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Duke Manfist. He's the world's manliest action hero. He loves bacon, punching bad-guys, hot girls, and gas-guzzling trucks. And bacon. He kills more ninjas before breakfast than you can shake a flaming arrow at... and now he's ready to inflict his peculiar brand of justice on an unsuspecting populace of YOU.

Join Duke and his intrepid, often-killed partner, Ken Goodspeed,
Kindle Edition, 127 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by IRE PRESS
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Mar 26, 2014 Jean-Paul rated it it was amazing
Give the Duke his due.

Duke Manfist by Phil Elmore

Duke Manfist is a kids cartoon character dealing with adult cartoon situations. The World's Manliest Action Hero designed and engineered with too much testosterone and a sense of humor to match. Only able to relate to others in terms of sex and violence, Duke Manfist is all of those overblown 80s and 90s action stars boiled down to their pristine essence, more muscle than brains, but more bite than bark, just don't call him retarded or he'll nut-s
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Jan 19, 2014 Stephen Tompkins rated it it was amazing
I found it to be a wonderful send up of the hyper masculine mens adventure pulp novels that I read as a teen. Mack Bolan turned up to 12!
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Oct 05, 2015 Phil Elmore rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Phil Elmore grew up reading his father's collection of "Mack Bolan" novels. As a teenager, he had no idea that he would one day ghost-write more than a dozen entries in Harlequin Enterprises' long-running "Executioner" series. Today, Phil publishes fiction and nonfiction on a variety of topics, through multiple outlets, including his own publishing company, Samurai Press.

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