Story – Jeremy Whitley
Art – Emily Martin
Publisher – Action Lab
Review by Jeremias de Leon
The story goes on a bit of a winding adventure with twists and turns on just exactly what you think might happen and then pulling the rug out from under you. As with previous issues of Princeless and with books by Jeremy Whitley in general, the characters are wonderfully written and have such depth to them that whether they be the antagonist or the protagonist you’ll be too intrigued by them to put the book down. The stand out in this issue particularly however is the warrior werewolf Kira. Who’s brash attitude and little knowledge of the world outside hunting makes her very interesting and entertaining.
Emily Martin’s art looks wonderful, particularly the characters, though the scenery isn’t half bad either. But the way she draws the characters with a little bit of what seems to be an anime and cartoon blended influence makes it quite pleasing to the eye. The characters look decent but also have this extra bit of dynamic exaggeration that isn’t too out there but it’s enough to make the characters pop out to you more.
This book was a thoroughly entertaining issue to read from cover to cover. It’s big on laughs and action and what’s perfect is it’s a great book to share as well due to it being an all ages book. I wholeheartedly recommend this book with a 10 out of 10