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<   No. 1722   2007-10-14   >

Comic #1722

1 Haken: Once again, Dr Jones, we see there is nothing you can possess which I cannot take away. Hand over die book.
2 Monty: But... what do Nazis want with the Palladium of Troy?
3 Monty: And how did you even know what we were after?!
3 Prof. Jones: Er, Junior...
3 Minnesota Jones: Shhh, boy!
4 Haken: And again, we see there is nothing you can try to find which I cannot find out that you are trying to find.
4 Monty: Drat.

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I have nothing to say about today's strip. Except I'm glad they've stopped running from that giant stone ball. That was tricky to set up.

2018-05-16 Rerun commentary: Haken's opening line is almost verbatim taken from Belloq's line to Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark when he takes the Hovitos idol off him in the opening sequence of the film.

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