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#877: The Last Projectionist, Part One

January 13, 2014

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #838: Ready for Anything; #876: Cold Snap

And chapter 34 begins! See? I didn’t keep you in suspense long. Although I guess this ends on a question mark, too. Hm. Anyway, I’d like to get three updates out this week, but don’t quote me on that.

Incidentally, this strip is named after the documentary of the same name.

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Multiplex 10: Good Talk

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Angie, like Franklin, is another significant character from Multiplex who only gets a brief cameo in the pilot episode. So here she is in a Multiplex 10 comic strip.

At nearly $13,250 (as I write this), we’re allllllmost at 90% funding with EIGHT DAYS to go. We need your support to make this pilot happen — and to help distribute it so that we can make more than just one episode! Check out the Multiplex 10 Kickstarter project page today! (Please.)

Also, in case you missed it, there were a couple of new… uh, I’m not sure how to refer to them. “Promo comics,” I guess? The Multiplex 10 versions of Melissa & Becky and Franklin introduce themselves and talk about the animated short and one of the Kickstarter milestones, like the Kurt & Jason one I posted here a while ago. I posted those around the social medias and the separate, Multiplex 10-specific site, which some of you may not know about.

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