Pocket princess comics in order

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Disney Princess #1 (Disney Princess, #1) by Amy Mebberson

Our whole household are huge fans of Amy Mebbersons Pocket Princesses web comic. She took a hiatus from those to do start this book (understandable, since this one pays). While I prefer the webcomic, I realize that Im about 35 years too old to be the target audience of this comic book. All that said, this comic is a series of vignettes about the princesses, before and after their transformations. The interactions between the characters are sweet and amusing. If you have daughters who enjoy princesses, this comic is a great introduction to the genre of comics. No scanty costumes only sweet stories about characters that become more real when you read them on a page when written and drawn by Amy Mebberson.
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Disney Princess #1

It is unfortunate that the people behind the Disney Princess franchise has an unwritten rule that prevents the princesses from interacting with one another. Gathering the leading ladies of some of the most popular Disney Animated Canon films out there under one label is just begging for a Crossover of sorts after all. Which brings us Pocket Princesses , an unofficial Fan Web Comic made by professional Disney artist Amy Mebberson depicting what would happen if the current and future Disney Princesses were all living under one roof. The result? Lots of hi-jinks and shenanigans as different personalities and eras mix, often in very silly ways. Characters featured are:. The comic could be found either in this Tumblr page, or in this Facebook page, or in this Instagram page, or in this Pinterest page.

Gold Digger is a comic book series, written and drawn by Fred Perry , and published by Antarctic Press. Perry came up with the initial inspiration for Gold Digger during his tour of duty in the First Gulf War , [1] and released the debut oneshot in Antarctic Press' Mangazine, in A four-issue miniseries followed in and , followed by a regular monthly black-and-white series, and finally the current colour series beginning in If counting all the regular series issues, alongside all the connected miniseries, annuals, special issues, and handbooks produced by the author, it is the most extensive, long-running, entirely original creator-controlled, self-contained North American comic book in history. The artwork and design are strongly influenced by Japanese manga , and Perry himself describes the book as a mixture of Indiana Jones and Final Fantasy. He has recently been inspired by the way the current Doctor Who TV series develops story arcs , and adapted the series to a similar consistently self-contained format from issue and onwards, with each issue easily accessible and possible to enjoy for new readers. In , Perry received an Inkpot Award for his work on the series.

Hey guys, claire here with a new blog for all of you about an artist that you may of heard of before! Pocket princess is a comic that started back in It's creator as thus made over a hundred one panel comics featuring all the Disney princesses, and sometimes there friends. The comic has the girls living together, or at least it's hinted that they do. It also gives the girls more personality, and new scenarios that really fit with there stories.

Hey guys, claire here with a new blog for all of you about an artist that you may of heard of before! Pocket princess is a comic that started back in
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