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« on: March 24, 2007, 01:37:05 PM »

So I stepped foot in a comic book shop for the first time in nearly 10 years a couple of weeks ago.  I picked up a few graphic novels, one of them being A History Of Violence.

On page 227 of my copy, there is a drawing of New York City with the World Trade Center towers being quite prominent.  There are planes on the sides of each of the towers, which are quite close to the buildings. 

My question is, was this added after 9-11 or was this in the original prints?  I have a Vertigo reprint that was made to coincide with the film release.  It'd be strange for it to the be in the original, and I'm just curious if it was.

"The greatest medicine in the world is human laughter. And the worst medicine is zombie laughter." -- Jack Handey

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