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#514: A Flesh Wound

September 23, 2010

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #98: There’s a First Time for Everything; #513: So Serious

Continuity error: The supply closet door opens the opposite direction that it did in #98.

If there was any doubt, you can look closely at Jason's palm in panel 5 and see the tubing Jason is using to squirt blood out of his hand. I generally try to make Kurt's special effects pranks at least somewhat realistic. (If someone has a missing arm, for instance, they have it pulled behind their back.)

The new guy in this strip is named Rookie. Or, that's not his name, but that's what he's going to be called.

If you've somehow managed to avoid every fifth word from my mouth in the past several months, the first Multiplex print collection — Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show — is now available. As in, it is shipping. As in, you pay me money, you get the book as soon as the USPS can manage. No more Kickstarter pledging or pre-orders: money —> book —> happiness.

There IS one preorder going on, still: The Michael Bay is the Devil T-shirt design is six shirts shy of getting printed. (And by the way, if you own a store and would like to carry them, I can get them for you wholesale! Just e-mail me for details.)


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