Princeless: The Pirate Princess 2

Bedelia and Adrienne have a new teammate in Raven, The Pirate Princess. She’s tough, smart, fun-loving and she’s on an epic quest for revenge. When her quest clashes with Adrienne’s, sparks will fly and only one princess can come out on top!

I’ve made it more than evident just how much I love practically everything that comes out of the halls of Action Lab.  In particular, I was an instant fan of the hugely popular series Princeless and all the various titles.  The first issue of The Pirate Princess was a start to another fun story and I was very excited to finally get the second.

Not long after Adrienne and Bedelia begin another adventure with new companion Raven the “Pirate Princess”, things begin to get tense.  Adrienne is not such a fan of Raven growing closer to Sparky than even she is, but there isn’t much she can do.  That is nothing compared to catching her “borrowing” Sparky for a personal vendetta, and the gloves are off at that point.  They eventually make up by the end, and *gasp* possibly even more??

This series has consistently provided wonderful stories, and equally great artwork.  There were a lot of scenes in this issue that were illustrated just beautifully.  Between a fight scene midair on a dragon to a rescue in the water, it was really top notch.  I’ve loved all the books thus far from the art side of things, but this might just be my favorite to date.

Of all the titles that I enjoy from Action Lab, I still think Princeless most likely reigns supreme (not counting titles from Danger Zone anyways).  By now, there are more than enough issues that you should have taken advantage of some.  If not, Pirate Princess is a pretty good way to break into it without needing much prior info and should be your next pull list item.

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Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.

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