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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.

Sunday Comics

Some Horns (Pt. 3)

Nick Francis Potter

My daughter is going to be so disappointed in me.

Sunday Comics

Some Horns (Pt. 4)

Nick Francis Potter

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

Sunday Comics

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.

Sunday Comics

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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