The Furry Trap (Free E–pub) ☆ Josh Simmons

  • Hardcover
  • 164
  • The Furry Trap
  • Josh Simmons
  • English
  • 07 March 2018
  • 9781606995365

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characters ë The Furry Trap ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Josh Simmons ↠ 0 Free read Free read The Furry Trap Isarmingly cute yet terrifying demons of Demonwood to the depraved caped crusading antihero in Mark of the Bat Simmons is a master of creating terrifying beasties that inspire and inflict nightmarish horrors usually taken to unforgettable extremesThe individual stories in The Furry Trap stand on their own as mini masterpieces of skin crawling terror but collectively complement each other in a way that only heightens the anxiety and dread pouring from page to page Just remember You've been warne. This graphic novel has won several awards and I d heard it was controversial so I decided to give it a read I can t understand what people see in it It s a horror comic in a way in a sort of splatterish tradition I ve looked up some interviews with the author and he says that one of his points is that horror which leaves the victim their dignity isn t horror This means his characters need to be demeaned for what he s trying to portray The book is filled with sexual violence generally not depicted merely described in extreme detailAlthough I accept his point that horror in which the victim scores a moral victory by keeping their principles intact is less horrible than sto

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characters ë The Furry Trap ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Josh Simmons ↠ 0 Free read Free read The Furry Trap Graphic novelist Josh Simmons House returns with a harrowing and genre bending collection of modern horror short stories that could curl the toes of a corpse in a state of rigor mortis Simmons disturbing uncomfortable and even confrontational stories often work on multiple levels straight uncompromising horror; blackly humorous satirical riffs on the genre; or as vicious assaults against the political correctness that rules so much of our popular culture His artwork excels in conveying a feelin. Simmons is certainly a talented artist able to render both crude and sinuous stylings of the horrific in this collection of explorations of a reader s gag reflex This book has the appearance of being a collection of nihilistic horror stories but is really a formal exercise in obscenity At you leisure thumb through these pages of graphically depicted rape mutilation incest masturbation ejaculation sacrilege cannibalism animal cruelty coprophagia and probably a few other taboos I am glossing over Let the record stand my momma didn t raise no prude although she would probably wish she had if she knew what I get up to between the covers of a book but this m lange of the explicit doesn

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characters ë The Furry Trap ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Josh Simmons ↠ 0 Free read Free read The Furry Trap G of dread and claustrophobia and the stories herein all share an unmistakably and uncompromising commitment to exploring the crossroads of abomination and hilarityThe Furry Trap contains 11 short stories varying in length from one to 30 pages as well as a number of extras that will flesh out the reader s experience From the title creatures in Night of the Jibblers to the witches and ogres of Cockbone to the Godzilla sized centaur bodied depiction of the title character in Jesus Christ to the d. Ugly Disturbing SickeningJosh Simmons The Furry Trap is marketed as horror but the short stories collected between its covers do not feel like your typical horror fare Sure they are chock full of horrific acts of violence but the thing is these acts of violence do not add up to any kind of entertaining or potentially cathartic spectacleInstead they are one thing and one thing only extremely disturbing They do not play by any rules of genre or taste In fact they appear to be little than the logical extension of the very real world we have created for ourselves a world shaped by greed selfishness short sightedness and exploitation not by holistic or even moral considerationsMuch l