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"The Fourth Crusade AD 2002, Part 2": Venus tries to help Godfrey recover and regain his memory and vows to find Cela. She is constantly late, as she tries to juggle her job at the Chronicle, her undercover job at Camelot Diner, her hobby of Creative Anachronisim (re-enacting Medeival Knights),


Quote1 … And then I spoke to the twin brothers whose live sex show we inappropriately took your mother to view-- Quote2
-- Detective Addas Petronas



Appearing in "The Fourth Crusade AD 2002, Part 2"

Featured Characters:

  • Venus Kostopikas

Supporting Characters:

  • Detective Addas Petronas

Villains:

  • Mr. Pope

Other Characters:

  • Anton Marx
  • Duane
  • Godfrey the Cruel of the Noble Order of the Garter aka Bud Stafford of the S.F.P.D.
  • Father Trinidad

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Synopsis for "The Fourth Crusade AD 2002, Part 2"

Venus tries to help Godfrey recover and regain his memory and vows to find Cela. She is constantly late, as she tries to juggle her job at the Chronicle, her undercover job at Camelot Diner, her hobby of Creative Anachronisim (re-enacting Medeival Knights), and her personal life. In addition to three front-page stories, she is dubbed “Sir Venus the Fair of Antioch”. Meanwhile, Detective Petronas is still investigating the Ash Wednesday murders.



Notes

  • This book was first published on September 4, 2002.
  • The Crusades (Volume 1) is published under DC's Vertigo imprint and is suggested for mature readers.

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