Dec 12, 2014

Early Reader Review: Princess Ugg #6 by Ted Naifeh

Today’s the Final Order Cutoff for Bad Machinery Vol. 3, Brides of Helheim #3, The Bunker #8, and Princess Ugg #6, which means it’s your LAST day to preorder them from your comic shop!
Get those preorders in, amigos! It feels good, we promise.
Princess Ugg
Series: Comic Issue #6
Publisher:  Oni Press
Publication Date:  December 10, 2014


Format: ebook
Source: Oni Press in exchange for an honest review. This in no way effects my opinion or review of the book.



After a gang of bandits makes off with the rest of the princesses, Ülga takes off after them, following her instincts and abandoning the rules of diplomacy. For the bandits have no diplomacy either, and their leader is a man of great power-who sees Ülga for who she really is. 
I really loved this issue of Princess Ugg. She is back to her old violent and barbaric self trying to avenge her new friends. In doing so she must come to terms with her new life, civilization, and who she wants to be. It was a great installment. 

Ulga is heroic, demanding, and wonderfully independent. The plot of this issue was exciting and a very quick read. The dialogue was informative about a lot of the key aspects and themes that have been occuring in these books and that made me happy. 

Can't wait for the next one.



1 comment:

  1. I am not familiar with these books but laughed when I seen Princess UGG!