Notes from the Manager
Bit of an announcement today: Multiplex is now a part of the Boxcar Comics collective, home of Theater Hopper, Beaver & Steve, Rob & Elliot, Joe and Monkey, HOUSD, The Kenmore, 21 Dead Monkeys, Aikida, Hate Song, You'll Have That, and Bigger Than Cheeses. Another little switcheroo also brings Joe Dunn's Joe Loves Crappy Movies (replacing Mitch Clem and Joe's Coffee Achievers) and Mitch Clem's San Antonio Rock City (replacing his own Nothing Nice to Say) under the Boxcar banner. (Taste all the linky goodness!) That's right: JLCM, Theater Hopper, and Multiplex are all in Boxcar Comics now. Boo yah.
Honestly, I think these guys make some of the best comics available on the internet or otherwise, and it's an honor to be a part of the group.
(Oh, and the girl in the Accepted poster is Blake Lively from The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, if you didn't know.)
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Monday, December 1, 2014
In addition to the Multiplex Book set being 25% off, the individual Multiplex books are now 20% off each — and for you digital comics readers, the PDF eBooks are on sale, as well. Check out the EXTREME SAVINGS at the Multiplex Store today!
I feel like a prostitute every time I write copy like this. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
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- Come see me at ComfyCon 2014!
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- Shut Up Already T-shirt now available! Also, the books are on sale!
- Review: Coherence (2013)
- Multiplex Store shipping rates have been reduced!
- Trailer Watch: The Theory of Everything trailer
- Trailer Watch: Mad Max: Fury Road Comic-Con First Look trailer
- Trailer Watch: Gone Girl trailer #2
- Somerville Theatre Midnight Specials film series