[Preview] Action Lab’s 5/1 Release: PRINCELESS Vol. 7 TPB: “Find Yourself”

This Wednesday, May 1st, Action Lab Entertainment has the next collected volume of PRINCELESS!

Volume 7 of the award-winning PRINCELESS series brings back all the action and charm of the series that’s been enchanting readers young and old alike for over six years!  New readers and fans of stories like Avatar: The Last Airbender and Lumberjanes will find a fantasy world full of new adventures and things to love. The story puts girls in the driver’s seat of fantasy stories as few others have done.

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

ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT COMICS

New Digital Release for the week of May 1st, 2019

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PRINCELESS Vol. 7: “Find Yourself”

Writer:
Jeremy Whitley


Artists:
Emily C. Martin, Ainhoa Rueda,
Christine Hipp, Brett Grunig

Cover Artists:
Emily C. Martin, Brett Grunig

160 pgs./ E / FC   $14.99

With Bedelia left behind, Adrienne and Sparky are on their own for the first time since they left the tower…and it’s not going well. Alize’s castle is somewhere in the Great Southern Desert, but they can’t find it!  They’ve been lost in the desert for days and when tempers flare, Adrienne may find herself alone and in peril on her quest. But what waits for her in the desert is more amazing than she could have imagined…and more deadly. It’s time for a final confrontation with the Black Knight.

And as they emerge from the Black Forest, Devin and company find themselves going head-to-head with an old enemy in an unexpected place. Soon Asheland will be under attack, but will they make it back to Asheland to tell anyone?

What people are saying about Princeless:

“With Princeless we get all the wonderful essences
of a classic fairytale with a delightful twist.”
(Black Girl Nerds)

Princeless: Pirate Princess is a fresh, exciting, and delightful all-ages adventure comic
that evokes classic adventures like Avatar: The Last Airbender and Powerpuff Girls.
(A Place to Hang Your Cape)

“…a great comic where the girls take the lead, on their own terms,
definitely doing it for themselves and doing it so very, very well.”
(Forbidden Planet)

PREVIEW PAGES


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