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#638: Try a Little Tenderness

October 31, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #637: This Is Foreshadowing

Tender as in human flesh, amirite?

The original inks for this strip — as well as the original pencils and inks for #637 — are available for purchase in the Multiplex Store, if you've ever wanted a piece of Multiplex to own.

New TopWebComics Vote Incentive! You can see my pencils for this strip by voting at TopWebComics (notice that I changed the last panel a little bit before the inking stage).

Happy Halloween, everybody. What'd you dress up as (assuming you did something this weekend), or what are you dressing up as? Me, I'm not a Halloween guy. As an ex-bartender, all the major drinking holidays are pretty much just annoying to me now, so I just stayed home all weekend.


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