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#524: Hazed and Confused, Part One

October 28, 2010

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #513: So Serious; #514: A Flesh Wound; #515: Up and At ’Em; #517: Too Young

We're cutting away from the Mexican soap opera to pay some attention to the new recruits at the Multiplex 10, plus Calvin, who hasn't been seen in a while, but was once the new guy himself — and a bit of a cranky one. But as long-time readers know, he lightened up, eventually.

(And, yeah, the title of this two-part strip is probably a bit of a spoiler — but come on, these strips are basically horror movie parodies; you know what's going to happen, you just don't know how it's going to happen).

The last few strips caused a bit of controversy in the comments field, and I'm half afraid that this strip will do the same, since I brought up one of the great political arguments of our time: "soda" vs. "pop." I say "soda," personally, but I'm also not a Chicago native; apparently people from here say "pop." What do YOU say?

See you Monday, and have a safe Halloween. I know I will: I'm staying home to watch The Walking Dead.


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