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Moonstruck Volume 2: Some Enchanted Evening

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Werewolf barista Julie and her magical pals try to unwind at a party, but a conniving fraternity of fairy bros has other plans for our heroes. With one of their friends trapped in the frat house and the winter solstice (a notable night of magical mischief) looming ever-closer, it's up to the amorous werewolves and gregarious centaur to save the day. But can they find a way to break a fairy circle? Will Julie let Selena into her heart for real? And will Chet ever get enough attention?
Find out in the second chapter of the bewitchingly popular all-ages adventure from Lumberjanes creator Grace Ellis and talented newcomer Shae Beagle!

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"An unusual romantic comedy...a good reminder comics are more than guys in tights." -Uproxx

"Presents a creative way to talk about 'otherness' and self-acceptance... It's really fun." -Amy Poehler's Smart Girls

"Like with Goldie Vance, Misfits, and Kim & Kim, I smiled through the entire reading."

"That freshly served QPOC magic we've been craving." -Black Nerd Problems

"A light-hearted twist on mythical monsters that is rooted in relatable personal dramedy." -The Onion's AV Club

BOOKLIST -- Werewolves Julie and Selena and centaur Chet, along with Chet's significant other, Manuel, go to a fraternity party in which they enter a fairy circle. When some of their friends drink the fairies' beverages, they are stuck within the circle until they are able to meet the fairies' demands. In this second volume in a series, we continue to see Julie and Selena's relationship evolve, going through the typical ups and downs of young love, although the relationship is never portrayed as angsty. The characters, who mainly consist of imaginary and mythological creatures, refreshingly represent a range of cultures as well as sexual and gender orientations. To match the whimsical tone, the illustrations are fanciful in muted pastels, with thin lines and plenty of detail. While the main story arc is resolved at the end of the volume, there is an unresolved feeling that will have dedicated readers waiting for volume three. In the meantime, despite the relative youth of the characters, point those eagerly awaiting Julie and Selena's next chapter to Whitney Gardner's Fake Blood.

Publisher: Image Comics
Pub date: mar 19, 2019
136 pages
Format: Paperback