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Pixies of the Sixties: You Really Got Me Now

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By Gihef and Jul Maroh
Illustrated by Christian Lachenal, Giulio Macaione and Alberto Zanon

In the 1960s United Kingdom, as Swinging London is underway, the existence of fairies is exposed to the light of day. Is humanity ready?

It’s the Swinging Sixties in the UK, and fairies have revealed themselves to the world! Now, as the fairies integrate into society, the question on everyone’s mind is… is humanity ready? This brand new anthology series touches on themes of love, racism and xenophobia, and societal change through a supernatural lens that will appeal to fans of Carnival Row and other fantastical fiction! This first volume contains two stories.

First, we meet Annan, a young faerie drawn by the lights of Swinging London, who leaves the forest to pursue her dreams of stardom! She encounters the beautiful Stella and immediately falls in love. But her happiness is cut short when her lover disappears, revealing the truth beneath the glamour -- Rejection may be only a small part of what awaits her...

Next, a brand new story by Jul Maroh (Blue is the Warmest Color)! When she arrives in London to investigate a strange rite that's linked to people going missing, Ailith is happy to accept help from a childhood friend, Elliott, who is a police officer with some serious hate for faeries. Her investigation will lead her to the heart of the forest, where she'll question everything she knows about faeries and make discoveries that will change her life!

Publisher: Humanoids, Inc. (March 30, 2023)
Length: 112 pages
ISBN13: 9781643375830