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#598: See You Soon

June 13, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #591: Blood Thirst; #592: It’s All Fun and Games…; #593: Accidents Will Happen; #594: Grown Ups

Yes, I reached into the depths of my lameness and named this strip after a Coldplay song.

Let's give a round of applause to Angie Booth, the winner of a random drawing among Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show Kickstarter backers. She won the dubious honor of "a job at the Multiplex 10 Cinemas," and while I wasn't originally sure what I was going to do with "Angie 2" when she first appeared, as she came to be known, was always meant as a temporary character.

I actually considered killing her off suddenly almost immediately after introducing her, but I decided that might be a little weird, even for Multiplex. So, she stuck around longer than I planned, and was more popular than I expected, but hey, what are you gonna do?

Thanks for being a sport, Angie. Stand up a wave, please!

Oh, and a slew of new T-shirt designs went up in the Multiplex Store last week, so check 'em out!


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