Disney Frozen Breaking Boundaries #1 Review
Dark Horse Comics have launched a new comic book series based on Disney’s classic animated movie, Frozen. This series is called Breaking Boundaries and is an all new story, which introduces another strong Princess character, Mari.
The story takes place after the movie, with Elsa playing the role of the Queen, but Anna feels a little lost as she has no job or role, but meeting up with the mysterious character sets the plot in motion.
With a secondary plot involving both Arendelle and their neighbours, Vesterland, which sets up the next issue, also being a new “threat” to Elsa and Anna, which will become the main plot for this series, but this issue is primarily about introducing Princess Mari.
The artwork on this book is very impressive, it is full of bright colours, with the characters jumping off the screen, but also featuring impressive backgrounds, that really show what great work the Kawaii Creative Studio does.
My only complaint would be the lack of Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, but its understandable with the introduction of the Royal family from Vesterland. But these are thrown into the background, so its not like they’ve been ignored, but I’m hoping we see more of them in future issues.
OVERALL: Frozen: Breaking Boundaries is a fun comic book, that is perfect for younger readers who want some new unique Frozen stories. It’s got some great artwork and is one of the strongest Disney comics I’ve read this year.
REVIEW SCORE: 8 out of 10
You can purchase this comic book from retailers including Amazon