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In a comics follow-up to the Disney film, Elsa and Anna resolve problems in their beloved kingdom and make new friends along the way. Elsa and Anna are ready to get to the bottom of things when the peace of the kingdom of Arendelle is threatened. A wild animal loose in the village and destruction in the nearby Arendelle woods causes Queen Elsa to miss an important meeting w In a comics follow-up to the Disney film, Elsa and Anna resolve problems in their beloved kingdom and make new friends along the way. Elsa and Anna are ready to get to the bottom of things when the peace of the kingdom of Arendelle is threatened. A wild animal loose in the village and destruction in the nearby Arendelle woods causes Queen Elsa to miss an important meeting with a neighboring monarch and she sends Princess Anna in her place. When Anna learns that this particular king will only speak to her sister, she begins to question her role in the kingdom. But when she learns that the king's daughter, the adventurous Princess Mari, is frustrated--with her father's overprotective ways--and would dearly love to find something purposeful to do, Anna is incredibly keen to help Mari to find a job that fits her perfectly! So as both princesses explore the variety of occupations that the kingdom has to offer, Elsa must address the problem in Arendelle's forest with Mari's father--who happens to be the unknowing source of the trouble! Elsa, Anna, and Mari will join together to resolve the confusion over the woodland and to find a purpose for Mari that she will love and her father will find fitting for his cherished daughter. The continuing story of Arendelle's sister rulers, Elsa and Anna, is chock full of snow flurries of fun and unfrosted heart with writer Joe Caramagna (DuckTales, Zootopia, Avengers Assemble) and art by Kawaii Creative Studio from the Frozen film graphic novel adaptation.


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In a comics follow-up to the Disney film, Elsa and Anna resolve problems in their beloved kingdom and make new friends along the way. Elsa and Anna are ready to get to the bottom of things when the peace of the kingdom of Arendelle is threatened. A wild animal loose in the village and destruction in the nearby Arendelle woods causes Queen Elsa to miss an important meeting w In a comics follow-up to the Disney film, Elsa and Anna resolve problems in their beloved kingdom and make new friends along the way. Elsa and Anna are ready to get to the bottom of things when the peace of the kingdom of Arendelle is threatened. A wild animal loose in the village and destruction in the nearby Arendelle woods causes Queen Elsa to miss an important meeting with a neighboring monarch and she sends Princess Anna in her place. When Anna learns that this particular king will only speak to her sister, she begins to question her role in the kingdom. But when she learns that the king's daughter, the adventurous Princess Mari, is frustrated--with her father's overprotective ways--and would dearly love to find something purposeful to do, Anna is incredibly keen to help Mari to find a job that fits her perfectly! So as both princesses explore the variety of occupations that the kingdom has to offer, Elsa must address the problem in Arendelle's forest with Mari's father--who happens to be the unknowing source of the trouble! Elsa, Anna, and Mari will join together to resolve the confusion over the woodland and to find a purpose for Mari that she will love and her father will find fitting for his cherished daughter. The continuing story of Arendelle's sister rulers, Elsa and Anna, is chock full of snow flurries of fun and unfrosted heart with writer Joe Caramagna (DuckTales, Zootopia, Avengers Assemble) and art by Kawaii Creative Studio from the Frozen film graphic novel adaptation.

30 review for Disney Frozen: Breaking Boundaries (Graphic Novel)

  1. 5 out of 5

    ElsaMakotoRenge

    It was cute and that’s what I wanted, so yay. I’m so impatient for Frozen II, so I’m just happy to have a new Frozen-related thing to read. Mari isn’t really all that interesting of a character, but she’s not bad or irritating. It was cool to see Anna helping her and Elsa actually doing her job as queen. I mean, let’s face it, I’m sure I’m not the only one that’s just looking for more Frohana content and doesn’t care all that much about any new side characters as long as they don’t ruin or take It was cute and that’s what I wanted, so yay. I’m so impatient for Frozen II, so I’m just happy to have a new Frozen-related thing to read. Mari isn’t really all that interesting of a character, but she’s not bad or irritating. It was cool to see Anna helping her and Elsa actually doing her job as queen. I mean, let’s face it, I’m sure I’m not the only one that’s just looking for more Frohana content and doesn’t care all that much about any new side characters as long as they don’t ruin or take over the whole story. The art has a quite different darker style than I expected, but it’s actually pretty nice. It’s very different from the art in the “Travel Arendelle” comic book. Highly recommended to any Frozen fan, especially those whose favorite character is Anna, since there is more of her here than Elsa.:) Can’t wait to pick up the other Frozen comics!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicole (book.quill)

    This graphic novel takes place after the movie and introduces new characters and neighbouring kingdoms. Very self contained storyline but also a lovely visit to Arendelle. Most of the Disney comic I read have been a collection of short and random stories, so it was nice to see some coherency. I liked Mari and hope to see more of her.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    The art was definitely lacking, and frankly quite sloppy with ‘same face syndrome’ running rampant. The story, while probably appealing enough to younger audiences, loses its charm by focusing entirely too much on Mari, a character who was developed for the comics and holds little to any charm when compared to Anna, who frankly should be the star of this book. Why the writer felt this new character was more important is beyond me. I hope we don’t see her again. I can do without a poor man’s Anna The art was definitely lacking, and frankly quite sloppy with ‘same face syndrome’ running rampant. The story, while probably appealing enough to younger audiences, loses its charm by focusing entirely too much on Mari, a character who was developed for the comics and holds little to any charm when compared to Anna, who frankly should be the star of this book. Why the writer felt this new character was more important is beyond me. I hope we don’t see her again. I can do without a poor man’s Anna when Anna is right there.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Megan Iverson

    This book is all about an adventure sort of sometime between the movies when an animals breaks loose. There are new characters as well. It was a fun story to read and I think children who have an interest in Frozen would really enjoy it. I would recommend this book for ages 8-11. I think it shows some diversity but not an overwhelming amount. I would recommend this book for others overall. I think the formatting is a unique way to present the story as well.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    I really was not thrilled with this book. I love Frozen but this book was just not done well. It needed more to it. It was too confusing and choppy and jumped around way too much and at random times. The storyline didn’t even really make sense. With a ton of work, this book could have been decent at least, but I was just not impressed with it. There are much better Frozen comic books out there that I would recommend.

  6. 4 out of 5

    MC Bonet

    I didn't like this Frozen comic. Elsa was portrayed as snotty and arrogant. She was also obsessed with her hair and looks. Not the Elsa from the movie. The comic is not about Elsa either, it centers around Anna and Mari (made up character for this story). Once more, the action is taken away from Elsa and given to Anna. Wasn't the movie about Anna too? Meh. I didn't like this Frozen comic. Elsa was portrayed as snotty and arrogant. She was also obsessed with her hair and looks. Not the Elsa from the movie. The comic is not about Elsa either, it centers around Anna and Mari (made up character for this story). Once more, the action is taken away from Elsa and given to Anna. Wasn't the movie about Anna too? Meh.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robin Pelletier

    A cute graphic novel that occurs between Frozen I and Frozen II. It’s not related to either movie. It’s plot is simple: Anna makes a new friend from a neighboring kingdom and shenanigans ensue. It’s beautifully crafted and the panels are gorgeous. I loved it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Klemiki

    The plot was meh, but what can I expect of kids comic. Tho I really like the art style~

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

    Lily enjoyed this one so much she stayed awake to read the whole thing!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lotje❄️

    *3,5❄️

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Cute and a good peek into Anna's character and what she does while Elsa's queen. Also an interesting relationship with Mari, ahem. Cute and a good peek into Anna's character and what she does while Elsa's queen. Also an interesting relationship with Mari, ahem.

  12. 4 out of 5

    amanda

    This was a cute story! Definitely felt like you could ship Anna and Mari. That one scene after Mari jumps on Anna’s little ice raft had SUPER couple vibes.👀

  13. 4 out of 5

    Karla Winick-Ford

    Illustration was too dark for this storyline Not a fan

  14. 5 out of 5

    Julie H

    Everyone loves a graphic novel, especially about FROZEN. My current reading selection is being driven by a four year old :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Fenris the Elf

    I completely adored this book. While I'll admit that I was wishing for more Elsa, I also really loved seeing Anna take the spotlight - and meeting her new friend! I'm not sure if Mari was written to be explicitly autistic, but I definitely felt seen. It was exciting to see a princess like me, even if it was coincidental. This story is very cute and well-paced and I enjoyed the art for it as well. A perfect 5 stars from me. I completely adored this book. While I'll admit that I was wishing for more Elsa, I also really loved seeing Anna take the spotlight - and meeting her new friend! I'm not sure if Mari was written to be explicitly autistic, but I definitely felt seen. It was exciting to see a princess like me, even if it was coincidental. This story is very cute and well-paced and I enjoyed the art for it as well. A perfect 5 stars from me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sage

    Cool to learn more about the Frozen universe! This comic’s an interesting expansion on the world and characters of Frozen- I like the new characters introduced as well!

  17. 4 out of 5

    M

    A fun reading experience with my cousins.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tabitha Janae

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rachel&Selig Davis

  20. 5 out of 5

    Paris Duvall

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kelleysgirl

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ross Buffa

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  24. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Miller

  25. 4 out of 5

    Paige

  26. 5 out of 5

    Martha

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ting Ning

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cora

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shanna

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Green

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