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The mind-bending, time-warping adventure from BRIAN K. VAUGHAN and CLIFF CHIANG continues, as intrepid newspaper deliverer Tiffany is launched from the prehistoric past into the year 2000! In this harrowing version of our past, Y2K was even more of a cataclysm than experts feared, and the only person who can save the future is a 12-year-old girl from 1988. Collects issues 1 The mind-bending, time-warping adventure from BRIAN K. VAUGHAN and CLIFF CHIANG continues, as intrepid newspaper deliverer Tiffany is launched from the prehistoric past into the year 2000! In this harrowing version of our past, Y2K was even more of a cataclysm than experts feared, and the only person who can save the future is a 12-year-old girl from 1988. Collects issues 16 through 20!


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The mind-bending, time-warping adventure from BRIAN K. VAUGHAN and CLIFF CHIANG continues, as intrepid newspaper deliverer Tiffany is launched from the prehistoric past into the year 2000! In this harrowing version of our past, Y2K was even more of a cataclysm than experts feared, and the only person who can save the future is a 12-year-old girl from 1988. Collects issues 1 The mind-bending, time-warping adventure from BRIAN K. VAUGHAN and CLIFF CHIANG continues, as intrepid newspaper deliverer Tiffany is launched from the prehistoric past into the year 2000! In this harrowing version of our past, Y2K was even more of a cataclysm than experts feared, and the only person who can save the future is a 12-year-old girl from 1988. Collects issues 16 through 20!

30 review for Paper Girls, Vol. 4

  1. 4 out of 5

    karen

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? things actually make sense in this volume! review to come!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    THE END OF THE WORLD?! Y2K Insanity! Will computers melt down? Will society? --Time Magazine cover, January 18, 1999 Our three favorite girls from 1988 are still in the future in this one. And it is a blast. And occasionally awkward, and sometimes moving. Paper Girls is a sci fi time travel comic series, folks, so you must expect things that come with the genre; for instance, one of the girls traveling 12 years into the future, Tiffany, meets her future husband. . . and self). So, if you have a chanc THE END OF THE WORLD?! Y2K Insanity! Will computers melt down? Will society? --Time Magazine cover, January 18, 1999 Our three favorite girls from 1988 are still in the future in this one. And it is a blast. And occasionally awkward, and sometimes moving. Paper Girls is a sci fi time travel comic series, folks, so you must expect things that come with the genre; for instance, one of the girls traveling 12 years into the future, Tiffany, meets her future husband. . . and self). So, if you have a chance to save the weird guy doing ‘shrooms that you are destined to be with, would you do it? “Charlotte, meet Tiffany. Both of them.” Ha! Good, right!? [oh, don’t be mad about a little ol’ spoiler here; this is a time traveler story involving three girls! What did you expect they would find in the future, just self-driving cars!? Have you never seen Peggy Sue Gets Married (1986) or Back to the Future?! (1985)] If you are future Tiffany, you get fun questions like this from your younger self about how to manage a crisis: “But what would you have done in 1988?” There’s a cute bit in here about a cartoonist—the above-referenced Charlotte, who places clues about time travel in her strips. “Frankie Tomatah” is the name of a comic strip, and our protagonists just have to go visit said cartoonist who created the strip to see if they can get help moving back to 1988. Eighties references as usual abound, and are sprinkled throughout this goofy ice cream plot: “Tactical nukes”? 12 Monkeys? The Pontiac Fiero? And the cartoonist tells them: “Come with me if you want to live.” [Oh, don’t TELL me you have to GOOGLE this?! What has happened to your memory? Stolen by an evil spirit?! By Arnold himself?] You also get for your money in this volume battling ‘bots, that wacky sci fi dimension of the story that continues to crazy-up the wider story of three paper girls confronting their futures. But it’s not all giggles. We get to compare what eighties worries were like compared to our present (or other new century) concerns, such as 9/11 or Oklahoma City. The series makes it clear that nothing less than the future of human civilization is at stake as we face the future, and not just—as important as this obviously is--future mates. I saw a couple critical Goodreads reviews and have to say: You don’t like this because it is over the top??! That’s the POINT of eighties sci fi time travel entertainment, darlin’! Get over it, relax, and just have fun. You’ll get killer ‘bots AND see how two of these adorable eighties friends deal with revelations of their friend’s sexual identity. Thrills AND tears! And the neon colors! Matt Wilson has made his place in history with this distinctive coloring, no question. I wavered in my commitment to this series by rating volume three only three stars. I’m back, waaaaay back, to 1988! Or wait, 2000, or. . . REMEMBER: Turn your computer off Before midnight On 12/31/1999 --Warning sticker from Best Buy, circa 1999

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Things are beginning to click into place within this comic and I am really enjoying it. I love how bad-ass each girl is and I like how different they all are. I think the story is really cool and I love the illustrations and the colours. I'm really looking forward to the next issue but I'm sad I will have to wait so long! I would definitely recommend this. It may be a bit confusing at the start, but once you get to vol 2 or 3, it is so worth it! Things are beginning to click into place within this comic and I am really enjoying it. I love how bad-ass each girl is and I like how different they all are. I think the story is really cool and I love the illustrations and the colours. I'm really looking forward to the next issue but I'm sad I will have to wait so long! I would definitely recommend this. It may be a bit confusing at the start, but once you get to vol 2 or 3, it is so worth it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Now we're headed to the night the dreaded Y2K was supposed to hit. I remember that night as the New Year's Eve the IT staff had to work all night for absolutely no reason because very, very little actually went wrong. There's a lot of great little inside jokes as the girls run around town while trying to avoid getting stomped on by giant time-travelling robots. In addition to the Goonies-like fun, we actually begin to see how this time travel war fits together. Cliff Chiang and Matt Wilson are k Now we're headed to the night the dreaded Y2K was supposed to hit. I remember that night as the New Year's Eve the IT staff had to work all night for absolutely no reason because very, very little actually went wrong. There's a lot of great little inside jokes as the girls run around town while trying to avoid getting stomped on by giant time-travelling robots. In addition to the Goonies-like fun, we actually begin to see how this time travel war fits together. Cliff Chiang and Matt Wilson are killing it on the art front.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Calista

    This volume was much better than the previous one and it makes so much more sense. There are still so many unanswered questions and we know so little that is going on. Brian K. Vaughan is a big tease. He knows how to keep you waiting for more answer and while he gives you a sip, he is setting up more questions. We meet up with the whole group finally in the year 2000. There are giant robots fighting over the city, but no one can see them but one of the girls. No one else knows what the noise or This volume was much better than the previous one and it makes so much more sense. There are still so many unanswered questions and we know so little that is going on. Brian K. Vaughan is a big tease. He knows how to keep you waiting for more answer and while he gives you a sip, he is setting up more questions. We meet up with the whole group finally in the year 2000. There are giant robots fighting over the city, but no one can see them but one of the girls. No one else knows what the noise or damage is from. We do find out they are basically time bandets. I'm up for another volume. I wonder how long the library is going to be closed. I have 4 more graphic novels and then I'm done for a while and I can catch up on my Gone with the Wind book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kate (GirlReading)

    This series is wild. I have no idea what’s going on half the time but I kinda just don’t care. It’s utterly bizarre, filled with badass girls and a plot that’s here, there and everywhere. The art style is gorgeous and it’s always so much fun to read. I feel at though things slowly started to come together in this volume but I’m still waiting for a moment of total clarity. It’s definitely not without its faults but overall, I’m loving this series and am consistently left wanting more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dennis

    2020 re-read: I think this is actually better than my initial review suggests. Yes, the plot doesn't have a lot of forward momentum in this one. But I think it actually made sense for Vaughan to not throw a lot of new developments at us, and instead give a few answers to some of the questions the previous volumes brought up. Also, nice setting. And giant robots! ******** 2018 review: Another fun volume! The girls turn up in the year 2000. When flat screens weren’t really flat, but reasonably priced. An 2020 re-read: I think this is actually better than my initial review suggests. Yes, the plot doesn't have a lot of forward momentum in this one. But I think it actually made sense for Vaughan to not throw a lot of new developments at us, and instead give a few answers to some of the questions the previous volumes brought up. Also, nice setting. And giant robots! ******** 2018 review: Another fun volume! The girls turn up in the year 2000. When flat screens weren’t really flat, but reasonably priced. And people were angsting about the world coming to an end. But hey, at least back then personal computers looked really cool. It’s tangerine, sweetie. Tangerine. Plot-wise there’s not a lot happening here. The girls get separated once again. Tiffany meets her future self and some things that don’t really belong in the year 2000. As far as I remember. The other girls meet a cartoonist whose strips hide some clues for time travellers. And she also seems to be a fan of a certain movie that involves time travel as well. There’s a war raging between those guys who want to preserve the timeline and the others who are in favor of change. And somehow the girls are in the thick of it once again. But we don’t make much progress in this volume. The fun lies in the details. And in the commentary on what different generations worried about, regarding their present or their future. With people from the past, present and future, uhm, present here, this gets quite interesting. I still love Cliff Chiang’s art and especially Matt Wilson’s coloring. The concept of this series is also very appealing to me. Now, if Vaughan would bring his A game this could actually become one of my favorites. The different perspectives of our four heroines compared to the people living in the decades they’re visiting is the most interesting part of the story so far. The Times They Are A-Changin' (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)] 2019 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Story. ____________________________ 2019 Hugo Award Finalists Best Novel • The Calculating Stars by Mary Robinette Kowal • Record of a Spaceborn Few by Becky Chambers • Revenant Gun by Yoon Ha Lee • Space Opera by Catherynne M. Valente • Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik • Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse Best Novella • Artificial Condition by Martha Wells • Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire • Binti: The Night Masquerade by Nnedi Okorafor • The Black God’s Drums by P. Djèlí Clark • Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach by Kelly Robson • The Tea Master and the Detective by Aliette de Bodard Best Novelette • If at First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again by Zen Cho (Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog) • The Last Banquet of Temporal Confections by Tina Connolly (Tor.com) • Nine Last Days on Planet Earth by Daryl Gregory (Tor.com) • The Only Harmless Great Thing by Brooke Bolander (Tor.com) • The Thing About Ghost Stories by Naomi Kritzer (Uncanny Magazine) • When We Were Starless by Simone Heller (Clarkesworld Magazine) Best Short Story • The Court Magician by Sarah Pinsker (Lightspeed Magazine) • The Rose MacGregor Drinking and Admiration Society by T. Kingfisher (Uncanny Magazine) • The Secret Lives of the Nine Negro Teeth of George Washington by P. Djèlí Clark (Fireside Magazine) • STET by Sarah Gailey (Fireside Magazine) • The Tale of the Three Beautiful Raptor Sisters, and the Prince Who Was Made of Meat by Brooke Bolander (Uncanny Magazine) • A Witch’s Guide To Escape: A Practical Compendium Of Portal Fantasies by Alix E. Harrow (Apex Magazine) Best Series • The Centenal Cycle by Malka Older • The Laundry Files by Charles Stross • Machineries of Empire by Yoon Ha Lee • The October Daye Series by Seanan McGuire • The Universe of Xuya by Aliette de Bodard • Wayfarers by Becky Chambers Best Related Work • Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works • Astounding: John W. Campbell, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard, and the Golden Age of Science Fiction by Alec Nevala-Lee • The Hobbit Duology (a documentary in three parts), written and edited by Lindsay Ellis and Angelina Meehan • An Informal History of the Hugos: A Personal Look Back at the Hugo Awards 1953-2000 by Jo Walton • The Mexicanx Initiative Experience at Worldcon 76 by Julia Rios, Libia Brenda, Pablo Defendini, and John Picacio • Ursula K. Le Guin: Conversations on Writing by Ursula K. Le Guin with David Naimon Best Graphic Story • Abbott, written by Saladin Ahmed, art by Sami Kivelä, colors by Jason Wordie, letters by Jim Campbell • Black Panther: Long Live the King, written by Nnedi Okorafor and Aaron Covington, art by André Lima Araújo, Mario Del Pennino, and Tana Ford • Monstress, Volume 3: Haven, written by Marjorie Liu, art by Sana Takeda • On a Sunbeam by Tillie Walden • Paper Girls, Volume 4 , written by Brian K. Vaughan, art by Cliff Chiang, colors by Matt Wilson, letters by Jared K. Fletcher • Saga, Volume 9, written by Brian K. Vaughan, art by Fiona Staples Best Art Book • The Book of Earthsea: The Complete Illustrated Edition illustrated by Charles Vess, written by Ursula K. Le Guin • Daydreamer’s Journey: The Art of Julie Dillon by Julie Dillon • Dungeons & Dragons Art & Arcana: A Visual History by Michael Witwer, Kyle Newman, Jon Peterson, and Sam Witwer • Spectrum 25: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, editor John Fleskes • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – The Art of the Movie by Ramin Zahed • Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth, editor Catherine McIlwaine Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book • Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi (Henry Holt; Macmillan Children’s Books) • The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton (Freeform / Gollancz) • The Cruel Prince by Holly Black (Little, Brown / Hot Key Books) • Dread Nation by Justina Ireland (Balzer + Bray) • The Invasion by Peadar O’Guilin (David Fickling Books / Scholastic) • Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman (Random House / Penguin Teen)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Olivia-Savannah

    I take it back! I don’t like Mac’s character anymore. I could not deal with her being so rude and terrible in this book. We have a character coming out in this book, and different reactions to their revelation of identity. And that does mean we are getting some LGBT+ rep. There are some homophobic comments, so be ready for that too! I appreciate how the plot is still firmly focused on the science-fiction, but these modern day relevant topics are coming up. At long last we are finally getting some I take it back! I don’t like Mac’s character anymore. I could not deal with her being so rude and terrible in this book. We have a character coming out in this book, and different reactions to their revelation of identity. And that does mean we are getting some LGBT+ rep. There are some homophobic comments, so be ready for that too! I appreciate how the plot is still firmly focused on the science-fiction, but these modern day relevant topics are coming up. At long last we are finally getting some answers in this one! Finally, everything that has happened makes sense. Now I am motivated and intrigued enough to continue. It really shouldn’t have taken until the fourth volume for us to get to this point though. The artwork and palette was okay in this one. These books are out of my comfort zone. They are weird and random. I think I like them anyway. This review and others can originally be found on Olivia's Catastrophe: https://oliviascatastrophe.com/2019/0...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Donovan

    While sometimes difficult to follow with its constantly changing cast and setting, the dynamic of chaos theory makes sense in a story of warring time travelers. Meanwhile there’s “some” character development, and bounds of coming-of-age, 2000s nostalgia, and sci-fi grandiloquence. Part of the appeal is to know where this is even going, ending on yet another cliff hanger.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Aya

    I really enjoyed this volume! Things finally begin to make sense. We get some explanations, and a new character which I liked and wish to read more about. I wish I can read the next one... I HATE waiting for unfinished series. 💔

  11. 4 out of 5

    Auntie Terror

    This series is getting weirder and weirder - and better and better. Though this one ends on a horrible cliffhanger xD

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Baker

    The girls are back! I love the time travel and the Y2K storyline. It has some funny Y2K headline news quotes from 1999. If you're old enough to remember the fear back then, you'll get a kick out of the quotes. I don’t ruin it for anyone who’s planning to read this, but here’s a quote that’s more recent. ”Trump Orders Government to Stop Work on Y2K Bug, 17 Years Later” -Bloomberg Politics headline June 15, 2017 *rolling eyes* We get to see Tiffany in the future and meet her husband, plus meet some new The girls are back! I love the time travel and the Y2K storyline. It has some funny Y2K headline news quotes from 1999. If you're old enough to remember the fear back then, you'll get a kick out of the quotes. I don’t ruin it for anyone who’s planning to read this, but here’s a quote that’s more recent. ”Trump Orders Government to Stop Work on Y2K Bug, 17 Years Later” -Bloomberg Politics headline June 15, 2017 *rolling eyes* We get to see Tiffany in the future and meet her husband, plus meet some new characters, and find out something about KJ that we already suspected from a previous volume. Mac is still my favorite with her smart ass comments. I love this series, but the graphic novels always end too quickly for me.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Victoria ♡

    I hate having to wait for issues...this is easily one of my fav comics! I can't wait for more! I hate having to wait for issues...this is easily one of my fav comics! I can't wait for more!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    Paper Girls Volume 4 is a 2019 Hugo Awards finalist in the Best Graphic Story category. A note about spoilers: major spoilers are included in this review about what’s happened previously in the series and what happens in this Volume. I’m not sure how long it will be before I make it to Volume 5 and don’t want to forget anything important so this is my summary. I’ve hidden pretty much everything I’ve got to say about this Volume. Regardless, if you’re not up to this Volume, please be really caref Paper Girls Volume 4 is a 2019 Hugo Awards finalist in the Best Graphic Story category. A note about spoilers: major spoilers are included in this review about what’s happened previously in the series and what happens in this Volume. I’m not sure how long it will be before I make it to Volume 5 and don’t want to forget anything important so this is my summary. I’ve hidden pretty much everything I’ve got to say about this Volume. Regardless, if you’re not up to this Volume, please be really careful about opening anything spoilery. When we last saw Tiffany she had arrived in Stony Stream in 2000, in a reality where Y2K actually happened, and it’s worse than anyone even imagined. While the rest of the Paper Girls are initially nowhere in sight, Tiffany is not alone. The old-timers are also here, but quite a bit younger than they were in Volume 2 when we saw them last. Grand Father and Prioress are considering going nuclear. Tiffany is trying to convince the police officer who wants to arrest her for looting (which she wasn’t doing. I swear!) that she’s actually from 1988 when she finally notices that they’re not alone. (view spoiler)[ Except it seems that for now Tiffany and I are the only ones who see the gigantic Transformers fighting in the background because the friendly neighbourhood police officer only sees smoke. Huh. Go figure. (hide spoiler)] Meanwhile, Erin, Mac and KJ are at the mall. A couple of looters fill them in about the millennium bug. Pretty big, apparently. At least our girls are all in the same time right now, even if they’re not all together. Doc from Volume 3 mentioned that the black device the girls have been carrying around was registered to (view spoiler)[Frankie Tomatah, which was clearly a pseudonym. At the time Erin thought that name seemed familiar but before she could think about it any further all hell broke loose in 11,706 BCE. Now she has a moment to check the comics page, which Naldo and Heck from Volume 1 also did, and figures out there’s a clue there. Great work, Erin! It turns out that Frankie Tomatah is a comic strip written by C. Spachefski and thanks to the good ol’ White Pages, Erin, Mac and KJ pay her a house call. It seems she’s been expecting them. Charlotte explains about the Battle of the Ages. The old-timers are enemy fighters, part of a group of the first generation born after time travel was invented, who think it’s immoral to interfere with the timeline, even if you’re trying to fix it. Naldo, Heck and others like them are defying their ancestors to try to fix the timeline regardless. Okay, that’s making more sense now. Oh, and in case you forgot, the old-timers have amnesia rays. Of course they do. Although I’m not sure if I trust Charlotte or anyone other than our four Paper Girls. (hide spoiler)] Things outside remain pretty chaotic. Tiffany wanders off to find her parents and instead finds (view spoiler)[Chris, her future husband. (hide spoiler)] I love all of the twists in this series! I got one massive surprise in this Volume when I learned (view spoiler)[Grand Father is actually Jahpo. This is incredible! Also, future Tiffany is all kinds of awesome! (hide spoiler)] In the last Volume the bag of newspapers made a great pillow. In this Volume they prove their usefulness in another way. I love all of this time travel and not knowing who to trust. Although a group of girls from 1988 somehow have the fate of the entire world in their hands, they’re about as clueless as I am and I adore their reactions as they attempt to navigate all the weirdness. I can’t wait to read Volume 5 so I can check out the (view spoiler)[future! (hide spoiler)]

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    This is the kind of series where you have to wait until it's done and all the trades are out to read. There's not enough plot in any one volume for you to feel satisfied or the story to make sense and Vaughan just keeps piling on characters and twists to make it feel like things are moving forward any faster than a snail's pace. This is the kind of series where you have to wait until it's done and all the trades are out to read. There's not enough plot in any one volume for you to feel satisfied or the story to make sense and Vaughan just keeps piling on characters and twists to make it feel like things are moving forward any faster than a snail's pace.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Bell

    3.75/5 Stars I feel the same about this one as I felt about the previous one The past two volumes seem to be a lot of set up for the final two volumes. They kind of suffer a bit from "Middle Book Syndrome". Still confused, but in a good way. I'm at a point where I kind of want answers now lol. Hopefully that's apparent in the next volumes. I gotta say too, these read SOOO fast. Still a very original series! 3.75/5 Stars I feel the same about this one as I felt about the previous one The past two volumes seem to be a lot of set up for the final two volumes. They kind of suffer a bit from "Middle Book Syndrome". Still confused, but in a good way. I'm at a point where I kind of want answers now lol. Hopefully that's apparent in the next volumes. I gotta say too, these read SOOO fast. Still a very original series!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    That does it! I didn't like the direction it was going with. This volume answered some of the questions that popped out throughout the run. The outcome was really stupid and confusing, basically involving time-travel bullcrap that I did not care for. That's where the series went downhill for me. That's a real shame. Just when I thought this could have been great, just when I felt hopeful, it stabbed me right in the back. Another thing that I didn't understand throughout the run is what's the deal wit That does it! I didn't like the direction it was going with. This volume answered some of the questions that popped out throughout the run. The outcome was really stupid and confusing, basically involving time-travel bullcrap that I did not care for. That's where the series went downhill for me. That's a real shame. Just when I thought this could have been great, just when I felt hopeful, it stabbed me right in the back. Another thing that I didn't understand throughout the run is what's the deal with that elderly dude from the future? I guess I'll never find out. I didn't care for him at all. They had this weird futuristic language that whenever I read it always gave me a headache. This is where I felt that it was the end of the road for me. Sorry for those who liked this run, I just can't keep read it. It gets 1 star out of 5

  18. 4 out of 5

    britt_brooke

    So, I have to admit, time travel is really not my thing. What initially hooked me on this series was the badass artwork. The colors are so vibrant and it’s all just really beautiful. Love the pop culture references, too. Plus, if you’re my age or older, you probably had Erin’s fabulously 80s bangs and crimped hair. 🙋🏼‍♀️ I already preordered volume 5 (once 😜)!

  19. 4 out of 5

    RG

    Having a large break between volumes made the start a little confusing but I still love this series. The artwork, the plotlines and the characters. Great stuff.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tarmia

    Fantastic.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Even though Saga gripped me for a while i'm now convinced that i probably just won't ever really dig Brian K. Vaughan's work. Oh well. Reread in Oct 2019 = i liked it a lot more this time thru. I'm bumping it up to 4 stars. Great line from Mackenzie in this one that must be quoted.TIFFANY: ...we're caught in the cross-fire of some kind of war between time travelers. MACKENZIE: Yeah, dicks from the future are duking it out with dicks from the further future. Even though Saga gripped me for a while i'm now convinced that i probably just won't ever really dig Brian K. Vaughan's work. Oh well. Reread in Oct 2019 = i liked it a lot more this time thru. I'm bumping it up to 4 stars. Great line from Mackenzie in this one that must be quoted.TIFFANY: ...we're caught in the cross-fire of some kind of war between time travelers. MACKENZIE: Yeah, dicks from the future are duking it out with dicks from the further future.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chessa

    I love this comic, it’s so weird and awesome. The mashup of nostalgia and future is 👌.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The time travel antics of four Midwestern tweens continue. The stakes keep going up, but I keep thinking, oh, isn't that nice. The time travel antics of four Midwestern tweens continue. The stakes keep going up, but I keep thinking, oh, isn't that nice.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Devann

    We are truly living the worst timeline. I liked this volume a bit more than the previous two. I think I'm either finally settling into the pace of everything or else I was just so happy that we finally got an exposition dump to explain some of this stuff lol. I still think it's such a cop-out that they are apparently creating new timelines all the time and that's why the adult versions of them don't remember doing any of this, but I guess I'm gonna have to get over that if I want to continue with We are truly living the worst timeline. I liked this volume a bit more than the previous two. I think I'm either finally settling into the pace of everything or else I was just so happy that we finally got an exposition dump to explain some of this stuff lol. I still think it's such a cop-out that they are apparently creating new timelines all the time and that's why the adult versions of them don't remember doing any of this, but I guess I'm gonna have to get over that if I want to continue with this series at all.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ash

    First read on Apr 16, 2018 and reread it in 2020 ——- Finally the authors reveal the plot and things start making sense in this volume. Loved this volume a lot. I think the 3rd and 4th volumes are the best so far. Some moments were really great in this volume. Time travel, people from future speaking in some weird languages, kickass girls - everything I love in one comic.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Wells

    I don't know if this series will ever get over a 4 from me, but they've all been a lot of fun! I like how this one in particular gives us side characters that may only be with us for one volume but still worked to flesh them out. The range of women we see represented is especially great! I don't know if this series will ever get over a 4 from me, but they've all been a lot of fun! I like how this one in particular gives us side characters that may only be with us for one volume but still worked to flesh them out. The range of women we see represented is especially great!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    I think my enjoyment of this series is suffering a bit from reading it month to month. But it is still enjoyable, just a little hard to follow at times.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Manisha

    Finally! Some! Explanations! RTC

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Stoolfire

    Ooh, now we're starting to get some answers! I can't wait to see more from this graphic novel series. Paper Girls is a must for fans of Stranger Things and The Goonies. Ooh, now we're starting to get some answers! I can't wait to see more from this graphic novel series. Paper Girls is a must for fans of Stranger Things and The Goonies.

  30. 5 out of 5

    chloe ♡

    this is the volume where we finally know what exactly is going on, and now i love the comic more than ever <3

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