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Maledrakh's Wierd West Oz (80059) Chronoscope

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17 hours ago, JGroeling said:

Is Hellboy the cowardly lion? 

This is exactly what I thought when I saw this miniature. All the others look like wizard of oz, but lion just looks out of place:(

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