Sunday, February 26, 2017
Princess Ugg Vol. 1 (2014) Ted Naifeh and Warren Wucinich
What she learns isn’t quite what she was expecting.
I didn’t remember the premise, so when I started reading I wasn’t quite sure where things were going, but I was interested, so I kept reading.
Once we learned why Princess Ulga is at the academy, things became much more interesting. I also found myself liking the head mistress, who is obviously used to dealing with spoiled brats. (Mistress of deportment? Not so much.)
It’s an interesting story, and I found myself enjoying it. This story is for teens rather than kids, and the themes are more subtle than in Princeless; regardless, it was still enjoyable.
Published by Oni Press