Within Twin Peaks and Gravity Falls category, Lumberjanes is something I highly recommend read for all you mystery lovers out there. It’s a certainly brings a callback to those books such as the Nancy Drew novels and the Bailey School Kids series, while also providing new ways of tackling issues like identity, sexuality, inferiority in a way teens and children can understand.
like a flower, growing from a lighthearted tale about an irrepressible
girl with mysterious powers who worms her way into a gig as sidekick to
her town’s designated villain into something much richer and deeper.
Noelle Stevenson’s spritely line work gives the story even more lift,
building a world where temp agencies handle evil-sidekick gigs and
fantasy-armored bad guys plot to attack modern-looking city skylines
with genetically modified dragons.