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#577: Insidiolicious, Part Two

April 6, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #576: Insidiolicious, Part One

It's a tricky one to talk about without getting too spoilery, but you can check out my review of Insidious over at Deleted Scenes.

I'm aiming to get another strip up on Friday and also a review of Source Code, but I'm not sure yet.

Long-time readers should recognize Angie's boyfriend, Duncan, from his earlier appearances (dating back to #418). He's been quiet so far, but I revealed his name in #434 — and if Jason's going to start watching a bunch of horror movies, you can bet Angie and Duncan will be along for some of them. Point being, you'll get to know him better soon.


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