Calgary Smith.


Think of him visually as Sean Connery when he played Allan Quartermain (left, and lovingly misappropriated from here) in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (or as Peter Clemenza would say, “Leave the movie, take the image.”).

Now mix in a dash of an elderly Indiana Jones

…and a pinch of old man John Constantine.

Then throw in a patch, a really badass one, like Charlton Heston had in True Lies.

And a cigarette.

A cool one hanging out of his mouth from when they used to be wonderful and didn’t cause so much cancer.

But definitely NOT when cartoon cats smoked and drank coffee. THAT would be too much.

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