Jackalope Springs Eternal

Jackalope Springs Eternal

When Counselor Jen takes the Roanoke scouts on a mission to find a Jackalope, they end up stumbling on a young cowgirl who?s been living in the woods surrounding camp with her herd of unusual critters! In the aftermath of the time shenanigans set off by Jo?s Mysterious Time Thingy, the Roanoke scouts are a little bit uneasy on their feet. It?s up to Jen to cheer them up and When Counselor Jen takes the Roanoke scouts on a mission to find a Jackalope, they end up stumbling on a young ...

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Title:Jackalope Springs Eternal
Author:Shannon Watters
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1684153808
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Jackalope Springs Eternal Reviews

  • Brandy
    Aug 16, 2019
    I freakin' loved the Lumberjanes, But lately it's been getting ... well, frankly, boring. The girls have lost a lot of their spark and the plots are dull and repetitive. This time, the Mysterious Creature They Seek is a jackalope, and the monster-of-the-week is ... a sentient tornado t...
  • Shelley
    Aug 18, 2019
    The janes are all stressed out after their timey wimey mishap, and Jen knows just the thing to get them back to themselves: a jackalope hunt. Charming and fun as always, I enjoyed the newspaper subplot with Cassie (and it's perfect resolution), and Emmy the pioneer. Still not a fan of ...
  • John
    Sep 12, 2019
    The search for a jackalope leads to an encounter with a pretty unusual ?cattle? herd; then the camp newsletter is revived?with a frighteningly accurate horoscope section. Fun, yup, yup... but not a good place to start the series, because the characters and back stories are well d...
  • Kristen
    Sep 14, 2019
    This new adventure has a new character and the hunt for a Jackalope. I really just love these girls and their fun adventures. There wasn't a ton of depth to this one, but more a filler it seems like. I did especially like the part about the horoscopes and the camp newsletter. ...
  • Jennifer
    Jul 30, 2019
    It?s fitting that the title of this volume is called JACKALOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL, because after the sub-par quality of the last two volumes I was ready to give up on the series, and this volume was going to be the decider. I?m happy to say that I enjoyed the two storylines happen...
  • Alissa
    Aug 02, 2019
    Unfortunately, this series is kind of losing steam for me. I still love the characters, but it seems like the same plot is getting recycled over and over for each volume: The 'Janes go into the forest around the camp, encounter *insert quirky new character* and/or *insert Monster of...
  • Shannon
    Aug 04, 2019
    Individual issue reviews: #45 | #46 | #47 | #48 Total review score: 2.5 ...
  • Patricia
    Aug 10, 2019
    I still really like the storylines, but the art is definitely not as good as it once was. ...
  • Amanda
    Aug 31, 2019
    So much fun! ...
  • Cliff
    Sep 17, 2019
    I can't bring myself to rate this one too highly. It's fairly light, due to the aftermath of their previous encounter. So, we get a couple of stories, one about Roanoke, but the second dealing more with the aptly named Zodiac cabin. But then again, Lumberjanes has always been about ...
  • Dubzor
    Aug 07, 2019
    Somewhere along the lines this comic lost something. I mean...it was never super gritty or dark or anything, but it felt like it used to swing for an older audience that it's currently gunning for. Which is not inherently bad...I guess? It just seems to me that if you wanted to redirec...
  • Bexa
    Aug 06, 2019
    Still really cute, but nothing amazing like the first few issues. Though I do appreciate the appearance of the Hodag. I also wish they would use the original artist, because I'm not a fan of the current ones. Still want to keep reading, just not as into it as I was at the beginning. ...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Aug 02, 2019
    This one's just fun, if I'm being honest. After the gloom and doom of the previous volume, this one gets a bit more loose and simple, with the 'Janes trying to rise their spirits after said gloom and doom, as well as making some new animal friends along the way. It's nothing too deep, ...
  • Katie
    Sep 20, 2019
    The Lumberjanes are rightfully freaked out by the ominous voice that tries to convince them to do bad things, so they're laying low. In order to convince the girls to not dwell on the negatives, Jen gets them out and meets new strange folk. And they try to find a jackalope. ...
  • Emily
    Nov 17, 2018
    read as individual issues ...
  • Cale
    Aug 18, 2019
    While this is a fun volume, full of crazy creatures and interesting characters, most of it seems to have lost any sense of the summer camp. It may be because most of it takes place in the forest with a character from a different time period. Emmy's rancher character reminded me quite a...
  • Sylvia
    Sep 04, 2019
    Eh, the art again. I'm just not feeling it as much as the previous artwork. The storyline this time was better, and I did like camp newsletter story as well. I really did like the cover art by Michelle Wong in the back of the volume though. ...
  • Odhran
    Jan 18, 2019
    I hate how far the trades are behind the comics. The issues are at least two full trades past this point. (Read as separates, obvi.) ...
  • Liz
    Mar 24, 2019
    Jen was actually the ones dragging the girls into adventure this volume which was a welcome change. I thought Emmy and her herd of misfits were really cute. Also liked the story with Diane and Cassie. ...
  • Anna Goldberg
    Aug 25, 2019
    I?m really sad about this, but Lumberjanes is losing its magic for me. The storylines have become repetitive and overly simplistic, and the artwork has gone downhill as well. I?m not happy about it since it?s one of my favorite comic series, but the past few volumes have just bee...
  • Rachel (Kalanadi)
    Sep 08, 2019
    The stories are still cute and enjoyable but I really dislike the current artist's style... ...
  • Satrina T
    Jul 31, 2019
    After last volume's attack on the camp, we see the girls recovering but they seem worried and sad so Jen finds a new project to get them out there again. While searching for a jackalope they meet Emmy. My favorite thing in this volume was Jen becoming more adventurous for the sake o...
  • Arkham Reviews
    Aug 25, 2019
    The series is cute and fun, but this series is starting to become mostly filler. Volume 11 felt as though the plot was starting to build again, but those events are only briefly referenced in this one. Instead, this is another stand alone adventure where the girls help out someone in n...
  • Jennifer Ranger
    Sep 17, 2019
    Although not as laugh-out-loud funny as the first few volumes in this series, this title had the great characters I've come to love and the action was non-stop. I highly recommend this series to anyone looking for a light, fantasy series about a great group of friends. ...
  • Samantha Mielke
    Aug 11, 2019
    :( The latest issues have not had the magic or writing of the early volumes. The plots and characterization seem rushed as well as even the artwork seems to have less detail than it used to. Loved Michelle Wong's cover art at the back of this edition and wish she could do more art for ...
  • Katherine
    Aug 19, 2019
    The Lumberjanes are safe and sound, after their last crazy adventure put them all on shaky ground. Jen is concerned that they?re sticking to their cabin too much, the girls haven?t gotten up to any mischief in weeks. So she devises a wonderful, conspicuous plan to get them all outs...
  • Václav
    Feb 13, 2019
    Lumberjanes went down with quality and originality of stories quite fast, but I was missing to realise the art went down too. Got simpler, easier, dull. And while the true execution of the comics was like a roller-coaster, the visual side went slowly down. One thing is the covers. They...
  • Natasha Johnson
    Jul 26, 2019
    Read as individuals. I'm starting not to love these like I first did. It seems it's not the same quality of content. But I still read because I love the characters and I have hope lol. Not even the illustrations are as good IMO ...
  • isla
    Sep 02, 2019
    2.5. It seems that, somehow, I'm almost dreading my library receiving copies of the forthcoming Lumberjanes. The art style isn't at its worst, but isn't particularly interesting; every character has the same face, same build, same everything other than the occasional skin tone or hair ...
  • angelofmine1974
    Sep 11, 2019
    I am finally all caught up! This one was by far the most funniest one out of the entire series. April licking things and Ripley even being more sillier. The girls meet a cowgirl and some strange (yes strange) creatures. There's actually two different stories in this novel. The other on...