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#888: It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday

February 17, 2014

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #21: Just Say “Nah”; #421: Back in Black

In case it wasn’t obvious to all of you, When Harry Met Sally was the movie Kurt and Jason picked for their “modern classics” film series, meaning this was set last week.

Franklin is getting a bit more of a farewell than this, I promise. (He’ll also be back a bit more often than most of the ex-Multiplexers have, I think.) See you Friday!


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Multiplex: Chapter 14 is now available!

Saturday, May 28, 2016

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Multiplex: Chapter 14 is now available! If you’re a Kickstarter or Patreon backer, you have already been notified about this, but for those of you who aren’t, you can get it from Gumroad superfast, or you can get it from the Multiplex Store. Either way supports the continued creation of Multiplex.

In Multiplex: Chapter 14, Jason reads a book while the Flickhead and Multiplex crews play more video games. This is some heavy shit here, broh! This volume collects strips #287–310 from the Multiplex archives, plus five bonus comics not found online!

I’ve probably mentioned this before, but I hope to continue making new Multiplex comics for these collections at about the same pace as the regular comic (two a week) over at Patreon, and then releasing the eBook collections with this material every 4–6 weeks or so. (And then funding a print collection through Kickstarter after all of the bonus material is finished — rather than funding the creation of that new material with the Kickstarter as I’ve done for the first three books.)

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