Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1)

Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1)

Werewolf barista Julie and her new girlfriend go on a date to a close-up magic show, but all heck breaks loose when the magician casts a horrible spell on their friend Chet. Now it's up to the team of mythical pals to stop the illicit illusionist before it's too late. Collects issues 1 through 5....

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Title:Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1)
Author:Grace Ellis
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1534304770
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1) Reviews

  • Jennifer
    Mar 28, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

    This was a totally adorable comic, and I definitely can't wait for the next volume! So this book is filled with fantasy creatures of all sorts. Our main characters are two werewolves (who have just started dating), a centaur, and a seer. When three of them go to a magic show, the ce...

    I liked it. The art is fantastic, the colors are amazing. The story had some very good and relatable parts, but there was a lot in a short time. And the resolution was rushed and didn't make a lot of sense. I definitely felt connections to the characters and will most likely continue r...

    this was so adorable!! really the only reason it didn't get 5 stars from me was because i thought the main conflict wrapped up a little bit too easily there at the end but it more than makes up for it in sheer adorableness and hilarity. also the art and character designs are absolutely...

    I love the fun and fluffy art of the series, which contains a kind of a hipster Portland (in a good way) queer magical creature cast, and a positive message about not giving up the weirdness that is a part of you. I didn't love the interludes of the mystery-solving triplets, though, an...

  • Misty
    Feb 21, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

  • Ed Erwin
    Apr 09, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

  • Danielle Booey
    Apr 02, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

  • Stephanie
    Jun 10, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

  • Summer
    May 07, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

  • Erica
    Apr 05, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

  • Jillian (bookishandnerdy)
    Jul 01, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

  • Adiba Jaigirdar
    Mar 19, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

    This was a totally adorable comic, and I definitely can't wait for the next volume! So this book is filled with fantasy creatures of all sorts. Our main characters are two werewolves (who have just started dating), a centaur, and a seer. When three of them go to a magic show, the ce...

  • Devann
    Feb 01, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

    This was a totally adorable comic, and I definitely can't wait for the next volume! So this book is filled with fantasy creatures of all sorts. Our main characters are two werewolves (who have just started dating), a centaur, and a seer. When three of them go to a magic show, the ce...

    I liked it. The art is fantastic, the colors are amazing. The story had some very good and relatable parts, but there was a lot in a short time. And the resolution was rushed and didn't make a lot of sense. I definitely felt connections to the characters and will most likely continue r...

    this was so adorable!! really the only reason it didn't get 5 stars from me was because i thought the main conflict wrapped up a little bit too easily there at the end but it more than makes up for it in sheer adorableness and hilarity. also the art and character designs are absolutely...

  • ashley (saidthestory)
    May 11, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

  • Darcy Roar
    Apr 04, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

  • Mehsi
    Apr 12, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

  • Kathryn Kania
    Apr 12, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

  • Sylwia (Wish Fulfillment)
    May 28, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

  • Harker
    Mar 23, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

  • anna (readingpeaches)
    Aug 27, 2017

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

  • Sydney (sydneysshelves) West
    Jul 06, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

    This was a totally adorable comic, and I definitely can't wait for the next volume! So this book is filled with fantasy creatures of all sorts. Our main characters are two werewolves (who have just started dating), a centaur, and a seer. When three of them go to a magic show, the ce...

    I liked it. The art is fantastic, the colors are amazing. The story had some very good and relatable parts, but there was a lot in a short time. And the resolution was rushed and didn't make a lot of sense. I definitely felt connections to the characters and will most likely continue r...

    this was so adorable!! really the only reason it didn't get 5 stars from me was because i thought the main conflict wrapped up a little bit too easily there at the end but it more than makes up for it in sheer adorableness and hilarity. also the art and character designs are absolutely...

    I love the fun and fluffy art of the series, which contains a kind of a hipster Portland (in a good way) queer magical creature cast, and a positive message about not giving up the weirdness that is a part of you. I didn't love the interludes of the mystery-solving triplets, though, an...

    Cutesie, Diverse, Mystery-ish. Paranormal. Rep for different races, gender fulidity, Lesbian, and bisexuality. Characters were annoying at times but overall more enjoyable than not. I wish the MC and her love interest didn't act like the worst teenagers ever. They were totally irration...

  • Alison
    May 07, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

  • rachel • typed truths
    Mar 24, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

  • Shadowdenizen
    Mar 21, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

  • Maggie Gordon
    May 22, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

    This was a totally adorable comic, and I definitely can't wait for the next volume! So this book is filled with fantasy creatures of all sorts. Our main characters are two werewolves (who have just started dating), a centaur, and a seer. When three of them go to a magic show, the ce...

    I liked it. The art is fantastic, the colors are amazing. The story had some very good and relatable parts, but there was a lot in a short time. And the resolution was rushed and didn't make a lot of sense. I definitely felt connections to the characters and will most likely continue r...

    this was so adorable!! really the only reason it didn't get 5 stars from me was because i thought the main conflict wrapped up a little bit too easily there at the end but it more than makes up for it in sheer adorableness and hilarity. also the art and character designs are absolutely...

    I love the fun and fluffy art of the series, which contains a kind of a hipster Portland (in a good way) queer magical creature cast, and a positive message about not giving up the weirdness that is a part of you. I didn't love the interludes of the mystery-solving triplets, though, an...

    Cutesie, Diverse, Mystery-ish. Paranormal. Rep for different races, gender fulidity, Lesbian, and bisexuality. Characters were annoying at times but overall more enjoyable than not. I wish the MC and her love interest didn't act like the worst teenagers ever. They were totally irration...

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh... this is so cute, I want to die! Moonstruck is about a world where monsters exist and they are baristas just like anyone else. Our protagonists are two lady werewolves in early love, a genderqueer centaur, and a witch with prophetic powers. They make up a sill...

  • Robin Stevens
    May 25, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

  • Elysia
    Apr 08, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

  • Aleksandra
    Mar 11, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

  • Shan(Littleirishbookcat)
    Jun 15, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

  • bri
    Mar 23, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

  • Laura
    Mar 31, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list...

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self conf...

    The art here is wonderful and there's some fun ideas within the story. However despite a good beginning the pacing felt disjointed and the story felt rushed. It couldn't adequately focus on either of the central conflicts so both felt underdeveloped. ...

    The broader setting of the story has a lot of potential. There's quite a pantheon going on in this town, everything from werewolves to centaurs to Medusa creatures and more. There were more that I didn't quite recognize, some I did but couldn't remember the name for, and none of it's w...

    Okay, so I enjoyed this, but I also felt kind of... wanting? I wanted more. I felt the end was rushed, and I felt the author/artists were trying too hard. HOWEVER, the premise is super cute, I love many of the characters, and at certain moments I was LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Will I ke...

    Mrrr too cute. But why was she being so mean to Julie :((((( ...

    Well that was gay! ? Picked this up completely at random because of the lovely colors and the cute cover. Very pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the story. The characters are great and I could totally "get" who each one was in just a few panels. Trigger warning: a centa...

    This was a totally adorable comic, and I definitely can't wait for the next volume! So this book is filled with fantasy creatures of all sorts. Our main characters are two werewolves (who have just started dating), a centaur, and a seer. When three of them go to a magic show, the ce...

    I liked it. The art is fantastic, the colors are amazing. The story had some very good and relatable parts, but there was a lot in a short time. And the resolution was rushed and didn't make a lot of sense. I definitely felt connections to the characters and will most likely continue r...

  • Annie (Diverse Reads)
    Apr 07, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

  • Annise Blanchard
    Jul 06, 2018

    OMG THIS IS THE CUTEST & MOST HILARIOUS & ALSO THE SOFTEST & PUREST & MOST LOVELY THING I EVER SEEN WITH MY OWN TWO GAY EYES ...

    If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times before but I simply adore pastel fantasy worlds - the aus that blend modern technology with tradition mythology. You know the ones that have witches drinking their potions from Starbucks thermos and vampires that cannot take selfi...

    Werewolves, sweet cute romance, a hilarious centaur friend, magicians, drama, and more! This book will pull you in and not spit you out until the end. So I have been meaning to read this book for ages, the cover was what pulled me in. These girls looked adorable and cute together an...

    3.5 STARS I thought this was fun and the storyline was unique and interesting, but I didn't really love any of the characters and was honestly annoyed with pretty much all of them at some point. Especially because trivial things were fought about and it just made me roll my eyes a lot...

    NOT related to This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs. SO much cute! It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena. Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fello...

    This graphic novel is utterly adorable and an awful lot of fun. It's set in a college town full of happily coexisting magical creatures, with romantic subplots and a team-of-friends quest, I really, really enjoyed it. I also loved the larger message about not quashing parts of yourself...

    4 stars for a charmingly witty and subversive title. The cartoony art sparkles and complements the story, and the cast is wonderfully diverse and inclusive. ...

    I wanted to love this so much and I did like it, I just didn?t love it. Let?s start with the good ? Julie and Selena are both qpoc and fat. Both characters are also lesbians. ? The fat rep was so well done. The characters were drawn beautifully!! ? It?s ownvoi...

    "Can you really call yourself a hero if you do things that hurt the people you care about?" This was one of my most anticipated comics and I gotta say... I'm disappointed. The art style and color palette was GORGEOUS but the plot and writing was not the best. BUT we did get lesbi...

    ? MC (Julie) is a plus-sized Latinx lesbian. ? LI (Selena) is a plus-sized black lesbian. ? Prominent SC (Chet, Julie's best friend) uses they/them pronouns. Possible nonbinary - never specifically stated - and possibly Latinx (again, not mentioned in text). ? Multiple o...

    Why You Might Bump This Up On Your TBR: Seeing fat protagonists in graphic novels gives me life, so I loved that part of this. It's extremely queer friendly with an f/f couple at the forefront and a (very lovable!) genderfluid (if I read that correctly) best friend character, among ot...

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear ...

    This was so much fun and so adorable! The artwork is exceptionally pretty! I like the arc of the volume, exciting adventure to help a friend. There was also a story-inside-story about three sisters, which was rather cute. The main character is Julie, she's fat Latinx werewolf, who's...

    I'm on the fence with this one. Art and world are fantastic, the plot has potential, but there's something off about the whole thing. Full review to come. ...

    This is a beautifully-illustrated and clever world that's still finding its feet narratively. I love the idea of magical creatures living cute 21st century urban lives, and I adore the way the story looks. All the right ingredients are here - I'm looking forward to seeing where this st...

    OH THIS WAS SO CUTE AND WONDERFUL AND MAGICAL. ...

    What an adorable little series! Featuring a lesbian werewolf couple and a non-binary centaur <3 <3 I don't think I can contain all the hearts and love I feel for this series. I can't wait to read more ...