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#79: She Was My Soulmate

August 7, 2006

Notes from the Manager

Short one this time. I was scrambling to get things ready for Wizard World Chicago. I'll let you know how it went soon. There will be another update later this week, as well, most likely on Thursday.

Check it out: Tom Brazelton drew me into Theater Hopper. (I'm the good-looking one in the last panel.) It’s "based on a true story," too, because Tom, newlywed Joe Dunn, Mitch Clem, Zach Miller, Irv Fabor, Phillip Chan, Kevin Gleason, and some other very cool webcartoonists hopped it up at a theater and, in fact, watched Talladega Nights (which was pretty brilliant — in spots).


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