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My Little Pony: Micro-Series: #1: Twilight Sparkle by Thomas Zahler
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Noragami: Stray God Volume 4 by Adachitoka
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Rueful Death by Susan Wittig Albert
The Someday Birds by Sally J. Pla
Stanley Will Probably Be Fine by Sally J. Pla
Three Years with the Rat by Jay Hosking
Voltron Legendary Defender Volume 2: The Pilgrimage by Tim Hedrick
The Worst Class Trip Ever by Dave Barry

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Voltron Legendary Defender Volume 2: The Pilgrimage: 02/22/18

Voltron Legendary Defender Volume 2: The Pilgrimageby Tim Hedrick

Voltron Legendary Defender Volume 2: The Pilgrimage by Tim Hedrick is another standalone story. Volume 1 took place between a couple episodes in season one. This one feels more like it comes near the end of season two, but before the "death" of Zarkon.

If Zarkon were a pie, he'd be lemon meringue

The Paladins sign on to help a displaced group of people, the DavDabHau. They look a bit like humanoid cats but with brightly colored fur (somewhere between the characters from Andrew Lloyd Weber's musical and the ones from Thundercats. Except that they ride space worthy winged lizards that look like pterodactyls.

Mostly this is a Hunk centered volume. Because he's the biggest he ends up in a haram situation. Oh well, the source material has basically been a reverse haram for most of its existence. The situation though results in love advice from Lance — some of which is ridiculous and some which is practical.

As with the first volume, it was a good blend of adventure and humor. Now it will most likely be a year before a third volume.

Four stars

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