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Comic #2659

1 {scene: the Berlin to Palermo train}
1 Monty: There are Ancient Greek texts in the library of the Classical Museum in Tripoli.
2 Monty: That's easily the most obvious place to look for any evidence of the Gorgons and their mythical powers of petrification.
3 {scene change: a zeppelin flying over the Mediterranean}
3 Haken: So how do we find these Gorgons?
4 Ginny: The Classical Museum in Tripoli has collected a suspiciously large number of extremely lifelike statues over the years...

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A large number of extremely lifelike statues in an area populated by Greek mythology should trigger all sorts of alarm bells.

Where did the Greeks get all that marble from?

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