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Comic #2066

1 {scene: Ñ's office at British Secret Service headquarters}
1 Ñ: Station T in Istanbul has been contacted by a cipher clerk from the Russian Embassy. She wants to defect.
2 Ñ: Says she saw your photo in a file and fell in love. If you pick her up, she'll bring over a Lektor decoding machine.
3 Stud: A Lektor! Hmmm. As feasible as the entire story is, it sounds like it might just possibly be a trap.
4 Ñ: I was sure it was a trap. Then I realised that maybe she's legally blind or something.

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Yet another set that I had to recreate from scratch using only old strips as reference. We haven't see Ñ's office since way back at the beginning of the Dr No story.

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