Disney Princess Comic Strips Collection Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-03 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 5 user ratings

" 4.5 stars. Would be a whole 5 except Adam is still in beast form for all the strip's... All around entertaining and I am looking forward to the second volume " said.

" Made of cuteness, both the stories and the art. I will admit that I was really hoping for something closer to Pocket Princesses. " said.

" I completely and utterly fell in love with this! " said.

" Perfect for my little girl for Christmas - funny too! " said.

" Absolutely delightful!Having been a fan of Amy Mebberson's "Pocket Princesses" strips for ages, it's so nice to get more of them!The strips here aren't all stand-alone jokes, some combine into entire mini stories of lulz " said.

"I follow Amy Mebberson's Pocket Princesses facebook page and it's delightful, so I'm happy that she has been given the opportunity to showcase her wit and great art on a larger scale. She succeeds in the one-shot approach so well that I wish there were more single panel comics in this collection. Sometimes the three panels have too clear a set-up-to-punchline style humor to really get a good chuckle out of me, but I know I'm likely not the intended audience for these strips. Nevertheless, this was a fun collection - highlights include Aurora's longer strip about mansplaining and Jasmine's quest for a good night's sleep. " said.

"This little comic collection could be read and enjoyed by anyone, male or female, young or old. Her work is both satirical and cute, taking on a lot of both modern woman problems, such as hair catastrophes and chores, as well as tropes the princesses carry (Ariel's perfect beach waves and Snow White's simple naivety). Their chemistry together is adorable, and their interactions are very real. They both love and protect each other, whilst driving one another crazy, and it does make for many funny adventures.

This comic is a perfect coffee table book, in the sense that there are some comics included that take as little as a panel to get its message across, whilst others take on you on small adventures for pages and pages. I found myself reading one or two stories at every spare five minutes I found. With most comics, I have to devote an entire afternoon to their pages, watching the stories unfold amongst beautiful artwork because it's so easy to put them down and forget a small and vital detail.

I have been a devoted fan of Amy Mebberson's web series Pocket Princesses for a great number of years now, saving my favourites and secretly praying Disney would grant her copyright powers, allowing me to wear them on a shirt. My prayers were answered, and I now wait impatiently until the second complete volume is in my eager hands.

If you haven't seen any of Amy's work before, do yourself a favour and check her out.

For your enjoyment, here are some of my saved, all time favourites (not featured in this collection, so no spoilers!—All credit to Amy Mebberson)



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" This is aces guys! (longer review later with pictures!) " said.

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