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#659: Calling the Shots, Part Two

January 16, 2012

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #652: Mortal Combat, Part Five; #655: Art Imitating Life; #658: Calling the Shots, Part One

Running even later than I was on Thursday, so until I can get the hand-drawn panels for this page inked and toned, you'll just have to stare at my pencils (plus a little shading that I threw in for toning reference).

The good news is, my graduate school portfolio and application are now turned in, and I only have Multiplex and way too much freelance work to concentrate on now. Cross your fingers for me, I guess?

Once again, we have Matt in the hand-drawn panels (3 & 4, anyway). Still just a background character…

See you Thursday!

UPDATE (1/18): Well, I was supposed to be blacked out. But I messed something up with the code. Because I'm dumb. Anyway. Go here to learn more about SOPA and PIPA and/or write your Congressmen. Please.


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