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Lewis (Marvel)(GLK&H)
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Chas worked for the law firm Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway (aka GLK&H) in the reference library. The reference library of GLK&H being very different than that of a normal library. Since GLK&H had a division dedicated specifically to superhuman law, the reference library was actually comic books. As all heroes who had comics books published of them (so all of Marvel's comic book catalogue) signed off for them to actually be published, they could be used as legal reference material, which was invaluable to the company.

A major "comic book nerd" Lewis loved his job and was constantly seen arguing with his co-worker Chas, despite the fact that they seemed to be best friends. When their other fellow employee, head of the reference library, Stu Cicero, suddenly had a personality shift, it was Lewis and Chas that figured out it was GLK&H shapeshifter Ditto that was impersonating them. They were taken hostage by Arthur Zix as Zix had blasted Stu into another dimension when he found out that he was actually Rigel Type Zeta 9 (a Magistrati recorder). Eventually Stu was able to get back to his proper place on Earth and it's assumed Lewis and Chas are still working for the company.

Notes:
First seen in She-Hulk Volume 2 #10, not named until issue #17

First Appearance: She-Hulk (2005) #10

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Issue Appearances:
She-Hulk (2005)

Group Affiliation(s):
Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway (GLK&H)

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