“I also wrote several articles under pseudonyms, including Imogene Mutation, as well as Vivienne Petruveus, Edouard de Legionnaire, Count Backwards, and Mason Dixon. Our tagline now was “Dagobert’s Revenge: Musick, Magick, Monarchism.””



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