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Comic #876

1 Minnesota Jones: Quick! Look over there! {pointing behind Haken and Erwin}
2 Haken: You old fool. Do you think we are stupid enough to fall for that old trick?
3 Minnesota Jones: Hmmm. No, I guess not. Especially with Hitler standing right behind you.
4 Monty: {looking behind Haken and Erwin, who have also turned around to look} What?! Where?
4 Prof. Jones: {running away with his dad while the Nazis are distracted} Run, Junior!

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2014-08-16 Rerun commentary: Hitler "standing" behind you really should have been a give-away here.

I think this strip is a little darker than necessary to give the impression of night. It's a little hard to see what's going on.

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