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Mr. Bunn

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Bio:
Mr. Bunn was a lawyer working for the super villain The Trapster. The Trapster, as well as some of his associates in the world of super villains, were suing the Tinkerer. They claimed that the gadgets, weapons and devices that they bought from the Tinkerer never worked properly and were the cause of all their issues as villains.

The case actually managed to make it in front of a judge, with character witnesses such as Blizzard, Jack O' Lantern, A.I.M., Beetle, Boomerang and more taking the stand against the Tinkerer. When Taskmaster blamed the users, a fight broke out between the Trapster's side and the Tinkerer's side. The fight spilled into the next courtroom where She-Hulk was prosecuting a case against The Vanisher (who of course, didn't show up). She was able to defeat ALL the villains on both sides and the judge dismissed The Trapster and Mr. Bunn's case on the count of it being "the stupidest pack of nonsense" she had ever heard!

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First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #59

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The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)

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