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Whatever Happened to Somalia? by John Drysdale (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1874209515.
Whatever Happened to Somalia? A Tale of Tragic Blunders. Published May 1, 2002 by Haan Publishing.
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Jon Jacks - Whatever Happened to Cinderellarsquo;s Slipper. Sure, I could have used my long bow; but tell me, have you ever tried to dismount from a horse and then proceed to relieve a number of coach passengers of their ill-gotten gains, while still keeping them covered with a bow and arrow? Well, yeah: I have, right? First time I ever tried this in fact, and it almost turned out to be my last, believe me!
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Literary Allusion Title: To Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? Whole Plot Reference: Catwoman's tale of Batman's death is lifted directly from Robin Hood.
Literary Allusion Title: To Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?. Lost in Character: One version of Batman's death has him killed by an actor who was only pretending to be a supervillain but got too much into the role. Series Fauxnale: In the same vein as Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?, this was written as "the final Batman story. Given the nature of the story though, this can still be argued as the finale to the mythos. Whole Plot Reference: Catwoman's tale of Batman's death is lifted directly from Robin Hood. Batman points this out as evidence that it's nonsense.
Whatever happened to Fugo?Part Five Spoilers (self. He was the only one who didn't go with Buccelati when he decided to betray the boss and we never heard from him again, when I was reading it I expected to see him return at some point but we never got to know what happened to him. SPOILER. It's on another level of bizarre to be considered canon.
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