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I Hate Fairyland Volume 1: Madly Ever After Paperback – April 26, 2016
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NPR - "Now both Princess Syndrome parents and skeptics can find common ground. 'I Hate Fairyland' makes it so much fun to rag on all things fluffy and lovely, it doesn't matter whether you're concerned about your daughter's development or afraid for your friends' and neighbors' sanity."
"A candy-colored and vicious delight and always dangerously funny." -Neil Gaiman
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Top Customer Reviews
This story is just like Deadpool in the sense that it's vile humor, strange characters, and violence, and violence, and violence, and- Oh, more violence. Haha! It's spectacularly illustrated and the story is so ridiculous and humorous. It pokes so much fun at the original 'children-sucked-into-another-world' fairy tales we all know and grew up with.
Again, spectacularly illustrated and well written. Has tons of re-readable value to it so it's worth the money you spend. I'm already excited for Volume 2. :)
I don’t mean to sell the story, art, or coloring short; they are also amazing. This story is whimsical and hilarious, while being bright and dark at the same time. I will put a disclaimer out that this graphic novel is very, very gory, but I think it’s well done and creates and amazing juxtaposition for the world our main protagonist is stuck in.
Gertrude, like many little girls, wishes for a new magical world, but, unlike many little girls, Gertrude gets her wish and falls into Fairyland. Unfortunately, she soon realizes that getting home will not be as easy as she thought.
We then get to see Gertrude twenty-seven years later, but still trapped in her same little girl body since bodies don’t age in Fairyland. Gertrude is now jaded, bitter, and borderline insane with a thirst for vengeance and on a mission to find a key.
Fairyland is amazing and feels like a brand new Alice in Wonderland with a twist. I would completely recommend this to anyone that won’t be bothered by a little blood, guts, and deranged children killing things.
She has her trusty sidekick Larry who was sent with her when she came to fairyland. I love him and his Snark. I love him more than Gertrude!
The Queen hates Gertrude because of all the trouble she is causing and she sends all kinds of things to kill Gertrude. Nope, just nope. And let me say that ending is hilarious, I mean the luck Gertrude has, lol!
Gertrude, a sweet little girl who gets stuck in a pretty fairyland has to find a magic key to return home, guess what... she's not very good with quests and her humor is worse than grumpy cat. The cover says it all, it's gore, but it's a lot of fun. I'm sure that if I read it again today, I will find new details and more funny stuff drawn on the pages. Can't wait for volume II
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So much fun to read, definitely not your regular fairy tale.Read more