Malleus Maleficarum: the comic version
A downloadable comic
In 1487, Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger wrote the Malleus Maleficarum, the premiere manual for exposing, capturing, prosecuting, and burning witches used by every right-thinking European magistrate of the late middle ages. Bitter Karella has adapted this warm and uplifting tome which fueled a wave of witch-hunting that lasted for nearly two centuries and cost nearly 60,000 people (mostly women) their lives.
The graphic novel adapts Kramer's original text into a much-easier-to-parse comic format and answers all of those nagging eternal questions; Do witches kill newborn babies for use in their rituals? Can they turn men into beasts? Can they steal mens’ penises, collecting them in great numbers, to hide in, say, a bird’s nest up in a tree, where they then move around like squiggly phallic snakes and eat corn and oats? Finally, most importantly, do witches have sexual relations with devils? How do they have sexual relations with devils? And could we hear some more about these sexual relations with devils? Nothing makes for a fun read like torture, murder, infanticide, and disembodied penises! Always fun and educational.
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