Summer can only last for so long, and for the Lumberjanes camp comes to a close in December.

Lumberjanes, the Eisner and GLAAD award-winning series, will complete its six year run with Kat Leyh, Shannon Watters, Kanesha C. Bryant, Alexa Bosy, and Brooklyn Allen coming together for a special oversized final issue.

In the final chapter of the “End of Summer” epic event, the brave campers and counselors of Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet’s Camp for Hardcore Lady Types are in the fight of their lives against the mysterious force known as the Grey. Molly has discovered a deep and ancient forest magic which she hopes to use to protect her friends and the home they’ve all found at camp. But will she be strong enough to save everyone in the camp and the forest? Or is the all-encompassing, all-erasing Grey just too powerful for anyone to stop?

“When we announced ‘End of Summer’, we knew it would be the conclusion of a journey full of friendship, wonder, and fun for the Lumberjanes and for those of us who have wandered into the forest alongside them. We’re so happy that so many readers, young and old, have found joy and adventure whenever they sat down to a new story with Jo, Mal, Ripley, April, Molly, and all the other beloved characters we’ve grown to love throughout the years,” said Jeanine Schaefer, Executive Editor, BOOM! Studios in a prepared press release. “While this is the end of the Lumberjanes monthly comic book series for now, it’s not the end of the ‘Janes and new adventures, so stay tuned for more exciting news to come.”

More news to come you say? The end of MONTHLY title you say? Could this mean BOOM! Studios is again moving forward with the OGN route and getting the Lumberjanes in the hands of even more people? Hmmm… something to think about.

via BOOM! Studios

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