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When the Yetis are kicked out of their treehouse, it’s up to the Roanokes to win their home back from the Sasquatches that took it over by beating them at roller derby. You just gotta learn to roll with the punches! When the yetis are kicked out of their humble treehouse abode, it’s up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees. When the Yetis are kicked out of their treehouse, it’s up to the Roanokes to win their home back from the Sasquatches that took it over by beating them at roller derby. You just gotta learn to roll with the punches! When the yetis are kicked out of their humble treehouse abode, it’s up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees...and not leeching the camp’s power and making all the ice cream melt. To get the sasquatches to clear out, though, the Roanoke girls will have to challenge them to a roller derby match! This New York Times bestseller and multiple Eisner-Award and GLAAD-award winning series is written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh (Super Cakes) and illustrated by Carolyn Nowak.


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When the Yetis are kicked out of their treehouse, it’s up to the Roanokes to win their home back from the Sasquatches that took it over by beating them at roller derby. You just gotta learn to roll with the punches! When the yetis are kicked out of their humble treehouse abode, it’s up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees. When the Yetis are kicked out of their treehouse, it’s up to the Roanokes to win their home back from the Sasquatches that took it over by beating them at roller derby. You just gotta learn to roll with the punches! When the yetis are kicked out of their humble treehouse abode, it’s up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees...and not leeching the camp’s power and making all the ice cream melt. To get the sasquatches to clear out, though, the Roanoke girls will have to challenge them to a roller derby match! This New York Times bestseller and multiple Eisner-Award and GLAAD-award winning series is written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh (Super Cakes) and illustrated by Carolyn Nowak.

30 review for Lumberjanes, Vol. 9: On a Roll (Lumberjanes (Collected Editions) #9)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Victoria ♡

    This was so good!! I loved that the Yetis were back and I loved the rep! Barney is also one of my favourite characters, though they didn't get too much action in the later issues, I loved the beginning with Barney <3

  2. 4 out of 5

    Loretta

    Yetis! Sasquatches! Roller derby!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    This has the feel of classic Lumberjanes. Crisp storytelling, full of heart and hijinks with a concise ending.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    Read as single issues. I think first time I’ve given lumberjanes only three stars. Hate, hate the art. It made the whole story ugly. (The story was cute, so it wasn’t all bad. But. Damn. They’ve been scraping the barrel with artists, lately.)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I read Lumberjanes Vol. 9 in single issues. The Lumberjanes are back for another volume! Seriously, I couldn’t be happier about the fact that this series is still going strong. I don’t even want to think about the idea of the series eventually ending…so let’s just pretend that that could never happen! The lighter tones of this series have always made this series perfect for an escape. Sure, the fantastical and whimsical elements help too, but mostly it’s the upbeat plots and characters that hel I read Lumberjanes Vol. 9 in single issues. The Lumberjanes are back for another volume! Seriously, I couldn’t be happier about the fact that this series is still going strong. I don’t even want to think about the idea of the series eventually ending…so let’s just pretend that that could never happen! The lighter tones of this series have always made this series perfect for an escape. Sure, the fantastical and whimsical elements help too, but mostly it’s the upbeat plots and characters that help free us from our daily woes. (view spoiler)[ I just love how happy and caring the Lumberjanes always are. It doesn’t matter what the issue is, they’ve always got each other’s backs and they will stubbornly find their way through any mess. And, like any volume, our Lumberjanes naturally found a way to get themselves into a bit of trouble and keep everyone busy at the same time. The first issue is probably the most heartwarming issue of the entire series so far – which I feel like is saying something. I don’t want to ruin it for you, but it’s basically all about Barney and everyone’s reaction to them joining their camp. It’s cute, it’s sweet, and it’s got some funny points too. So it’s perfect. The rest of the volume focuses more on one single plot, which is always fun. Do you remember the Yetis? Well, they’re back. And there are more of them than before. That probably wouldn’t have been a problem, had it not been for…well…the best way to describe them would be cabin stealing hipster Yetis. Yeah, that fits. Granted, the Yetis that had been watching the place weren’t exactly doing their job either, but we probably should have seen that twist coming, right? And Rosie certainly should have seen that coming. But, that’s how it goes at Lumberjanes camp. Anyway, one thing leads to another and before you know it the whole camp is outside a death trap cheering on the Roanoke cabin (plus some other Lumberjanes, of course) as they fight the Yetis…in a roller derby match! Okay, I know how that sounds, but it’s actually really funny and interesting, I promise. I mean, it’s the Lumberjanes. Leave it to them to find a creative solution to the problem. And it’s probably better than trying to actually fight the Yetis. Plus, these guys are harmless – they’re jerks, but they’re harmless. I loved this volume. For one thing, it was nice to see Barney get formally accepted into the Lumberjanes, as well as other the other details that came from that. Seeing the team play roller derby was fun too. I’m not sure if they’ll bring their new roller derby ring up again, but I kind of hope so. (hide spoiler)] For more reviews, check out Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    Another fabulous outing for the Lumberjanes! The representation within this universe continues to be amazing, adding the adorable Barney into the mix. I love that everyone is simply accepting, but also not afraid to ask questions. The roller derby arc was fun, though it isn't as exciting or memorable as some of the previous arcs. I always love Mal and Molly getting some cuteness. I didn't care for the art in this volume as much, as it felt almost rushed or purposefully loose. Just not my style. Another fabulous outing for the Lumberjanes! The representation within this universe continues to be amazing, adding the adorable Barney into the mix. I love that everyone is simply accepting, but also not afraid to ask questions. The roller derby arc was fun, though it isn't as exciting or memorable as some of the previous arcs. I always love Mal and Molly getting some cuteness. I didn't care for the art in this volume as much, as it felt almost rushed or purposefully loose. Just not my style. Still, the Lumberjanes are my favorite girl power group, and I'll be eagerly awaiting the next volume!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tiffani

    Duh. Lumberjanes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy // The Bookish Unicorn

    "This sword works with LITERALLY any outfit. I'm keeping it." Taking sweet fashion advice from April!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Read July 2018 Like the previous volume this one feels a little short (compared to the ones before that) and I feel like the quality of the art has gone down a bit. The first issue in this volume focussed a bit more on Barney and them using they/them pronouns which I really liked. The other issues had Roller Derby, Yeti’s & Sasquatches which was fun, though not my favourite Lumberjanes adventure.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Imogene

    Read as individual issues. Three reasons why Lumberjanes vol 9 is amaze balls. 1. Hardcore Lady type tweens playing roller derby, embracing their strength, embracing their teamwork, kicking Sasquatch butt, saving Sasquatch butt, making Sasquatch friends, and starting a new camp tradition. 2. Genuine apologies for past mistakes, including one without an excuse! 3. A genuine, awesome, totally woke discussion of pronouns and gender choices and non-binary gender that is just accepted because it’s totall Read as individual issues. Three reasons why Lumberjanes vol 9 is amaze balls. 1. Hardcore Lady type tweens playing roller derby, embracing their strength, embracing their teamwork, kicking Sasquatch butt, saving Sasquatch butt, making Sasquatch friends, and starting a new camp tradition. 2. Genuine apologies for past mistakes, including one without an excuse! 3. A genuine, awesome, totally woke discussion of pronouns and gender choices and non-binary gender that is just accepted because it’s totally cool and they AND They are totally cool and the campers have lots of other stuff going on like ice cream and a friend who might be in trouble with their parents. 4. Sasquatches. (It’s so cool that I had to add an extra on)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Greyson (Grey) Edwards [Use Your Words]

    Lumberjanes Series Ratings: Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy: ★★★★★ Lumberjanes, Vol. 2: Friendship to the Max: ★★★★★ Lumberjanes, Vol. 3: A Terrible Plan: ★★★★★ Lumberjanes, Vol. 4: Out of Time: ★★★★★ Lumberjanes, Vol. 5: Band Together: ★★★★★ Lumberjanes, Vol. 6: Sink or Swim: ★★★★★ Lumberjanes, Vol. 7: A Bird's-Eye View: TBR Lumberjanes, Vol. 8: Stone Cold : TBR Lumberjanes, Vol. 9: TBR Lumberjanes, Vol. 10: Parents' Day : TBR — ___ │Blog│Instagram│Twitter│Tumblr│

  12. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    Read as single issues. This was a really fun volume focusing mainly on a roller derby game of the Lumberjanes vs some Sasquatches for the purpose of helping out their Yeti friends. You know, that very common thing. There was also a one-off issue focusing on Barney's cabin and welcoming them to camp which I really enjoyed. Although I would like it if Barney played a larger role in the main series. I really like them and it feels like they're generally just there for a few pages and then gone agai Read as single issues. This was a really fun volume focusing mainly on a roller derby game of the Lumberjanes vs some Sasquatches for the purpose of helping out their Yeti friends. You know, that very common thing. There was also a one-off issue focusing on Barney's cabin and welcoming them to camp which I really enjoyed. Although I would like it if Barney played a larger role in the main series. I really like them and it feels like they're generally just there for a few pages and then gone again. I know that the story is mainly focusing on the Roanoke cabin but I feel like there could definitely be more issues focusing on some other campers.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    RUMBLEJANES. The Roanokes challenge Sasquatches to a roller derby jam--if they win, the Yetis get to move back into their treehouse that the Sasquatches have taken over. First, I really really loved the first issue, focused on Barney's Zodiac cabin mates. I like seeing them developed, and I liked how it played through the rest of the issues. And then, well, roller derby, man. Do I really have to say more? Funny, charming, sweet. Wasn't as totally enamored of the art as I have been, but it was a v RUMBLEJANES. The Roanokes challenge Sasquatches to a roller derby jam--if they win, the Yetis get to move back into their treehouse that the Sasquatches have taken over. First, I really really loved the first issue, focused on Barney's Zodiac cabin mates. I like seeing them developed, and I liked how it played through the rest of the issues. And then, well, roller derby, man. Do I really have to say more? Funny, charming, sweet. Wasn't as totally enamored of the art as I have been, but it was a very enjoyable romp.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pinky

    Greek Goddess Diane works out a deal with Rosie to stay with the Lumberjanes: she must give up her powers and live as a mortal while on earth. This lasts approximately 2 seconds and Diane is off searching for magical traps. The Lumberjanes run into a group of Yetis. And there is a roller derby show down. We finally learn a little more about Barney, who self-identified as "them" and calls out to Marsha P. Johnson as an historical icon of power during a moment of need.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin

    Yetis, Sasquatch, and roller derby. If you're not sold on that, perhaps the Lumberjane's mix of child endangerment, magic, and friendship aren't for you. Another fun adventure, with just enough ridiculous moments.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    As I’ve said before and I’ll say a million times, Lumberjanes and Squirrel Girl are my favorite ongoing graphic novels. This one continues that steak with a super cool roller derby plot. And as always, I finish the volume thinking “that seemed so short I want more!!!”

  17. 5 out of 5

    Air

    This is always a fun, fast, little read. I loved the Roller Derby aspects in this volume, and all the inclusion it preaches. I still miss the original first few volumes, where it felt like an actual story with real character, but I do appreciate the later ones.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kaiti

    Lumberjanes comics are always so fun and fresh and about girls supporting other girls (and now girls supporting and being supported by a non-binary character) and it's just so refreshing. I wish the Lumberjanes had been around when I was younger but I'm okay with reading them all now too.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    I may not have loved the art, but the super easy to understand conversation about gender pronouns makes up for it. Plus, roller derby.

  20. 5 out of 5

    laura (bookies & cookies)

    Roller Derby! Yetis! Sasquatches! I literally never know what to expect

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Read as single issues.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    This series can do no wrong! Now to wait until December for the next volume...

  23. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    The last few have not been nearly as good as the early volumes. Interestingly, the intended audience seems to have gotten younger.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Ranger

    This was another exciting volume in the Lumberjanes series. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an action-packed graphic novel with heart.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I wasn’t expecting Roller Derby, but it works!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    3.5 roller derby arch! Very fun and I got to learn more about the sport which was interesting.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I loved the roller derby names.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jean Carrier

    Yetis & rollar derby! Ha!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Carl

    I'm glad Barney is fitting in.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    The story probably would be more enjoyable if the art wasn’t getting so sloppy. The characters look nothing like they used to. Hopefully they do a better job of the next volume.

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