[Preview] Action Lab’s 2/13 Digital Release: PRINCELESS: RAVEN, THE PIRATE PRINCESS – Year Three: Monsters of the Deep #1

This Wednesday, Action Lab Entertainment has the digital release of the debut issue of the third year for PRINCELESS: RAVEN, THE PIRATE PRINCESS!

RAVEN is a pirate revenge adventure, a soap opera full of messy teenage love stories, and about a dozen coming of age stories set on the high seas. Think “Legend of Korra” at sea with an all female cast.

This series has one of the most diverse and exciting casts of any comic on the market. It’s full of action, adventure, and revenge – but even more full of love stories and soap operas. RAVEN is one of the first YA comics with an openly gay leading lady. But on top of that it has a cast of women who represent a wide spectrum of the LGBTQ community. It’s equal parts soap opera and actual opera.

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Here’s a look at the cover, the storyline, and preview pages for this week’s digital release from Action Lab Entertainment on New Comic Book Day! #NCBD

ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT COMICS

New Digital Release for the week of February 13th, 2019

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Raven The Pirate Princess Year 3: Monsters of the Deep  #1
(Digital Only)

Writer: Jeremy Whitley

Artists:
Xenia Pamfil 
(Pencils)
Christine Hipp
 (Inks)
Lexillo
(Colors)

Letterer: Justin Birch

Editor: Nicole D’Andria

Cover Artists:
Sorah Suhng
(Pencils/Inks)
Eddy Swan
(Colors)

27 pgs./ T / FC   $2.99 (Digital Only)

Raven’s crew has faced all sorts of trials – from mermaids, to rival crews, to Raven’s own treacherous brothers – but none of that has prepared them for what’s coming next.  Because tonight they don’t have any villains to fight.  Tonight they have nothing to face but each other and their own feelings, because tonight is date night!

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What people are saying about Raven:

” ‘Princeless Raven: The Pirate Princess’ is the
YA lesbian heroine we’ve been waiting for”
(AfterEllen)

“…with a new series, comes a new artist: Xenia Pamfil! Her art style reminds me a lot of Rosy Higgins from the first series with a very animated and lively style that makes everything so much fun to look at. ”
(PopNerdTV)

“Raven the Pirate Princess is the Coolest,
Queerest Pirate on the Seven Seas”
(Autostraddle)

PREVIEW PAGES


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