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Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1)

Werewolf barista Julie and her new girlfriend go on a date to a close-up magic show, but all heck breaks loose when the magician casts a horrible spell on their friend Chet. Now it's up to the team of mythical pals to stop the illicit illusionist before it's too late.Collects issues 1 through 5. ...

Title : Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1)
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ISBN : 9781534304772
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Number of Pages : 120 pages
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Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1) Reviews

  • Candice

    I wanted to like this comic more than I did. Love the artwork and the personalities of the characters. Love the diverse representation. The plot/story is simple and not really that exciting. I wanted to love it, and I just thought it was OK. It's cute and funny at parts, and the art and characters are charming, which makes it worth reading.

  • Darcy Roar

    Five stars for adorable art styles & 3 stars for a bit of a rocky story with potential. First off the art is. so. frickin. cute! Slightly dreamy with interesting, diverse characters (lesbian werewolf girls, trans centaur cutie, vampire emo douches, medusa with rage issues, the list goes on and on <3) that each have their own personality (visually and textually) without it feeling like someone's checking diversity traits off of a list.

    I quite like the basic premise of the world with it's

  • Ameema Saeed

    This sounds so gay and so lovely 😩😩😍😍

  • Jennifer

    I love the fun and fluffy art of the series, which contains a kind of a hipster Portland (in a good way) queer magical creature cast, and a positive message about not giving up the weirdness that is a part of you. I didn't love the interludes of the mystery-solving triplets, though, and this could definitely use a stronger plotline.

  • Liz Laurin

    this was so gay. I loved it. minus one for the name Chet, but plus one for Chet's missing butt poster.

  • Erica

    NOT related to

    This Moonstruck is super-duper absolutely squeetastically adorbs.

    SO much cute!

    It stars a low-self-esteemed, overly-apologetic, floofy werewolf barista , Julie, who begins by mooooning over her new crush, Serena.

    Her BFF (pictured above), Chet, is a fellow barista and is also a centaur who can catch dropped mugs between their horse knees. Talent! And they're also crushing madly on local heartthrob floofy hipster-lumberjack Tauren named Manuel.

    In this edgy college town, there are v

  • Danielle Booey

    Moonstruck is cute. The story takes place in a magical version of the real world where centaurs, werewolves, witches, and oracles are commonplace and the extraordinary is ordinary. The main character is Julie, a werewolf barista, who has recently gotten a girlfriend and lacks self confidence. She and her friends get mixed up in a plot to steal magic from creatures.

    While I LOVE Julie's supporting cast, especially her best centaur friend. Julie herself is kind of whiny and irritating. There are al

  • Elysia

    This was such a cute and inclusive graphic novel/comic, I'm excited to read the next instalment in this story, but know that I have a long time to wait! oh dear