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Mary Poppins vs. Penguin (308/365) | by JD Hancock
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Mary Poppins vs. Penguin (308/365)

Mary Poppins: A proper, firm, and kind British nanny with magical abilities who is served by penguins while on "jolly holidays," flies by way of her umbrella, and is "practically perfect in every way."


Penguin: Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, a cunning criminal strategist who employs penguins in his various schemes, carries weaponized umbrellas, and calls himself a "gentleman of crime."


If they had to fight, who would win?


#308 in the Duel 365 series.

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Taken on November 4, 2010