Princeless

Princeless

Raven, the Pirate Princess

Graphic Novel - 2016-
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Fresh off her adventures in the pages of Princeless,Raven is ready to set out on her quest for revenge against her brothers. They've stolen everything that should be hers and now she's going to get itback. But first, she needs a crew. Share the laughs, action, and adventure asRaven assembles the fearless crew of awesome ladies who will help her get herrevenge.

Publisher: [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania] : Action Lab Entertainment, [2016]-
ISBN: 9781632291196
1632291193
9781632291295
1632291290
9781632291400
9781632292643
9781632293671
Branch Call Number: YA GN PRINCELE RAVEN
Characteristics: volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
Alternative Title: Raven, the pirate princess

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LPL_CentennialC Jul 23, 2016

I loved the original Princeless (as did my young niece who read them over and over and over) but I adore the Pirate Princess series! It's aimed more at older kids than the original series, but still has a lot of goofy fun. All lady pirate crew? Queer romance? Awesome action? Diverse, body-positiv... Read More »


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Jul 26, 2017

It is no secret that Whitley is one of my all-time favorite comic writers, and him combined with the talents of Stein and Brandt make for one excellent series. Princess: Raven the Pirate Princess is a spin-off of the original Princeless comic, and it definitely lives up to the quality of the original. This series is for an older audience than Princeless, but is still appropriate for all ages (personally, I share this series with my little sister--she loves it!)
The story revolves around Raven, the daughter of a pirate king, whose mission is to take the fleet that is rightfully hers back from her scheming brothers. How does she do this? By fixing up her own boat, assembling a crew of kick-butt women, and sailing the open seas with said crew of kick-butt women.
On top of this solid plotline, the series also features characters of many different races, body types, sexual orientations, and cultures. Now, if you're worried about whether all are represented well, especially with the writer being a white man, let me try to put some of that at ease--Whitley does go out of his way to get sensitivity readers from the groups he portrays to look over what he's written and point out any issues. While this probably does not catch everything that could be considered problematic (that is absolutely impossible, after all), it does catch quite a bit before the issues are published.

LPL_CentennialC Jul 23, 2016

I loved the original Princeless (as did my young niece who read them over and over and over) but I adore the Pirate Princess series! It's aimed more at older kids than the original series, but still has a lot of goofy fun. All lady pirate crew? Queer romance? Awesome action? Diverse, body-positive cast? SIGN ME UP.

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