Terror Assaulter: O.M.W.O.T.

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September 2015

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“[A] saucy blend of over the top violence, in your face graphics and themes of exploitation movies.” – Heidi MacDonald

Cartoonist Benjamin Marra brilliantly satirizes America’s obsession with justice and disinterest in consequences via a highly stylized, hyper-masculine style that gushes with violence, sex, and international intrigue, battering down the boundaries between psychedelia, political commentary, and aggressive expressionism.

Terror Assaulter must defeat Terror at all costs, as long as it leaves time for steamy dates with hot chicks. The man’s codename is O.M.W.O.T. (One Man War On Terror) and he is the world’s greatest protector, and a villain’s worst nightmare.

This is a hilarious satire of American foreign policy over the last decade, neocon philosophy, the state of American masculinity and sexuality, and male power fantasy in escapist entertainment.

“Like Douglas Sirk directing an Abel Ferrara script ...” – Sammy Harkham

“Marra is trying to single-handedly restore some ‘order’ to comics.” – Frank Santoro

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“A tongue-in-cheek action comic about a highly skilled government operator who takes on a group of … oh, what does it really matter who the bad guys are? Bottom line, they’re bad guys, and O.M.W.O.T. is more than happy to chop, kick, shoot and otherwise eradicate them from existence.” – Chris Mautner

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“Marra’s work deals with the same themes of simplistic adventure and alpha males who kill and kiss with impunity…and a layer of self-awareness means that you can read it, enjoy the violence and not feel guilty afterwards. What is not to love here, people?” – Heidi MacDonald

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“There's no question that his comics are ugly and brutal, but the relentlessly over-the-top nature of his satire is hilarious, even as it makes you wince.” – Rob Clough