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#849: Choke

October 4, 2013

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #847: Fire It Up; #848: Drive

Since this strip (and the arc) is set last week, Kurt’s being a little prescient about the Godzilla thing. Although Monsters director Gareth Edwards’s remake has been in post-production for a while now (it wrapped filming in July), a teaser trailer leaked earlier today.

As a Godzilla fan, I thought it was pretty great, but it has been yanked by Warner Brothers, so sadly I can’t share it with you. If you’re lucky, you can find it somewhere online. Don’t bother posting links in the comments, though; they’ll just keep getting broken.

I’ll post it on Deleted Scenes when an official version comes online.


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