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Okay, now you Adrienne Barbeau and Howard the Duck to keep him company.

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8 hours ago, Corsair said:

Okay, now you Adrienne Barbeau and Howard the Duck to keep him company.

Good point! I know Reaper has a duckman in chainmail somewhere...but who would be the best Barbeau? I'm thinking either hair by Julie Guthrie or a body by Werner Klocke. 

Chronoscope's Occult Detective is a great John Constantine, if it comes to that. 

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