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In any case, I'll be reading this thing regularly, and not just because one of its creators aided me once. You see, the seditious aspect doesn't only limit itself to the canvas upon which the comic stands. It's wild speculation of course, but I think these guys mean to poke around in stinky businesses well outside their territory. And that's always fun to watch.

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