Mega Princess concludes this week, and Travis thinks you should get it, even if you have to wade through frogs to get to the comic store to do so!
Mega Princess 4 amps up this already great series with the best issue yet, as Princess and Pony are Prisoners of the Poseidon People!
Travis belatedly reviews the latest issue of Mega Princess, number 3, and also includes the sweet animated trailed that Brianne Drouhard did for the book!
The usual AJS lineup shifted a bit this week, because Travis still wasn’t done with his look at our pal Nick Marino’s new comic Cougar and Cub. It worked out, though, because issue 1 is out next Wednesday!
All right, you heard him. Greg Burgas put me on the spot here, so I guess I have to address it. I haven’t done an archery nitpick post in a while, but I think Hawkeye #1 might be a good excuse to talk about some things I see in the first issue, a couple things I’d love to see, and a few things that almost everybody gets wrong.
Travis looks at Mega Princess 2, wherein Max outfoxes a fox and visits the Tiny Kingdom.
Mega Princess 1 is a comic book that makes me want to have kids for the sole reason of being able to introduce them to comics with this book. It’s that good.