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#481: Splice of Life, Part Four

June 16, 2010

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #414: A Long Time Coming, Part Three; #456: The Best Laid Plans, Part Three; #475: Average White Band, Part Three

There will be three updates this week — and, like I did on Monday, you can read Friday's comic early by voting at TopWebComics. So vote! Please!

By the way, if you're going to see Toy Story 3 this weekend, you can pre-order tickets via Fandango without a service fee when you use a Visa card to buy your tickets.. (Disclosure: I am a Fandango affiliate, and I will make a whopping 10¢ from each ticket you purchase via this link, or the one in the right sidebar on the homepage.)

I saw Toy Story 3 at an advanced screening on Monday night, and it was fantastic — a really fun adventure that beautifully ends(?) the series. The use of 3D is really good, but subtle enough that I don't think you'll be missing much if you forego the surcharge. And the short before it, "Night and Day," is one of Pixar's best.

I still think How to Train Your Dragon will get the Best Animated Feature Oscar this year, though. ;)


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