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#649: Mortal Combat, Part Two

December 12, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #648: Mortal Combat, Part One

Aaand well, yeah. I still haven't had time to tone #647, but in case you don't read the Deleted Scenes blog, you can see the inks over there until I have time to do that. (Or find someone else to start toning these strips for me, because I absolutely hate doing it, and I'm not good at it anyway.)

But at this this strip is up on time. I think it looks a little rushed, but… yeah. Anyway.

See you Thursday!

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