Caribbean Queens Issue #1

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~*~*~*~ Once upon a time, on a beautiful Caribbean isle, The fishermen could not fish, for the waters had turned vile; The people were losing faith in the ruler of the land Whose daughter was about to marry a rich and handsome man, But island magic had yet to play its hand... ~*~*~*~ Caribbean Queens, a shoujo manga based on the movie, Once Upon a Wedding, is a tropical fairytale spun by the fresh talents of up-and-coming authors and artists from around the world. Read the premiere issue, then check the last page for a chance to have your opinion printed in issue #2, and visit our website to discover how you can get your writing or artwork featured in an upcoming issue. NOTES: This issue reads right-to-left. The download version reads bottom to top. Writer: Diana Cheng Artist: Haryati "Xanseviera" Mohd Ehsan
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  • By Bryan Redeagle
    Jun 4, 2008
    "Very nicely done..." The artwork in this first issue is nicely done (I like the eyes), and next issue's artwork is looking just as good. The shading is well done and very consistant. The halftones accentuate the characters without ruining their features, and the Carribean landscape is beautifully drawn. It also has a very good story. It's a romance story, but it's caught me as a reader. The characters are well written, and a joy to read about. The two main characters, Luis and Rogelio, and a very funny duo and I would like to see them get in more trouble for some laughs. -Bryan-
  • By Mahyuddin "Mayu Zane" Bin Zin
    Mar 22, 2006
    "Simply enjoyable" I just read the downloaded version, and I have come to the conclusion that this is a really good comic. Not the best I ever read, but it's still excellent. The art style gives out signs that the artist is a true professional (especially the tone work! Very effective), and the writing is equally superb. I found myself actually caring about the characters (especially the two male cousins, their antics just make me laugh). Speaking of laughing, the sense of humor is definitely one of the comic's strong points, along with the drama and romantic themes. (My favorite funny line in the whole comic was "This isn't shonen-ai manga" I couldn't help but laugh at that reference) I just wish I could actually buy the book instead of just downloading it. Nonetheless, I'm happy that I got to enjoy it in some way.
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Mambo Manga
October 1, 2011
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