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Abe the Aborted Fetus:
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Q: Is Abe a Satire?
A: Yes. Abe is 100% Satire. It's also 100% based off a true story... maybe.

(Read the definition below according to Merriam Dictionary)
1:a literary work holding up human vices and follies to ridicule or scorn
2:trenchant wit, irony, or sarcasm used to expose and discredit vice or folly


Q: Is Abe Pro-Choice or Pro-Life?
A: Neither. Abe doesn't exist, he's a comic book character.

Q: How can you write a book about a dead baby?
A: Abe's not dead. He survives abortion. Read the synopsis...

Q: What are Trepidation Comics' political and religious beliefs.
A: Trepidation Comics is a company and not a living entity. Therefore it has no specific beliefs.

Q: Does Abe the Aborted Fetus represent Trepidation's Beliefs?
A:No. And just because you word your question slightly differently doesn't mean it's going to have a completely different response...The politically correct answer is below:

 - Abe the Aborted Fetus does not represent the company's beliefs. The book was created solely for entertainment and satirical purposes.  We encourage you to read one of our other books "Echoes of Dawn"or "Contagion" if that series does not appeal to you.

Q: What are Trepidation Comics views on Abortion?
A:That's the third time you asked that question... Again, Trepidation Comics is not a real person... but rather a company...

Q: Why are you choosing to display this book as a biased form of propaganda?
A: I don't. Ironically, I receive equal amounts of concerned e-mails from the Pro-Life as I do from the Pro-Choice. And as the old adage goes: "Never Judge A Book By It's Cover."

Q: What the Hell is wrong with you? Why would you write such an obscene book?
A: Lots of things. Next question.

Q: I see where you have a Pope Palpitine that appears to be evil. So why use a religious character that is so dear to the Catholic people?
A:Simply put, the Pope is a political figure. He is neither infallible, nor is he immune to any such commentary or satirical references. The same rule applies to all characters in the story as well.

Q: You claim that Trepidation Comics does not represent a certain agenda, however there is clearly some religious and political symbols  inside the book. How can you say there's no affiliation? 
A:While yes, Abe the Aborted Fetus does include political and religious references, it's also satire... so you're probably smart enough to figure out the rest... maybe.

Q: What are Z.M.Thomas's political and religious affiliations?
A:As for the question regarding any political or religious affiliation Z.M.Thomas may have, it is not pertinent to the story and will NOT be disclosed. 

Q: How can you write a book without understanding the subject fully? Women don't get abortions with clothes hangers.
A: 'sigh'  There is a lot of research that goes into this story which includes but not limiting to: Drinking, Hours of Call of Duty and frequent watching of news and other various media outlets, infrequent videos of cats doing cute things on Youtube, Bejeweled and reviewing previous court cases on abortion.

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