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Comic #115

1 Terry: What's this, Steve?
1 Steve: A magic spell book, Terry!
2 Steve: It says it can summon the most fearsome critters imaginable! Crikey! That sounds fun!
2 Terry: Load of rubbish, Steve.
3 Steve: Let's try it and see. Here's one. Ph-nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!
4 Terry: Oh that's ridiculous! That'll never work. {Cthulhu looms menacingly behind them}

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2012-03-12 Rerun commentary: I probably explain this later on, but Cthulhu is assembled from a LEGO octopus and the body of a LEGO Tyrannosaurus, with fins from some other LEGO dinosaurs as wings.

It's really quite cool how an octopus fits onto the connector designed for the head of a dinosaur. That would never happen in real biology... without the assistance of Mad Science!

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