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Sunday, February 2, 2014

The Suppressor

The Suppressor

Creator: Steve Mitchell

            His only known name is Smith. A big, rough looking black man, dressed in a long leather coat. He had served two tours in South East Asia. Now he was at war with the Mafia.
            There is not much known about him. He kills easily, and violently, and the mob fears him. His goal isn’t so much to stop crime, but to revenge something the Mafia had done to his family.
            I’m only aware of two stories, though there may have been others.
Act of Suppression  DOUBLE DANGER TALES #29

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