Comic Review: I Hate Fairyland Book One (Image)

Image Comics brings you the Book One of our enraged main character against her own world of a graphic novel of I Hate Fairyland. I already spewed the last I […]

Image Comics brings you the Book One of our enraged main character against her own world of a graphic novel of I Hate Fairyland.

I already spewed the last I Hate Fairyland book where she soars to place to place in the Image world and told the editors that she hated fairyland. But this time, I should get it all out from the beginning about how did Gertrude got dragged to fairyland by her own desires.

First of all, it’s not really normal for anyone to wish for something that can happen to them, but this is what Gertrude’s world is made of. She got sucked into a hole right when she wanted to see her own world, as everyone expects for her to welcome to the world of fairyland. However, it might be sure that her dream came true or her nightmare to spend that world for eternity. Nothing seemed too normal in fairyland, so Gertrude decided to put her anger all out and started to murder every last one of them. This is actually one the most violent stories that I’ve read, it’s not any other normal cartoon that you’ve read like one of Tom and Jerry cartoon series or the Itchy and Scratchy series from The Simpsons. It may be a total nightmare for her, but at the end, she became a sadist, a massacre, and a total bitch.

Her journey has led to so much destruction from that mind of hers. But it’s all her fault for creating that world of her own desires. Even if she wanted to create fairyland, why not write a story about it. A story about a little girl destroying every childhood fantasies that they’ve created. All her adventures of fairyland made her learn some new experiences by surviving on her own, and she is still raging herself against fairyland, and it was a great experience for me to read because all we can see is that the main character is destroying everything just in order to find a way home for her.

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