Review: Squirrel, You Really Got Me Now by Ryan North & Erica Henderson

Doreen Green, aka the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is back. Sort of. In her third graphic novel she has just been sent back in time ... to the 1960s. And while she is slowly trying to acclimatise to a world that has none of the technology that she is used to, her flatmate Nancy is desperately trying to search for her friend. Which isn't exactly easy, considering that Nancy is the only one from her era who can remember Doreen at all. In true Unbeatable Squirrel Girl style this all leads to a confrontation with an old foe ... but will Doreen be beaten this time? Or can she keep her title, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl?

This one was a lot of fun. As well as comprising of the comics that make up the time travel story arc, the volume also includes a crossover issue between Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and Howard the Duck. And, quite honestly, I was blown away by how well the two comics and characters worked together. I was quite skeptical that the styles and characters would be too different, but I was, thankfully, proven wrong.

Highly recommended.


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