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#673: Deus Ex Marijuana

February 24, 2012

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #671: Tension; #672: Flashback

That's all, folks! I hope all of you have enjoyed the crossover with Shortpacked!

Hopefully I'll see all of you again next week when we get back to the current storyline in Multiplex, where the gang is filming their zombie movie. (New readers from Shortpacked! will want to at least start from Chapter 26, if not the beginning of the strip entirely, in order to get caught up.)

One minor point of continuity for Multiplex readers: this crossover is actually set after the next few strips. (I'll be rearranging them in any collections I do at a later date.) The only thing that has to do with anything is that Phantom Menace 3D came out in February, so (since the strip is set in real time) obviously they took place then. And the next few strips finishing off Chapter 27 are set in January, when they gang is just getting back to filming their movie.


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