Princeless: The Pirate Princess 4

Join us for the finale of Princeless: The Pirate Princess. Adrienne and Raven are surrounded and outnumbered by pirates ten to one. Will our pair of powerful princesses be able to pound these pesky pirates? Of course they will, but it’s gonna be fun to watch.

Knowing this was only a mini series, I went into this last issue excited and a bit sad at the same time.  I’ve enjoyed every part of both this and the title as a whole, and was sure this would be a great finale.  My thoughts were correct, and the ending chapter to Princeless: The Pirate Princess now joins as another part of my favorite Action Lab series.

After the rather impressive boarding of the pirate ship belonging to her brother, Raven along with Adrienne now have to deal with the crew.  The two of them face off against a pretty sizable number, but they prove no match for either princess.  Following quite a few impressive fights, Raven finishes off the leader of the pack and seizes control of the vessel.

Although the setting for this chapter was limited to the deck of a ship, it was a mighty issue for artwork.  All of the action with the battle on board made for some really cool visuals.  The various angles, effects and the illustrations themselves were just spectacular.  I’d really love to see more of what was done here and in the mini series as whole in upcoming issues.

If by some unfortunate manner you’ve never read ANY of Princeless, this is a great mini series to jump into.  For those that know and adore it as much as I do, this is a wonderful addition to the books.  I shall miss these adventures with Adrienne and Raven.  And yes, I completely ship the two of them.  I would absolutely suggest this side story to everybody out there and you should grab all four books right away.

For more information on the Princeless comics or other Action Lab books, check out Action Lab Comics.

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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