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"Hell's Hitman Part 3: A Night On The Town": Etrigan tries to foil Asteroth's plan by inciting dissent in his Televangelist allies. It's too little, too late as Asteroth completes his ritual, summoning the mighty Gothodaemon!
- You call this holy, puny weed? This travesty of human greed? You hope to buy the love of God? Your church is hardly worth a nod! The guy with the collection plate said fifty bucks a prayer's the rate!
- -- Etrigan
Appearing in "Hell's Hitman Part 3: A Night On The Town"
- Reverend Frukker (Dies)
- Choirboy Commandos
- Bill McCoy (Only appearance; dies)
- Serial Sid
- Jason Blood's Apartment
- Glenda Mark's Apartment
- A. Roth and Associates
- Gotham Church of the Blessed Televagelist
- Saint Jack's Cemetery
Synopsis for "Hell's Hitman Part 3: A Night On The Town"
Etrigan tries to foil Asteroth's plan by inciting dissent in his Televangelist allies. It's too little, too late as Asteroth completes his ritual, summoning the mighty Gothodaemon!
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- The name "Harvey Kurtzman" appears on a tombstone in the cemetery, a reference to the famed cartoonist and editor who created MAD. Additional tombstones are inscribed, "Pete Tomasi", "Bad Dan Raspler", "Garth" (Ennis), and "Me" (John McCrea.)
- Hitman's fee goes up to $30,000 for "breach of contract", then to $50,000 at the sight of the Gothodaemon.
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