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Princeless Volume 2: Get Over Yourself Paperback – 1 Aug 2013

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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment (1 Aug. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098596524X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985965242
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 0.6 x 25.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 70,880 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jeremy Whitley is the award-winning writer of the Princeless series. Emily Martin is the talented artist for Volume 2 of "Princeless." Not only is she a high-level illustrator, but she is a teacher as well.

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I first read Princeless Volume 3 #1 and loved it. It's the fairy tale I wish I'd had growing up, with the snarky princess who is more than capable of taking care of herself.

The artwork is lovely as well, and I like the rotating artists for each volume so far.

The quality of the trade it pretty good as well. Not had any problems with pages falling out and it's been read over and over as well as been lent out copiously.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An Amazing Read 5 Feb. 2014
By L.D. - Published on
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Whitley and Martin have created an instant classic that pokes fun at storybook tropes and empowers its female characters. A fun story for all ages, but especially loved by my young daughter.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Another great addition to the series - though not nearly enough of Sparky! 17 April 2014
By Wendy B - Published on
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Self-rescuing princess Adrienne continues her adventures with companions Bedelia, the half dwarf blacksmith and Sparky the dragon. Unable to rescue her youngest sister, Adrienne goes after the beautiful Angelica instead, only to find that Angelica may not want to be rescued. Meanwhile, their father has found the most deadly and unique bounty hunters in the land and tasks them with finding the knight whom he believes killed Adrienne.

As promised in our interview, this volume of Princeless is less preachy than the previous one. Where volume one struck out at the comic industry and sexism and prejudice as a whole, this one tones down that commentary a bit to focus on Adrienne’s adventures. It also takes an interesting turn with Adrienne discovering that her book learning and headstrong confidence has not prepared her for the world. She’s confronted with the fact that she might not be aware of everything she ought to be, and that just because she believes strongly in something, does not mean everyone else does.

Emily C. Martin takes over the artistic reigns on Princeless and does a great job at making everything just as bright and fun as the first volume.

I read this to my daughters, aged seven and five, who loved the first volume and laughed out loud with this one, too. The mysterious Black Knight plucked at their curiosity and the showdown with the various characters were exciting and funny. They especially liked the sisterly hugs that came with Angelica and Adrienne’s resolution and are eager to read more after that creepy cliffhanger ending! Our only complaint was that there was not enough Sparky!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great fantasy story for kids and adults alike 11 Sept. 2014
By Tristan J Tarwater - Published on
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Love the Princeless story! Jeremy Whitley tells a fun and engaging tell of family, heroineism, feminism, fighting, friendship and more! I bought this for my daughter as a surprise, as we'd already read the first one and loved it! It's really nice to find stories we can both enjoy and the trials of Adrienne and Bedelia as they try to rescue princesses are well written and hilarious. I think any kid would dig this comic book, not only girls. Everyone wants to be a hero and every kid deals with their parents expectations, so all children can relate to the plights of Adrienne, her friends and other siblings.

The only negative comment I have is the pages could be laid our better; in a trade, some of the words sometimes fall into the gutter and are hard to read. But this is a technical thing that does little to hinder the enjoyment of this epic tale Princess Adrienne. Love it!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Honestly my favorite comic book volume of any series (so far) 17 July 2014
By Hannah - Published on
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I can't say I love this comic enough! I have read it so many times now I've lost count! With the premise established and out of the way, volume 2 is free in exploring the unique story that PrinceLess has to offer. We get our first glimpse that there's more to the story than just a clever, witty, beautiful princess who takes care of business. As if that wasn't enough. We experience just how expansive this world is, and the many adventures in store for our hero Adrienne. New threats, new princesses, a stunning creature design (boss fight), and a pretty sweet fight scene; this book is an absolute must!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great story that breaks stereotypes 14 Sept. 2013
By Lilace M. Guignard - Published on
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Here we have more adventure, plot, and character development in the second installment. The apologists for the oppressive (and boring) stereotypes in comics say that if the main character is a female and/or minority then it's just tokenism. Whitley shows that to be the BS it is. All the characters get developed here and the twists keep me entertained. The art is magnificent. I am using this in my Intro to Women's Studies class. My 6 yr old daughter loves it and my 9 yr old son (a very picky comic reader who loves Deadpool) thinks its great. More, Whitley, more!!
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