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Guest strip by Paul Briske (Noah Conners Lives!)

August 2, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Thanks to Paul Briske, who does Noah Conners Lives!, for the fantastical glimpse into Kurt Bollinger's family life. (No, this isn't canon. But Kurt's dad's name is Ralph! So you've learned one canon fact today. Huzzah!)

Today, August 1st, all of my belongings are in boxes. Tomorrow, I will offiicially be a resident of the fine state of Minnesota — specifically Minneapolis — and on Wednesday, I'll finally be able to start working on Multiplex again… I think… in-between all the un-packing my girlfriend and I have to do… once our things arrive in a few more days.

(I made sure to pack up the car with the bare minimum of computer equipment needed to work on Multiplex, because I love you.)

Once again: there will be five updates this week (three of them guest strips, mind you). I ain't telling which day my second strip will go up, 'cause it's not drawn yet — so you'll just have to come back each and every day this week.


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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

I announced a set of Milestone Goals yesterday, for new Multiplex Movie Review comics with Jason taking on a selection of Michael Bay’s greatest hits. We met the first one, and so here it is!

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The next Milestone Goal is for reaching $22,000 before MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (Wednesday, July 29) — and right now, we’re a mere $359 324 309 away from that! It is for two review strips: one for Bad Boys and another for Bad Boys II. I didn’t realize you can’t rent/stream Bad Boys II anywhere, so I’ll have to figure out where to see that later — assuming we make the goal — but if we do, I’ll post the review comic for Bad Boys tomorrow!

(I’m not sure there would be enough hours in the day to do both of them and Friday’s comic, anyway.)

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