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It's been forever since I've read the comics page; have their eyes in this one always looked so bizarre? It's like they're lizard men from the show V--I keep expecting one of them to lift a mouse by the tail and swallow it whole.
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Sounds kind of like Monopoly the RPG.
 
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Clevider wrote:
It's been forever since I've read the comics page; have their eyes in this one always looked so bizarre? It's like they're lizard men from the show V--I keep expecting one of them to lift a mouse by the tail and swallow it whole.


Ahhh ... V.
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Apparently this comic has a long history of Monopoly jokes
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I just saw the newest version of Monopoly that now includes pawns that are a penguin, a rubber duckie, and a T-Rex and these replaced some of the older pieces. I know it’s Monopoly, and it really just doesn’t matter, but the pieces make less and less sense with each new iteration.
 
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Halborn wrote:
I just saw the newest version of Monopoly that now includes pawns that are a penguin, a rubber duckie, and a T-Rex and these replaced some of the older pieces. I know it’s Monopoly, and it really just doesn’t matter, but the pieces make less and less sense with each new iteration.

True... Playing as a boot, an iron, a top hat or a thimble made so much more sense! So what's your next move, Monopoly guys ? Having us play as an airplane? A motorcycle? A human, maybe?? Good God, I can't understand youngsters... I wish it was 1937 all over again.
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10 year old me would have been all about the T-Rex. Now, if you could eat other players pawns or trash their property then we may be getting somewhere, lol!
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Halborn wrote:
10 year old me would have been all about the T-Rex. Now, if you could eat other players pawns or trash their property then we may be getting somewhere, lol!


Whenever I played monopoly with my family as a kid my mom always insisted on playing the dog and "lifting it to pee" on the other tokens as it passed them. I'd forgotten that until you mentions the T-Rex eating the other players.

Thanks for that. goo
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David Malki drew this!
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JosefK wrote:
Apparently this comic has a long history of Monopoly jokes


Four pages later, I'm surprised to find that I enjoyed a lot of them.

Also, the eyes do change over time.
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