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#806: I’ve Never Seen Its Equal

May 13, 2013

Notes from the Manager

…So no, they’re not in costumes in the theater. I thought they gray text was a giveaway there: I’ve used that to indicate voices from phones, radios, or theater speakers since forever!

Jason and Kurt’s promo for The Princess Bride concludes on Friday. See you then!

And then I’ll be on summer break, having finally wrapped up my first year of grad school and my first semester of teaching my own drawing class (as a graduate instructor in grad school). Fun times. I’ll need to relax for a few days and then I can get cranking on Book 2, Kickstarter rewards for Book 2, and maybe some bonus comics for Book 3. But I’m getting ahead of myself, there.

Incidentally, the title comes from a line I cut for space. I wanted to have Jason/“Inigo” ask the Man in Black if he had seen The Princess Bride, to which he would reply with that line, which is straight from this scene. Maybe in the Director’s Cut of Book 7.

You can watch the original scene below:


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