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<   No. 2741   2010-07-29   >

Comic #2741

1 Monty: Turned to stone. This means the Gorgons really are here.
2 Prof. Jones: We can really ask them the whereabouts of the Aegis of Athena!
3 Minnesota Jones: We need some form of protection from their gaze, lest we end up like our friends here.
4 Prof. Jones: Yes. What did that Perseus chap use again?
4 Monty: The Aegis of Athena, dad...

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Perseus was the Greek mythological figure who slew Medusa, the most famous of the Gorgon sisters. It took the patronage of at least three gods to get him through this mission. Besides Athena lending him her Aegis, Hades lent him a helm of invisibility and Hermes lent him a sword.

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