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#344: For Pity’s Sake

April 2, 2009

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #19: He’s Just Persistent; #113: Happy New Year?

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In case you haven't been around since Monday…

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We have a bit of a contest — a Multiplex/Night Projectionist Give-away! Those of you who have been paying attention noticed the copy of The Night Projectionst #1 in the last few strips, and writer Robert Heske has been kind enough to sign three copies for me to give to three lucky winners. (You'll also get a free copy of the Multiplex eBook: HD Edition #1 not signed by anybody because it's a computer file, but that's really old, so whatever.)

I couldn't just give it away to three random people, though — no. Drawing inspiration from Monday's Multiplex strip, I want you to go to the Multiplex Forum (sign up if you have to) and share the story of your Creepiest Date Ever. You can use the term "creepy" loosely, if you want — just make it an interesting story. The three best stories BEFORE MONDAY (4/6) will get copies of the comic(s). See additional rules in the forum post. The winner will be announced next Thursday; I'll need to read them all and give the forum-goers some time to influence my opinion.


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