Grown Man Who Owns Bane Action Figure Has Love To Give

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Grown Man Who Owns Bane Action Figure Has Love To Give

CHICAGO—Saying that he is here, that he is caring, and that he is available, local man Philip Gorney, who owns a 6-inch Mattel action figure of the comic book villain Bane, confirmed Thursday that he has love to give. “I could make somebody happy, I am loving, and I deserve to be happy, too,” said the 31-year-old man who has drawn several full-color illustrations of the superhero Swamp Thing, has seen the film Event Horizon nine times, and is a sensitive and giving person. “I am worth it. I am worth it and there is love inside of me.” Gorney then confirmed he is a human being with feelings before sitting down to replay The Secret Of Monkey Island on a classic PC game emulator.

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