BL Fairy Tale Anthology – The Princess Collection
I’m not making this shit up. I’m not nearly that awesome.
For the love of god, if you don’t want to see some poorly drawn, blurry, and hilarious shota, don’t click this link.
I bought this little gem while on my Clover no Kuni no Alice high–the cover features a shota Alice getting molested by the white rabbit. Too bad that couple never actually showed up in the work.
As the title of this anthology suggests–this is a collection of BL themed takes on some popular fairy tales, including Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Alice in Wonderland, Snow White, The Frog King (Prince), and Hansel and Gretel. For the most part, it’s a very poor shota anthology, yet it sometimes crosses over that fine line of bad into awesomely bad territory. So we’re going to highlight those parts.
The Little Mermaid
This story immediately starts out with a mermaid getting his nipples tweaked (his only remotely sexual looking body part), followed by his human partner running off to the bathroom to “take care of business.” Strong start, right? The mermaid is frustrated and wants to become human–not to experience the joys of the surface world or to live happily ever after, but because he wants to sex up his human lover. Good motivation! So he gets some potion that turns him into a human during the full moon, some disturbing shota-sexing happens, and then he starts to turn back into a merman. But then a miracle happens! He’s left with legs! Sorta…?
They are happy about this?! The lower parts must have been spared as well, maybe with some awesome fish flap attachments this time. Kinky.
Little Red Riding Hood
This Little Red Riding Hood was skipping through the forest… equipped with a mace and tearing up any wolves he found after his grandmother was attacked. The beaten wolves are pissed and have a plan to repay little Red. They dowse Red with honey, which attracts this spunky shota’s natural predator–a pedobear knock-off.
What follows is either hilarious or disturbing.. mostly hilarious. Bonus points for the mosaic – NSFW @ tumblr
Hansel and Gretel
Gretel has a tough life. His family is dirt poor and his creepy dad can only get two sets of second-hand clothes, one for girls and one for boys, at a time. So Gretel is stuck wearing the girl outfit because it “keeps away the pests” from his more pretty, feminine brother Hansel (sweet parenting btw). Unfortunately, Hansel’s delicious shota level is off the charts, so Gretel spends his days protecting his brother from pedophiles.
Hansel and Gretel were walking in a forest and you probably know what happens from there. This story deviates from the original when Gretel wakes up to see his brother being banged by some pervert.
Distraught, Gretel lifts his skirt and reveals that he’s a boy, hoping to lure the pervert away from his brother (who doesn’t particularly appear to need his help..). Gretel is promptly ignored. After he insists, the warlock decides to oblige. I’m not sure how this young guy resembles the cannibalistic hag from the original, as the only powers we see him use are to morph clothes so these shota look like they popped out of a Minami Haruka manga, frilly skirts and all.
Then some more creepy shota-sexing happens, this time with a little 3P and incest thrown in. The best part is that the brothers then decide to stay and live with the pervert! The “it’s not rape if you enjoyed it” trope is still alive and well in BL, folks.
Alice in Wonderland
The last story is titled “Sexual Desire Alice.” Oh man, I already know this is going to be fantasic. Alice, who is now an overgrown emo boy, chases a cute shota rabbit down a hole and ends up in Wonderland. Alice then searches Wonderland because he wants a piece of that sweet bunny ass. Before finding the white rabbit, he meets a few of the residents, including the March Hare.
Alice also hears about their terrifying queen.
Soon enough he finds the white rabbit and (not-so) sexy time begins. I’m scared too, little shota bunny. I’m scared too – NSFW @ tumblr
This anthology amused me, but not in the expected way. It was so bad that it was good. I actually don’t regret buying this.