Fangirls, my eyes have been wide for Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur since I first saw promotions for it. Sadly, since I have not been visiting the comic shop as often as I would like, I hadn’t seen anything since the promotions (which means I totally forgot that it existed, yikes). But I went in a couple weeks ago, saw the first trade, and lost my mind. Of course I want to read about a rad lady and her dino friend! Who wouldn’t?
I didn’t think this day would ever come, Fangirls. The last time we talked about Rocket Girl was last May, and I’ve been counting down the days until it’s return. A short hiatus turned into a real long one, and my meaning in life began to be in question. However, I now stand here, within your computer, to happily recap the official return of the most beloved Rocket Girl. It’s okay, I’m tearing up a bit too.
Greetings, Fangirls! Rocket Girl has return for one whirlwind of a fifth issue. We were left fingers crossed that Rocket Girl was okay after crashing in a high speed chase through the city. In the series’ return from hiatus, that question is answered, but more arise. Let me tell you, Fangirls, this issue is like woah.
Fangirls! It’s been a while since we’ve talked about the one & only Rocket Girl, bad ass jet pack wearing teen cop from the future. I wish this comic could come out every week, I always get so sad when the issue ends, I enjoy reading it so much. Even if all the jumping around in time is a bit confusing.
Greetings, Fangirls! After a few weeks of seeing it on the rack at the comic shop, employees recommending it, and hearing nothing but good things from Emily, I finally decided to pick up Rocket Girl when it’s second issue came out this past week. Two issues in and I’m loving this series already, Fangirls.