The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 4: I Kissed a Squirrel and I Liked It

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 4: I Kissed a Squirrel and I Liked It

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The hero who refuses to be beat celebrates 11 consecutive issues without a new #1! And she's letting you seize the chance to be the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl in a choose-your-own path encounter with Swarm, buzzkill made of bees! Then, Doreen takes charge of her life -her love life, that is - and starts dating. But just who will kiss a Squirrel and like it? Surely not...Mole Man?! When the subterranean super villain falls deep in love, he's willing to hold the world hostage to get Doreen's attention. Can she save everything without becoming Mrs. Mole Man? But enough with the hearts and the flowers and the kissing, you read this book for computer science and super heroics (not necessarily in that order). You'll get both - and more - in a showdown with Count Nefaria!

Collecting: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 7-11

Title:The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 4: I Kissed a Squirrel and I Liked It
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780785196273
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    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 4: I Kissed a Squirrel and I Liked It Reviews

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Quite possibly my favourite volume of this series yet. After a shaky volume 3 (mostly because that Doctor Doom story was too long), this one gets right back on its feet, eats nuts, and kicks butts.We ...

  • Paul E. McPaulface

    I want to like this book so much more than I actually do. On paper, it sounds tailor made for me: stupid characters getting up to surreal hijinks with an unhealthy dose of punning! In practice, I find...

  • Chad

    The writing has gotten a little better and some of the jokes actually land, but it's still hard to get past that awful art. Jacob Chabot does come in on the last issue and show Erica Henderson how to ...

  • Calista

    Quirky, fun and enjoyable as ever. I enjoyed this volume. What other graphic novel/comic is going to have a whole issue devoted to computer programming and it's how she defeats the villain. Only Squir...

  • Jessica

    Squirrel Girl comics are always enjoyable and this was no exception. I liked how clever this volume was. The choose your own adventure comic was so much fun. Plus, Doreen’s foray into online dating ...

  • LynnDee (LynnDee's Library)

    5 FUCKING STARS!! Was this my favorite because it gave commentary on what it's like to be a woman on the dating scene? Short answer: yes. Long answer: FUCK YES. Was it my favorite because it said thin...

  • Bradley

    Corny? Check. Happy? Check. A healthy (or unhealthy) dose of computer science humor, basic instruction, and core principles? Check.Oh, and a super creepy date sequence. I'm sorry, but Mole Man should ...

  • Sesana

    Fantastic. This collection is bookended by one-off issues, a choose your own adventure style comic and a dream explanation of basic computer science concepts. The meat of the collection is Mole Man's ...

  • Diz

    I laugh more when I'm reading Squirrel Girl than I do with any other comic, and volume 4 delivers the laughs in spades. Squirrel Girl fights Nightmare with computer science (which was quite educationa...

  • Cale

    Squirrel Girl tackles dating, and things go hilariously wrong in multiple ways. This volume is even more fun than the previous time-travel with Dr. Doom (although reading the choose-your-own-adventure...