Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1

Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1

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 takeon the patriarchy and fightcrime! 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
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 Reviews

  • Vanessa
    Aug 19, 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

  • Danika at The Lesbrary
    Aug 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

    3.5 | ahh this was so fun!! i had absolutely no idea what this comic was about, so i went into it blind and was pleasantly surprised! i loved the artwork and all of the characters were so cute (i Love mags!!) and i freakin? adored the plot! i?m super excited to pick up the next ins...

    WARNING: This review contains *spoilers* because I'm angry and I want to talk about it. Well, this is awkward. Heavy Vinyl gave me strong Spell on Wheels vibes, meaning that it had an interesting concept but the execution was rather poor. To be honest I found it quite prob...

    This was fun. I look forward to see where this goes. Chris and Maggie are so cute! AAHHH ...

    Bummed this for canceled because it was so feminist and queer. I was really excited to see where it was going to go ...

    "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...

    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...

  • Hazel (Stay Bookish)
    Aug 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

  • Bruna Miranda
    Jan 12, 2019

    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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

  • Sylwia (Wish Fulfillment)
    Jan 11, 2019

    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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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! ...

  • Erin
    Dec 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

  • Maddie
    Jan 02, 2019

    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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

  • Alison
    Aug 28, 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

  • rachel
    Oct 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

  • Chad
    Jun 28, 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

  • Sam (she_who_reads_)
    Sep 23, 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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...

  • Sara➽ 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: ?...

  • Dylan
    Oct 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

  • Lilith Knight
    Jul 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

    3.5 | ahh this was so fun!! i had absolutely no idea what this comic was about, so i went into it blind and was pleasantly surprised! i loved the artwork and all of the characters were so cute (i Love mags!!) and i freakin? adored the plot! i?m super excited to pick up the next ins...

    WARNING: This review contains *spoilers* because I'm angry and I want to talk about it. Well, this is awkward. Heavy Vinyl gave me strong Spell on Wheels vibes, meaning that it had an interesting concept but the execution was rather poor. To be honest I found it quite prob...

  • Laura (bbliophile)
    Dec 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

  • Alexis  (TheSlothReader)
    Jan 12, 2019

    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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

    3.5 | ahh this was so fun!! i had absolutely no idea what this comic was about, so i went into it blind and was pleasantly surprised! i loved the artwork and all of the characters were so cute (i Love mags!!) and i freakin? adored the plot! i?m super excited to pick up the next ins...

    WARNING: This review contains *spoilers* because I'm angry and I want to talk about it. Well, this is awkward. Heavy Vinyl gave me strong Spell on Wheels vibes, meaning that it had an interesting concept but the execution was rather poor. To be honest I found it quite prob...

    This was fun. I look forward to see where this goes. Chris and Maggie are so cute! AAHHH ...

    Bummed this for canceled because it was so feminist and queer. I was really excited to see where it was going to go ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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...

  • Monica
    Dec 20, 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

    3.5 | ahh this was so fun!! i had absolutely no idea what this comic was about, so i went into it blind and was pleasantly surprised! i loved the artwork and all of the characters were so cute (i Love mags!!) and i freakin? adored the plot! i?m super excited to pick up the next ins...

    WARNING: This review contains *spoilers* because I'm angry and I want to talk about it. Well, this is awkward. Heavy Vinyl gave me strong Spell on Wheels vibes, meaning that it had an interesting concept but the execution was rather poor. To be honest I found it quite prob...

    This was fun. I look forward to see where this goes. Chris and Maggie are so cute! AAHHH ...

  • 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

    3.5 | ahh this was so fun!! i had absolutely no idea what this comic was about, so i went into it blind and was pleasantly surprised! i loved the artwork and all of the characters were so cute (i Love mags!!) and i freakin? adored the plot! i?m super excited to pick up the next ins...

    WARNING: This review contains *spoilers* because I'm angry and I want to talk about it. Well, this is awkward. Heavy Vinyl gave me strong Spell on Wheels vibes, meaning that it had an interesting concept but the execution was rather poor. To be honest I found it quite prob...

    This was fun. I look forward to see where this goes. Chris and Maggie are so cute! AAHHH ...

    Bummed this for canceled because it was so feminist and queer. I was really excited to see where it was going to go ...

    "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...

  • ellie ♡
    Jan 07, 2019

    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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...

    I love everything about this ...

    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...

    Volcano girls we really can't be beat Warm us up and watch us blow But now and then we fail and we admit defeat We're falling off, we are watered down and fully grown -"Volcano Girls", Veruca Salt That song has almost nothing to do with this comic, but it's on the suggested pla...

    Actual rating: 3.5 I loved the idea of this one! Female fight club taking down the patriarchy? Music and girl crushes? Plus an awesome art style! This could've made the PERFECT comic. But the story itself was a bit dry at times and the mystery plot felt rushed and overlooked. The ch...

    cute gay graphic novel about girls that love music and are also in a fight club? ...

    This was fun! A little bit Empire Records, a little bit Josie and the Pussy Cats (the movie), with bonus vigilante, mystery-solving teen girl gang. I definitely look forward to the next volumes. ...

    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 ...

    Great art, characters, dynamics, healthy relationships, inclusion, story, setting, nostalgia, mention of Placebo, and more! I recommend! ...

    I ADORED this. Art Style: drooling Character Diversity: tears of joy All Female Teenage Fight Club: YES ...

    3.5 | ahh this was so fun!! i had absolutely no idea what this comic was about, so i went into it blind and was pleasantly surprised! i loved the artwork and all of the characters were so cute (i Love mags!!) and i freakin? adored the plot! i?m super excited to pick up the next ins...

  • Dennis
    Dec 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

  • Clemlucian (🏳️‍🌈the brooding witch)
    Dec 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: ?...

    This was a gift from Melissa over at The Bookish Babbler on youtube and OMG I LOVED IT. This had empowering females, a fight club, mystery, and music! I thought this was such a unique idea and I was in love with all of the characters. There was a great balance between mystery, action,...

    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 ...

    4 stars. Kiss ass vigilante club? YES. Queer qirls? YES. A black girl that isn't the "token black character"????? YES YES YES. Was this perfect? No, it was a bit rushed and the characters could use a bit more developement, BUT I NEED VOL 2 ASAP. ...

    I loved everything about this. It's Empire Records crossed with Scooby Doo (or maybe Buffy without the supernatural). Set in 1998, Chris is the new girl working at the local record store. When the lead singer of a rock band goes missing, her co-workers invite her to join a secret under...

    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 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...

    This was sweet and harmless and ultimately not for me. The year is 1998 and Chris, the main character, is a 16 yo girl working at the local record store. She?s the new girl. So she has to find her place amongst the clique of girls that?s been there for a while already. Sh...

    4.5 stars ...

    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'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...

    Um girl squad YA nos anos 90 que trabalha em uma loja de discos com um romance f/f, um casal interracial e muito feminismo. Como no amar?? ...

    My new favourite graphic novel!! Everything about this made me so happy- a badass group of girls, working in a record store in the 90s? How could it not be my fav?! It?s full of funny, diverse, and all around amazing characters. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next 3 volumes (al...

    ??? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the opposite of realistic. ?????? I enjoyed it but I couldn?t turn off that part of my brain that kept nagging that this graphic novel was the op...