that reason, I wish there were a cast ...

    This. Book. Is. Rad. Recommended reading for fans of "Lumberjanes" or "The Goonies" but preferably both. ...

  • Chelsea
    Mar 17, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

  • Diz
    May 15, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

  • Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
    Jul 27, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

  • Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)
    Oct 14, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

  • Greyson [Use Your Words]
    Aug 14, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

  • Helena Summers
    Apr 23, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

  • Lily
    May 01, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    A comic about a group of girls who go on adventures, referencing The Goonies, and co-written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde???? This is everything I'd ever dreamed of ...

    This was a good graphic novel/comic read! Although I wasn't as hooked onto the storyline as I was reading the Fence series by C.S Pacat, I did like the element of a group of friends finding a treasure map. The cliffhanger was intense and am looking forward to reading what happens next!...

    Misfit City Series Ratings: Misfit City Vol 1: ???? Misfit City Vol 2: TBR ? This was really fun! I love the treasure hunting and the girl power, and how wondrously diverse this is! All the characters are cute and charming and so different from each other! I'm really exci...

    I don't quite know what to make of this just yet. I quite like the premise; real life residents of a town where a classic kids movie called "The Gloomies" was filmed (and if you can't guess what that's based on we have nothing in common and are no longer friends) find themselves embroi...

    Bullet Review: This world is stressful; sometimes I just want to not think about anything too serious, veg out, enjoy some fluffy form of media. "Misfit City" is that sort of media. Because if you think too hard about just the characters in this book...there aren't nearly that ma...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    4.25/5 stars Imagine I pick up this series and I see a fat girl who looks like me on the page who is smart and driven and fucking cool. That's such a great feeling. I love this series. I love the goonies so I love this inherently because it's about really dope girls looking for ...

    I like it so far. Reminds me of The Goonies yet that's as far as similarities go? The girls have their own character and I do like a female nod and not exactly a remake. I need Vol 2. ...

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    Cute comic with a diverse all-female main cast. Lovely colorful art style. The plot itself is closer to 3 stars. It takes place in a Pacific Northwest town enveloped in fog almost all year, a town whose claim to fame is that it was the filming location for a 80's style Goonies-type...

    Super fun Goonie?s story with teen girls at the center, in a town where the Goonie?s has been made and it?s a total bummer to grow up in this tourist trap town. The characters all bring something different to the group and get a moment to shine, but I?m left wondering why Ed is...

    A group of teenage girls hunting pirate treasure from a badass lady pirate in a PNW town only known for a thinly veiled version of "Goonies"? Count me in. Have those teenage girls be diverse in terms of race, sexual orientation, and body shape? Please just take all of my money immediat...

    This was so fun! I was kind of worried before I started it because the premise is that these girls live in a town where they filmed this universe's take on The Goonies and I absolutely loathe The Goonies with all of my being [sorry!], but that's really more just backdrop to the cool bu...

    This story basically draws its plot from the movie Goonies, so there are few surprises in it. The art is attractive, but the story doesn't really have any punch to it. The characters don't feel well developed either. They are basically defined by what they like--one likes rock music, o...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    I am all about adventure books featuring girls, so this is A++ for that. Good mix of characters with a diversity of personalities. I had a hard time keeping the names straight, though, and this is partly because the coloring/inking is so dark. For that reason, I wish there were a cast ...

    This. Book. Is. Rad. Recommended reading for fans of "Lumberjanes" or "The Goonies" but preferably both. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    This is a delight for anyone who loves queer lady adventuring stories in the Pacific Northwest and 80s goodies vibes. ...

    This was a very interesting comic, and I loved it! It had an amazing plot, and had characters that many people could relate to. ...