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<   No. 1974   2008-06-22   >

Comic #1974

1 {scene: the landing pad on Bune}
1 Shady Black Market Weapons Dealer: {arriving with a couple of dangerous looking henchmen} There they are! Get them!
2 Serron: Quick! Into the ship! Take off! We can discuss this later!
3 Spanners: But the fate of the entire universe may rest on us figuring out what's happened to the timestream before we do more damage!
4 Serron: What's more important here? That or us?!

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You really have to get your priorities right at times like this.

2019-06-29 Rerun commentary: The sad thing is that most people ignore the fate of the entire universe and instead just think about themselves pretty much every day.

That horizon in the background really is way too high. I wonder if this planet has a weird gravity field that causes the water in the distance to pile up into mountains.

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