RAVAGER of WORLDS

Real Name: Imhotep

Identity/Class: Extradimensional demon/magic-user

Occupation: Demon

Group Membership: Imhotep led the Sky-Horde, a group of his "brothers," created and maintained by his eldritch powers.

Affiliations: Pazuzu (his steed), Sky-Horde, unidentified brethren in his native realm.
    formerly Conan and his Barachan pirate crew, Keiv, Zanji, Zula;
    he can be enslaved by those holding the Amulet of Pathir

Enemies: Ageera, BÍcharadurans, Black Ring, soldiers of El Shah Maddoc, Hak-Heru, Kheshattans, Meroans, Mongo, Palumbo, Pathir, General Soto, Zabhelans, Zanji, humanity in general, unidentified demons sent by Hak-Heru

Known Relatives: He has referenced brethren in his native realm, though they have never been seen. He may be part of an entire race;
    he has referred to his Sky-Horde as his brothers, though they are really only magical creations under his control.

Aliases: Bringer of Doom, the End of All There Is

Base of Operations: The nameless void beyond the stars

First Appearance: Conan the Barbarian I#179 (February, 1986)

 

 

 

 

 

Powers/Abilities: Imhotep is superhumanly strong (enhanced human) and durable. Though he can be penetrated by sharp objects, this does him little harm and he heals almost instantly, even from being cut in half. He can consume the souls of those he touches and can charge certain objects, such as his scythe, with his power. The Amulet of Pathir, when possessed by another, could be used to command or cause pain to Imhotep. When held by Conan, the Amulet rendered Imhotep unable to even confront him at risk of pain, revulsion, or loss of power. The same was true when Hak-Heru first claimed the Amulet, though Imhotep later proved able to assault Hak-Heru using his scythe. Even when wielded by another, Imhotep's scythe could shatter magical bonds.

    His winged steed, Pazuzu (seen above), could fly and presumably possessed super-equine strength and a comparable resistance to injury to Imhotep.

    He can summon his Sky-Horde which can sweep over a city, consuming the souls of all within and leveling all structures present. Each of the Sky-Horde is significantly less powerful than Imhotep himself, though they are still immune to conventional injury. They can rejoin severed limbs. They are vulnerable to assaults by Imhotep himself or by one holding the Amulet of Pathir.

    Imhotep has leathery skin and two, clawed toes.

 

 

 

Height: Approximately 6'5"
Weight: Unrevealed (maybe 220 lbs. if he were a normal human, but as a demon he might weigh far more or less)
Eyes: Solid white
Hair: None

History:
(Conan the Barbarian I#180 (fb) - BTS / Conan the Barbarian I#185 (fb)) <11,000 BC> - The she-demon Pathir/Tetra, via the timestream, stole Imhotep from his nest in the black void and sent him hurtling down to Earth where he would wreak havoc and destruction at her bidding.

(Conan the Barbarian I#180 (fb) - BTS) - Imhotep was borne of the she-demon Pathir "when the world was new," his name only whispered in dark corners.

(Conan the Barbarian I#185 (fb)) - Traveling back in time 20,000 BC, Pathir/Tetra found a Shemite nomad crossing the Turanian steppes (see comments). Appearing in a burst of light as a goddess, she told the nomad of the coming of a great evil known as Imhotep who would lead an army of demons to one day sweep over the Earth. She gave him an amulet, the "Amulet of Pathir," and told him that only it, being sacred and holy, could stand between a person and death at Imhotep's hands. She instructed him to pass this legend on to his children and his children's children before vanishing.

(Conan the Barbarian I#179 - BTS) - In days of old (as referenced from circa 10, 000 BC), it was prophesized that Imhotep would be loosed upon the world, freed from eternal damnation to wreak Ishtar's vengeance upon all. It was further prophesized that a man of steel, with blazing eye and wild mane, would arise and turn the people from their evil ways, and that by respecting and following him, they might cause Imhotep to pass over them.

(Conan the Barbarian I#179 - BTS) - An old man in BÍcharadur, a city state in the meadow region of Shem, prophesized the end of all there is, tell any who would listen that any day now Imhotep the Ravager and his fiends -- so many as to blacken out the sky -- would sweep down upon them in a great fury and destroy them all. Several amongst the crowd denounced him as a heretic and stoned him, but a thief known as Jamal protected the old man. In appreciation, the old man gave Jamal an amulet that would protect him from Ishtar's wrath, the coming of Imhotep.
    Fleeing the Captain of the guard of BÍcharadur, Jamal encountered Conan, convincing him that Conan might be the man prophesized by the old man that might save BÍcharadur from the coming of Imhotep. Conan was taken to the palace of BÍcharadur, and when he was confronted by the old man, who told him his destiny was outside the city, which Imhotep would soon destroy, Conan blew him off, intending to instead enjoy the company of a pair of young women. Jamal, in the midst of further theft, heard the guard's captain's plan to kill the prophet and Conan and take over rule of BÍcharadur. He was discovered  and killed by palace guards, having time only to wipe a warning of blood on Conan's door. The prophet was subsequently hanged by the people of BÍcharadur who were angered by his accusations of them, while Conan's friend, Keiv, found the deceased Jamal and gave Conan his amulet.

(Conan the Barbarian I#179) - As the palace guard attacked Conan and Keiv, the earth quaked, and Imhotep and his Sky-Horde approached the city, fulfilling the prophecy. Conan fell into a great chasm created in the upheaval and was protected by Keiv, and by the next sunrise naught remained of BÍcharadur.

(Conan the Barbarian I#179 - BTS) - Imhotep and his horde rushed off to the East.

(Conan the Barbarian I#180) - Imhotep sensed, amongst the forest below him, the man who might give him that what he most desired (the amulet).
    Meanwhile, the sorceress Renrutanit, who had heard the prophecies of Imhotep, captured Conan's ally Keiv as part of her plot to escape Imhotep's wrath.

(Conan the Barbarian I#180 - BTS) - The sorceress Renrutanit used the Mists of "Ragador" as a truth serum to learn of Conan from his friend Keiv.

(Conan the Barbarian I#180 - BTS) - She manipulated Conan to lead General Soto of El Shah Maddoc and his army to attract/distract Imhotep that she and her daughters hid out safely in the swamp. Conan, in turn, instructed Soto to flee before Imhotep could destroy El Shah Maddoc and then duped Renrutanit into revealing Keiv's location.

(Conan the Barbarian I#180) - After Conan decapitated Renrutanit, Soto and his soldiers arrived, and Imhotep and his Sky-Horde appeared soon afterward. Imhotep sent forth a destructive mist that stole the life from the soldiers, though Conan, who possessed the amulet, and Keiv whom he held were spared. Strengthened by the massive kill, Imhotep prepared to regain his freedom, but then his Sky-Horde abruptly fell from the air, and Imhotep's power waned again. He realized that though the amulet was the key to his escape from this world, its presence repulsed him, filling him with waves of fear and loathing. He vowed to someday overcome his fear of the amulet, gain his freedom, track down Pathir, and have his revenge before finally returning home.
    Renrutanit's still-living head was claimed by Pathir (in the form of Tetra) who also took control of Renrutanit's witch daughters.

(Conan the Barbarian I#181 - BTS) - Alongside Keiv, Conan presented himself to Maddoc II, the ruler of El Shah Maddoc, telling him that only by honoring Conan, holder of the amulet, could he save his city from Imhotep. Advised by his prophetess, Swan, Maddoc agreed, making Conan his new warlord after Conan rescued his father, Maddoc I, from the tower in which he had been long imprisoned.
    Meanwhile, Pathir, still possessing command of Renrutanit's daughters via retaining Renrutanit's head, told them they would aid her in destroying he whom she loathed above all men.

(Conan the Barbarian I#182) - Seeing Conan as a rival, Maddoc II sent him with untrained troops (prisoners released from the cells) to battle the savage M'Gai tribe. The battle broke up as the M'Gai leader, Kollos, on the verge of victory, fled upon sensing the approach of Imhotep.

(Conan the Barbarian I#183) - Imhotep alighted atop his winged steed, and Conan confronted him, driving him back with the amulet. Seeing this power, Kollos sought it for himself, and he led several M'Gai to return to the site. Kollos ambushed Conan, striking him from behind and stealing the amulet, after which Imhotep charged and then tackled Conan. Imhotep clashed swords with Conan, quickly putting the Cimmerian on the defensive. As Imhotep's horde approached from the sky, Conan's soldiers rallied to his aid, slaughtering Kollos and his allies and retaking the amulet.
    Meanwhile, Conan battled Imhotep fiercely, using his skill to hold off the vastly more powerful demon. When Imhotep became enraged at the time the battle was taking and the difficulty he was having in defeating a single mortal, Conan took advantage of the demon's careless and sliced him nearly in half with Imhotep's own sword. Imhotep collapsed and his horde fled into the sky; but when Shapur returned the amulet to Conan, Imhotep arose anew and snatched the amulet from his hands. Imhotep's contact with the amulet unleashed a burst of eldritch energy that forged an empathic bond between Imhotep and Conan such that Conan was the only one who could continue to see and hear him. Imhotep acknowledged that Conan was the first among humanity that he had found worthy of survival and that Conan was a noble being who had bested him. Telling Conan that he had broken his spirit, Imhotep kneeled before him and told him he was forever his slave. Conan then prepared to lead his troops back to El Shah Maddoc, little realizing that Tetra had enslaved Maddoc II and was planning to kill Conan.

(Conan the Barbarian I#184) - Invisible to most, Imhotep was nonetheless seen by Keiv when Conan and his troops returned to El Shah Maddoc. As Conan prepared his troops to battle Maddoc and the real army, Imhotep told Conan that he had reasoned that the amulet must be freely given to him by Conan. He further explained that the time approached wherein he could return to his nest, when the sorcerous energies were at their lowest ebb, which comes once every millennium. Conan agreed that if Imhotep helped him into Maddoc's castle that he would consider giving him the amulet.
    The next morning, with Keiv and Imhotep at his side, Conan led the troops to assault Maddoc's castle. After a brutal battle, Conan slew Maddoc. Afterwards, "Tetra" confronted Conan, Keiv, and Imhotep, and Imhotep recognized her as Pathir; she suddenly blew up the entire castle.

(Conan the Barbarian I#185) - Pathir transported Conan to the timestream (a mystic body of water that travels throughout all eternity and infinity), telling him his friends were dead from the explosion and that he had caused her to be trapped in the timestream forever. She further revealed her past with Imhotep and attempted to make Conan her lover within the timestream. Conan agreed only if she would return to Maddoc's castle before she had destroyed it. She transported Conan there and then followed his instruction to return Keiv back to his human form. Forcing "Tetra" to accept that she actually was a demonic creature that had just taken Tetra's form, Conan broke her spirit and then slew her. Imhotep saved Conan from falling to his death as Tetra/Pathir's tower collapsed, and Conan gave him the Amulet of Pathir. Departing to return to his brothers in the void, Imhotep dropped Conan a short distance to the ground and told him that if they ever met again it would not be as allies.

(Savage Sword of Conan#202 (fb) - BTS / Savage Sword of Conan#203 (fb)) - Hak-Heru, a Stygian sorcerer of Kheshatta and member of the Black Ring, magically summoned Imhotep and his Sky-Hordes back to the mortal plane. Merely influenced but not fully controlled by Hak-Heru, Imhotep drew closer out of curiosity and asked why Hak-Heru had summoned him, but Hak-Heru instead voiced a spell "--Yith Ran Tegoth Lloigar Zar!" that tore Imhotep's amulet from his neck and granted it to Hak-Heru. Armed with the amulet, Hak-Heru blasted the Sky-Hordes from the sky while Imhotep was powerless to act against him. Rightly figuring Imhotep would nurture rebellion in his heart, Hak-Heru tried to slay him but found the demon apparently indestructible. Unable to truly even harm the demon, Hak-Heru instead used a spell to make him appear to be a normal Stygian to all who saw him. Hak-Heru then had two of the Sky-Horde carry  Imhotep far out into the deserts and drop him to the ground, many leagues away. Unharmed, Imhotep swore vengeance.

(Savage Sword of Conan#202 (fb) - BTS) - Imhotep wandered southeast to Zabhela, the only true city on the coasts of Kush, sensing somehow that his destiny lay there.

(Savage Sword of Conan#202 (fb)) - Imhotep brazenly petitioned King Palumbo and Queen Zanji to mount an expedition against Kheshatta, hinting that when it fell, magical secrets and wealth unequaled would be theirs. While Palumbo was interested, Zanji refused and ordered Imhotep thrown into prison.

(Savage Sword of Conan#202 (fb) - BTS) - Imhotep remained trapped in the Zabhelan prison for months, though he was apparently summoned to Zanji's boudoir on multiple occasions to pleasure her. He repeatedly tried to get her to mount an attack against Kheshatta, but she strung him along to "keep his ardor up."

(Savage Sword of Conan#202) - Conan and his crew of Barachan pirates were captured by the guards of the ruler of Zabhela, and the other pirates held hostage to force Conan to teach the people of Zabhela to become sailors. Within the prison cell he encountered Imhotep, who revealed how he had come to be trapped thusly and stated that he suspected that Conan was the destiny he was meant to find. Soon after, Imhotep was summoned to Queen Zanji's boudoir, but he convinced her that two men might be better than one, and so she had Conan summoned as well (Conan had previously promised that he would come back for his crew).  After Zanji revealed that she had no intention of every leading an assault against Kheshatta, Conan and Imhotep tossed her out a window into a fountain below. Imhotep and Conan then slaughtered the guards that rushed in, but reinforcements began to appear in increasing numbers. Claiming a scythe as his weapon, Imhotep convinced Conan that he needed his help to free his crewmen but that even they two could not stand against the numbers facing them. Imhotep promised to use his Sky-Hordes to free Conan's crew if Conan first helped him recover his amulet from Kheshatta; Imhotep noted that he would not be bound by any vow, and so Conan would just have to trust him. Imhotep then slew the approaching King Palumbo, and Imhotep and Conan stole his chariot and fled. Imhotep used his scythe to behead a pair of Stygian guards that tried to close the gate out of the city.

(Savage Sword of Conan#203) - After revealing the full story of his encounter with Hak-Heru, Imhotep assured Conan that Conan's crew would not be slain until the Feast of Derkheto, two months hence. He further noted that after he had been trapped in human form for a full year, which wasn't long off, that he would then become truly human. They were then assaulted by a group of winged ape-like demons sent by Hak-Heru. Now wielding his scythe as a long-handled weapon, Imhotep and Conan slaughtered the demons, after which Imhotep bewitched a pair of zebras to replace their tired horses and speed them on their journey to Kheshatta. They stopped so Conan could rest and eat in MeroŽ, and Imhotep adjusted his skin tone to make him appear more like the people of MeroŽ. They encountered a former comrade of Conan's, Mongo, who brought them to MeroŽ's ruler, Ageera, whose skills as a "witch-smeller" enabled him to sense Imhotep's power and expose it to the others present. Ageera ordered both of their deaths, and when the soldiers found Imhotep immune to their attacks, they instead trapped him in a large net; Conan took advantage of their distraction in focusing on Imhotep to flee. Later, impersonating Mongo, Conan freed Imhotep from his cell. Discovered, they fought their way out, and Imhotep reclaimed his scythe. They were met by Mongo and reinforcements, at which point the Sky-Hordes, under Hak-Heru's control, descended from the skies to MeroŽ.

(Savage Sword of Conan#204) - Realizing the Sky-Horde had come from him and that they would find him no matter where he went, Imhotep sent Conan to escape on his own. The Sky-Horde easily overpowered the Meroan soldiers and caused them to flee, then confronted Imhotep, bowing before him but confirming they were still under Hak-Heru's command and they had to bring him back to Kheshatta. Imhotep decapitated one of his former minions with his scythe, proving that his power had now permeated the scythe, after which he left the scythe for Conan (hiding in the shadows) and then agreed to go peaceably with the Sky-Horde. Per Hak-Heru's commands, the Sky-Horde took him by force nonetheless, and they flew off to Kheshatta.
    Armed with Imhotep's scythe, Conan fought his way out of MeroŽ.

(Savage Sword of Conan#205) - Conan arrived in Kheshatta, armed with Imhotep's scythe, but was ambushed, captured, and put on the slave market, where he was purchased by his old friend Zula, the newest member of the Black Ring. Meanwhile, Mongo led Ageera and the forces of MeroŽ in preparation of an assault on Kheshatta in retaliation for the assault of the Sky-Horde.

(Savage Sword of Conan#206) - Zula held Imhotep's scythe as he introduced Conan to the Black Ring, whom Conan warned of the approach of the forces of MeroŽ. Armed with the scythe, Conan served as Zula's agent in the mystic challenge of Zinat against Hak-Heru. When Conan won, Hak-Heru agreed to send the Sky-Horde against the Meroans. However, wishing to prove how much the rest of the Black Ring needed him, Hak-Heru held back, allowing Ageera's magic to oppose that of the rest of the Black Ring while the Meroans easily overpowered the inexperienced warriors of Kheshatta. Astride Imhotep's mount, Pazuzu, Hak-Heru (also carrying Athyr-Bast) eventually entered the battle.
    Meanwhile, aided by Zula's magic, Conan located and freed Imhotep from his mystic prison in Kheshatta's dungeon via his scythe, and Imhotep made it clear that vengeance on Hak-Heru was his alone. Imhotep easily slaughtered other demon creatures and guards sent against him, then led Conan and Zula atop Kheshatta's wall near the site of the battle. He easily slew any of the Black Ring who opposed his plans for Hak-Heru, who in response summoned the Sky-Horde to join the battle, taking out first the Meroans and then to go after Imhotep. After Imhotep narrowly missed Hak-Heru with a swing of his scythe, Hak-Heru dumped Athyr-Bast from atop Pazuzu to lighten its load. Conan, meanwhile, used Imhotep's back as a springboard and leapt to catch Hak-Heru's foot. Dislodged, Conan then grabbed Pazuzu's leg, causing the winged steed to panic and buck off Hak-Heru. Imhotep caught and impaled Hak-Heru on his scythe, but the dying wizard used the amulet to blast Imhotep, causing him great pain. Nonetheless, Imhotep overcame the amulet's assault and control, and he tossed Hak-Heru into the air and then sliced him in half with his scythe. Catching the amulet in his hand, Imhotep retook control of Pazuzu and the Sky-Horde. He had Pazuzu roughly drop Conan atop the wall, then reclaimed his steed and directed the Sky-Horde to slay Meroan and Stygian alike. Imhotep himself decapitated Ageera with his scythe, ending his resistance.
    Conan confronted Imhotep, reminding him of their arrangement, and Imhotep ordered his Sky-Horde to cease their onslaught. Imhotep took Conan aboard Pazuzu, and led the Sky-Horde back to Zabhela. They arrived during the Feast of Derkheto, and slew Queen Zanji's warriors, rescuing Conan's crew from sacrifice to Derkheto. Queen Zanji fell and fatally cracked her skull when she was pushed out of the way by one of her guards, and the freed Barachan pirates joined the slaughter of the Zabhelans. As Conan and his crew retook their ship and prepared to cast off, Imhotep admitted he was wrong about them not being allies in their second meeting, but hinted that a third such meeting would be unsure. Conan hoped their would never be such a third meeting, and Imhotep agreed that that would be best for all concerned, then took his Sky-Horde and flew off towards distant horizons.

Comments: Created by Jim Owsley (now known as Priest), John Buscema, and Bob Camp.

Conan the Barbarian I#179 (180-185, Savage Sword of Conan#203(fb), 202-205

    The reference in Conan the Barbarian#185 where she gives the amulet to the nomad says "10,000 years before your birth," (Your presumably being Conan) which would put it at 10,000 years before 10,000 BC, which would be 20,000 BC...which would be before the Great Cataclysm...which would be way before the existence of Turan. I'm not sure whether Tetra/Pathir, a time traveler, was referring to the landmass that would become Turan, or whether she meant 1000 years before Conan's birth, instead of 10,000 years...or what. Since the encounter was supposed to be long before the coming of Imhotep, I'd think the former.

    I believe Imhotep's steed was first identified as Pazuzu in Savage Sword of Conan#202.

Profile by Snood.

CLARIFICATIONS:
No KNOWN connections to:

Imhotep's steed, Pazuzu, has no known connection to:


Amulet of Pathir

(Conan the Barbarian I#185 (fb)) - Traveling back in time 20,000 BC, Pathir/Tetra found a Shemite nomad crossing the Turanian steppes (see comments). Appearing in a burst of light as a goddess, she told the nomad of the coming of a great evil known as Imhotep who would lead an army of demons to one day sweep over the Earth. She gave him an amulet, the "Amulet of Pathir," and told him that only it, being sacred and holy, could stand between a person and death at Imhotep's hands. She instructed him to pass this legend on to his children and his children's children before vanishing.

    In the city of  BÍcharadur, a city state in the meadow region of Shem, the Amulet was passed from an unidentified prophet to the thief Jamal, who identified Conan as the man from the prophecy that could save them from Imhotep. Jamal was slain en route to delivering the Amulet to Conan, but Conan's ally Keiv found him and gave Conan the Amulet, which protected them both from Imhotep's leveling of the city. The Amulet later robbed Imhotep and the Sky-Hordeof their power, causing them to fall to the Earth. Conan subsequently used the Amulet to drive back Imhotep, but then Kollos, leader of the Kushite M'Gai tribe stole the Amulet. Even without the Amulet, Conan bested Imhotep in combat. After Conan regained the Amulet, Imhotep tried to snatch it from him but found it had to be given willingly. After Conan had slain Pathir, he returned the Amulet to Imhotep who returned to his realm.

    The Black Ring sorcerer Hak-Heru subsequently summoned Imhotep back to Earth, magically stole the Amulet and took control of Imhotep and the Sky-Horde. After empowering a scythe with his own eldritch energies, Imhotep was able to oppose Hak-Heru, impaling him with his scythe as he fell from the sky. Hak-Heru blasted him with energy from the Amulet, but Imhotep tossed him into the air, split him in two with the scythe, and retook the Amulet. Imhotep again returned to his realm, taking the Amulet with him.

    Fashioned by the time-traveling Pathir, it served to imprison Imhotep on Earth and force him to serve those who held it. When held by Conan, the Amulet rendered Imhotep unable to even confront him at risk of pain, revulsion, or loss of power. The same was true when Hak-Heru first claimed the Amulet, though Imhotep later proved able to assault Hak-Heru using his scythe.

--Conan the Barbarian I#179 (185 (fb), 179-185, Savage Sword of Conan#203 (fb), 205-206

 


Sky-Horde

 

    Created and maintained by Imhotep's eldritch powers, they were similar in appearance and abilities (though to a lesser extent) to Imhotep. They could be forced to serve the holder of the Amulet of Pathir. They can sweep over a city, consuming the souls of all within and leveling all structures present. Each of the Sky-Horde is significantly less powerful than Imhotep himself, though they are still immune to conventional injury. They can rejoin severed limbs. They are vulnerable to assaults by Imhotep himself or by one holding the Amulet of Pathir.

 

--Conan the Barbarian I#179 (180, [182], 183, Savage Sword of Conan#203 (fb), 203-204, 206

 

 

 


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Savage Sword of Conan#206 cover - Bob Larkin (astride Pazuzu)
Conan the Barbarian I#182, last page (astride Pazuzu)
Savage Sword of Conan#202, p21, panel 1 (face close-up)
    #203, p15, panel 1 (Stygian form)
Conan the Barbarian I#183, p8, panel 2 (Amulet of Pathir)
Savage Sword of Conan#203, p7, panel 2 (with scythe)


Appearances:
Conan the Barbarian I#179-180 (February-March, 1986) - Jim Owsley (writer), John Buscema (breakdowns), Bob Camp (finishes), Larry Hama (editor)
Conan the Barbarian I#181-182 (April-May, 1986) - Jim Owsley (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Ernie Chan (inker), Larry Hama (editor)
Conan the Barbarian I#183 (June, 1986) - Jim Owsley (writer), John Buscema (breakdowns), Ernie Chan (finishes), Larry Hama (editor)
Conan the Barbarian I#184 (July, 1986) - Jim Owsley (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Ernie Chan (inker), Larry Hama (editor)
Conan the Barbarian I#185 (August, 1986) - Jim Owsley (writer), John Buscema (breakdowns), Ernie Chan (finishes), Larry Hama (editor)
Savage Sword of Conan#202 (October, 1992) - Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Ernie Chan (inker), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Savage Sword of Conan#203-204 (November-December, 1992) - Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Ernie Chan (inker), Richard Ashford (editor)
Savage Sword of Conan#205-206 (January-February, 1993) - Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Ernie Chan (inker), Richard Ashford (editor)


Last updated: 07/15/08

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