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Comic #1044

1 Helix: So James, shall we go check out Crab Key under cover of darkness?
2 Stud: I'm getting a bit tired. Let's go tomorrow.
3 Helix: Good thinking. Don't want to risk being seen as the sun rises.
4 Stud: It'll also give me time to hire some chump to take the lethal traps we're sure to encounter.

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2015-02-28 Rerun commentary: This of course is foreshadowing, as anyone familiar with the film will know, of James recruiting Quarrel to take him out to Crab Key. Poor Quarrel never returns from the island.

Felix doesn't go out to Crab Key with James. One wonders if he had gone, even under cover of darkness would he still be wearing those dark sunglasses?

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