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Comic #225

1 Haken: Mein Führer! We have retrieved die Mayan Codex und die Egyptian Book of der Dead!
2 Hitler's Brain: Wunderbar! Die Book of der Dead too! With this I can resurrect mein body and escape this jar! Open it!
3 Haken: Your jar?
3 Hitler's Brain: nein! Die Book, you dumbkopf!
4 Haken: It's in Ancient Egyptian!
4 Erwin: That would have been a pharaoh-ssumption.
4 Hitler's Brain: Ankh du lieber!

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2012-07-18 Rerun commentary: Oh, I must admit I have a Thoth spot for Egyptian puns.

This is another example of poorly laid out speech bubbles. Rereading this just now, my initial assumption was that Erwin's line came before Haken's in the last panel. Wow, it's horrible!

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