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Mr. Carpenter (Marvel)(WNRV)

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Bio:
Mr. Carpenter was the owner of Radio Station WNRV, where Richard Rory was briefly employed as Midnight-to-Dawn DJ. Mr. Carpenter fired Richard shortly after he was hired for speaking out against the Citrusville (the town the radio station was located in) book burning that had taken place.

After Richard had a string of good luck in Vegas and won over a million dollars, he returned to the radio station and purchased it from Mr. Carpenter with the help of Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk).

Sometime later, Richard started picking up strange radio signals at the station that he believed to be from space, but were actually from a microverse trapped within a pearl necklace that Jennifer Walters had left at the radio station. The signal ended up frying most of the radio station's equipment, and no longer needing or wanting the radio station, he sold it back to Mr. Carpenter for a measly $5000.00.

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First Appearance: Man-Thing (1974) #17

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Issue Appearances:
Man-Thing (1974)
The Savage She-Hulk (1980)

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