Jo’s birthday is coming up, and April is determined to pull out all the stops for her best friend! But when her elaborate plans for a huge, over-the-top celebration fall through, April recruits the yetis and some fellow ‘Janes to put on a play, instead. Meanwhile, Mal has been tasked with keeping Jo busy, to protect the surprise, but she might’ve done TOO good a job. Will the birthday girl make it back in time for her own party? And does she even want to? Join the celebrations with this brand-new adventure written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh (Super Cakes) and illustrated by talented newcomer AnneMarie Rogers.
END OF SUMMER Part Three! Co-Creator & original series artist Brooklyn Allen returns! With the campgrounds and cabins of Miss Qiunzella’s camp full to bursting with scared campers, cryptids, and literal wild animals, time is running out to save themselves from the Grey! With camp director Rosie and Bearwoman Nellie losing control of themselves, and Diane off searching for godly help on Mount Olympus, the rest of the mortal Lumberjanes are the last hope to save their home-away-from-home!
The Midsummer Masquerade and it’s not exactly a dream. When the question of a couples costume throws Mal and Molly’s relationship into disarray, the rest of the Lumberjanes scramble to help them. And of course now all the decorations are starting to disappear.
Diana got hurt—a lot—and she’s decided to deal with this fact by
purchasing a life-sized robot boyfriend. Mary and La-La host a
podcast about a movie no one’s ever seen. Kelly has dragged her
friend Beth out of her comfort zone—and into a day at the fantasy
market that neither of them will forget. Girl Town collects the
Ignatz Award-winning stories “Radishes” and “Diana’s Electric Tongue”
together with several other tales of young adulthood and the search
for connection. Here are her most acclaimed mini-comics and anthology
contributions, enhanced with new colors and joined by brand-new work.
Bold, infatuated, wounded, or lost, Nowak’s girls shine with life and
longing. Their stories—depicted with remarkable charm and
insight—capture the spirit of our time.