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#559: This Is Not What You Had Planned

February 11, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #529: I Never Kid, Part Two

Multiplex will be updating Monday/Wednesday/Friday for the rest of February.

The current TopWebComics incentive is the same as Wednesday, because it was busted all day. You can see a blown-up view of the last panel from #558!

REMINDER: Those of you in the Chicago area brave enough to venture out into the cold, I'll be taking part in The Comic Vault's Winter Con 2 this weekend. I'll be there from 12–2pm on Saturday. Alongside me will be Don Kramer (Wonder Woman); Dave Losso (The Great Sandwich Detective); and Brian J. Crowley (Hamster Rage).

Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show is now 15% off when purchased from the Multiplex store ($16.95 for the regular edition; $21.95 for the Artist's Edition). For US people, that basically means shipping is free! FREE. Additionally, I've the Chapter 1 eBook is now FREE (and unlike the WOWIO edition way back when or the online versions, this is the HD Edition). I've lowered the cost of the Chapter eBook set by $2, to match.

See you on Monday!


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