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The Manfeels Park Jane Austen Comic Uses Real Comments Men Make

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: • References: manfeels-park & buzzfeed
Manfeels Park (a brilliant play on Mansfield Park) inserts real comments men made on the internet into Jane Austen comic scenes. The web comic is a commentary on gender equality and the things some men have said in the name of male rights by putting them back into the 19th century. The Jane Austen comic also uses real responses from women online, which are oddly fitting but not at all surprising coming from Miss Elizabeth Bennet.

Manfeels Park was created by Erin and Mo who were inspired by a discussion they had about a 'man-feels' comment thread they saw online. While Erin curates the online comments, Mo draws the comics using stills from BBC's amazing adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The web comic is updated on a weekly basis and can also be followed on Tumblr. Stats for Prejudiced Commentary Comics Trending: This Quarter & Popular
Traction: 1,318 clicks in 7 w
Interest: 1.5 minutes
Concept: Jane Austen Comic
Related: 103 examples / 79 photos
Segment: Females, 18-35
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