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Comic #2451

1 Young Adam: So what other myths can we bust with a time machine?
2 Young Jamie: Pretty much any historical myth...
3 Young Adam: I know! We'll go back before World War II and try to kill Hitler!
4 Adam: Now why would anyone want to do that?
4 Young Jamie: A.k.a. "How much more can we mess up history?"

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I really, really, really wish I'd come up with this idea for a comic first.

And you just know there's a TV Trope about this.

2023-06-25 Rerun commentary: Any form of fiction which goes on long enough will eventually use time travel as a story element.

Corollary: Any form of fiction which goes on long enough will eventually have a plot line where someone wants to go back in time and kill Hitler.

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