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Cute, but no where near as good as it's predecessor
on May 8, 2013
The problem with "Vader's Little Princess" isn't in it's illustration, but rather it's content. The jokes just don't work as well as they do in "Darth Vader And Son," and I'd hazard a guess that has much to do with the fact that author Jeffrey Brown does not have daughters of his own. Where "Darth Vader And Son" was written with the understanding that comes from being a father to small boys, the jokes and content in "Vader's Little Princess" appear to stem from stereotypes of what one thinks life with a daughter would be.
Overall I'd say that "Vader's Little Princess" is a good title, but it's failure to grasp the subtleties of being a father to little girls causes it to fall short of the greatness that the previous title held.