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Paper Girls, Volume 4: 04/26/18
Paper Girls, Volume 4 by Brian K. Vaughan is set in the we hours of new year's day, 2000. The girls have arrived in the middle of a giant robot battle between the time traveling teenagers and the adults – lead by a man nicknamed Grandfather and a woman known as Prioress.
In landing back in 2000 (or forward from the main characters' POV), the girls have been separated. Tiff is on her own. She also seems to be the only one who is able to see the cloaked robots.
As we have three volumes now (or fifteen issues), it's time to flesh out the world a bit. Interspersed with the robot fights, is a scene that give us more of a glimpse of the girls' immediate futures, and another that paints a larger picture of time travel and the war that it spawned.
One thing that isn't covered, and maybe not thought about, is how much time is passing for the girls. I'm not really sure how long they've spent in each time.