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At one time, Butcher Baker was the preeminent and supreme, All-American superhero. Now he's a ladies man and a man that takes orders from no one, well only when it suits his purposes. But one last mission could signal his return to glory, and now he's back on the blacktop! It's a crazy, surreal super-epic from creator Joe Casey.

This mature-reader book features retired superhero Butcher Baker being hired back into active duty by... well, by Jay Leno and Dick Cheney [analogues]. The mission: the American taxpayers are sick and tired of paying for room, board and three meals a day for all the notorious supervillains Baker had taken in years before, so find some way to take them out of the picture once and for all. And so, Baker heroically sets to bombing the prison containing said villains into the ground...







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The Comedian meets Marshal Law 0

Superhero parody is not really what you would call a new invention...not even when it´s raunchy...hell, especially when it´s raunchy. And over the top characters are a dime in a dozen. Not to forget that some of the best minds and hands in comics have done both already. So it´s a tough nut to crack, and BUTCHER BAKER does not pull it off. Dont get me wrong, it is pretty entertaining comic, but it absolutely does not bring anything new to this niche genre. There is lot of dirty sex, which is fun,...

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