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Squid #221
(published April 7, 2005)
Tales of the Giant Squid: A Year and a Day (part four of thirteen)
Who is Poor Mojo's Giant Squid?
March 18 - April 14

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In which Rob forgets that it's Easter, so he totally can't get any food at Wendy's. Also, he walks underwater with a river nymph, or some shit like that, and meets up with a crazy singing cult, a strangely familiar teen-age girl, and the lady he did yard work for. The little black shows up just in time.

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