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#146: Goodbye-Goodbye

June 29, 2007

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #145: The Last Kiss

Yes, the name of this strip is from an Oingo Boingo song. (Point of trivia: the song was featured in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, in which Brian Backer played “Rat,” a movie theater usher. Also —and more commonly known — film composer Danny Elfman was the singer and songwriter for Oingo Boingo.)

And “Rina,” mentioned in the last panel is Devi's older sister, who first appeared in #84. (For those of you keeping track, that means the three Trivedi sisters' names are Rina, Devina, and Kina.)


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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Angie, like Franklin, is another significant character from Multiplex who only gets a brief cameo in the pilot episode. So here she is in a Multiplex 10 comic strip.

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