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#964: The Lady Vanishes

October 31, 2014

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #962: Mercury Rising; #963: Salt

Hey, an on-time Friday strip!

So everything James Hines says here is generally true of the movie theater industry (in the US) over the last twenty-five years or so. People interested in reading more about this (I know one or two of you exist) might check out Screen Traffic by Charles Acland. The book and its statistics stop around 2003, but statistics on the industry are published by the National Association of Theater Owners (the other NATO) every year, as well.

Minnesotans: Don’t forget that I am at MetaCon all this weekend (October 31–November 2). Drop by an see me!


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Production on Book Three is winding down

Thursday, January 12, 2017

I thought I’d share this one publicly, rather than just to the Kickstarter and Patreon folks. It’ll be used as the “chapter illustration” for the back matter — which means that it will be directly opposite the last page of the comics in Book Three.

Anyway. I just have a couple of illustrations (the cover and the cover/chapter illustration for Chapter 15) before production is officially wrapped — which means I’ll be moving on to proofreading, pre-press, and  other boring stuff next! BUT there will be movie review comics and things like that going up at Kickstarter and Patreon during that time.

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