By Cameron Pierce
It's Monty Python meets Nazi exploitation in a surreal nightmare as can basically be imagined by means of Bizarro writer Cameron Pierce.
In a land the place black snow falls within the form of swastikas, there exists a nightmarish felony camp referred to as Auschwitz. it's run via a fascist, flatulent race of extraterrestrial beings known as the Ass Goblins, who go back and forth in apple-shaped spaceships to abduct young children from the neighboring global of Kidland. Prisoners 999 and 1001 are conjoined dual brothers pressured to suffer the sadistic tortures of those ass-shaped monsters. to outlive, they need to devour child epidermis and paintings all day developing bicycles and intercourse dolls out of lifeless youngsters.
While the Ass Goblins turn into under the influence of alcohol on cider made of fermented little ones, the twins plot their get away. however it won't be effortless. they need to conquer rest room toads, cockrats, ass dolls, and the surgical experiments which are slowly mutating them into goblin-child hybrids.
Forget every little thing you recognize approximately Auschwitz...you're approximately to be Shit Slaughtered.
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