Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks

Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks

The Lumberjanes short stories collected for the first time in paperback!  Join April, Jo, Mal, Molly and Ripley as they explore their all-girls camp. From ghost ponies to strange plants, these Lumberjanes are ready to take on anything that comes their way as long as they have each other. With stories written by Eisner Award-winner Faith Erin Hicks, and New York Times bestse The Lumberjanes short stories collected for the first time in paperback!  Join April, Jo, Mal, Molly and Rip...

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Title:Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks
Author:Holly Black
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:168415216X
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks Reviews

  • Elizabeth (Miss Eliza)
    Jul 01, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

  • Shelley
    Sep 04, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

  • Jennifer
    May 14, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading. ...

  • Nick
    May 21, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

  • Britt
    Apr 30, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

  • Matt Glaviano
    May 08, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

  • Julie
    Sep 02, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

  • Katie
    Sep 22, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

  • Emily Ross
    Jun 24, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

  • Chelsea
    Aug 12, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

  • Tsana Dolichva
    Jul 16, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

  • Jen
    Apr 22, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading. ...

    Lumberjanes are the antidote to bad days and sour moods. You can't read this and not feel a little better about everything. The stories are sweet and exciting, and the illustrations pitch perfect. LOVE THIS! ...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Mar 29, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

  • Jen
    Jun 26, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

  • Ashley
    Sep 28, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

  • Melissa
    Sep 25, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

  • Emily
    May 31, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading. ...

    Lumberjanes are the antidote to bad days and sour moods. You can't read this and not feel a little better about everything. The stories are sweet and exciting, and the illustrations pitch perfect. LOVE THIS! ...

    Very cute collection of one-shot issues from the series. ...

    Super fun one shots with the girls. ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Apr 10, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Apr 26, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

  • Kelly K
    May 19, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

  • Rhea
    Aug 20, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading. ...

    Lumberjanes are the antidote to bad days and sour moods. You can't read this and not feel a little better about everything. The stories are sweet and exciting, and the illustrations pitch perfect. LOVE THIS! ...

    Very cute collection of one-shot issues from the series. ...

    Super fun one shots with the girls. ...

    A series of one-shots about our favorite group of hardcore lady-types that's super fun, but not quite as amazing as the main ongoing series. ...

  • Nicole
    Aug 07, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

  • Mary
    May 18, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading. ...

    Lumberjanes are the antidote to bad days and sour moods. You can't read this and not feel a little better about everything. The stories are sweet and exciting, and the illustrations pitch perfect. LOVE THIS! ...

    Very cute collection of one-shot issues from the series. ...

    Super fun one shots with the girls. ...

    A series of one-shots about our favorite group of hardcore lady-types that's super fun, but not quite as amazing as the main ongoing series. ...

    The short comics were really fun! I also liked that the illustrations were done by different artists. ...

  • Brittany Craig
    Jul 25, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

  • Katie Young
    Jun 26, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

  • Kim Dyer
    Jun 11, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

  • Brittany
    Aug 12, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

  • April
    Apr 28, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...

    Another fun collection of Lumberjane stories. These are stand-alone stories and unconnected to one another. The girls must free ghost ponies from a 'collector', they must face a midnight monster that consumes all the snacks in camp, and help a traveling medieval fair defeat the dragon ...

    Here's an anthology of 5 stories by various authors and artists set in the Lumberjanes universe. While I enjoyed four of them, but I had issues with the lettering size of "Las Estrellas Del Campo" and that affected my enjoyment - maybe with a full page magnifier.... I think my favorite...

    While the stories were fun, most of these pieces fail to understand the delicate balance between magic and realism in the Lumberjane forest and also fail to portray the nuances of the characters and their relationships that is the real heart of the Noelle Stevenson original. It's been ...

    The difference in art and writing in these stories was so distracting I felt like I was reading fan fiction. In the first story, it took me a moment to even realize who April was because she was tall and skinny. I can see the appeal of wanting more from the characters, but I didn?t f...

    There is just nothing better being made right now. I look forward to every single story, every single issue, every single volume. And it's another of those fun books that my daughter eagerly awaits as well. Just terrific stuff and it shows you that when others can take over for a volum...

    Stand alone tales featuring our favorite hard-core lady types, written and illustrated by guest teams. I enjoyed the ghost pony tale, and the dragon one was generally fun--especially the last bit. Just generally charming and fun. Though Ripley went past young and quirky into bizarre te...

    While the first and last story were quite weak, the middle stories, esp. Holly Black's story about Robin Hood (who's totally a fox) and Kelly Johnson's about 'evil' Jen were the standouts, because they were original but fit within the style of the whole series. I liked reading new take...

    My weekend with the Lumberjanes! Not as good as the ongoing comic, but still enjoyable. I liked the Faith Erin Hicks story a lot; most of the others felt like filler... which they kind of were. Still, a great way to spend a day. ...

    2.5 stars. Cute but I'm so damn tired of Ripley running off or a few of the girls getting separated from the group being a plot. The best one shot out of this was the reniassance festival because it was a nice change of scenery. ...

    Normally I'm not a fan of this style of comic - the "fanfiction" type, where other authors and illustrators take over for a one-shot. Surprisingly though, this one was cute and some of the art was really fun, so I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. ...

    I love me some Lumberjanes and had not read any of these bonus issues individually, so I grabbed this collection at our library and ate it up! I love the guest authors and artists take on the crew, very fun! ...

    Lumberjanes- the comic series my 5.5 year old son begs me to check out at the library, ostensibly for me, so I can read it to him. This collection of mainly unrelated short stories was adorable and made for great bedtime reading. ...

    Lumberjanes are the antidote to bad days and sour moods. You can't read this and not feel a little better about everything. The stories are sweet and exciting, and the illustrations pitch perfect. LOVE THIS! ...

    Very cute collection of one-shot issues from the series. ...

  • Magen
    Apr 12, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

  • Elizabeth Mellen
    Jul 25, 2018

    This was a really sweet series. I enjoyed it more than the most recent volumes where Noelle Stevenson left the series. I enjoyed how all these stories did something very different than the main plot line and featured more diverse plots. I hope there's another volume like this one! If y...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is a collection of the one-shot and special issue stories that have been published so far for Lumberjanes. These are the stories that were published separate from the main plot, and had their own naming (no number involved). I personally always forget to grab...

    Collecting all of the Lumberjanes one-shots (so far), the 'Janes face off against dinosaurs, demons, ghost ponies, and telenovelas in this worthy addition to the Lumberjanes canon. We start with Beyond Bay Leaf, by Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (who drew most of Lum...

    This is an anthology of short stories about the notorious Lumberjanes and their magical adventures. Therefore, the art and stories are different from the original series and in some cases I thought it was done really well and others I was not a huge fan of. Definitely still love the Lu...

    Read August 2018 I loved these short stories! They reminded me more of the earlier volumes of Lumberjanes which I really liked. ...

    I liked a couple of the stories in this really, really well. What annoyed me was that the guest authors and illustrators either haven't read the rest of Lumberjanes, or didn't pay enough attention. 1. Even on the cover, Molly's raccoon cap is ACTUALLY A RACCOON, but in the stories, ...

    This trade paperback collects five of the Lumberjanes specials and is therefore a bit of an eclectic mix. The stories are all told by different writers and artists and so vary quite a lot in quality. 'Beyond Bay Leaf' and 'Faire and Square' were probably the strongest of the two, but a...

    I would totally read an entire graphic novel by Holly Black. Good thing I have one at home! ...

    This was a fun compilation of individual stories with interesting artistic variety. ...

    Lumberjanes: Bonus Tracks is the collected volume of Lumberjanes one-shot special issues. I didn't really know what to expect when I picked this book up. I bought it because it (and Volume 4 of the main story) were what was available in the comic book shop. I'm glad I did grab this boo...

    While not the best Lumberjanes book, this anthology format permitted some wonderful creators to have fun with the characters. I wasn't as enchanted by the "telenovela" story, that is mostly because I don't watch them, and had trouble getting into the mood of the tale. The other stories...

    I thought these were cute, but kind of "meh" to have them listed as a separate volume, or "Bonus Tracks". These could have easily just been shoved into the back of the next few volumes. I really liked a few of the stories, but they were so short it was pointless. They could have gone o...

    ?What a perfect night!? ?A perfect night for sleeping...? ?There?s no such thing as ghosts.? ?Seriously? We?ve dealt with deity siblings, bear-women and dimensional portals, but ghosts are where you draw the line?? 4.5 Stars, this was my favorite Lumber...