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The Gay Adventures of Burnt Face Man
23 November 2015 | by thomasspencerSee all my reviews

Burnt Face Man is a wondrous creation which revels in comedic absurdity, dark humour and an incredibly imaginative concept. It follows the adventures of the titular hero as he asserts to society that he is still capable of saving the world, despite his disfigurement.

What makes this show so appealing is that it came out before vloggers, Google sponsorship and all that make the Internet entertainment circuit a bit more streamlined. It was just Firth, providing all the voices, doing all the animating and writing all the comedy. Leaving the creator to do his own thing without any studio involvement really allows this show to hit new highs (by reaching down to new lows) in comedy. The show is offensive to just about every race, gender, sexuality and species on this planet and possibly a few others, but that's what makes it so great. It's shock humour at its best. Random, thoughtless, uncomfortable shock humour that just attacks you in each episode and forces you to laugh. It cannot be explained through a simple review. It must be seen to be believed.

Just check it out, the show is on Youtube and Firth's own website.


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