WAS IT his ex-wife, the mad but brilliant Doctor Limulus, who swore despite his constant denial that Johnny Voodoo had a secret Spanish galleon, replete with 18th century treasury goodness, stashed away from her?
WAS IT his haiku collection, a structured body of poetry which contained juxtapositions of imagery so complex they evolved into full human sentience, and grew to resent its creator?
WAS IT the U.S. Treasury, driven to the point of murder by Johnny Voodoo's efforts to keep the useless penny in American currency for mystical reasons?
WAS IT Jennings, Johnny's loyal butler, compelled to lethal acts by Johnny Voodoo's own symbolic experiments with genre fiction in popular culture?
WAS IT the Phillippines crime syndicate, enforcing old gambling debts for the "spider-wrestling" matches Johnny swore he'd left behind?
WAS IT the Author, seeking to gain Johnny Voodoo's power and fashion sense through a cross-fictional human sacrifice?
WAS IT Jimmy "The Snail" Rock, seeking revenge from that embarassing salt incident ten years ago?
WAS IT Johnny himself, projecting back in time from a miserable potential future which drove him to erase his own existence?