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Comic #3037

1 Charity Collector Guy: As a brain in a jar, Hitler has more time to think his plans through. Thus he succeeds where as a man he would fail.
2 Terry: So how do we stop him being mortally wounded in the Reichstag Fire?
3 Charity Collector Guy: We don't. We arrange for a group of the greatest scientists in history to save him by creating a new body for Hitler's brain.
4 Terry: Let me get this straight. To save the world we're going to clone Hitler?
4 Charity Collector Guy: Cool, huh?

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Cloning hitler is of course old hat. Everyone and their dog* has done it by now.

But to do it for good rather than evil, now there's something!

* Yeah. I've seen dogs cloning Hitler.

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