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

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

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...

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Title:The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 4: I Kissed a Squirrel and I Liked It
Author:Ryan North
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ISBN:0785196277
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 4: I Kissed a Squirrel and I Liked It Reviews

  • John H
    Jan 29, 2017

    Squirrel Girl is pretty much my favorite.

  • Crowinator
    Dec 21, 2016

    This might be the best one yet. All the stars for the dating storyline alone.

  • Norman Kim
    Oct 14, 2016

    Still my favorite marvel title! What a great team of creators. I was wary of seeing a new artist in the final issue for the dream sequences, but I'm glad Erica Henderson's still on top. Mole man is stupid but written so well. Also the choose-your-adventure was hilarious.

  • Amy
    Jan 02, 2017

    Squirrel Girl deals with unwanted romantic attention and kicks butt in the process. Of course! (Also, eats nuts)

  • Brian
    Dec 21, 2016

    Still one of the best currently offered Marvel titles....and one I'm proud to share with my daughter, too!

  • Clint
    Jan 30, 2017

    The first issue in this collected edition is in a "choose your own adventure" format and it worked so well -- I was impressed by how well it was pulled off. I expected the rest of the book to be enjoyable, as all of the preceding issues have been, but my expectations were far exceeded!

    It's well-known among my friends how passionately I loathe dream sequences in narratives. However, the last issue in this trade handled the construct well. The dream-world and dream-logic didn't irk me; in fact, it

    The first issue in this collected edition is in a "choose your own adventure" format and it worked so well -- I was impressed by how well it was pulled off. I expected the rest of the book to be enjoyable, as all of the preceding issues have been, but my expectations were far exceeded!

    It's well-known among my friends how passionately I loathe dream sequences in narratives. However, the last issue in this trade handled the construct well. The dream-world and dream-logic didn't irk me; in fact, it was a refreshing take on the subject.

    I highly recommend this series to everyone.

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Dec 12, 2016

    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 open with a done-in-one Choose Your Own Adventure issue as Koi Boi and Squirrel Girl battle Swarm. In a year of innovative comic designs, this one stands out near the top. Not only is it great fun, but you can re-read it at least three times and get slightly different endings. Plus, Galactus.

    The bul

    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 open with a done-in-one Choose Your Own Adventure issue as Koi Boi and Squirrel Girl battle Swarm. In a year of innovative comic designs, this one stands out near the top. Not only is it great fun, but you can re-read it at least three times and get slightly different endings. Plus, Galactus.

    The bulk of the book is the eponymous I Kissed A Squirrel... three issue arc that has Mole Man basically wreck the planet because Doreen won't go on a date with him. This one is a great story about how relationships can be various degrees of toxic, and how you should treat other people. Plus Doreen kicks a three-headed dragon in the face.

    The final issue is the only one not pencilled by Erica Henderson as Jacob Chabot drops in for a dream sequence issue that pits Doreen against Nightmare, who she must defeat using computer science! Seriously, it's amazing.

    I laughed out loud at least once per issue reading this; Squirrel Girl is a breath of fresh air and should be on everyone's book shelves.

  • Katharine
    Dec 25, 2016

    I am having a very TUSG Xmas this year.

    This volume has it all: Choose your own adventure, the perils of online dating, and Nancy Whitehead being my fav.

  • LynnDee (The Library Lush)
    Feb 05, 2017

    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 things like "you think just because you're nice to me, I owe you something?" and "you don't get points just because you're not a tool?"

    Was it my favorite because the notes at the bottom made LOL???

    YES.

    Was it my favorite because Squirrel Girl is queen?

    Yes, Yes, and...FUCK YES.

  • Kaysy Ostrom
    Feb 12, 2017

    Amazing!!!!!!