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Moonstruck #1
Moonstruck #1 | Grace Ellis
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A NEW ONGOING SERIES from Lumberjanes creator GRACE ELLIS and talented newcomer SHAE BEAGLE that tells a story of monsters, romance, and magical hijinks! The first arc also includes an additional short story with artist KATE LETH! Fantasy creatures are living typical, unremarkable lives alongside humans, and barista Julie strives to be the most unremarkable of all. Normal job, normal almost-girlfriend, normal...werewolf transformations that happen when she gets upset? Yikes! But all bets are off when she and her centaur best friend Chet find themselves in the middle of a magical conspiracy. Will Julie and Chet be able to save their friends? Is Julie's dogged determination to be normal a lost cause? Who's going to watch the coffee shop while our heroes are out saving the world?? These questions and more will be answered in MOONSTRUCK, coming July 19 from Image Comics.
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PerksOfBeingABookworm
Moonstruck #1 | Grace Ellis
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Just got this in the mail today. I might have to take a break from writing term papers and read this instead :) seems like the most sensible and responsible decision I could make.

daena So good! 6mo
alanacristin Enjoy!! I loved this and can't wait for the next 💘 6mo
eraderneely Look at that art! 6mo
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mcipher
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“Do you feel any better?” “I do not, but I do feel like I want to punch the moon and then take a nap for one hundred years!”

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RealLifeReading
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I need a break from all the intense #AsianLitBingo reads. This looks fun!

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Pickpick

I really liked this. It sure seemed really short. Amazon says 128 pages, but my kindle says 31. Darling art and I love the concept. I hope the library has other issues.