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#841: RoboCopy

September 6, 2013

Notes from the Manager

Chunks of this strip’s dialogue were shamelessly stolen from a conversation I had with Tom Brazelton (Theater Hopper) and Brandon J. Carr earlier today on Twitter.

Obviously, it was about the RoboCop remake, the trailer for which is… right here:

One week of grad school down, 13-ish to go (this semester). If any of my drawing students, fellow grad students, or professors just read this strip after looking up Multiplex because I mentioned it in class, I just want to say, I’m sorry.

UPDATE: I hadn’t planned on doing this, but since a couple of people have asked for Jason’s “Movie Logo” T-shirt to become a real thing, so I’ve added it to the Multiplex Store. At this point, it’s just 1’s and 0’s on a computer, so the rest is up to you! Make it real by buying one today!


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Thursday, February 4, 2016

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Today, I said goodbye to my best friend and my uncredited assistant since Multiplex began. As you may know from previous posts here, he has had some health issues for a while, and… well, the short version is, a new infection (compounded by his other issues) raised the question of the quality of his life. We had a good eighteen years.

Good night, sweet boy. I’ll miss you.

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