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I'm interested to find out what the continuity connection is in issue five (may be the body gets taken then).
: As much as I appreciate the multitudes of
: stories that came out of Death's Head II,
: and as much as Death's Head 3.0 may have
: potential... is it too much to ask just to
: see the classic, almost cartoony yet
: intriguingly lethal Death's Head?
: If only there were a way to have our cake
: and eat it too... a storyline that could
: bring the various Death's Heads into
: understandable continuity and return the
: classic version to his classic form.... I
: guess that would take a comic book that
: could sell more first...
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