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#388: Paradigm Shift

August 24, 2009

Notes from the Manager

In case you haven't seen it yet, here is the trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds (yes, it's supposed to be spelled that way).

If you haven't been around since Thursday or didn't read the Notes from the Manager last week, you missed an update on Friday. You also missed the grand opening of the brand-spankin' new Multiplex Store, featuring two kick-ass T-shirt designs and the slightly updated, lower-priced downloadable version of the Multiplex: Chapter 1 ebook. (Yes, #2 is still coming!)

Buy stuff now and support your favorite movie theater-themed comic that's actually updated in the past four years! :)

(As I mentioned last week, if you have already purchased a copy of the earlier HD edition of the Multiplex eBook, drop me a line and I'll give you coupon codes for a free upgrade to the new edition, as well as a small discount any anything else in the store.)

All purchases come with a free (random-ish) 1" button and my eternal gratitude.

If you own a shop of some sort and would like to sell them, bulk discounts can be arranged, as well!

And if you don't see anything you like, drop me a line and tell me what you would like to see in the Multiplex Store!


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James Marsh (Man on Wire) directs Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones in the November 7th release.

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