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Back From Alaska, ‘Dja Miss Me?

I’m knee-deep in laundry and photo review and getting caught up on webcomics, so things will resume properly on Monday, y’all. I have lots to share with you, and probably even more than will never be known except to those that were there. Don’t make it a weird thing, it’s just that some things only existed — and only should exist — in that time and at that place.

In the meantime, this will be the final reminder that you (yes, you!) can win a FREE copy of Los Angeles resident Dave Kellett’s DRIVE: Act One. You have until the end of 30 April wherever you are to send an email with the subject GIMME BOOK to me (that would be gary) who has an account at the name of this here website, which is a dot-com.

By my count, there are presently but twelve entries in the pool¹, which means you’ve got a better chance of getting this book than you do of rolling a critical failure on a d20. Let’s get on this, shall we?

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Oh, you fuckers. You are ruining my post-Comics Camp high.

¹ Technically, eleven — one sent an email with an incorrect subject line, but I’ma let it slide.

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