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Comic #738

1 Iki Piki: {pointing at a new avatar walking across cyberspace towards them} Hey! There's someone else inside our computer! How is that possible?
2 Spanners: Remember the CPU steals cycles from computers in the past. It must have brought forward an early AI.
3 Spanners: This is fascinating! It should be a highly intelligent software entity!
4 Entity: OMG! WTF! d00dz!! a/s/l??? LOL!!!1!
4 Spanners: Oops, no. It's a pipe to a chat network.

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Spanners is referring to the details of the ship's computer system revealed back in #288.

2014-03-08 Rerun commentary: Hmmm. That looks like the college student and pizza delivery guy who would later be revealed to be named Ishmael. It could very well be him, which makes this kind of a retroactive Space/Martians theme crossover.

Wow. Very cool.

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