Squeak the Mouse

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Squeak the Mouse is an Italian black comedy comic strip and later comic book created by artist Massimo Mattioli.wikipedia
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Catalan Communications

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According to Bernd Metz of Catalan Communications, the book's USA publisher, Squeak the Mouse was ruled not obscene "because it failed the third test of the law... the Miller test as it's called... in that it did not exceed the community standards."
On August 1, 1985, US Customs officials seized copies of Massimo Mattioli's Squeak the Mouse on grounds that they were obscene.

Massimo Mattioli

Squeak the Mouse is an Italian black comedy comic strip and later comic book created by artist Massimo Mattioli.
In 1982, he created the Squeak the Mouse series.

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The comics are considered to be an apparent inspiration for Matt Groening's The Itchy & Scratchy Show.
The Italian comic strip Squeak the Mouse is also considered as an apparent inspiration for the characters.

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* Squeak the Mouse by Massimo Mattioli.

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Squeak the Mouse is an Italian black comedy comic strip and later comic book created by artist Massimo Mattioli.

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Squeak the Mouse is an Italian black comedy comic strip and later comic book created by artist Massimo Mattioli.

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Squeak the Mouse is an Italian black comedy comic strip and later comic book created by artist Massimo Mattioli.

Funny animal

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The comic was set in a fictional funny animal setting, depicting attempts by its title character, Squeak the Mouse, to outwit a cat who is chasing him.

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The comic satirizes cartoon series such as Tom and Jerry, taking the content to extreme levels, which includes gory horror violence and explicit sexual content.

Graphic violence

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The comic satirizes cartoon series such as Tom and Jerry, taking the content to extreme levels, which includes gory horror violence and explicit sexual content.

Horror fiction

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The comic satirizes cartoon series such as Tom and Jerry, taking the content to extreme levels, which includes gory horror violence and explicit sexual content.

Zombie

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Each issue features a zombie plotline and a pornographic section depicting one of the main characters in an orgy with several funny animal women.

Pornography

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Each issue features a zombie plotline and a pornographic section depicting one of the main characters in an orgy with several funny animal women.

Orgy

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Each issue features a zombie plotline and a pornographic section depicting one of the main characters in an orgy with several funny animal women.

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However, when Squeak confronts the cat at a screening of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, the cat tricks Squeak into feeling sympathy for him, which allows the cat to briefly escape before being murdered by the mouse.

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As Squeak boards a plane heading to a tropical island, the cat returns as a zombie and crashes the plane, killing all of the passengers except Squeak, who escapes, and swims to the nearest island, where a pair of women awaken him by performing oral sex on Squeak, leading to another orgy sequence.

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The cat turns up on the island and slaughters the women, and Squeak destroys the cat, leaving only its separated bones, which are found by a horror film-loving child, who brings the remains home and reassembles them.

Frigidaire (magazine)

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The comic was first published in the underground comics magazine Frigidaire starting from 1982.

Miller test

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According to Bernd Metz of Catalan Communications, the book's USA publisher, Squeak the Mouse was ruled not obscene "because it failed the third test of the law... the Miller test as it's called... in that it did not exceed the community standards."

Matt Groening

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The comics are considered to be an apparent inspiration for Matt Groening's The Itchy & Scratchy Show.

Fritz the Cat

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