Fetus-X is a comic by Eric Millikin. Early Fetus-X comics were drawn by Casey Sorrow. The first Fetus-X comic strip appeared on February 28, 200] in Michigan State University's The State News. After being censored from many college newspapers, Fetus-X moved to the internet. It continues to be published in alternative newspapers such as The Detroit Metro Times. Fetus-X regularly features profanity and violence as well as political, religious, sexual, and horror themes.
In the fall of 2002 Fetus-X became part of the online alternative comics anthology Serializer. In their review of serializer.net, The Comics Journal wrote: "It's a pleasure to see strips like ... Fetus-X use the newspaper format for far more daring, entertainingly perverse work ... [Fetus-X] would be perfectly at home at a good alternative weekly or a great college paper."
Fetus-X has been the target of protest campaigns organized by the Catholic League. “This particular comic is offensive to Catholics and Christians,” Catholic League spokesman Patrick Scully said in August 2002. “It completely ridicules the Catholic faith and is not funny.”
Fetus-X was named one of the best webcomics of 2004 by The Webcomics Examiner.
 Recurring Characters
- Fetus-X: An apparently undead human fetus floating in a jar of formaldehyde.
- Eric Millikin: The creator of the comic.
- Alicia: A cheerleader.
- El Chupacabra: A goat-sucking extraterrestrial who is also a Mexican professional wrestler.
- Anal Ho Tep: A resurrected Egyptian mummy who enjoys anal sex.
- George W. Bush: President of the United States of America.
- Areola: A mermaid.
- Satana: A devil girl.
- Bunny: A research test rabbit.
- Jesus: The son of God.
 See also
 External Links
- Eric Millikin interviewed at Modern Tales
- Eric Millikin interviewed at The Webcomics Examiner
- Eric Millikin interviewed at Comixpedia
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