FATIZEN The Graphic Novel Part Two: Mundus Novus and the Human Cost
Seventy years in the future, the diet industry remains the most powerful branch of the federal government. The rights of fat citizens have been eliminated, and the rebellion has begun.
FATIZEN: The Graphic Novel, Part Two is an adaptation of the 2015 prose novel Fatizen 24602 by author Philip Barragan, published by Branch Hill Publications. The story is beautifully illustrated by artist Mason Arrigo and colored by graphic artist Chris Link.
FATIZEN is an exploration into the systematic dehumanization of people. Whether it be our nationality, sexual orientation, color of our skin, or the size of our bodies, societies have leveraged attacks on their fellow citizens throughout civilization. The “othering” of our fellow humans has led to some of our darkest periods in history, and continues today.
FATIZEN shows one family’s journey, and how they stand up for their rights and inspire courage, hope, and a revolution. Join brothers Mark and Kevin on their adventure and experience the tenacious human spirit that perseveres in the face of unrelenting adversity.