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I'm not sure how many fans of Indy comics are out there, but has anybody else gotten around to reading anything from Burlyman? I know of two titles so far, Doc Frankenstein and The Shaolin Cowboy, and both are pretty, um, interesting. Shaolin Cowboy seems a lot like Trigun meets Lobo, and puts the violence in the current Punisher run to shame. Doc Frankenstein is actually a very interesting book, with very little graphic violence.



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