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Father Ramon Joquez
Real Name: Ramon Joquez
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Bio:
Joquez had been a professor at "the university" (UCLA?), until he quit, becoming more involved with social issues, speaking out for the people. Classical languages were his hobby. Buck Cowan had met him in the past, and he and Russell thought of him when they wished to translate the Darkhold, in hopes of learning more about Gregor Russoff. Joquez was more than happy to try his hand at translating the book. However, upon his completion, he found himself confronted and then possessed by Aelfric, the Mad Monk. Russell, as the Werewolf, confronted Joquez/Aelfric, and in the ensuing struggle, Joquez was mortally wounded. As a result, Aelfric was expelled from his form. As he lay dying, Joquez asked for forgiveness, for having not known the evil that truly existed, and thus having failed both himself and his lord.

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First Appearance: Werewolf by Night (1972) #2

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