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Comic #4586

1 Mike: Lucas, you’re the sensible one. What do you think?
2 Lucas: I gotta admit, a secret government lab is pretty high up on the places where weird evil stuff is likely to happen.
3 Mike: All right. Let’s go check it out.
4 Lucas: And us kids snooping around without trying to tell any adults our suspicions is pretty standard stuff too. So, yeah.

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I like to think that the Manhattan Project had a small town nearby where the kids all thought it'd be cool to sneak around, go check out the lab, and try to find out what they were doing in there.

The fact that we haven't heard from any of those kids after they grew up just means that something suspicious happened to them...

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