Princeless

Princeless

Raven, the Pirate Princess. Book One, Captain Raven and the All-girl Pirate Crew

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 it back. But first, she needs a crew. Share the laughs, action, and adventure as Raven assembles the fearless crew of awesome ladies who will help her get her revenge.
Publisher: [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania] Action Lab Entertainment, 2016
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781632291196
1632291193
Branch Call Number: YA 741.5973 W5904Pr01 2016
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Brandt, Ted
Higgins, Rosy

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ArapahoeLaura Feb 07, 2018

A girl gang on the high seas seeking revenge. Features a lesbian main character AND comes with a kids Prequel Series!

ArapahoeJennieB Dec 30, 2017

A great spin off from the already good, Princeless series. We're first introduced to Raven, the pirate princess, in the third book of the Princeless series. In the first book of this spin off, we find out even more about Raven's back story, and we are introduced to a whole new cast of strong female characters, who all decide to sail the seas with Raven, joining her in her quest for revenge against her brothers.

Exciting and compelling, I highly recommend this first book in the Raven: Pirate Princess graphic novel series.

Chapel_Hill_MaiaJ Aug 30, 2017

This spinoff series from Princeless is even better than the original, and that's saying something! In this series, it seems like Whitley is writing for a slightly older audience, more towards pre-teens and teens, while still being all ages appropriate. One of the subplots revolves around her love story, and the storylines seem to go a little deeper and deal with topics in a more serious manner, although there are still plenty of great one-liners and laugh out loud moments like the original series. The all-girl pirate crew is awesome in so many ways, while still being flawed people who have to learn from their mistakes, making this series a great way to start conversations with your kids. Some of the topics that come up include gender diversity, sexual orientation, love, racism, violence, consultation, respecting individual differences, and anger and hurt.

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rademu
May 16, 2017

I had high expectations for this comics since people have recommended it to me many times, unfortunately, this comic did not meet these expectations. But this does NOT mean Raven the Pirate Princess is a bad comic book. In fact, it was pretty good. The art style is really cool and the plot is okay. I would recommend this comic to anyone who is looking for a comic with a strong female protagonist(s) and likes a good adventure story.

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May 16, 2017

rademu thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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