Has the younger son of Charles, the Prince of Wales, and the late Diana, Princess of Wales found love with a feisty American actress? This comic book explores the life of Prince Harry and his bride-to-be and partner, Meghan Markle. Born into privilege and thrust onto the world stage following the death of his mother, the “People’s Princess,” Harry’s schooling, military experience, and the influence of his mother placed him on a path to meet actress and humanitarian Meghan Markle. Famous for her woman-empowering blog, speeches, and no-nonsense approach to fame, Meghan is poised to step onto the world stage and into the spotlight in ways she couldn’t have imagined as a child.
Hamlet, probably written between 1599 and 1601, takes place in Denmark, recounts how Prince Hamlet carries out his revenge on his uncle Claudius, who murdered his father, the king, marrying his mother, Gertrude, and showing the crown of Denmark . The work is drawn vividly about madness (both real and feigned) and it is perceived in the mind over the prince of the deep pain to excessive anger. Also explores the themes of betrayal, revenge, incest, and moral corruption.
Sarah can’t believe that her boyfriend has just proposed to her and that he’s expecting a prompt answer. When she finally gives it to him she does so on one condition, that he must meet her father. Sarah hasn’t seen her father since she left for college, but she’s hoping that the idea of marriage might mend their troubled relationship. Little does Sarah know that it isn’t her father she should be worrying about, but Rob, who has a secret he’s been keeping from her.
Robert can’t believe that he’s going to meet Sarah’s father. He’s nervous and worried about it, but he knows that once it’s done, he won’t have to go through with it again. When he arrives at the house he’s surprised to find that her father treats her horribly. He’s shocked and appalled by her father’s behavior, but it isn’t until he returns home that he realizes just how nasty family can really be.
In the vast, rugged reaches of frontier America in the post-civil war era is Gabe Tanner. He is a young scout and Indian fighter. Along with his trusted companion Big Smoke, a large gray buffalo horse, he is fresh out of the army and looking for adventure.
Gabe finds himself employed by a wagon train full of Mormons headed en-route from Omaha Nebraska to the Utah Territories. His job is to scout the way and blaze a safe route for the wagon company to trek. He is accompanied by a seasoned teamster and his two young adopted Choctaw Indian sons. As the trip starts the company of Mormons is stricken with the grip and impaled to the point of being shut down.
While Gabe is out scouting the wagon train is attacked by marauding Indians and Haley Johnson is taken captive. When Gabe finds out about the raid, he is furious and sets out with young Davey a Choctaw Indian to try and retrieve the Mormon girl. Along the way, the pair of scouts meet up with an old Ponca Indian chief named Mahan. He is looking for his granddaughter that was taken in a raid by the same hostiles that attacked the wagon train. Forming a bond and trust among each other the three scouts set out to find and return the young girls to safety.
The perils and savagery of the trail become all too apparent for the young women held captive by the Cheyenne and Sioux Indian war party. The Indians realize they are being pursued and make haste for the badlands and broken country of Eastern Wyoming. If they manage to get there ahead of their pursuers, then they will find safety in numbers.
Time is of the essence for the scouting party and if Gabe Tanner is going to be successful in rescuing Haley Johnson then fate and the good graces of heaven will have to prevail over the scene. Cut in the rugged, broken hills of Eastern Wyoming we find our hero and heroine clinging by a thread to life as the winds of the prairie continue to blow ever constant.
Skip and Pip have been entertaining fans in their online comics since their debut in 2014. These two boy bunnies and the other inhabitants of Rainbow Glade celebrate love in all its beautiful colors with mad doses of frivolity and the occasional sprinkle of wisdom. This comic compilation contains most of the comics posted on Skip and Pip’s website from 2015 through 2017 and have been reformatted for print.
Curious to know how Rainbow Glade was founded? So is Pip! Find out with him as Skip’s father Hank tells the tale in the included bonus story “Welcome to Rainbow Glade”, not found online.
Skip and Pip’s romance is suitable for all ages and shares the message that it doesn’t matter who you love, but that you do it with all your heart.
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