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  1. Finn's had one too many. A super fun little figure. He's very small tho...
  2. Reaper Leprechauns (3) by J Weibe 02921 Wanted these for last month's bonus challenge, June Bugs. Was inspired by: The Wearing of the Grin is a Looney Tunes (reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodie) cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. It was released theatrically on July 14, 1951. It was the final cartoon featuring Porky as the only major recurring character. Porky was the very first Warner Bros. cartoon character to draw audiences based on star power, and starred in many solo cartoons in the 1930s and early 1940s. As Daffy Duck (and later Bugs Bunny
  3. Yes, where are they? Reaper makes plenty of halflings, gnomes and dwarves, but seems averse to representing the most mischievous of all the little people. One wee man on an owl and a three pack o' folk. That's it. Is this some sinister prejudice? As a Franco-Irish-Scot-English-Welsh Canadian, a sixth of me is deeply, deeply offended.
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