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Comic #2782

1 Prof. Jones: Now I'm between a rock and... well, another rock.
2 Prof. Jones: It's like the Symplegades, the clashing rocks that Jason sailed through to find the Golden Fleece.
3 Prof. Jones: The Fleece! Of course! It restores life to the recently dead!
4 Prof. Jones: We just have to find it! Let's go Juni... Oh.

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I didn't even know those clashing rocks were called the Symplegades before I looked it up while researching this strip.

That's a great scene in the classic 1963 Ray Harryhausen film of Jason and the Argonauts, by the way. A movie full of great scenes. Very dated looking these days, but when I was a kid this was the most awesome film ever.

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