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<   No. 2062   2008-09-18   >

Comic #2062

1 Monty: They drove off and left us here! We're in real trouble now!
1 Ginny: What do you mean "we", kemo sabe?
1 Monty: Huh?
2 Ginny: Old Russian joke. I was helping the Nazis. You climbed aboard, overpowered me, and threw the Palladium to your father...
3 Ginny: They need me to help them track it down again. They have no need for you.
4 Monty: Stop switching sides!
4 Ginny: I have this handy scorecard if you need it.

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Apparently The Lone Ranger is a traditional Russian story.

Like everything else, really.

2020-05-02 Rerun commentary: The cramped interior of the truck is really wonderful for shooting these scenes. I'm sure I didn't feel that way at the time, when I had to shove two minifigures and the camera in there, though. But they turned out pretty well.

That Lego canvas texture is pretty convincing at this scale.

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