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The Wu-Tang Clan's 2010 collaboration album Wu-Massacre has inspired some colorful artwork that never got published. Illustrator Chris Bachalo designed the Wu-Massacre cover in comic-book fashion and then teamed up with art director/designer Alex Haldi to produce a comic book mini-series to go with it. Even though the comic allegedly had a storyline laid out, it doesn't contain any dialogue for the artwork. But the visuals are still pretty impressive on their own. As its name implies, the comic doesn't exactly go for the bunnies-and-rainbows aesthetic. People get shot, stabbed, maimed and wrecked in a fun variety of ways.