Guest Review: I Hate Fairyland Coloring Book – Volume One: Madly Ever After

©IMAGE COMICS W/ART BY SKOTTIE YOUNG

Guest Writer: Anisa Claire

Adult Coloring Book
I Hate Fairyland Coloring Book
Volume One: Madly Ever After
by Skottie Young

If you’re familiar with the I Hate Fairyland comic series… Well, actually, even if you’re not familiar with the comics, but you enjoy a twisted adventure, you’ll love this gruesomely-hilarious coloring book companion.

The coloring book contains line-art from Volume One of I Hate Fairyland: Madly Ever After. Gert, the main character, is sucked through a hole in her bedroom floor, and after an Alice in Wonderland-style fall, ends up in Fairyland.  On a quest to get home, Gert finds herself stuck in this strange land for thirty years. The problem? She ends up being a disgruntled adult stuck in a child’s body. Yikes, right?

©IMAGE COMICS W/ART BY SKOTTIE YOUNG

Armed with a battle-axe, Gert and her companion, a fly named Larry, encounter all sorts of crazy characters ranging from Zombie Fauns to Barbarians and everything in between, and you get a taste of their manic adventure through this one-of-a-kind coloring book.

The images are single-sided and perforated, which is always a plus, and means you can use any medium to color these pictures. Though, of course, I would still always recommend sliding an extra sheet of paper in between in case of any bleed-through. If you’re looking for inspiration, and happen to also have the comic, simply take a look at the plethora of wildly bright colors the artist, himself, uses. There are thirty-one colorable pages and the book, itself, is slightly larger than the standard-sized coloring books coming in at 11.5 x 8.1.

©Image Comics w/art by Skottie Young

Honestly, I can’t praise ‘I Hate Fairyland by Skottie Young’ enough. It’s easily in my top five, and something I return to often to not only color, but to simply browse the pages for entertainment. It’s one of those books I don’t like to be away from for too long and become giddy thinking about snatching it off the shelf to color or flip through. I have included a few of the pictures I’ve colored so you can see for yourself what kind of pages lurk inside this brilliant coloring book!

Anisa Claire
Owner of Writer’s Carnival Community, Maniacal Confessions, A Long Story Short, Color On!
Magazine & artist for the Absur’D coloring book series.
Avid reader. Humourologist. Nintendo obsessed.


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