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#459: This Will End Badly, Part Three

April 1, 2010

Notes from the Manager

So I just found out where I'm gonna be at C2E2 in a couple of weeks! If you plan on going, click here to see a fancy-ass map of the convention and a fancy-ass pointer of where I'm gonna be (at booth WC B in the Webcomics Pavilion), sharing a booth with Joel Watson of Hjinks Ensue.

By the way, if you DO plan on going to C2E2 and are interested in a Multiplex print, shoot me an e-mail, and I'll save you shipping by bringing it to the show for you. I'll have a few different prints with me, as well as T-shirts and mini-posters and such.

Speaking of prints! You know that I have the super-ginormous 13"x19" prints available for $15 at the Multiplex Store, right? Well! I've added smaller (8.5"x11") and cheaper ($10) prints, as well, currently with the same selection as the larger prints.

Again, if you'd like a print of another strip, just shoot me an e-mail. Some of them simply aren't practical at one size or another; some of the super-long strips, for instance, would end up printing smaller than they are on the web, and that just won't do.


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