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Bran Mak Mufin

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Bio:
Originally a barbarian warlord whose people worshiped an idol who looked remarkably like Cerebus (and which the aardvark destroyed). He later turns up quite unexpectedly, in civilized clothing, to act as an adviser to Cerebus in two separate occasions, first in Cerebus' campaign and first reign as Prime Minister of Iest and then arriving after Cerebus is Pope to observe the miracles and give Cerebus advice, though he seems to have a hidden agenda. During the Iest campaign Cerebus states that he trusts Mak Mufin's military advice more than anyone else's. When Thrunk deposes Cerebus, Mak Mufin commits suicide by stabbing himself in the chest with a sword.

Notes:
Mak Mufin is a parody of Robert E. Howard's celtic barbarian Bran Mak Morn.

First Appearance: Cerebus (1977) #5

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Issue Appearances:
Cerebus (1977)
Cerebus: Church & State (1991)

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