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Comic #1514

1 {scene: The seedy side of the town on Bune where the space crew are currently in port.}
1 Serron: This seedy part of town... it's pretty shady.
1 Iki Piki: You were expecting parks full of kids?
2 Serron: I wonder if there are any exotic drugs we can turn a profit on at the next world we visit.
3 Iki Piki: That reminds me. We need to install a smuggler's compartment somewhere where Spanners won't find it.
4 Serron: I figured we could wallpaper over the door to Paris' cabin.

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Yes, that's actually an assassin, actively wielding a dagger, in the background of panel 2.

I told you it was seedy on this side of town.

2017-01-18 Rerun commentary: Apparently wallpaper is a valid decorative item in spaceships. Who knew?

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