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Folk singer mentioned by an audience member at a show by [[The Protesters]]. From the Charlton Comics comic book ''Thunderbolt'' issue #54 (October 1966). Written by Gary Frierich and drawn by Sam Grainger.
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[[Image:Protestors_Thunderbolt.png|right]]Folk singer mentioned by an audience member at a show by [[The Protesters]]. From the Charlton Comics comic book ''Thunderbolt'' issue #54 (October 1966). Written by Gary Frierich and drawn by Sam Grainger.
  
 
The name is a reference to real folk-rock singer Barry McGuire, whose doom-laden hit "Eve of Destruction" went to number one in September of 1965.
 
The name is a reference to real folk-rock singer Barry McGuire, whose doom-laden hit "Eve of Destruction" went to number one in September of 1965.

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Folk singer mentioned by an audience member at a show by The Protesters. From the Charlton Comics comic book Thunderbolt issue #54 (October 1966). Written by Gary Frierich and drawn by Sam Grainger.

The name is a reference to real folk-rock singer Barry McGuire, whose doom-laden hit "Eve of Destruction" went to number one in September of 1965.

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