The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

Vol. 1, Squirrel Power

Paperback - 2015
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"Wolverine, Deadpool, Doctor Doom, Thanos: There's one hero that's beaten them all-and now she's got her own ongoing series! (Not that she's bragging.) That's right, you asked for it, you got it, it's Squirrel Girl! (She's also starting college this semester.) It's the start of a brand-new set of adventures starring the nuttiest and most upbeat super hero in the world!"--provided from Amazon.com.
Published: New York, NY :, Marvel Worldwide, Inc., a subsidary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC,, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780785197027
0785197028
Branch Call Number: GN UNB VOL. 1
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,chiefly color illustrations ;,26 cm.

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GeeksInTheLibrary Oct 17, 2017

Not only is Doreen a new college student, she's an undefeated mutant badass! Somehow she's got to learn to balance the two without going nuts. Good for people who liked Pollyanna, but wished the titular heroine would have punched more people.

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ryankuang
Sep 16, 2017

Nice try, Ryan North, but CS students don't have lives outside of class.

Beatricksy Nov 28, 2016

Let it be known that I don't really read comic books--I read manga much more regularly--so I'm not really the right audience for this. I found the artwork almost distractingly ugly, and the main character almost too peppy. It felt very Noelle Steveson, but I like Nimona as a story much more. But it's bright and colorful and funny and easy to read, especially for a novice comic book reader.

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Keogh
May 31, 2016

Admittedly, I am probably the wrong reader for this book, and it would appeal to someone else. Personally, the character is written in a way that I found grating early on, and that only deteriorated from there.

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chaz_1
Apr 12, 2016

My 7 year-old grand-daughter wanted to dress-up as Squirrel Girl after reading it, a ringing endorsement. The character is light but empowering. She is able to talk out of many of her crises. The origin story is a little strange.

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Kyanite
Apr 08, 2016

Fun for adults and kids alike. My son, who's seven, wasn't even half way through when he started bugging me about getting book 2. Since it was in the teen section, I read it first to make sure it was OK, and I didn't see anything that I wouldn't give to children. And I'm glad I read it - it was cute and funny.

cmlibrary_jrobinson Feb 18, 2016

A quirky heroine with her endearing sidekick(s).

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historyiscool
Feb 14, 2016

Fantastic! My 8 year old and I read this together and loved it (all ages - not just for teens!)

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Sep 16, 2017

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May 10, 2016

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Dec 07, 2015

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