Series: Billy the Kid's Old Time Oddities

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Billy the Kid's Old-Timey Oddities by Eric Powell1
Billy the Kid's Old-Timey Oddities: The Ghastly Fiend of London by Eric Powell2
Billy the Kid's Old-Timey Oddities: The Orm of Loch Ness by Eric Powell3
Billy the Kid's Old Timey Oddities Omnibus by Eric Powell1-3

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