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#492: Past Tension, Part Two

July 22, 2010

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #485: The Floater, Part One; #486: The Floater, Part Two; #491: Past Tension, Part One

Thank you again to everybody who has done a guest strip in the past couple of weeks (in celebration of Multiplex's 5th anniversary). Wednesday's comic by Shannon Saar has been moved into the Guest Strips section now, so if you missed that, you can check it out here.

There may or may not be ONE LAST guest strip (for now) tomorrow. I don't know yet, sorry!

What I do know is that I've gotten the proofs back for Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show (a.k.a. Book 1) from the printer, and I'll will be very busy going over that for the next several days. So far, the color looks great! I'm getting really excited about finally getting this thing into peoples' hands.


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Thursday, February 4, 2016

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Today, I said goodbye to my best friend and my uncredited assistant since Multiplex began. As you may know from previous posts here, he has had some health issues for a while, and… well, the short version is, a new infection (compounded by his other issues) raised the question of the quality of his life. We had a good eighteen years.

Good night, sweet boy. I’ll miss you.

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