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Raven: The Pirate Princess

Post by Fatima_Palacios » 12 Sep 2018, 00:18

The Pirate Princess is a spinoff of Princeless (but can be read as stand alone) that follows Raven Xingtao who is looking revenge against her brothers after they stole everything that was supposed to be hers in order to do this she needs a crew and decides to look for girls in need of adventure to help her.

This comic is funny, full of action, adventures and of course a little bit of love.

Has anyone read it?
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Post by Vscholz » 21 Oct 2018, 19:26

That sounds like so much fun! I haven't heard of it (not that I recall), but I enjoy fantasy with a twist. It sounds like it might be similar to Rat Queens, to a very small extent, or maybe Another Castle.
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Post by M Zee » 24 Oct 2018, 21:29

I love Princeless! And I would consider The Pirate Princess a slightly older cousin to that series (maybe geared towards a pre-teen/teen audience), in that there is some romance and a lot of fun action. (It's a little more sword fighting and the like). I highly recommend it.

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Post by kinjoz » 25 Oct 2018, 15:36

Totally sounds like something I could love reading! Anything that has adventure in it and some serious revenge take-out plan in it sounds fun. The humor is sure to be a bonus! Planning on it already :) :)

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Post by Fatima_Palacios » 04 Nov 2018, 22:47

Vscholz wrote:
21 Oct 2018, 19:26
That sounds like so much fun! I haven't heard of it (not that I recall), but I enjoy fantasy with a twist. It sounds like it might be similar to Rat Queens, to a very small extent, or maybe Another Castle.
Is a little bit similar to Rat Queens, mostly in the girl power that is shown in the story. I'm sure you would enjoy it.
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Post by Fatima_Palacios » 04 Nov 2018, 22:48

M Zee wrote:
24 Oct 2018, 21:29
I love Princeless! And I would consider The Pirate Princess a slightly older cousin to that series (maybe geared towards a pre-teen/teen audience), in that there is some romance and a lot of fun action. (It's a little more sword fighting and the like). I highly recommend it.
I haven't read Princeless but is next in my To Be Read list.
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Post by Fatima_Palacios » 04 Nov 2018, 22:49

kinjoz wrote:
25 Oct 2018, 15:36
Totally sounds like something I could love reading! Anything that has adventure in it and some serious revenge take-out plan in it sounds fun. The humor is sure to be a bonus! Planning on it already :) :)
I hope you like it, is truly a fun and action packed comic.
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Post by M Zee » 04 Nov 2018, 22:53

Vscholz wrote:
21 Oct 2018, 19:26
That sounds like so much fun! I haven't heard of it (not that I recall), but I enjoy fantasy with a twist. It sounds like it might be similar to Rat Queens, to a very small extent, or maybe Another Castle.
I think if you like Rat Queens and Another Castle, you'd definitely enjoy Raven:Pirate Princess! It's much less mature than Rat Queens (which I do love) and probably closer in tone to Another Castle, though!
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Post by Nusrat_Shabnam_ » 06 Dec 2018, 01:41

I haven't tried any of the books mentioned above, but I would like to try them for sure.

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