In its latest What's New in the New 52 column, DC has unveiled Excreter, a new villain with, presumably, some kind of poo-related powers. The villain appears to have two walrus tusks shoved into his nose in order to protect against the noxious odors that are a side effect of his superhuman abilities. Frankly, The Outhouse is embarrassed to report on this disgusting news, but we feel it's our duty (heh... doody) as journalists to... what's that? Oh? Ohhhhh. Yeah, that does make a lot more sense. Yeah. Yeah, I'll wait for IVcNuB4 next time.
Sorry folks, it looks like that was a typo. The villain's name is actually Exeter, and he will debut in Green Lantern: New Guardians #21 next week. I apologize for any confusion I might have caused.
What? We're called The Outhouse, for chrissakes! You expected better of us?
Here's what DC had to say about Exeter:
At the edge of the universe, there lays something called The Anomaly. Even before they were locked away for millennia, the Templar Guardians have feared that something terrible can be found there. And low and behold, they might have been right. As the self-appointed guardian of The Anomaly, it’ll be up to new character Exeter to make sure that whatever threats it contains won’t be released. So naturally, when Kyle Rayner comes to check out The Anomaly for himself, the tensions will be high between these two.
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