I Hate Fairyland Volume 1: Madly Ever After
From superstar writer and artist Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon, Wizard of OZ, Fortunately, The Milk), comes the first volume of an all-new series of adventure and mayhem.An Adventure Time/Alice in Wonderland-style epic that smashes it's cute little face against grown-up, Tank Girl/Deadpool-esque... show more
From superstar writer and artist Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon, Wizard of OZ, Fortunately, The Milk), comes the first volume of an all-new series of adventure and mayhem.An Adventure Time/Alice in Wonderland-style epic that smashes it's cute little face against grown-up, Tank Girl/Deadpool-esque violent madness. Follow Gert, a forty year old woman stuck in a six year olds body who has been stuck in the magical world of Fairyland for nearly thirty years. Join her and her giant battle-axe on a delightfully blood soaked journey to see who will survive the girl who HATES FAIRYLAND.Collecting Issues #1-5 for only $9.99. "Skottie Young is an Eisner Award-Winning, New York Times Bestselling cartoonist who has been making comics and children's books for over fifteen years. Books such as Rocket Raccoon, the Wizard of Oz graphic novels, Little Marvel and Fortunately, The Milk have made him a fan favorite, critically-aclaimed writer and artist.Jean-Francios Beaulieu is the colorist behind the award-winning Wizard of OZ graphic graphic novels and has worked with Skottie Young for over ten years. Nate Piekos is an award-winning letter and designer who has created some of the industry's most popular fons and has used them to letter comic books for Marvel, DC, Oni Press, Dark Horse and many more."
Publish date: 2016-04-26
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
Bursting with color, Skottie Young's art jumps off the page. I love the style and detail he puts into each panel. The story is a violent, absurd, romp through fairyland as Gert murders her way across the countryside in frustration. Perfect for fans of Deadpool style humor. I can recommend this book ...
Decent premise and nice art, but kind a boring, shallow read.
This book is weird, gory, and twisted... in a really cool way. I love the idea of the story. It is creative and very humorous. The artwork was very violent, a little much for my personal taste at times, but it was very imaginative. It really turns fantasy on its head. The dialogue was also very funn...
Not really my type of comic at all, this tells of a young girl who gets taken to Fairyland and spends the next twenty-seven years trying to find her way home. She is vicious, uncouth and frustrated. Much violence ensues. Many strange and “wonderful” characters cross her path, including zombie fauns,...
I real disappointment for me. I found it to be rather one note and mean spirited.