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Some Horns (pt. 2)

Nick Francis Potter

Oh, sheesh! ... What the heck?

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Some Horns (pt. 1)

Nick Francis Potter

Them are SOME horns, aren't they.

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Some Horns (Pt. 7)

Nick Francis Potter

"And look, I can just barely fit my arm through the wound. It's not that big."

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Some Horns (Pt. 10)

Nick Francis Potter

A werewolf?
You know, I feel like it's a good possibility, officer, I really do.

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Some Horns (Pt. 3)

Nick Francis Potter

My daughter is going to be so disappointed in me.

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Some Horns (Pt. 4)

Nick Francis Potter

Excuse me, sir, is that a sword in your gut?

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Some Horns (Pt. 5)

Nick Francis Potter

Well, you see the horns there. They're a good size, I think. And so me, I ask about them, I say, You got horns?

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Some Horns (Pt. 6)

Nick Francis Potter

Amanda, I thought... I, I don't understand. You said this was over.

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Some Horns (Pt. 8)

Nick Francis Potter

You all don't seem too keen on fiddling here with bloody Henry.

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Some Horns (Pt. 9)

Nick Francis Potter

I mean, werewolves, they have appetites, don't they?

Sunday Comics

Some Horns (Pt. 11)

Nick Francis Potter

[Previously:  Part 10  ::  Part 9  ::  Part 8  ::  Part 7  ::  Part 6  ::  Part 5  ::  Part 4  ::  Part 3  ::  Part 2  ::  Part 1]

 

 

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