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Fox Bunny Funny

de Andy Hartzell

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The rules are simple- you're either a fox or a bunny. Foxes oppress and devour, bunnies suffer and die. Everyone knows their place. Everyone's satisfied. So what happens when a secret desire puts you at odds with your society? Starting from a simple premise - and without using a single word - Fox Bunny Funny leads the reader on a zigzag chase in and out of rabbit holes, and through increasingly strange landscapes where funny animals have serious identity problems. The tale swerves from slapstick to horror and back again before landing at the inevitable climax, in which all the old rules are shattered. When you emerge, you'll find yourself gazing at our own fragmenting society with new eyes.… (més)
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Es mostren totes 5
(This is a review of the original, limited edition version of this book)

I feel that I almost can’t call this a mini-comic, it is such an elaborate, lavish presentation; but Fox Bunny Funny was by far the most interesting and accomplished self-publishing effort I saw last year. I had previously been a fan of Monday, Andy’s still unfinished take on the Garden of Eden, but his new comic really blew me away. Really a self-contained series of three books, F.B.F. comes packaged in a handmade, silk-screened black slipcover. The art is bold and attractive, and in the third book (“Funny”) Andy’s illustrations take on an extremely graphical style.
Inside, Andy has created a silent, fable-like story of anthropomorphized Foxes and Rabbits. Unlike your typical funny-animal story, F.B.F. doesn’t shy away from the ethical quandaries of having carnivores and herbivores sharing the same world; the Foxes wantonly prey on the Rabbits, going far beyond hunting them for food: the Foxes live in a virtual death-cult society, vilifying the Rabbits and inculcating racial hatred in their young. The protagonist of all three books is a Fox who is secretly drawn to the oppressed Rabbits’ society. His fascination torments him throughout his life, and he eventually ends up going “down the rabbit hole” and entering a world where everything he has ever known is turned upside down.
Like the best fables and myths, F.B.F. doesn’t give any easy answers, the symbolism can be read in a variety of ways and parallels can be drawn to any number of real world problems, from state-sponsored violence to gender and identity issues. This comic is a real work of art. ( )
  francoisvigneault | May 17, 2021 |
So...it started out well. Poor little fox wants to dress up as a bunny, much to the horror of his family. But then it got a bit violent and eventually I became convinced the author was on acid when writing the rest of the book. ( )
  Krumbs | Mar 31, 2013 |
Without words Hartzell creates a graphic narrative that explores complex issues of identity at socialisation using the metaphor of rabbit-eating predative foxes and the victim bunnies. ( )
  TheoClarke | Jan 5, 2009 |
A nifty little book that I think everyone should read. See my review here: http://panelpatter.blogspot.com/2008/11/fox-bunny-funny.html ( )
  trebro | Dec 13, 2008 |
This beautiful, handmade graphic novel in three parts chronicles the adventures of a young fox ostracized for cross-dressing as a bunny who grows up seemingly well-adjusted ("straight") until he discovers a strange world where foxes and bunnies cohabitate and a bizarre operation is performed that changes him forever... -Darin
  skylightbooks | Feb 5, 2008 |
Es mostren totes 5
Hartzell’s outstanding design sense is obvious from the endpapers, with fox and rabbit heads tiled in an Escher-like fashion. His characters are simple but expressive, and the culture he’s built provokes all kind of thought.
 

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The rules are simple- you're either a fox or a bunny. Foxes oppress and devour, bunnies suffer and die. Everyone knows their place. Everyone's satisfied. So what happens when a secret desire puts you at odds with your society? Starting from a simple premise - and without using a single word - Fox Bunny Funny leads the reader on a zigzag chase in and out of rabbit holes, and through increasingly strange landscapes where funny animals have serious identity problems. The tale swerves from slapstick to horror and back again before landing at the inevitable climax, in which all the old rules are shattered. When you emerge, you'll find yourself gazing at our own fragmenting society with new eyes.

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