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New AMC Anti-Heroes

By Mark Abraham · Nov 12, 2013

And they called him “Olaf the Exterminator, Recently of the Greenland Tundra, Now Living in Cleveland.”

And they called him “Grimace,” though he was actually just a human being who really liked McDonald’s.

And they called him “Skeletor,” because they heard a live action He-Man just might have some traction in 2013.

And they called him “Boshin, the 1876 Gatling Gun Enthusiast.”

And they called him “Horace, the Heliophobic Hunter of Hummingbirds.”

And they called him “Shane.” Which, sorry if your name is “Shane,” but come on: “Shane”?

And they called him “Peter Piper, the Pickled Pepper Picker.”

And they called him “Tanqueray Tony,” because he sure liked Tanqueray!

And they called him “The Junior Movie Exec Who First Pitched Battleship.”

And they called him “Pastor Fred, the Purely-Platonic Avuncular Sunday School Teacher.”

And they called him “Samuel D. Jackson.”

And they called him “Clever Cristobal, the Chilean Chef Who Really Wanted to be a Sushi Master.”

And they called him “The Face.” Ooooh.

And they called him “‘Crocodile’ Chris, the Alligator Wrestler Who Nonetheless Enjoys Alliteration.”

And they called him “Anne Bolognese.” This one was just found scrawled on a discarded napkin in the 8th floor break room.

And they called him “Rodent Monarch,” because “Rat King” was already taken.

And they called him “Puff, the Magic Wagon Builder.”

And they called him “‘Lighthouse’ Louis, Recently of Nova Scotia, Now Living in Cleveland.” We smell crossover!

And they called him “T-Dog Roosevelt, Yes of That Roosevelt Family.”

And they called him “Dishwasher Dale.”

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