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Campfire girls: ‘Lumberjanes’ #9 is a great jumping-on point

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Chynna Clugston Flores

If you read about comic books on the Internet, and I have reason to believe you do, then chances are you’ve seen a lot this year about Lumberjanes.

And there’s good reason for that. First, the monthly series from BOOM! Studios is the sort of book many talkers-about-comic have been saying we need more of forever: It’s full of strong female protagonists, and it’s the work of strong female creators. (It’s a comic book about a group of awesome ladies, by awesome ladies!)

Second, and more importantly, it’s really, really good. It’s the story of five teenage best friends who occupy the Roanoke cabin of their Girl Scouts-like summer camping organization — April, Jo, Mal, Molly and Ripley — and their discovery of, and battles, against all kinds of weirdness in the woods around them. In the first, eight-issue arc they became involved in a contest between Greek gods, fighting three-eyed woodland creatures, yetis, dinosaurs and giant lightning bugs in the process. All that while earning merit badges.

Why do I bring this up? Well because if you’ve been reading about Lumberjanes and haven’t yet sampled it, this week’s issue is a pretty great jumping-on point.
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SDCC | BOOM! Studios unveils convention exclusives

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BOOM! Studios and its imprints KaBOOM!, BOOM! Box and Archaia are returning to Comic-Con International with a packed roster of creators — from David Petersen and Noelle Stevenson to Eric Powell and James Tynion IV — signing at the publisher’s booth (#2229).

Of course, there’s also a long list of convention-exclusive variants, for the Cartoon Network titles, Lumberjanes, The Woods and more, and limited-edition hardcovers. Plus, don’t forget those Lumberjanes Scout Badges.

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SDCC | BOOM! to debut exclusive ‘Lumberjanes’ scout patches

lumberjanes patchesNo sooner did the “Which Lumberjane Are You?” quiz debut, complete with a question about which scout badge you’d earn first, than BOOM! Studios announced it will debut an exclusive set of those patches at Comic-Con International.

Designed by Kate Leth (Bravest Warriors, Adventure Time: Seeing Red), the iron-on patches are based on those featured so prominently in the BOOM! Box imprint’s breakout series.

Created by Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis and Noelle Stevenson, written by Ellis and Stevenson, and illustrated by Brooke Allen, Lumberjanes centers on five teen girls — Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley — who head off to summer camp, only to be faced with monsters in the woods and a mystery that puts the whole world at risk. The comic, which premiered in April, was upgraded from a miniseries to an ongoing in May.

The Lumberjanes Scout Patches Set, available for $20 at the BOOM! Studios booth (#2229), features:

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‘Lumberjanes’ gets promoted to ongoing series

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Lumberjanes, the critically acclaimed BOOM! Studios comic by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Brooke Allen and Shannon Watters, has been upgraded to an ongoing series.

Announced as an eight-issue miniseries from the publisher’s fledgling BOOM! Box imprint, Lumberjanes centers on five teen girls — Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley — who head off to summer camp, only to be faced with monsters in the woods and a mystery that puts the whole world at risk.

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BOOM! teaser wants readers to ‘Remember why you’re here’

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BOOM! Studios has released a teaser for an unknown upcoming series. The teaser, which features an image of a man on the phone, looking into a mirror, sports the caption, “Why don’t I remember my face? Remember why you’re here.”

It’s reportedly the first of many images that will build up to the reveal of the series and its creative team. It’s unknown whether the title is a part of the publisher’s BOOM! Box line, a new comic being announced in anticipation of April 2014 solicitation reveals, or both. It’s likely more details will surface as the week progresses.

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