Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1 (Hi-Fi Fight Club)

Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1 (Hi-Fi Fight Club)

When Chris joins the staff at her local record store, she?s surprised to find out that her co-workers share a secret: they?re all members of a secret fight club that take on the patriarchy and fight crime! Starry-eyed Chris has just started the dream job every outcast kid in town wants: working at Vinyl Mayhem. It's as rad as she imagined; her boss is BOSS, her co-workers s When Chris joins the staff at her local record store, she?s surprised to find out that her co-workers share a...

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Title:Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1 (Hi-Fi Fight Club)
Author:Carly Usdin
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1684151414
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1 (Hi-Fi Fight Club) Reviews

  • Dan
    May 03, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

  • Danielle Booey
    Jun 09, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

  • Sascha
    May 13, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

  • Basma
    May 31, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

  • Devann
    Apr 11, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

  • Heatherblakely
    Oct 06, 2017

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

  • ashley (saidthestory)
    Jan 27, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

  • Waffle
    Jun 14, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

  • Kristin
    May 17, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

  • Candice
    Apr 30, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

  • Matti Karjalainen
    Jan 12, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

  • charlotte
    Jan 17, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

  • anna (readingpeaches)
    Aug 23, 2017

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

  • Jen Jesse
    May 29, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

  • Gary
    Mar 09, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

  • Rita
    May 25, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

    This comic should be re-titled "Awkward Teenage Years," because when it all comes down to it, the book's extraordinarily weird mishmash of Mystery, Inc., Fight Club, and 90s-era feminism (a) doesn't really make a lick of sense when pulled together and (b) is far less interesting or eng...

    I'll skip the synopsis and just say that this was a wonderful start to what I can only hope is a continuing series. I was so devastated with the cliffhanger ending. I want more! Anyways, I'll make a list of my pros and cons to keep things short and simple. There is way too much I want...

    Heavy Vinyl (formerly Hi-Fi Fight Club) is a graphic novel (for now it's a stand alone but it will probably continue) about a group of teens (and 20s) that works at a record store but are also members of a fight club that fight injustice. Chris is the 'new' employee and the story is...

    warning: mixed feelings below because i can't make up my wacky mind !!!!!! bear with me... ? the art was probably the best part. it was really clean, colorful, and had super thin lines omg ? tbh i almost cried @ the line work because it was so GOOD ? i SoRtA liked the cha...

    3.75/5 I picked this up on a whim while browsing Barnes and Noble today and I'm super glad I did! I was definitely drawn in by the artwork; it's super beautifully illustrated and colored and I think it really brought to life each character and situation. The writing is also lovely, ...

  • Lindsey
    May 24, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

  • Marthese Formosa
    Jan 29, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

    This comic should be re-titled "Awkward Teenage Years," because when it all comes down to it, the book's extraordinarily weird mishmash of Mystery, Inc., Fight Club, and 90s-era feminism (a) doesn't really make a lick of sense when pulled together and (b) is far less interesting or eng...

    I'll skip the synopsis and just say that this was a wonderful start to what I can only hope is a continuing series. I was so devastated with the cliffhanger ending. I want more! Anyways, I'll make a list of my pros and cons to keep things short and simple. There is way too much I want...

    Heavy Vinyl (formerly Hi-Fi Fight Club) is a graphic novel (for now it's a stand alone but it will probably continue) about a group of teens (and 20s) that works at a record store but are also members of a fight club that fight injustice. Chris is the 'new' employee and the story is...

  • The Lost Dreamer
    May 22, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

  • Rod Brown
    Apr 12, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

  • Hallie
    May 26, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

  • Bookishrealm
    Jun 09, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

  • Aaron
    Jun 14, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

    This comic should be re-titled "Awkward Teenage Years," because when it all comes down to it, the book's extraordinarily weird mishmash of Mystery, Inc., Fight Club, and 90s-era feminism (a) doesn't really make a lick of sense when pulled together and (b) is far less interesting or eng...

  • Saraâž½ (Ink Is My Sword)
    Jun 18, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

  • anna
    May 26, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

    This comic should be re-titled "Awkward Teenage Years," because when it all comes down to it, the book's extraordinarily weird mishmash of Mystery, Inc., Fight Club, and 90s-era feminism (a) doesn't really make a lick of sense when pulled together and (b) is far less interesting or eng...

    I'll skip the synopsis and just say that this was a wonderful start to what I can only hope is a continuing series. I was so devastated with the cliffhanger ending. I want more! Anyways, I'll make a list of my pros and cons to keep things short and simple. There is way too much I want...

    Heavy Vinyl (formerly Hi-Fi Fight Club) is a graphic novel (for now it's a stand alone but it will probably continue) about a group of teens (and 20s) that works at a record store but are also members of a fight club that fight injustice. Chris is the 'new' employee and the story is...

    warning: mixed feelings below because i can't make up my wacky mind !!!!!! bear with me... ? the art was probably the best part. it was really clean, colorful, and had super thin lines omg ? tbh i almost cried @ the line work because it was so GOOD ? i SoRtA liked the cha...

  • Aleksandra
    Apr 21, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

  • bri
    Mar 24, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

  • Vanda
    Sep 17, 2017

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

  • Jason
    Jun 04, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

    This comic should be re-titled "Awkward Teenage Years," because when it all comes down to it, the book's extraordinarily weird mishmash of Mystery, Inc., Fight Club, and 90s-era feminism (a) doesn't really make a lick of sense when pulled together and (b) is far less interesting or eng...

    I'll skip the synopsis and just say that this was a wonderful start to what I can only hope is a continuing series. I was so devastated with the cliffhanger ending. I want more! Anyways, I'll make a list of my pros and cons to keep things short and simple. There is way too much I want...

    Heavy Vinyl (formerly Hi-Fi Fight Club) is a graphic novel (for now it's a stand alone but it will probably continue) about a group of teens (and 20s) that works at a record store but are also members of a fight club that fight injustice. Chris is the 'new' employee and the story is...

    warning: mixed feelings below because i can't make up my wacky mind !!!!!! bear with me... ? the art was probably the best part. it was really clean, colorful, and had super thin lines omg ? tbh i almost cried @ the line work because it was so GOOD ? i SoRtA liked the cha...

    3.75/5 I picked this up on a whim while browsing Barnes and Noble today and I'm super glad I did! I was definitely drawn in by the artwork; it's super beautifully illustrated and colored and I think it really brought to life each character and situation. The writing is also lovely, ...

    So Heavy Vinyl is about a girl who is a lesbian that works at a record shop in 98, there are also other gay/lesbian characters that get a brief panel. There is more to the story, and without getting into spoilers I'll just say I didn't see the plot going in the direction it did at all....

  • Jaime Stilwell
    May 07, 2018

    5 ?New favorite? Stars ? FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED: I will lead this review with a list of things this graphic novel contains, browse and see if any of those things are for your liking bitch please, I bet everyone will find something, this has all of the best things: ?...

    Cute art, cute story, cute girls [that have cute crushes on other cute girls], and awesome music - What's not to like? This is definitely a fun idea for a series and I can't wait for volume 2! Also I sent this page to my friend with the caption "i would be offended by the design of ...

    it's so cute & fun & also so effortlessly diverse!! two biracial couples one of which is sapphic! gay dads! another sapphic couple! black & puerto rican mcs! ...

    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, PLEASE READ IT! Heavy Vinyl is awesome comic about a vynil shop, where all the employees and the boss are ladies, who are also in secret fight vigilante club, set in 1990s, USA! It's lots of fun, it has great diversity and the main arc is about missing music ban...

    I'm sad there isn't more to this story. (Yet!). I found the characters cute and dynamic, while also being easy to relate to. There wasn't too many tropes, and every time I thought there would be, the writers surprised me by NOT doing it. Overall it was a very fun read all about mus...

    This was such a cute comic with badass females and LGBT representation. I absolutely loved it. I was amazed by the plot line and the character development. The story was so easy to follow and it definitely kept my attention the entire time. I LOVED it. I can't wait until the second vol...

    I loved the concept but the execution left me wanting. It reads a little like a TV pilot; introducing lots of potentially interesting characters and ideas before running out of time to do much with them. The 90s setting also felt a little like a plot contrivance. I think the idea would...

    I was really excited for this and hadn't been able to grab a first issue so waited until the first volume was out. I ended up pretty disappointed. I think it comes down to me expecting too much out of Boom Box comics. They are aimed at a younger set, after all. This comic was market...

    I'm enjoying these quirky, quick, fun and adorable comics that are being published and that are coming up my radar lately. The stories are cute and enjoyable, the characters are diverse, there seems to be a bigger emphasis on feminism and equality, there's always a bit of a cute or cli...

    "Well we can't let them do that. Music is about expression and identity. I'm trying to figure out who I am and they're doing literally the opposite of that." YALL!!! This has become one of my new favorite comic series. I read these as individual issues but I was too lazy to coun...

    I grabbed the first volume when I was in San Francisco, and I'm so glad I did! I loved these characters, and watching a girl have a crush on another girl warmed my heart. I want more. ...

    I loved that there was not a fantasy element to this book. It is a lot of girl power. ...

    So, just to reiterate what others have said, yes, this comic is very cute and fluffy. I picked this up because I immediately fell in love with the concept since I'm a sucker for music-driven stories and anything that involves music history and trivia. A comic about a group of girls wo...

    Everything in this feels like lip service. The '90s setting, the diversity, even the plot. None of it has any thought or reason behind it. Black girl likes Lauryn Hill, TLC, and hip-hop. Hispanic girl isn't Hispanic until she gets a sudden call from her Papi in the final issue. Everyon...

    I can't believe it took me so long to read this! I saw this series when it was first shown in Previews forever ago and thought, "dang that looks good". Then it came out in graphic novel form and I saw it come in at the library, but I never grabbed it. Big mistake. This is a fantastic g...

    I have LOVED every page of this. Girls who love good music and kick ass? Dude, this comic is about me! This is lovely, in every possible way. I love those four kids. They are all parts of myself. I would have loved to read this when I was 17, so I could identify my fears and my shyness...

    I absolutely loved volume 1 of this new comic! The main character, Chris, is an awkward teenager with anxiety issues (I could totally relate) who gets a super cool job at Vinyl Destination, the local record store, in 1998. She works with other awesome women in this music driven atmosph...

    Cute, fast, low stakes. Josie and the Pussycats if that movie was five minutes long and allowed to be as gay as it should have been. Wish it had gone deeper! ...

    Okay this is my new favorite girl squad and I need a lot more of this comic ...

    Party Fight Club part Jem and the Holograms. This graphic novel is sheer fun and 90's nostalgia. I want to hang out with these girls! If you liked this, make sure to follow me on Goodreads for more reviews! ...

    It's my second super-diverse disappointingly generic Scooby-Doo adventure in a row. (See Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew) An appealing cast of characters goes to waste in a silly fight club that also fights crime and a convoluted missing person story that doesn't even wrap up in ...

    Carly Usdinin "Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1" (Boom! Box, 2018) on 1990-luvun loppupuolelle sijoittuva tarina, jossa amerikkalaisen levykaupan myyjinä toimivat nuoret naiset muodostavat myös salaisen iskujoukon, joka taistelee viekkautta, vääryyttä ja seksismiä vastaan. Luvassa on tavallis...

    WOW ??? i loved this so much ??? cute girls cute art and music?? also they are fckn vigilantes??? damn ...

    i didnt realise this comic had only 4 issues total thats just rude ...

    This comic should be re-titled "Awkward Teenage Years," because when it all comes down to it, the book's extraordinarily weird mishmash of Mystery, Inc., Fight Club, and 90s-era feminism (a) doesn't really make a lick of sense when pulled together and (b) is far less interesting or eng...

    I'll skip the synopsis and just say that this was a wonderful start to what I can only hope is a continuing series. I was so devastated with the cliffhanger ending. I want more! Anyways, I'll make a list of my pros and cons to keep things short and simple. There is way too much I want...