Joe T.

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Vital Statistics

First Mention: shadowCoin (September 13, 2017)

Full Name: Uncertain; possibly Joseph T. O'Toole

Known Aliases: "Joe T.", "Tee"

Status: Alive

Species: Leporidae sapiens

Gender: Male

Height: 6' 2" (187.96 cm)

Weight: 200 lb (90.718 kg)

Fur: White

Distinguishing Characteristics: Buck teeth; missing whisker on right site

Marital Status: Single

Original Comic: Jeff's self-titled, as yet unpublished The Adventures of D.C. Smythe

Character Description

When Victor Brown sabotages Velociraptor, he strands Fooker, Sharon, Trudy, and Stewart Johnson in a parallel universe where they are all transformed into anthropomorphic "furry" animals. Before they have much time to adapt to the change, they are confronted by D.C. Smythe, a British SIS agent in search of a mysterious white rabbit. After the Gamester covertly informs Smythe that our heroes are trapped in his universe, Smythe is forced to "babysit" the quartet and reluctantly pulls them into his investigation.

Thus far, we know very little about the mysterious figured known as "Joe T." Smythe and his partner Valerie Smith paint him as an Irish mercenary and international terrorist. He is also suspected to be a serial killer, although the agents have yet to elaborate on this claim. "Tee" is supposedly an expert in bladed weapons and a skilled brawler. While he is the chief suspect in the suspicious "theNullBoyz" hacking incidents, both Smythe and Smith admit that "Tee's" computer skills seem insufficient to make him the mastermind behind the scheme.

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Miscellaneous Notes

First appearing in Jeff's original D.C. Smythe comics in 1985, Joe T. remains one of Smythe's oldest recurring villains. Originally envisioned as a petty thug, "Tee" quickly became known as an international terrorist in order to better fit the campy spy genre of the original comics. While "Tee" frequently operated independently in his earliest appearances, he quickly fell into the employ of a mysterious mastermind and thereafter settled into the role of henchman. Young pre-teen Jeff thought it was amusing to have a stereotypically docile rabbit transformed into a bloodthirsty killer.

Many of the D.C. Smythe characters, including Joe T., have been regular fodder for the Jeff's Sketchbook feature of GPF Premium.

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