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#550: Digging a Hole, Part One

January 17, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #548: Brain Candy; #549: It’s Almost Like a Triple Standard

There's a pretty good chance of three this week, so stay tuned.

Thanks to everyone who came out to see me at Acme Comics last Saturday! If you didn't already see it, I have an MP3 of my visit to the Greg & Dan Show over at the Deleted Scenes blog.

This weekend, though, I'll be appearing with Justin Pierce (Wonderella) at Chicago Comics in… y'know, Chicago. There's a little flier for it over at Deleted Scenes, too. It's on Saturday — the 22nd — from 3pm to 8pm — more likely going to be like 3–5pm and 6–8pm. We're gonna be playing it by ear, really. Come pick up the brand spankin' new Wonderella Book 2, get your copy of Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show signed and scribbled in, say hi to both of us, whatever!


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The Multiplex: The Revenge Kickstarter ends at 9PM Central!

Friday, July 31, 2015

Just like the headline says, the Multiplex: The Revenge Kickstarter project ends TODAY (Friday, July 31) at 9PM Central!

It has successfully passed the goal, so I do not need any additional funds to finish, print, and fulfill Book Three— but any additional funds raised will go toward the production and marketing of the book series: the creation of the bonus strips for Book Four (after Book Three is completed) or a second printing for Book One, for example.

While I will be setting up a BackerKit pre-order page to allow for “pre-order backers” (as BackerKit calls them) to order a selection of the physical rewards, many of the higher level Kickstarter rewards involve background appearances in the book and I need to lock down who those people are in order to get to work on the book. Therefore, those higher level reward packs are exclusively available to Kickstarter backers. Lock them down while you can!

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