Damsels 7 preview pages

Damsels 7 is on sale tomorrow (22nd May 2013) . This is the penultimate issue in the first arc of the series. Get it from your local comic shop, direct from Dynamite Entertainment, or digitally via ComiXology. And don’t forget that Damsels vol 1 (collecting issues 1-8)  is available to pre-order via Amazon. While the Villeneuve […]

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Pre-order Damsels Vol 1 from Amazon.com and .co.uk

Once upon a time, the princesses of classic fairytales banded together to save their kingdoms from war! Rapa, a redheaded girl with a fiery spirit and lost memories, discovers a conspiracy that threatens the peace among all the mythical creatures of the land. Joined by the Little Mermaid, the Frog Prince, and Red Riding Hood, […]

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Damsels #6 preview pages

As Rapa, Red, Talia and Heinrich journey through the Enchanted Forest toward Villeneuve, Rapa’s memories begin to return in earnest. The royal cavalcade is ambushed on the road to the kingdom, forcing Queens Talia and Rapunzel to fight for their lives. Meanwhile Queen Belle, plagued by her conscience begins to wonder if she herself might […]

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Damsels #5 preview pages

Coming this Wednesday: Transported magically to the northern Enchanted Forest, Rapa and Heinrich find themselves under the protection of an axe-wielding woods-woman. Out on the desolate Myvathen Mire our little mermaid seizes the chance to confess all to her beloved prince. King Oberon welcomes new recruits to his faerie army as the secret of what […]

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Damsels #4 out today with preview pages

As the twin armies of Perrault and Caumont thunder across the plains, Rapa and Heinrich search for clues to the true identity of Queen Talia in Perrault castle but soon find themselves fighting for their lives. Meanwhile in Villeneuve Queen Belle tries to reason with her husband, the king, as her subjects take matters into […]

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Reviews for Damsels #3

Damsels #3 is a solid comic book that continues to push its narrative forward as the creative teams ushers in its next logical phase.  Recommended. – Unleash the Fanboy If you’re looking for something different to read, you should give Damsels a shot.  I know I’m looking forward to seeing if it can continue to […]

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Damsels #3 preview pages

Coming this Wednesday! In the aftermath of King Persine’s rousing speech against magic violence erupts on the streets of Caumont. As citizen battles citizen the Queens Talia, Rapunzel, and Belle are busy making plans for the real war to come. Rapa manages to escape from the belly of the mighty wyrm only to find herself […]

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Damsels 2 reviewed on The Lottery Party

Team Mooreppion continue spinning their web well, with the rich mythology of this new world coming to form in teasing piecemeal. The world grows, as does its history, creating a sweet buildup for where this is heading. Their scene flow is so delicate and organic especially. It’s all very fun and brightly sharp. …Read the […]

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Damsels #2 reviewed on Unleash the Fanboy

When I opened this comic book to begin my review, I can honestly say I didn’t really know what to expect from this second outing.  Would it maintain the quality of the first issue or would it start to falter?  Thankfully it does neither as it forges ahead tilling it’s own ground as the narrative […]

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Damsels #2 preview pages

Don’t forget that Damsels #2 is out tomorrow! In Caumont – Castle King Persine and Queen Rapunzel are still reeling from the discovery of a mysterious spy in their midst. The loyal subjects of Caumont must be made aware of the sinister magical threat before it’s too late! Meanwhile, having made her escape from Caumont […]

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Damsels interview on Newsarama

Despite what most fairy tales tell you, men aren’t the only ones who can save the day. And in the upcoming new series Damsels from Dynamite Entertainment, the famous females of fairy tale lore are taking up arms and fighting the fight. Written by the team of Leah Moore and John Reppion and drawn by […]

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