Colin M.

Colin M.

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Your average Colin M. is a little over six feet tall, covered in thorns and lives on a diet consisting of tree bark and cheap beer. They can often be found amongst the funny-books selection of your local book store. Once thought only to live in Texas, they are now known to dwell in Brooklyn, where they can often be seen drawing their own funny-books and painting. If you find one of these Colin M. in the wild, stay calm and alert the proper authorities. If you do not know who the proper authorities are, just stay calm. They're mostly harmless anyways.

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