Beware my claw...

...for I have come to bring Justice

The Lobster
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The Lobster was a hero of the 1930s. He hunted criminals and Nazis, bringing them to lethal justice. A brand concealed in the palm of his left glove allowed him to mark his kills with his symbol, the Lobster's Claw, as a warning to others. He died in 1939, trying to prevent a Nazi rocket from being shot into space.

Death, however, puts no limits on justice. Despite the popular belief that he only existed as pulp fiction character "Lobster Johnson," the spirit of The Lobster continues on, ensuring that evil continues to fear the Lobster's Claw.

((Journal for roleplaying. Lobster Johnson belongs to Mike Mignola, who slaarti hopes will not sue him.))