Dark Horse Comics has announced it is expanding its Disney Princess series with Disney Princess: Ariel and the Sea Wolf from writer Liz Marsham, and artist Tara Nicole Whitaker.

Disney Princess: Ariel and the Sea Wolf

In Disney Princess: Ariel and the Sea Wolf, young Ariel’s curiosity and adventurous spirit help her make a friend and prove that what you hear isn’t always what you should believe in this tale created especially for younger readers. Ariel is a wonderful storyteller, but when she acts out a grand adventure for her sisters, her dramatic gestures cause her sister to lose her favorite bracelet—dropping it deep in a subterranean cave that has a story of its own. Supposedly, the occupant of the cave is a dangerous creature willing to eat anyone who dares enter. Despite her sister’s warnings about the cave, Ariel’s sense of responsibility implores her to enter the cave and attempt to retrieve her sister’s bracelet. What she finds within is not what she expected, and her quest for a bracelet turns into a quest to demonstrate the importance of truth and trust—because sometimes what you hear isn’t what you should believe . . . and sometimes, it is.

Disney Princess: Ariel and the Sea Wolf is a 48-page young readers book that will go on sale on April 10th, 2019 for $7.99.

via Dark Horse Comics

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