RICH REVIEWS: Lumberjanes: True Colors
Title: Lumberjanes: True Colors (GN)
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Lilah Sturges
Illustrated by: Polterink
Lettered by: Jim Campbell
Cover by: Alexa Sharpe
Created by: Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson & Brooklyn Allen
Price: $ 14.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The Lumberjanes summer camp is nearing its end. They have had some strange adventures there.
The art is black and white with splashes of color thrown in works nicely.
Jen the counselor for the Lumberjanes is being evaluated. So she is on edge. Her evaluator Dana is one nice person. She has such a lovely personality.
Ripley now is having an identity crisis. She looks at herself one way and she is finding out others look at her another way. She runs off and finds a zebracorn on a skateboard yes really.
Ripley is finding out that fitting in is not as fun as standing out. She is finding out that being herself was a lot more fun and that she does play an important part in her friend’s lives.
So with Jen in charge and Ripley forgotten, pus a zebracorn running around can things get any wilder well these are Lumberjanes at camp so yes a fire breathing dragon shows up to.
The art is so much fun. Magical beasts are real here and some things are so strange. The Lumberjanes are cute with a fun adventurous side.
With all that is going on here, the basic story is about being who you really are, you should be yourself. Being who you are is the best thing for you.