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Brace yourselves, ‘Human Centipede’ has inspired a manga

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Brace yourselves, ‘Human Centipede’ has inspired a manga

After horrifying audiences the world over, the infamous film franchise The Human Centipede has inspired a new manga series in Japan.

Crunchyroll reports this week’s issue of Nemesis magazine debuted Centipede Human: Final Liberation, by Ryuta Yoshinaga, author of the vampire manga Chinomi. Although writer/director Tom Six’s 2009 original film was set in Germany, the manga transplants the story to a remote mountain village in Japan.

Although you may not have seen The Human Centipede, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the 2009 film, which has spawned two sequels, numerous parodies and plenty of revulsion. The original centers on tourists drugged and imprisoned by a crazed German doctor who joins them surgically, mouth to anus, creating a “human centipede.”

The original film was followed in 2011 by The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence), which upped the ante to 12 people, and, earlier this year, by The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence), which was set in a prison.

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