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Oink: Heaven's Butcher

Mueller, John

ISBN 10: 0878165290 / ISBN 13: 9780878165292
Published by Kitchen Sink Press, 1996
Used Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Unpaginated. Color illus. Very minor edgewear, otherwise Fine trade paperback in printed and illustrated french wraps. Signed, dated and numbered (#32 of 500) by John Mueller on a special tipped-in printed card. Bookseller Inventory # 14508

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Title: Oink: Heaven's Butcher

Publisher: Kitchen Sink Press

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Signed: SIGNED by the artist

Edition: Signed, limited 1st ed

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In a dark, oppressive future, pig-men work tirelessly feeding a society they cannot fathom as slaves of human masters. When Oink realizes that the dogma being forced on them is all lies, he undertakes a path of revenge and revelation.


Oink: Heaven's Butcher is somehow both a sick continuation of an Orwellian fantasy and an inversion of Planet of the Apes, except with pigs. How so? In a dark, oppressive future society where concepts such as "day" and "month" have been long forgotten, the church-turned-state has decided to secretly breed humans with pigs to form a slave society. When one of the pig slaves realizes that the dogma being forced on them is all lies, he undertakes a path of revenge and revelation. Every page of Oink: Heaven's Butcher is painted in full color in a style reminiscent of John Bolton and Simon Bisely. John Mueller has an interesting take on a fairly standard allegory, and the last three pages are so good that they bring the story up a notch.

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