After centuries spent trudging from door to door granting wishes, one of the fairyfolk looked at the modern world of smartphones and gig economies and realised - there should be an app for this.
Log onto FairyFare now, and have your problems solved, tasks completed and crises averted, all in one snap of a magic finger. (Terms and conditions apply - no sex, power, love or money.) Not only will FairyFare solve your problems, their cut of the fee goes to charitable research!
Or why not join the team as a pixie, attending call-outs and improving lives one job at a time, with the help of a menagerie of magical creatures? London-based sisters Philippa and Natasha Spaight both signed up, and... Phil seems really happy with it!
Admittedly, Tash quit and is now out looking for a new job, as she couldn't stop wondering - is cash-for-miracles really the way to a better world? And why do these fairies want human money anyway?
FairyFare is a new urban-fantasy comic mini-series about magic and money, by Nick Bryan & Rosie Alexander, the team behind 2018's The Little Deaths of Watson Tower one-shot, and after tackling a black and white city full of grim reapers in their previous collaboration, this time they're away with the fairies and in living, glowing colour.