Continuity takes a back-seat in a very twisted story of over a dozen freakish humans (including, but not limited to: a dead guy with a sword, an insane individual whose head isn't on his neck, a mad scientist whose back-plot is somewhat like a certain transsexual mad scientist in a movie from the late 70s, a crippled engineer who is both mother and lover to a psychotic malcontent, a guy who constantly fails to fulfill his one life long dream of suicide, a multicultural family with a couple of genetic disorders, a paranoid guy and the twin brothers that make him even more paranoid, two guys that tend to float for no reason and have knowledge of the lacking of a fourth wall, a couple of gun nuts who don't speak, and one poor sap that is constantly getting wounded within an iota of his life [there is also a talking genetically engineered monkey freak]) who battle this, that, and everything else (including, but not limited to: the Giant Flying Killer Lima Bean Monster, murderous Beatniks, a giant with his eyes in his mouth, Mister Moleman Hans, Stale-Fish, a soft shelled turtle, demons, lots and lots of demons, the O.M.M., some kind of aquatic reaper, a Skull Tick, aliens, aliens, aliens, aliens (sorta like aliens, but not quite the same), genetically engineered monkey freaks, dragons, the team`s engineer`s less controllable creations, giant genetically engineered monkey freaks, troglodytes, troglodykes, the afore mentioned mad scientist prior to his joining of the team, mutants, aliens, mutant aliens, alien mutants, aliens (again), giant worms, robots, and of course: each other) in order to . . . um . . . do stuff. To be honest, I don't know why they fight some times . . .
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