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13/07/09 This is what passes for satire in this comic
Ah, Solon, Solon, Solon. I'd wanted to do something with him ever since I realised that he was around during the time period I chose for this comic. I even considered giving him a recurring role in this chapter, but unfortunately the only scene I ever came up with for him was... well, the one you see above.

I'm probably being a little unfair to Solon with this comic... He was enormously progressive and fair-minded for his time, and would go on to basically run Athens after the previous government made a horrendous mess of things. And hey, even within this comic, he's almost certainly the most courageous male character we've seen so far. At least, I think that's courage...

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Hey everyone, don't forget about the auction! It starts next week, and you - yes, you - will have the chance to bid on some original Amazoness! artwork, as well as a whole load of artwork that is probably, on balance, even more desirable than that. Ooooh, can you imagine? It's all for charity, too, so you can feel good about yourself as you accrue worldly goods.
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