The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 2: Squirrel You Know It's True

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  • Title: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 2: Squirrel You Know It's True
  • Author: Ryan North Erica Henderson
  • ISBN: 9780785197034
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • The breakout character of 2015 continues her one woman crusade against injustice and jerks These TAILS of the Squirrel Girl will show you the Marvel Universe s most powerful super hero from a bunch of brand new perspectives, several of them Quite Astonishing.Collecting The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 5 8, material from GLX Mas Special, The Thing 8, Age of Heroes 3

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    1. (Apparently I read this out of order and thought it was Vol 1. I don't feel that I missed anything, really. It could be read as a stand-alone, but a couple of the notes make better sense now.)Heh. Unpopular opinion time, I guess. I thought I would like this. I wanted to like it. It wasn't bad. It just wasn't that great, in my view.I liked Squirrel Girl. I thought her friends really cluttered things up. I liked the glimpses we got to see of other famous superheroes: Captain America, Spider Man, T [...]

    2. So much fun. I love Squirrel Girl, simply because she's never meant to be taken seriously and is still so endearingly earnest anyways. It's wonderfully silly, even while the events in the book are being taken seriously by the characters in the book. This is a book that I think my niece would really get a kick out of, and I can enjoy it, too, so win-win. Actually, I think that this would probably be a favorite comic of the Lumberjanes cast, which is a really wonderful thing. Squirrel Girl isn't q [...]

    3. Ten things I have loved, and continue to love, about Squirrel Girl:1.) Body positivity2.) A relentless refusal to be anyone other than herself3.) She's got a silly, dad-joke type sense of humor4.) CAT THOR (and I don't even really like cats. At all.)5.) The shit she gives to Iron Man (and the way she interacts with the rest of the Marvel universe on the whole)6.) Those footnotes! 7.) The letter to the editors are always full of SO MUCH positivity8.) Diverse, inclusive, and no 'tokens' here!9.) D [...]

    4. All right, I liked it, but it took me a while to get into it. I am not a big fan of the art, so didn't feel drawn in. It's the garish color scheme. Maybe that's a small thing. But it made me keep putting it down, picking it up. But to be fair: the energy and positive girl power spirit continues, which is all good, and I like the whole silly squirrel girl and sidekick-who-is-actually-a-squirrel thing, and all the readers who send pictures of themselves with squirrels, my fave one from a squirrel [...]

    5. Although not as cute as the first volume, it was super great to meet the rest of Doreen's superhero team and watch her get to beat up ******** and steal his ******* and have them not even ******! And then Nancy figured out the answer while hanging out with ****** and ****** on ******! TEAMWORK! \o/Probably what made this feel so weird is that some guest artists drew Doreen and I recoiled from the page because no. It made me want to KICK BUTTS. Can I just petition Marvel to only allow Erica Hende [...]

    6. OK, I think this book is starting to grow on me (like mould) as I actually quite enjoyed this second volume. Maybe I'm mellowing in my old age or senility is kicking in.Charming, harmless, frothy fun Nothing great but to keep saying mean things about it would feel too much like kicking a puppy.P.S. It's only with the introduction of Chipmunk Hunk and Koi Boi that I've realised that, in the US, 'Squirrel Girl' rhymes. Here in the UK, we pronounce the E in squirrel, making it a two syllable word. [...]

    7. Continuing Marvel's best and funniest meta-comic, this time with an epic to rival the Galactus/Planet of Nuts arc.Loki changing himself into [NO SPOILERS HERE] to annoy his brother is the highlight of highlights.

    8. This book is funny as hell. I'm so happy to have a book that's actually funny, and to see a character who is confident without having to throw out lines about her confidence all the time or fight a bunch of straw men created to make a point about how she's good at this and that. She's doing what I want in comics, kicking ass and cracking wise. It's exactly what I love about Spider-Man. Okay, part of what I love. There isn't quite the emotional depth for me, or not yet at least, but this definite [...]

    9. So fun! I can't wait to read more from this world.I loved the commentary on the bottom of each page. I also loved her group of friends! Such great variety and glad to see some fun characters who aren't all white dudes. I need more superheroes like this! Or I just need to keep reading Squirrel Girl. ^_^

    10. okay so i had all these dumb new year's resolutions like 'exercise 30 minutes every day' and 'wash the dishes regularly' but you know what? i have seen the light. forget my whole list, my new new year's resolution is to be more like squirrel girlit encompasses everything one should strive for in life! as i accept the power of SQUIRREL into my life i will be blessed with the following:1) COMP SCI POWERS2) THE ABILITY TO SPEAK TO SQUIRRELS3) THE ABILITY TO USE ENVY TO ADDRESS FLAWS IN MY NATURE AN [...]

    11. This second volume did not disappoint. I'm only mad at myself for not picking up the series last year when people began raving about it. As usual, I'm late to the party. But better late than never, because it has quickly shot up my list of comic faves. If you like puns, friendships, squirrels, and hilarity (and why wouldn't you like any or all of those things?), I cannot recommend this enough.

    12. More fast-paced fun in this volume! I loved meeting new superheroes Chipmunk Hunk and Koi Boy, and the first issue, where bystanders tell stories they've heard about Squirrel Girl, is hilarious. Love this series!

    13. I adore Squirrel Girl. The art is fun and the stories make me smile. This collection gave a lot more page time to Doreen's cat-loving friend Nancy, who is awesome--and her creation Cat-Thor even came to life thanks to Loki. The flashbacks to the old Squirrel Girl were the one off-note for me, as for some reason I find the old art (even redone in modern style) kinda creepy.

    14. *4.5 stars*OK, there's only one thing wrong with having read Volume 2 of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: I can't find any pre-order listings for Volume 3. When is Volume 3 coming out???? If any of you guys know, please tell me!The first issue in this volume felt a little scattered and unfocused, which is why this is a 4.5 star review instead of a 5 star review, but even in the first issue, there were bits I found really funny, and after that, I just kept on laughing out loud and loving it all the [...]

    15. This title continues to delight. It's just so enthusiastic about everything that you can't help but love it. I like that they are including the letters pages in the reprints. I always enjoyed reading those back when letters pages in comics were a common thing. It's so nice to realize that other folks are as into a title as you are.Cat Thor! Yes! And Loki! North has the bickering siblings thing down pat. Nice to see a particular character from Norse mythology making an appearance They almost lost [...]

    16. I'm seriously in love.And, like, I've never really considered cosplaying much (beyond, say, generic Hufflepuff student), but even though I don't have anywhere to actually cosplay, I was thinking about how I could pull off a halfway decent Squirrel Girl outfit. THIS IS HOW GREAT THIS BOOK IS.It's too bad Marvel on Comixology doesn't let you download your books; otherwise, I'd totally subscribe right this second.

    17. This series continues to be fun! I love how lighthearted it is but at the same time puts a different spin on the story. Defeating the bad guy is not the standard beat it out. Although there is fighting, Squirrel Girl is always looking for that alternative to end the fight. Interaction with Nancy and her new friends is fun and I love how the popular superheroes are portrayed. Definitely going to keep going!

    18. Five out of five freaking stars.The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is my new OBSESSION!PROs:EVERYTHING!CONs:NOTHING!If I have any coherent thoughts later, I will write them down for sure.But just so you know, you needed to read this series like yesterday BECAUSE IT'S SO FREAKING GOOD!

    19. I enjoyed the first ones second half but this volume kind of dragged and dragged. The start of it was fun enough, and I still LOVE the twitter parts of it but the restying too hard to be funny/cute and it's kind of just boring. The art is still just okay and the story just goes at a snail's pace. I think might drop this one, for it's not bad, it's just not for me.

    20. Similar to the first one, this volume of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl continues to entertain me. In this volume, I found the first issue to be one of the cutest. Lots of people are being held hostage in the Statue of Liberty and while they wait for rescue, some of them tell stories about how they know Squirrel Girl and all of them but her roommate (which is still a secret) are WAY off base. The book did kind of lose me with the introduction on 'Munk Hunk and Koi Boy but hey, it's a comic that do [...]

    21. You remember that Batman episode where different kids gave their individual take on the Dark Knight? Imagine that with Squirrel Girl.Also, there's screaming at zoo animals, a hippo man, a legitimately terrifying squirrel-based foe, and reprints of some of Doreen's fun old appearances.It's worth it for Thor's reaction to .

    22. Squirrel Girl is irreverently funny and chock full of (squirrel) girl power. Doreen Green's roommate, Nancy Whitehead is one of my all-time favorite characters. Her Cat Thor fan fiction is pure genius. As with the first volume, I had some trouble reading the font. My eyes are horrible and the font seems extra tiny, especially the quips at the bottoms of the pages. Also, I could really do without the older versions of Squirrel Girl that keep getting thrown in--what's up with those weird Joker eye [...]

    23. Doreen is back in another volume filled with crazy adventures, bad guys from space, and plenty of guest appearances. Squirrel Girl gains some awesome friends in Squirrel You Know It's True, and she continues to fight crime and save the world in her lovely unconventional way.

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