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Luke returns to Tatooine to seek out answers. Leia and Han bicker out in space.
Ray takes on someone else with the nanites in their bloodstream.
If you've been craving more from the Mad Max universe, this book fills you in on a couple of the characters.
Crap. I added 3 extras.
Clint Eastwood, but only because I did not see John Wayne on that list.
@TotalBalance: I forgot about him. Wish I could edit it.
I'm confused some are characters and some are actors who played in westerns.
I really dislike Westerns, except for Tarantino's Django Unchained, so I vote Dr. King Schultz
Out of the choices Clint Eastwood, but out of all Western films King Schulz (Yeah he's not technicaly a "Western" character but he's one of my favorites nonetheless)
Jake Lonergan was pretty cool I think. After all, he's the only one who fought aliens.
Clint Eastwood is the best. I watch Westerns all the time and nothing compares to him.
Johnna Hex count?
Of course Clint Eastwood. The Dollar films made the Western genre cool (instead of the racist crap with the evil injuns etc). The was The Man with no Name (Eastwood) used the gun made most actors use it like that.
I dunno but I'm sure Jonah Hex does.
John Wayne, but since he is not one of your options I'll go with the King of the Cowboys Roy Rogers.
Character: Vampire Hunter D
Actor: John Wayne
Matt Dillon from gun smoke?
@Captain_Awesome85 said:Johnna Hex count?I dunno but I'm sure Jonah Hex does.
LOL, autocorrect. Thats my choice then
Tuco Benedicto Pacífico Juan María Ramírez
Obviously it's the Man with no Name, Clint Eastwood. :P
Does Marty McFly count?
@FiMFTW: Any western character counts.
The choices in the poll were just characters off the top of my head.
I'm confused some are characters and some are actors who played in westerns.Either way
Fictional: Jonah Hex, Matt Dillon, and Rooster Cogburn
Real life: Doc Holiday or Wyatt Earp
Actor: John "The Duke" Wayne
Historical: Wyatt Earp and John W. Hardin
Fictional: Rooster Cogburn as played by The Duke. (Although Jeff Bridges did an outstanding job) and Dude/Barachon from Rio Bravo (Played by Dean Martin)
The man with no name all the way.
Clint's the man.~
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