Robotic (and funny) version of Huckleberry Finn’s adventures
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn [Robotic Edition] is a satirical remake of a classic book by Mark Twain.
Huckleberry Finn was a boy with no home. Jim was a runaway robot in search of freedom. Together they embarked upon the adventure of a lifetime.
The new tale was created by a duo of comedians, Etta Devine and Gabe Diani. It’s available as an ebook and an illustration hardback. You can also download a free version directly from Diani & Devine web page (in exchange for an email address).
Below there is a book’s trailer. The next video is an extremely funny explanation from the authors about why they chose “robot” as a replacement for the “n-word”.
Via Laughing Squid
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