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People/Characters: Minotaur

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Astounding Wolf-Man Complete Collection by Robert Kirkmanof the Actioneers
Boy Parts [2013 American Horror Story TV Episode] by Michael RymerAmeer Baraka
Bred By The Minotaur by Lexi Lane
Bred by the Minotaur by Clea Kinderton
Bred by the Minotaur by Shelby Horne
Circe by Madeline Miller
Corydon and the Fall of Atlantis (Corydon Trilogy) by Tobias Druitt
Eric Carle's Dragons, Dragons by Eric Carle
Fearful Pranks Ensue [2013 American Horror Story TV Episode] by Michael UppendahlAmeer Baraka
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Season 2 by Christian WilliamsAnthony Ray Parker
The Hunger Games Companion: The Unauthorized Guide to the Series by Lois H. Gresh
Inferno by Dante Alighieri
The Iron Man Omnibus, Vol. 2 by Stan LeeMiklos Vryolak
The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
The Mighty Thor Volume 5: The Death of the Mighty Thor by Jason Aaron
The Minotaur's Curse: A Hucow Story by Violet Kirkwood
Poseidon: Earth Shaker by George O'Connor
The Replacements [2013 American Horror Story TV Episode] by Alfonso Gomez-RejonAmeer Baraka
Theseus and the Minotaur by Yvan Pommaux
Tracking the Man-beasts: Sasquatch, Vampires, Zombies, and More by Joe Nickell
Weird horrors & daring adventures : the Joe Kubert Archives Vol.1 by Joe Kubert
The White Bull by Fred Saberhagen

Character description

From The Lightning Thief:
He was seven feet tall, easy, his arms and legs like something from the cover of Muscle Man magazine—bulging biceps and triceps and a bunch of other ’ceps, all stuffed like baseballs under vein-webbed skin. He wore no clothes except underwear—I mean, bright white Fruit of the Looms—which would’ve looked funny, except that the top half of his body was so scary. Coarse brown hair started at about his belly button and got thicker as it reached his shoulders. His neck was a mass of muscle and fur leading up to his enormous head, which had a snout as long as my arm, snotty nostrils with a gleaming brass ring, cruel black eyes, and horns—enormous black-and-white horns with points you just couldn’t get from an electric sharpener.

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