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PREORDER: 'I Hate Fairyland' Adult Coloring Book and New Story Arc Begins in June



From New York Times bestseller and all-around all-star Skottie Young comes the I HATE FAIRYLAND adult coloring book, as well as the first issue in a new story arc, available this June. 

Grab your colored pencils and contribute your own creativity to the irreverent Alice in Wonderland meets Deadpool-style epic featuring Gert—a six-year-old girl who has been stuck in the magical world of Fairyland for thirty years and will hack and slash her way through anything to get home. 

I HATE FAIRYLAND ADULT COLORING BOOK (ISBN 9781632158482) hits comic book stores Wednesday, June 1 and bookstores Tuesday, June 7, and will be available for $12.99. It can be ordered by retailers through Diamond Book Distributors with Diamond code APR160711. It can be preordered now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, and Indigo.

Get your creative juices flowing on this adorably twisted coloring book while you await the new chapter of I HATE FAIRYLAND, kicking off a brand-new adventure in issue #6 on June 15! What will become of Fairyland as Gert is crowned the new queen and how will that affect her thirty-year quest to return home? 

“The first arc of I Hate Fairyland was a smaller story in an endless world,” said Young. “Moving forward, I’m going start exploring that endless world with many more stories, adventures, and characters.” 

“The best thing about making this book is there are no rules!” he added. “You can’t trust a book with no rules and that’s where it starts to get super fun."

I HATE FAIRYLAND #6 Cover A by Skottie Young (Diamond code: APR160700) hits stores Wednesday, June 15. Explicit F*CK FAIRYLAND Cover B, also by Skottie Young, will also be available Wednesday, June 15. Final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, May 23.







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