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Comic #2457

1 {scene: Roswell Army Air Field, New Mexico}
1 General: Tell us what you want from Earth! Is it slaves? Feed stock? Lebensraum? Our women??
2 Martian 3: Your puny intellect is incapable of comprehending our motives.
3 General: Bah! Take him away!
4 Martian 3: Do you know how hard it is to get a decent frozen yoghurt on Mars?

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If you're unfamiliar with the term Lebensraum, take a few minutes to read about it. You may be disturbed, but it's worth knowing.

2023-07-11 Rerun commentary: Looks like that light in the Martian's eyes in the first two panels is one of the primitive lighting effects in Photoshop. They're fairly simple, but they can be quite useful and effective if used carefully. I've used them a few times in various strips as a special effect.

And frozen yoghurt... mmm...

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