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There's a brilliant Father Ted reference in the latest Spiderman comic

Amazing.

CORK MAN WILL Sliney is an illustrator for Marvel, working on comics such as Spiderman, Avengers, and X-men.

CLO9Eq2W8AA1kml Source: Will Sliney

In the latest Spiderman comic, he’s been flying the Irish flag proud with a sneaky reference to a Father Ted episode. A statue in New York says ‘Father Larry Duff’, who we all know is this guy…

Duff

It was spotted by eagle-eyed Adam Hurley, and later confirmed by Will Sliney himself.

The actual statue is of Francis P Duffy, a Canadian American soldier, Roman Catholic priest, and chaplain for the 69th Infantry Regiment, a unit of the New York Army National Guard consisting of many of the city’s Irish-American population.

Father_Duffy_in_Duffy_Square Source: Wikimedia

Well, he did tweet about his temptation back in November…

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