Another Castle #1

Another Castle Princess Misty of Beldora longs for a exciting life but gets than she bargained for when she is captured by Lord Badlug the ruler of the neighboring kingdom of Grimoire He intends to marry her and c

  • Title: Another Castle #1
  • Author: Andrew Wheeler Paulina Ganucheau
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Princess Misty of Beldora longs for a exciting life, but gets than she bargained for when she is captured by Lord Badlug, the ruler of the neighboring kingdom of Grimoire He intends to marry her and conquer Beldora, leading the land into ruin and chaos Together with the long suffering citizens of Grimoire and a certain bumbling prince, Misty must fight to protePrincess Misty of Beldora longs for a exciting life, but gets than she bargained for when she is captured by Lord Badlug, the ruler of the neighboring kingdom of Grimoire He intends to marry her and conquer Beldora, leading the land into ruin and chaos Together with the long suffering citizens of Grimoire and a certain bumbling prince, Misty must fight to protect her kingdom and free both realms from Badlug s tyrannical rule.

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  • 3.5 stars +++ Really promising start! I love the set up and all the subversive elements going on in here. Princess Misty is girly but wishes there was more to life than just etiquette and duty as a princess--- i feel this! yay to no shaming traditionally feminine interests! Loved that Misty was a POC, seeing how her dad also has a darker skin color, and I'm guessing Prince Peter is probably based on East Asian people? Anyway this is just a guess. Might ask the artist on twitter eventually about [...]


  • Ohhhh, hooray! Got into this because a friend posted that she'd bought it. I was already in love with Paulina Ganucheau's artwork from Zodiac Starforce, so this didn't take much convincing.Loving the sort-of-fractured fairy tale set up - can't wait for more!



  • GOSH DARN IT THIS IS SO GOOD THOPaulina's art MAKES this story come alive. The story reminds me of one of my favorite children's books where the princess decides she doesn't want to be a princess and runs off to live with a dragon. (That book is Dealing With Dragons in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles and you should all go read it right now.)The main character is strong and feminine and has exceptionally good hair. The bad guys aren't really bad and they care a lot and one bakes, so I'm on their [...]


  • The friendly comic shop clerk sold this to me as "independent princess rescues herself and her kingdom." Of course, he had me at "independent" and rescues herself and the kingdom.This delightful tale follows a princess who is well acquainted with how to use a sword but is smart enough to know when not to. Her jailor, who is inexperienced at jailing, offers her scones because he likes to bake. I also thought the back story about her mother is interesting as well, and I look forward to seeing how [...]


  • At first I was worried that I would not care about the characters in this story. They seemed to have the potential to be flat charicatures of their traditional roles. Even the princess who wants to be her own hero is someone we have all seen before. However, the conflict that arises at the end of this first issue hooked me. I am excited to pick up the next issue. The art style is super clean and the colors are fantastic.


  • This, kind of like Princeless, was the whole "princes saves herself" thing, which I'm totally into. And I really liked the art, and the fact that the prince was Asian (you mean someone other than a white guy with blonde or brown hair can be Prince Charming?!?!? Unthinkable) But the dialogue was pretty mediocre. I'm still going to read the next issue, and hope that this one was basically just setup for the series.


  • I picked this up for all of the bright, candy-colored illustrations. I liked the independent princess heroine, but so far her willingness to fight has been foiled by poor planning and rash decision making, landing her in distressed damsel-hood despite her intentions, and making her somewhat less cool. I'm hoping she'll turn it around in issue #2.


  • This is what a good princess story should be! Following in the footsteps of the Princeless series, this female-empowering, gender stereotype-challenging comic is a fun fairytale adventure with a feminist twist.


  • I love it. This is a mix between absurd, feminine, and the female wanting to escape her boundaries that I sort of hope for in other things. Misty is willing to make sacrifices to do what is right, but still is strong enough to make her own decisions.


  • This was pretty adorable. It subverts the trope of a princess trapped in a tower and puts her in power. The singing bit at the beginning was a little over the top imo.




  • It was a nice read, a little too fast. I feel like it can become a good series over time. I completely loved the drawings.




  • A promising start, showcasing subversive writing from the typical princess tropes, lovely art and wonderful development, particularly for our strong lead. I look forward to seeing how this continues.


  • It's not bad but it has the same sarcastic half assed writing that everything has. It's not meant to be taken seriously, maybe it's meant to be funny, but I can't see myself spending money on something that's just good guy versus bad guy with a joke every other panel. It is what you'd expect it to be, enjoyable but not worth investing in.


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