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...

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Title:Jackalope Springs Eternal
Author:Shannon Watters
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Jackalope Springs Eternal Reviews

  • Rob

    The story doesn't really seem to be going anywhere, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. I'd like to know more about the mysteries of the camp, but it can just be fun to read some self contained adventures of the Janes.

    I'm not really sure if the artist has stayed the same or not, but I generally have always found it pretty good. My favorite artwork is always the covers or alternate covers they include at the end of the trades though.

  • Chris Lemmerman

    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, there's no moral to learn or anything this time, it's just fun, which is nice every once in a while.

    There's also a one-shot story included as well which focuses on the new Lumberjanes newsletter which puts the

    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, there's no moral to learn or anything this time, it's just fun, which is nice every once in a while.

    There's also a one-shot story included as well which focuses on the new Lumberjanes newsletter which puts the focus on some of the other campers rather than our main ones which is also a nice change of pace.

    Ayme Sotuyo continues what appears to be an unbroken streak of 12 issues on pencils which I think might be a Lumberjanes first as well.

  • Amanda

    So much fun!

  • Alison

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  • Rachel (Kalanadi)

    The stories are still cute and enjoyable but I really dislike the current artist's style...

  • Václav

    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 are usually brilliant. But comics art got very simplistic and except cute monsters, it lacks, especially in people. Anyway, Lumberjanes has usually nice ideas, and even they are not really unique, they're fun. But

    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 are usually brilliant. But comics art got very simplistic and except cute monsters, it lacks, especially in people. Anyway, Lumberjanes has usually nice ideas, and even they are not really unique, they're fun. But never really well used, elaborated. Lumberjanes plays with that like a toddler with the toys. Drop one, take another look, abandon this one, focus on this here... The idea about a girl and her pets was a cool, but very short and superficial effort. Here and there is more to the Lumberjanes than meets the eye, but the rest is eventually still just comics for the kids.

  • Paula  Phillips

    After the Voice nearly ruined the Lumberjanes camp in Volume # 11, this volume starts quite depressing with the Lumberjanes losing their zest as everything they had come to love was nearly taken away from then and now they are in the mindset that anything dangerous and magical might ruin their life as they know it. Jen their cabin leader doesn't like the atmosphere and she wants her fun and adventurous girls back instead of having them mope around the cabin. Jen knows deep down that the Roanoke

    After the Voice nearly ruined the Lumberjanes camp in Volume # 11, this volume starts quite depressing with the Lumberjanes losing their zest as everything they had come to love was nearly taken away from then and now they are in the mindset that anything dangerous and magical might ruin their life as they know it. Jen their cabin leader doesn't like the atmosphere and she wants her fun and adventurous girls back instead of having them mope around the cabin. Jen knows deep down that the Roanoke cabin can't resist finding new creatures and so she invents a Jackalope which of course the cabin believes is mythical and doesn't exist yet Jen isn't ready to give up on the jackalope hunt. During the girls hunt for the Jackalope they come across a cowgirl who has a set of creatures that are one-eyed and considered freaks. She has been hunting a tornado twister that took her Pa one night and she has tracked it down to the Lumberjane camp. Can the girls help her find her father and discover a jackalope in the midst of it all? Meanwhile at the camp, the Zodiac cabin has decided to create a newsletter and Diane was in charge of Horoscopes though she gave the job to Cassandra and has now unlocked Cassandra's families curse and unleashed a horror on the camp? Can Diane fix what she has broken with the Zodiac cabin's help? Find out in Volume #12 for more magic and mayhem from the Lumberjanes camp. I don't normally get into graphic novels but this is one series that I have fallen in love with and now since I am up-to-date have to wait patiently for a next volume to be released. The Lumberjanes series is the perfect reads that can work for any age from 8+ to adulthood as every generation will find a different reason for loving and enjoying the Lumberjanes.

  • Ken Carter

    I really want this series to do something, but it feels like it's just kind of pumping out issues with no real distinct direction. At this point we're getting saturated with unique characters that we wont ever have time to explore later on, and we just keep meeting new ones with no real sense of direction. The voice was a good move, but now were just continuing aimlessly and not learning much new about the world. It's not bad, but it's not doing anything great anymore.

  • Alissa

    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 *

    * and/or

    and working together

    , solve Mysterious Mystery and/or Big Problem that threatens the Camp...and, having learned *

    , arrive back to camp just in time for S'mores (or some

    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 *

    * and/or

    and working together

    , solve Mysterious Mystery and/or Big Problem that threatens the Camp...and, having learned *

    , arrive back to camp just in time for S'mores (or some other traditional campish activity). And all is well and happy... Until next time...

    *

    Seriously, these things write themselves. Disappointing, because when this started out it was so fresh and creative, but, as with all fresh and creative ideas that don't know when to stop, this was just...well... MEH! And, unfortunately I can't see it getting any better unless something MAJOR changes.

    Not sure I'll continue reading this series.

    p.s. WHAT happened to the artwork? The characters all look like potatoes in here!

  • Dubzor

    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 redirect the series some kind of reboot is necessary. Especially since "The Infernal Compass" was definitely geared towards teens and older youth. Tonal whiplash and whatnot.

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