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Colonel (Sin City), The

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2008-02-07 04:33:18 Uthor Alias Colonel, The Colonel (Sin City), The
2006-12-22 12:37:49 batman31486 Bio Also known as The Salesman, he is a shadowy, poetic freelance assassin who performs a lot of jobs for the Ladies, the Cops, and the Mafia. He is also the enforcer for Wallenquist. Among his ventures in organized crime, The Colonel trains and coordinates assassins as well as running an organ harvesting ring. His operations are eventually shut down by the Basin City Police in a sting operation, where he is captured and shot by Commissioner Liebowitz after mouthing off to him. Also known as The Salesman, he is a shadowy, poetic freelance assassin who performs a lot of jobs for the Ladies, Cops, and the Mafia. He is also the enforcer for Wallenquist. Among his ventures in organized crime, The Colonel trains and coordinates assassins as well as running an organ harvesting ring. His operations are eventually shut down by the Basin City Police in a sting operation, where he is captured and shot by Commissioner Liebowitz after mouthing off to him.
2006-12-22 12:37:49 batman31486 Notes Once thought to be two separate characters, they are one in the same, as Miller himself has stated in the "BLAM!" section of the short story collection "Sex & Violence." Once thought to be two separate characters, The Colonel and The Salesman are one in the same, as Miller himself has stated in the "BLAM!" section of the short story collection "Sex & Violence."
2006-12-22 12:35:12 batman31486 Bio Also known as The Salesman, he is a shadowy, poetic freelance assassin who performs a lot of jobs for the Ladies, the Cops and the Mafia. He is also the enforcer for Wallenquist. Among his ventures in organized crime, The Colonel trains and co-ordinates assassins as well as runnimg an organ harvesting ring. His operations are eventually shut down by the Basin City Police in a sting operation, where he is captured and shot by Commissioner Liebowitz after mouthing off to him. Also known as The Salesman, he is a shadowy, poetic freelance assassin who performs a lot of jobs for the Ladies, the Cops, and the Mafia. He is also the enforcer for Wallenquist. Among his ventures in organized crime, The Colonel trains and coordinates assassins as well as running an organ harvesting ring. His operations are eventually shut down by the Basin City Police in a sting operation, where he is captured and shot by Commissioner Liebowitz after mouthing off to him.
2006-12-22 12:33:19 batman31486 New Character


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