Not since Robert Downey Jr. got the Iron Man gig has anyone had an improbable career rebound via a Marvel movie quite like Howard the Duck.
After suffering nearly 30 years of being a punchline, the irascible anthropomorphic waterfowl returned in Guardians of the Galaxy as a … well, a punchline. But it was a funny punchline, and served to remind us that before he was George Lucas’ second greatest career embarrassment, Howard the Duck was a viable part of the Marvel comic book universe.
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And just to be sure that Howard the Duck is neither gone nor forgotten, Mondo, the online curator of art, toys (and some very cool music on vinyl), is releasing a portrait of the satirical character (though there’s nothing satirical about the print, exclusively shared with Mashable, above and in full form below).