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  1. says:

    this book's first story brought back a childhood experience long since forgotten it was of coming across my older brother's mad magazines when i was five or so until then you know i had lived in a little girl world of soft rounded wuzzles and my little ponies and rainbow brite so to unexpectedly encounter a style of art that was violent and seedy and greasy looking it felt dangerous like i was looking at something i shouldn't h

  2. says:

    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

  3. says:

    Deliberately shocking and offensive horror comics in the tradition of splatter porn I guess Disturbing I think of

  4. says:

    Very strange stories with high gore and perversion I found myself simultaneously disgusted and intrigued throughout the book

  5. says:

    Ugly Disturbing SickeningJosh Simmons’ T

  6. says:

    The most disturbing thing I've ever read Horror on a whole new level The tales in this collection will give anyone nightmares and at the very least a scarred psyche Be warned

  7. says:

    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 p

  8. says:

    OkayI found this at the Library and skimmed the first few pages I was almost immediately offended to the point where I put it back on the shel

  9. says:

    This is to everyone screaming that they're looking for 'real horror' Get stoned and grab this You'll find yourself opening the book and thinking 'ah it's just rape again such a boring trope' and a turn of a page later you're grimac

  10. says:

    Tempted to give this 5 stars but for that it needed a bit content and a little shocksSo how is this book Well I wouldn't recommend this to anyone This is not normal horror which is mostly just dramas with a scary layer or action adventure with a scarier than normal villain This is shock the fuck out of you horror and the first story is the greatest testament to thatTo be honest I enjoyed this A lot A horror book which

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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 OkayI found this at the Library and skimmed the first few pages I was almost immediately offended to the point where I put it back on the shelf and prayed that no little kid would ever pick this upThen I went back minutes later to read the whole thing cover to cover There was no way I was going to bring this into my house but I felt compelled to read it Fortunately most of the stories after the first were ever so slightlyless horrifyingI can handle uite a lot of dark morose morbid content before it affects me to the point where I dislike it Furry Trap broke that threshold though in fact I think this may be the first time everThis would have been a solid 1 star rating except for the last story Demonwood was so incredibly terrifying It had a Less is approach whereas the previous stories had a philosophy of The most possible is The difference between Demonwood and the others is this The earlier stories left me in shock and horror only as long as the page was open to them Demonwood is still haunting me nowI would almost go so far to say almost that this would be worth the buy JUST for Demonwood Devoted to Drew 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 OkayI found this at the Library and skimmed the first few pages I was almost immediately offended to the point where I put it back on the shelf and prayed that no little kid would ever pick this upThen I went back minutes later to read the whole thing cover to cover There was no way I was going to bring this into my house but I felt compelled to read it Fortunately most of the stories after the first were ever so slightlyless horrifyingI can handle uite a lot of dark morose morbid content before it affects me to the point where I dislike it Furry Trap broke that threshold though in fact I think this may be the first time everThis would have been a solid 1 star rating except for the last story Demonwood was so incredibly terrifying It had a Less is approach whereas the previous stories had a philosophy of The most possible is The difference between Demonwood and the others is this The earlier stories left me in shock and horror only as long as the page was open to them Demonwood is still haunting me nowI would almost go so far to say almost that this would be worth the buy JUST for Demonwood

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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 this book s first story brought back a childhood experience long since forgotten it was of coming across my older brother s mad magazines when i was five or so until then you know i had lived in a little girl world of soft rounded wuzzles and my little ponies and rainbow brite so to unexpectedly encounter a style of art that was violent and seedy and greasy looking it felt dangerous like i was looking at something i shouldn t have beensince then i have certainly come a long way and been exposed to so many different forms of artistic expression SO much monster porn and i no longer live in that child safe world but this was a reminder of that first time this opening story which is all cutesy until it all goes horribly wrong in a violent way and i read other reviews of this book because i was trying to see what other people were getting out of it that i wasn t but most of the reviewers are frankly horrified by the amount of violence particularly sexual violence and it s true there is a ton of it the sexual violence doesn t really bother me i am able to separate real world sexual violence from this brand of sexual violence where a male elf slices the soft underbelly of a wizard s jaw and rapes him coming out the wizard s mouth i mean the wizard was planning on killing him so fair play i say but it is so ludicrous and part of a cartoon only scenario that it doesn t make me feel uncomfortable please do not send me news stories proving me wrong in my beliefsso it wasn t this element that made me low rate this collection of graphic novel horror storiesmy objection is that after a while it is just boring same kind of gags different tale incest magic jizz fecal matter masturbation cat boilingoverall the story is sacrificed for the shock they only exist to showcase the violence and yawn i m not really shocked by it so there really isn t much for me as a reader and whisper whisper there are several i don t even understand but violence isn t compelling enough on its own to entertain me is the problemi have to admit i did laugh at the wizard rape because i have a fairly diseased sense of humor and nothing is funnier than raping a wizard in his wizard throat but apart from that there isn t really a need for any of these storiesit is mostly just splatter horror with cartoons and a shock value edge it s okay but pretty same y after a while although the style of the art does change dramatically showing me he could really have something if he broadened his subject matter a biti read this because i trusted some dude who said oh my god that book is so fucking sick you have to read itbut he meant it in a positive way so i gave it a try because i am the resident bad influence on goodreadsand it is sick but it is just sick it isn t awesome sicki think i prefer something like kochalka s Fancy Froglin s Sexy Forest where the artwork is cutesy pie but with serious adult content that juxtaposition makes me giggle and i really like the way he draws frogs and most other thingsbut this one not so muchyeah i have said enough for one night

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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 like Michael Haneke s 1997 film Funny Games Simmons The Furry Trap holds a mirror up to a society that bent on self destruction treats violence as just another form of entertainment Like Funny Games it presents even the most extreme acts of violence in calm seemingly detached and uncaring fashion forcing the reader to rediscover their own moral agency and shout enough of this ugly sickening messMake no mistake The Furry Trap kicks you in the gut real hard It is the perfect antidote to torture porn as it will spoil anybody s appetite for fictional violence I highly recommend the book to fans of the darker radical as well as painful I m afraid kind of alternative comic but not to anybody else really Not even to horror fans

  • Hardcover
  • 164
  • The Furry Trap
  • Josh Simmons
  • English
  • 06 May 2018
  • 9781606995365