FUFFYS - Fucked up Fairytales

FUFFYS - Fucked up Fairytales

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Author: Bryan Paul Rechards
Length: 53 page(s)
Written: 2011
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Views: 4647

Category: Fiction & Literature » Humour  |  Work: Story / Narration
Keywords: humor, fairytales, contemporary, cult, urban, illustrated

7 modern fairytales with a twist combined with outspoken illustrations

Fuffys are contemporary fairytales with a twist combined with outspoken illustrations.

Fuffys are short stories, either based on well-known fairytales (li’l Red in da Hood, Rapunzel) or brand new fairytales (A Wigs love, Joe No Tear) that have the characteristics of the average fairytale but with a lot more (black) humor, more absurdness and multi-leveled references to popular culture.

The art & illustration of Fuffys is just as unique as the fairytales. Each fairytale is illustrated in one specific color frame, with every illustration adding some extra depth, humor and/or macabre to the story.

Fuffys are a new way of fairytale-telling.

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About the Author

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Bryan Paul Rechards was conceived, born and raised in a small town in The Netherlands. But re-born in a big city when he found the tools to share his Fuffys. Check out www.fuffys.com for more info.

Or in the language of Fuffys:

Once upon a time there was a dude. Though born in the most boring little town you can imagine, his wild imagination did not know any limits.

Since he could talk, his stories frightened his parents and made other dudes, young and old, call him a freak. This did not stop his imagination, but did make him feel quite sad.

One day he had enough of the sadness and went out to look for happiness in the big city. Here he found the Grand Wizard. A former leader of the Ku Klux Klan who decided to become a life coach after a televised intervention by a famous talk show host who needed higher TV ratings in her final season.

Well advised by the Grand Wizard, the dude started to publish his own kind of short stories for romantics, perverts and every other kind of dreamers and was no longer sad.

The End.

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