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  • I know, I know, the science isn't exactly relevant to the story, but still ... even I in Pulp Mode find it hard to swallow the idea that you could just mix up a bowl of various genes from different species, pour the batter into an autowomb, and have a completely viable new species of abhuman kickin 'around the lab in a day or two.

    "...to watch you shake and shout it out..."

  • The abhuman is an abomination in th eyes of the Emperor and must be purged.

    purify furry | My[confined]Space

  • The idea of humanity trapped inside a gigantic pyramid surrounded by abhuman monstrosities is pretty cool.

    The Night Land

  • Humanity lives in a pyramid, called the Last Redoubt, of metal seven miles high overlooking a world where the sun died millions of years ago: and mankind is besieged by the Five Great Watching Things, the Silent Ones, abhuman men, and Powers both visible and invisible.

    SF Signal Reader Challenge #3 - SF Books You Haven't Read

  • You cretinous abhuman, you know not what you have wrought.

    ...and we're back.

  • He's been abhuman for too long -- people who meant a lot to him have changed while he's been away.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • An abominable abhuman creature, a melding of arachnid and human flesh.

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  • From Wikipedia: "Abhuman is a term used to distinguish a separation from normal human existence. This is different from inhuman, which typically connotes an ethical or moral separation from others."

    November 29, 2017