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#303: The Game Plan

November 24, 2008

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #301: Franklin Onassis, All American; #302: Necessary Roughness

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Update (11/25): Late second strip this week, sorry! Probably Friday during the day? It's mostly hand-drawn, and I don't want to rush it before I head out of town for the Giving of Thanks.  (Nevermind.)

Update (11/26): So there is a second strip this week  — the first of a two-part strip — but I'm putting it in the forum, because it's set after this current football story arc wraps and I didn't want to immediately confuse any of you. (I will add this completed "interlude" strip into the archives after the football arc wraps.)

The deal is this: I'm much slower with the hand-drawn stuff than vector art (only when I'm only using existing characters and backgrounds), and this being Thanksgiving week, I'm strapped for time to work on the strip. Since the next Multiplex strip has a few hand-drawn panels, rather than rush it out or put up the strip late, I thought I'd put up an quicker-to-draw (read: vector) strip over the next few days while I do the holiday thing and get caught up on the football storyline. Sorry to interrupt the story and keep you in suspense!

Go read the new comic in the forum here. Part two will show up over the weekend sometime, probably.

Update (11/29): Part two is up in the forum now.

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