With his vast experience dealing with both dastards and the downtrodden, Kevin is a quick judge of character. Upon meeting meek Percival Southwick, he must have sensed something in him—and he must have seen something in the character of the Duke of Duval, as well. Kevin decides to make a man of Percival, which he’d done before—a decade earlier with Prince Rupert. Therein lies my beef with new writer Jay Heavilin—in his first credited story, he’s already rehashing old plot devices…
…Kevin is also back to playing matchmaker, but his clever plot is uncovered.
Kevin’s first lesson on manliness is interrupted, and things escalate quickly.
Here are the three episodes in color, as third-pages.
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