Thursday, January 9, 2014

Your Book Review Moment

Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre "Tim Lieder's anthology is an entertaining trip into the Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone. It is a place where a War Against Clowns is violently waged, a magician is taught magic by a scottish crab, a pretty lycanthrope unleashes her wild side in a London club, and a not so imaginary friend helps a shy young man get the girl. Sadly, there are no cannibal teddy bears to be found in any of the stories. Maybe in the next anthology." 2leep


Capt. Schmoe said...

Frankly, I am relieved that no cannibal Teddy Bears can be found.

It took many years for me to develop a mistrust of clowns. As I had no problem with clowns as a child, my concerns have developed slowly and to a mild level. Thus, the thought of a violently waged war against clowns is not all that disconcerting.

Cannibalistic Teddy Bears however, is a concept that I should not attempt to wrap my fragile mind around.

I'm just sayin'.

The Donald said...

Uh, like, what is that on the bear's frontal area?

It looks like a beehive, sorta.

I know my thinking's not always entirely linear, but, um, I'm getting a mental image of Samberg and Timberlake Bear doing the bear dance, singing about something in a hive.

Which sounds like it would be painful.