Book Review: Disney Princess: Make Way For Fun by Amy Mebberson

Disney Princess: Make Way For Fun

Author: Author
Series: Disney Princess
Publisher: Dark Horse Books (February 2, 2021)
Paperback, 80 pages
Comics & Graphic Novels, Children


A collection of humorous and heart-filled short comics stories featuring all the Disney Princesses!

It’s never a dull time with the Disney Princesses! Get ready to dive into heaps of fun and entertainment! Cinderella tries her hand at a new sport–there’s no such thing as doing it wrong if no one sees it! Merida’s got an eye for art, it’s always a surprise what she’s going to create. Ariel is learning about the world beyond the sea. She’s about to find out what fishing is all about–and give the people on land something they’ve left in the ocean! Jump from one adventure to another in these quirky Princess stories!

This collection of short comic stories by Amy Mebberson (Disney Princess Comic StripsMy Little Pony) includes all-new, original stories and exciting infographics for you to meet the princesses featured on the cover: Jasmine, Moana, and Merida!


Rating: 4 out of 5.

This is a cute bind up of a bunch of one-shot stories featuring various Disney princesses and their princes, sidekicks, and families. Some of them are just one page, some are a few pages long. Like most collections of short stories, some of the stories are better than others. All of them are set after “Happily Ever After.” This is a cute, fun read for all ages, and the illustrations are adorable.

At the beginning there’s a section of infographics to “meet the princesses,” and this volume features Jasmine, Moana, and Merida. There are 14 stories, featuring in order: Ariel, Rapunzel, Merida, Jasmine, Cinderella, Snow White, Tiana, Mulan, Belle, Merida again, Aurora, Moana, Cinderella again, and Pocahontas. I especially liked “Seeing Stripes,” the story about Jasmine and the “kittens,” as well as “Catching Currents,” where Pocahontas and Nakoma go, er, “fishing.” The illustrations and mannerisms of the various characters are so wonderfully done that I can hear their voices in my head when I read the dialogue. An absolute delight!

A digital ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss+ for review. All opinions are unbiased and my own.

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