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ADVENTURE TIME ORIGINAL GN VOL 02 PIXEL PRINCESSES (C: 1-0-0 (Adventure Time (Kaboom!)) Paperback – 17 Dec 2013


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Princesses are the best 30 Dec. 2013
By Elizabeth C. Stege - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved seeing some action out of some of the more obscure princesses. This book had all of the sorts of things I wanted to see. More of Turtle Princess and LSP's friendship, more of Muscle Princess just in general, video game fights, secret talents... all good stuff.
Breakfast Princess makes me hungry... 13 Oct. 2014
By Adam Oster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A relatively fun romp into the world of Oo, as well as a deeper delving into the world of BMO, Pixel Princesses really manages to capture that light/odd tone of the television series, while also giving us further details into the multitude of princesses of the show. LSP actually manages to show some depth (albeit an incredibly small amount) as she works through her own wants regarding being a princess or being normal, while at the same time, BMO also seems to working through some incredibly similar issues.

But, in the end, this is just a goofy tale of princesses saving princesses in a video game world. And at that, it does a pretty darn good job.
Ohmigod. So. Good. 2 Dec. 2014
By Dione Basseri - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Lumpy Space Princess is terrible. She's just a terrible person. There's no getting around that fact.

But DAMN is she perfection.

In this graphic novel, the Princesses of Ooo are trapped inside BMO's circuits after telling him he is not allowed to be a princess. BMO proceeds with his normal oblivious and maybe a bit psychotic tendencies, forcing them to play a game which has them capitalizing on their strengths and also facing their fears. Through it all, LSP is useless. Or...is she?

Well, I mean, she's got to be useful SOMETIME.

LSP fans (that is, EVERYONE) definitely need to read this book. Ohmigod.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Interesting But Not Compelling 8 Feb. 2014
By Rocky Sunico - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
At first I was rather weirded out by the mix of princesses that they selected for this story. I can probably count on one hand the number of times that I've seen Skeleton Princess, while in contrast Muscle Princess is one of those background characters that get featured a lot. So definitely some interesting choices in terms of the "casting" of this comic, and I think in the end there was a lot of fun to be had with seeing these characters interact.

It's a no-brainer to say that I totally loved Skeleton Princess. In essence, she's a zombie - or at least a some sort of an animated skeleton creature. And this comic did a great job of fleshing out her character more - and they made sure that she remained line with the visual concept that pretty much drove her creation.

On the whole though, I wasn't too keen on the overall story structure. The decision to build the plot around the individual challenges that each Princess would have to face was a decent idea, but it also proved a little limiting. And the lack of cohesion between the stories resulted in each of the challenge stories to act like a separate story within the main plot. And thus further driving the feeling of things being not quite a great fit when brought together.

And the resolution of each challenge - and eventually the main story - also felt a tad weak. Something was lost in how everything was put together and I wish there was a bit more thought put into how they wanted the characters to achieve a sense of resolution by the end of the book. It wasn't necessarily bad, but it was still a little lacking.
Best adventure time series 13 Mar. 2014
By Railey Henry - Published on Amazon.com
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This book had so many wickedly funny parts, I was dying in laughter. I love the graphic novels because it shows princesses being heros and having adventures.
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