The castle becomes a refuge for misfits, outcasts, and others seeking sanctuary, playing host to a lively and colorful cast of characters that inhabits the subsequent stories, including a talking anthropomorphic horse, a mysteriously pregnant Lady on the run, and a bearded nun.“
The humor is definitely tongue-in-cheek, and plays off societal expectations and traditional fairytale themes (and turning them on their heads). I recommend this for fans of fairy tales, wry humor, graphic novels that tell stories, imagination, and medieval fantasy.
I’m a coffee-fueled, hobby-addicted bibliophage who makes cruelty-free mineral eye shadows (inspired by novels). I’m usually in front of a screen (writing, reading, or gaming), but I’ve been known to emerge for geekery, good food, and dark chocolate.