GIGANTIC DEATH WORM by Vince Kramer (2011 Eraserhead Press / 70 pp / tp)
In yet another offering in Eraserhead Press' New Bizarro Author Series, don't expect a singular title monster: not only are there multiple death worms (of various sizes) on the loose in Arizona, there are also hungry bears who spit wolves, rampant brain parasites, and flying Mexican ninjas who aid our protagonist in battling the creatures and saving his big-boobed buddy Suzanne (who has become a worm-headed mutant). There's also more sex and beer-guzzling than in every 80s teenage comedy combined.
This is Kramer's take on the 2012 Mayan prophecy thing, written like a deranged pre-school teacher allowed her strangest student to experiment with a new form of liqud crack after handing out paper with neon crayons. If this brief novelette doesn't cause you to laugh 'till your ribs hurt, you're taking life too seriously.
Bizarro doesn't get much funnier (or entertaining) than this.