Comic Reviews: I Hate Fairyland: I Hate Image Special Edition (Image)

Image comics presents to you a special edition of I Hate Fairyland with all the other Image comic series in one special book. This comic is a collaboration of all […]

Image comics presents to you a special edition of I Hate Fairyland with all the other Image comic series in one special book.

This comic is a collaboration of all the Image series including Saga or Walking Dead, but all of that focuses on the main character which is a sadistic girl who hates fairyland. And probably she’s being a total bitch to all the Image beloved characters and would believe that she’s the whole reason that Image comic fans really want.

Reading this comic is almost like watching Invader Zim, to one of the Wild West series, to any other series you can think of. However, all that menace leads to the artist’s ideas at the end of the issue, who is being criticized to other for some other Image titles out there and etc. The thing is that the girl with the green hair with his partner crossed through different dimensions to another time, just like when the TMNT met Batman for the first time in Gotham and New York City. She entered some different worlds where nothing really makes sense to the readers about why does the main character attempt to havoc from Image worlds to worlds? It seems really hilarious to see what worlds will she ruins next until she reaches to Image’s stronghold. She seemed to takes the cake from everything that she had done until the end until she meets one of the editors saying the exactly the thing that she wanted this whole time is to go home from fairyland.

I think that Skottie Young did a great job of making a story of the main character criticizing everyone on Image that her world really sucked so bad and living in fairyland is, even more, worse than death. Possibly, I’m concerned about it, if one of my characters from my comic book series would come and criticize me about what they feel about their lives, then the creators were messed up so bad that they didn’t give the main characters what they want, and that’s really sad. But on the fairyland comic, all she wanted is to go home, away from fairyland. Well, I guess it’s common to know why the title is called “I Hate Fairyland” in the first place whether that the main character hated that much, she would actually get stressed, even rage. The art of the comic is very well detailed, however, the art is much more like Invader Zim, well instead of venturing over space to destroy shit, here she actually got her rage out and destroyed every last of Image’s series. It’s perfect, the coloring is great as well even what they did on digital art, we can visualize on how the story portrays her hate of fairyland and takes the blame on everyone else. If you ever want any other collaboration of any comic you could find to read, I Hate Fairyland Special Edition is just for you.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.