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

  • Crowinator
    Dec 21, 2016

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

  • Alex Sarll
    Aug 24, 2016

    It's bookended by a choose-your-own-adventure takedown of Swarm (who, as a Nazi made of radioactive bees, has one of the best villain concepts ever) and an issue which introduces basic computing concepts through the medium of a very strange dream. But, as the title's pun sort of suggests, the main story here sees Doreen face her greatest challenge yet: dating. Put it this way: the Sentinel is probably the best of them. Both superhero truther Brad, and the Mole Man's new turn as a self-proclaimed

    It's bookended by a choose-your-own-adventure takedown of Swarm (who, as a Nazi made of radioactive bees, has one of the best villain concepts ever) and an issue which introduces basic computing concepts through the medium of a very strange dream. But, as the title's pun sort of suggests, the main story here sees Doreen face her greatest challenge yet: dating. Put it this way: the Sentinel is probably the best of them. Both superhero truther Brad, and the Mole Man's new turn as a self-proclaimed nice guy whom she owes a chance (and if she doesn't give him one, he'll sink Earth's landmarks), are painfully and hilariously well-observed.

  • Matthew Hedgecock
    Sep 15, 2016

    Still one of the best books Marvel is putting out. You haven't lived until you've seen a fedora-tipping Mole Man romantically pursue SG after being friendzoned.

  • 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.

  • Anna
    Dec 30, 2016

    North and Henderson continue to make me laugh and fall in love with the Marvel universe. Nancy Whitehead? Who wouldn't want her as a best friend--she's straightforward, writes Thor fanfiction (if Thor was really a cat), and all-around awesome. Galactus? New favorite non-hero, just chilling in his heart-covered boxers, casually chomping a planet or two. And of course Doreen Green, the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl herself, eating nuts and kicking butts. And getting better at computer science. And adul

    North and Henderson continue to make me laugh and fall in love with the Marvel universe. Nancy Whitehead? Who wouldn't want her as a best friend--she's straightforward, writes Thor fanfiction (if Thor was really a cat), and all-around awesome. Galactus? New favorite non-hero, just chilling in his heart-covered boxers, casually chomping a planet or two. And of course Doreen Green, the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl herself, eating nuts and kicking butts. And getting better at computer science. And adulting her way through college.

    So good.

  • Kathleen
    Dec 07, 2016

    From a choose your own adventure comic to a dream villain that can only be defeated with the power of logical thinking, this book continues to be the most joyful, fearless, and wholly enjoyable comic on the market today. Funny, oh yes, but also wholesome and interesting in a way that too few comic books are. It was nice to see the creative team having fun with the art as they gave continuity histories, and the margin notes are always worth a read.

    I cannot recommend this comic highly enough, esp

    From a choose your own adventure comic to a dream villain that can only be defeated with the power of logical thinking, this book continues to be the most joyful, fearless, and wholly enjoyable comic on the market today. Funny, oh yes, but also wholesome and interesting in a way that too few comic books are. It was nice to see the creative team having fun with the art as they gave continuity histories, and the margin notes are always worth a read.

    I cannot recommend this comic highly enough, especially for young readers and anyone who enjoys superhero books.

  • 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.

  • Diz
    Dec 15, 2016

    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 educational in addition to being funny), and she teaches Mole Man the true meaning of love. There's also a choose-your-own-adventure issue that is a lot of fun. Be sure you read all versions of the story to get the most laughs out of it. North and Henderson deserve an award for their work!

  • 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.

  • Matthew Catania
    Dec 22, 2016

    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is Marvel’s most delightful comic book. In other news, you can describe water in three states. This is a comic book that’s unashamed of making you learn stuff like how to count to thirty-one on each hand. Eventually it will teach me an entire college education’s worth of computer programming at a fraction of the cost! Where else can you get a Choose Your Own Adventure comic about defeating Swarm, the breakout villain of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark? (Note to self: p

    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is Marvel’s most delightful comic book. In other news, you can describe water in three states. This is a comic book that’s unashamed of making you learn stuff like how to count to thirty-one on each hand. Eventually it will teach me an entire college education’s worth of computer programming at a fraction of the cost! Where else can you get a Choose Your Own Adventure comic about defeating Swarm, the breakout villain of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark? (Note to self: publish your review of S-M: TOTD while it’s still timely!) Marvel really should’ve put the romance cover to the second #8 (now do you see the folly of constantly cancelling & restarting series?) as the cover for the fourth volume to better match its title, “I Kissed A Squirrel & I Liked It.” (Sadly it lacks Squirrel Girl’s story from Secret Wars: Secret Love.) It, along with Mark Waid’s Daredevil, are the only things that have ever made me care about the Mole Man. Who knew Tricephalous was such a romantic? HawkGuy is the worst, bro!