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#749: Finally, Part One

October 22, 2012

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #741: Crack a Window; #742: She-Devils; #743: Love at First Sight; #744: Grudge Match; #745: Down Low, Too Slow; #746: I Should Kill Thee with Much Cherishing; #747: A Seed of Doubt; #748: He Who Hesitates Is Lost

You Monday/Thursday only folks might have missed #748, which posted late Friday afternoon, so make sure you're up to date.

This is it! The last arc in the movie arc — or the filming, at any rate. They'll still need to get through post-production and then screen the thing, obviously. I won't say how long this arc will run, but I said last week that it'd be over in about a month, so you do the math. (Subject to change.)

So yeah. See you… later this week — hopefully Thursday, but possibly Friday — for what will just-so-happen to be Multiplex #750.


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The Multiplex: The Revenge Kickstarter ends at 9PM Central!

Friday, July 31, 2015

Just like the headline says, the Multiplex: The Revenge Kickstarter project ends TODAY (Friday, July 31) at 9PM Central!

It has successfully passed the goal, so I do not need any additional funds to finish, print, and fulfill Book Three— but any additional funds raised will go toward the production and marketing of the book series: the creation of the bonus strips for Book Four (after Book Three is completed) or a second printing for Book One, for example.

While I will be setting up a BackerKit pre-order page to allow for “pre-order backers” (as BackerKit calls them) to order a selection of the physical rewards, many of the higher level Kickstarter rewards involve background appearances in the book and I need to lock down who those people are in order to get to work on the book. Therefore, those higher level reward packs are exclusively available to Kickstarter backers. Lock them down while you can!

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