Published on March 8th, 2019 | by Preston Poulter


Review: Raven: Pirate Princess #1, “Date Night”

I review Action Labs Entertainment Raven: Pirate Princess #1, “Date Night”.

This interior art and story simply does not live up to the expectations established by the cover, which allows the reader to mirror the sexual frustration of the Captain who seems hardly in command of her own ship. The main market for this book would be LB 12-year old girls. There really is not much story to speak of. Raven, Pirate Captain, has the hots for a crew member, and they spend the first ten pages conversing about it and neglecting all duties assigned to them.

You can pick this up for $1.99 over at Comixology

Cover: Sorah Suhng, Eddy Swan,
Interiors: Xenia Pamfil, Christine Hipp, Lexilio.
Written by: Jeremy Whiteley

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About the Author

Preston Poulter (Writer / Creator): Does a lot of traveling, but calls Dallas his home. He completed his first movie, “Standoff at Sparrow Creek” which was filmed entirely in Dallas and is now on Amazon Prime. He enjoys using comics as a medium to explore story concepts in anticipation of movie production at a later date. His first creation was the White Lily miniseries, a story originally conceived at a poker table. He’s also the creator and writer of Guinevere and Divinity Factory.

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