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Star Butterfly, everyone's favorite fun-loving teen princess, may be a little out of this world, but she would do anything for her friends. So when Star hears that her princess bestie, Pony Head, is wrongfully imprisoned, Star springs into action to prove Pony Head's innocence! Don't miss Star and her best Earth-friend, Marco risk their own freedom in one crazy adventure a Star Butterfly, everyone's favorite fun-loving teen princess, may be a little out of this world, but she would do anything for her friends. So when Star hears that her princess bestie, Pony Head, is wrongfully imprisoned, Star springs into action to prove Pony Head's innocence! Don't miss Star and her best Earth-friend, Marco risk their own freedom in one crazy adventure after another, all in the hope of exonerating the mischievous Pony Head. The quirky outrageousness of Disney XD's most magical, interdimensional show comes to life in in this collection of issue #1-4 of the original comic books series from Joe Books.


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Star Butterfly, everyone's favorite fun-loving teen princess, may be a little out of this world, but she would do anything for her friends. So when Star hears that her princess bestie, Pony Head, is wrongfully imprisoned, Star springs into action to prove Pony Head's innocence! Don't miss Star and her best Earth-friend, Marco risk their own freedom in one crazy adventure a Star Butterfly, everyone's favorite fun-loving teen princess, may be a little out of this world, but she would do anything for her friends. So when Star hears that her princess bestie, Pony Head, is wrongfully imprisoned, Star springs into action to prove Pony Head's innocence! Don't miss Star and her best Earth-friend, Marco risk their own freedom in one crazy adventure after another, all in the hope of exonerating the mischievous Pony Head. The quirky outrageousness of Disney XD's most magical, interdimensional show comes to life in in this collection of issue #1-4 of the original comic books series from Joe Books.

30 review for Disney Star vs The Forces of Evil: Deep Trouble: Comics Collection

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    Ah, a way to fill the hole of emptiness that the series left me while I am waiting for season 3 to start airing (I heard it was planned for the summer, so many more months to go). Also yes, this actual edition isn't out yet, but the individual comics are. I am a giant fan of this show. One day I heard about it and started watching, and that was the end of me. :P So I am delighted that this show is getting comics and books as well, just like Gravity Falls did. The comics are, thankfully, in the sa Ah, a way to fill the hole of emptiness that the series left me while I am waiting for season 3 to start airing (I heard it was planned for the summer, so many more months to go). Also yes, this actual edition isn't out yet, but the individual comics are. I am a giant fan of this show. One day I heard about it and started watching, and that was the end of me. :P So I am delighted that this show is getting comics and books as well, just like Gravity Falls did. The comics are, thankfully, in the same drawing style as the series. Why is this such a relief? Because I was worried we would get a totally different style, it happens to comics after all. But thankfully these are just in true Star style. At first I was worried it would be way too Pony Head centred. She isn't one of my favourite characters, especially not when talking. And in a way it is centred around her (because duh, she got into trouble (again) and Star has to save her), but you barely see her after the first issue. Instead we see Star and Marco cross several dimensions/alternate universes. For instance the one where her mom and dad meet (soooooo cute! sooooo adorable! I loved seeing both of them, and then before they fell in love and got married) or the one with all the cats who have human faces (creeeeeeepy). The Glossaryck one was definitely bordering on NOPE, especially that neighbour drooling over teenage girl Glossaryck. Ewww. No. Just no. I am just sad that the comic ends on a cliffhanger. I had hoped that the 4 issues would form one story, and that a new story would start in the next issue. Now it is just waiting for issue #5 to come out, hopefully soon, as I want to see if our heroes will save the annoying Pony Head. But all in all, I definitely enjoyed reading this, I wouldn't mind seeing these comics animated, I am sure it would be even more awesome then. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maggie Gordon

    A cute, very true to the show set of tales from the Star VS the Forces of Evil Universe. Ponyhead has gotten herself in trouble again, and Star comes to the rescue, travelling through time and battling with human-faced cats to try and save her friend! The art matches the show perfectly, though I must complain that this is a cliff hanger book. Can't we do more than 4 issues per volume?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    An almost decent tie-in to an almost decent TV show I recently binged. My favorite thing about the show is the theme song, which, y'know, this book didn't have going in its favor right off the bat. In a fairly typical set-up, Pony Head is in trouble because of her obnoxious behavior and needs Star Butterfly and Marco Diaz to help her out of a tight spot. A quest begins, but two of the first three stops end up being entirely pointless to the larger story. Regardless, the art and character voices An almost decent tie-in to an almost decent TV show I recently binged. My favorite thing about the show is the theme song, which, y'know, this book didn't have going in its favor right off the bat. In a fairly typical set-up, Pony Head is in trouble because of her obnoxious behavior and needs Star Butterfly and Marco Diaz to help her out of a tight spot. A quest begins, but two of the first three stops end up being entirely pointless to the larger story. Regardless, the art and character voices are pretty spot-on to the show. The biggest problem is that the book ends with "To be continued . . . " but the comic book series it collects was canceled after the four issues collected here, so there may never be a resolution to the story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Courtney Birnbaum

    This is a collection of the first four comic books from Disney's comic series "Deep Trouble," which features Star Butterfly, Marco Diaz and many other characters from its animated series Star vs. the Forces of Evil. The short length of the comics made an incredibly quick read, which was disappointing because I had waited so long to finally get copies of these, and I finished it all in a half hour. Some stories included are better than others, but it's still a nice supplement to the TV show. The This is a collection of the first four comic books from Disney's comic series "Deep Trouble," which features Star Butterfly, Marco Diaz and many other characters from its animated series Star vs. the Forces of Evil. The short length of the comics made an incredibly quick read, which was disappointing because I had waited so long to finally get copies of these, and I finished it all in a half hour. Some stories included are better than others, but it's still a nice supplement to the TV show. The art is decent, the characterization is good, and yet, I can't give this more than 3.5 stars because this collection doesn't contain a full story arc. I don't see this drawing new fans to the show because of its innovation, but fans of the show should be amused with this comic series. Overall, I am very glad that this comic exists and that I could save a few dollars by buying the trade rather than having to order individual comics online (my local shops don't carry SVTFOE Deep Trouble), and I am looking forward to seeing what actually happens in this story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Madison Ruth

    Huge fan of Star vs the forces of evil. Literally want to grab anything to quench the thirst between seasons. Also, STARCO is my OTP. Very much like the show and a good story that feels very familiar to the episodes set up. Wish there were more STARCO moments. Also, This is like a part one of a series because the main story hasn't been resolved yet. I liked getting to see Star's parents when they were younger. It was kind of cute because there is so much depth to Moon Butterfly and River that th Huge fan of Star vs the forces of evil. Literally want to grab anything to quench the thirst between seasons. Also, STARCO is my OTP. Very much like the show and a good story that feels very familiar to the episodes set up. Wish there were more STARCO moments. Also, This is like a part one of a series because the main story hasn't been resolved yet. I liked getting to see Star's parents when they were younger. It was kind of cute because there is so much depth to Moon Butterfly and River that the show used to only hint at. I like seeing them branch out of their stern royal appearance and show their real personalities. I also like that Moon's wand looked like it did as she was Queen and showed her studying her magic; just another inside to how her training was different from Star's and how they relate as Mother and Daughter in the show. I liked how Ferguson showed up again. Where have those guys been on the show recently? Star is explaining like "This is why we don't invite you anywhere!" The one story that I felt so unnecessary and freaked me out more than anything was Glosserick's story. I felt so confused when reading it. Still trying to figure out what the Goblin Dog's stand has to do with Pony Head but remembering the episode, maybe the goblin dog did something to her?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    Oh no, Pony Head! Someone has it out for that magic equine! Star puts herself on the line to prove her friend's innocence. Even going as far to try to travel back and catch the culprit. Between time travel mishaps and Glossaryck's craziness, she is going to need some help. It's a very enjoyable comical read that would be amazing in a min arc of the show. I hope (and can't wait) they will continue and solve the mystery in volume 2!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rosalynd

    Que bello! ­čą░­čĺť Ahora solo me falta la continuaci├│n... Porque si va a continuar vdd?

  8. 4 out of 5

    sheree (:

    When you're obsessed with a show that has very little extra content outside of the episodes, these four comics are a fun way to fill the void!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Emma Thai

    THE BIGGEST FAN OF SVTFOE!!!! It was a really cute comic that had the same quirk as the show.

  10. 5 out of 5

    J

    This was like watching an episode but on paper, which in my opinion is better than looking at a screen. It's nice to have a copy I can bring on the go.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marco_Diaz

    i have other and i think this will be best

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    It is fun getting to read more Star and Marco adventures while waiting for the next season to start!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Christine

  14. 5 out of 5

    Devon Hunter

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  16. 4 out of 5

    Anaïs

    Me encant├│, los dibujos son hermosos y de mucha calidad, la historia est├í bien hecha, lo unico que me decepciona un poco es que fue muy corto y lo le├ş demasiado r├ípido, pero eso no importa, muy recomendable.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Neil

  18. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Mortty

  19. 5 out of 5

    The Book Sale Scrounger

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kendric

  21. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Street

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jafet

  23. 5 out of 5

    MJ Datoon

  24. 4 out of 5

    Diamond

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alberto Salas

  26. 4 out of 5

    Desdemona

  27. 5 out of 5

    David

  28. 5 out of 5

    Olivia Epler

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Kotowski

  30. 4 out of 5

    Raymond Emmelot

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