REVIEW: Mega Princess #3

Mega Princess follows the tale of Princess Maxine and her best friend and pony companion Justine as they travel the Kingdoms looking for her lost brother. This issue picks up as the pair leave the Tiny Kingdom and head to the seas in search of the lost city of Atlantis but will the mer-people welcome the strange land dwellers and aid in their search or are the Atlantian’s looking to be left alone.

This is a five-part story and I’ve jumped right in at issue three and i have to say it’s not bad, it’s easy enough to follow even without a recap page. The playful super animated art style suits not only the story but the age range this book is aimed at. This book would make a great start point for a parent to introduce their child to the wonderful world of comics.

This one gets 3 stars for adults and 5 for children so we’ll split the difference and call it a 4 star book.

Mega Princess #4
Art by Brianne Drouhard
Written by Kelly Thompson
Colours by M. Victoria Rabado
Letters by Warren Montgomery
Published by Kaboom!
Reviewed by Dawn of Comics

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