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Comic #4234

1 Serron: {over radio} Spanners, do you read?
1 Spanners: Loud and clear, Serron.
2 Spanners: What sort of help do you need?
2 Serron: We’ve just sold the cargo for three million credits and a bar.
3 Serron: Can you have the cargo loaded onto a truck for delivery?
4 Spanners: Wow. I was thinking more like bailing you out, or paying your hospital bill, or something.
4 Serron: Ah, that gives me an idea...

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I initially wrote this strip without Serron's final line, and only added it in after completing the image.

Now I'm second guessing myself as to whether it's an improvement or not...

The big white pipes visible in the set here are containment tubes of some sort for the engines. They contain stuff.

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