The Backstagers, Vol. 2

The Backstagers, Vol. 2 Review

All the world's a stage . . . but what happens behind the curtain is pure magic—literally!

Jory and the rest of the Backstagers have one goal this semester: to put on the best show their town’s ever seen. But best laid plans aren’t easy to achieve when there’s an entire magical world that lives beyond the curtain! When one of the actors suddenly goes missing, the Backstagers must band together to save their comrade and maintain the natural balance of . . . theater. 

James Tynion IV (Detective Comics, The Woods) and artist Rian Sygh (Munchkin, Stolen Forest) explore what it means to be an outcast looking to find one’s place in an earnest story of friendship and self-expression.

Title:The Backstagers, Vol. 2

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  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Seriously y’all these are adorable and I’m obsessed. It’s like Lumberjanes but indoors lmao ...

  • Alison

    OMG I LOVE THESE LITTLE NERDY BACKSTAGERS SO MUCH THEY ARE MY HEART AND JOY OKalso this has ROMANCE and yes there are m/m romances!!!!!!!! and it is hecka cute...

  • Jes Reads

    Just as friggin cute as ever. Sounds like I need to find the 3rd one at my library ASAP....

  • Shan(Littleirishbookcat)

    I'm laughing so much right now, the actors in this graphic novel were so extra! However I loved them and the backstage crew. I liked how the story continued on from volume one and I enjoyed the conclu...

  • Mehsi

    Ahhhhh, noooo it cannot end! Though it did end up perfectly, but no no no, I need more Backstagers!Those are my reactions when I reached the ending of this book. I just love The Backstagers and this w...

  • Kristen

    I loved the first book so much and this one does not disappoint. Yet more drama behind the stage and into the ghostly and shared backstager realm. I loved every moment of this one and didn't see the t...

  • Chad

    Anyone who is or was a theatre kid is going to love this. I found the mystical elements kind of hokey. They're in a "the magic of theatre" kind of way. Very LGBTQ positive. I did not care for the chib...

  • rachel

    #1) The Backstagers, Vol. 1: Rebels Without Applause ★★★★☆...

  • Andrew

    Why is this over? I need more of it......

  • Rod Brown

    The writer continues to explore the fantasy elements of this story to the detriment of the characters and high school theater setting. It's almost as if the whole thing were just a gimmicky pitch for ...