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Comic #2069

1 Draak: Draak not like cross hills to town and see Draak in past time.
2 Lambert: Why not, Draak?
3 Draak: Cold bloods not get on well. Draak might start big fight with Draak from past.
4 Mordekai: Okay, now that would be cool.
4 Kyros: Was that meant to to dissuade us?

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In an odd coincidence, yesterday I started reading the latest book in Eoin Colfer's Artemis Fowl series: Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox. I'm only a chapter in (as I type this), but the cover blurb says it's about Artemis going back in time to attempt to steal some item off his past self.

I wonder if Mr Colfer reads this comic, and has gone back in time to write the book after seeing this strip...

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