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Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter

Russell Nohelty

Publisher: Russell Nohelty

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Summary

ICHABOD JONES: MONSTER HUNTER follows the exploits of an insane and fundamentally deranged mental patient that escapes from a maximum-security asylum to rid the world of monsters during the Apocalypse with the (usually unwelcome) help of the omniscient, impatient, and authoritative voice in his head. 
 
Ichabod will scare you as often as it will make you laugh. Dive into the story of the world's most unlikely hero as seen through the eyes of one of the most deranged comic book characters since JOHNNY THE HOMICIDAL MANIAC.

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