have found another young princess locked away in a tower and decided to rescue
her. But Princess Raven is more than meets the eye and Adrienne may have
finally met her match. The story that started in FCBD 2013 will finally be told
with Limited Edition Variant cover by the original FCBD artist Soojin Paek.
I enjoy, and believe me there are quite a few, one grabbed me right away. The best part is, there never seems to be a
lack of content coming out for it, both in monthly releases and one shot specials. It’s been a little while since I had a
Princeless book in my hands and it always makes my day to read a new one. Lucky for me, the first issue of Princeless:
The Pirate Princess made its way to me.
the last few years. As such, I never got
to read what must have been the inspiration for a full issue of this story
introducing a new companion. During the
typical adventures of our two leading ladies Adrienne and Bedelia, they come
across a tower with a princess who isn’t one of Adrienne’s sisters. This new “damsel in distress” is not your
typical princess, as she’s the daughter of the infamous Pirate King. The three quickly hit it off and by the end
decide to continue with the ongoing quest together.
the different artists who’ve worked with Princeless. This book continues to keep the series going
strong with unbelievably clean illustrations and wonderfully vibrant colors. I really like the character design for Raven
in this book, and that particular style worked well for how her new friends
delivering on every front. The story is
always super fun and full of humor, the art regardless of the multitude of
artists is constantly good. If you’ve
somehow missed out on this series all this time, you’ve got a great collection
of books to find. For those current
fans, this is another one you’re going to want to pick up.
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Pirate Princess will be available in January 2015