Unshelved comic strip for 1/3/2006

BBMM IV [Update: CANCELLED]

Every year I celebrate my birthday by spending an entire day doing something I love: watching movies in a theatre. I usually go to downtown Seattle where there are three theatres (consisting of approximately 117 screens) within walking distance of one another. Depending on the lengths and times of the movies I want to see I can fit in either four or five. I start at the first show (usually around 11am) and go until midnight. And you're invited.

Bill's Birthday Movie Marathon IV: Thirteen Hours, Five Movies, One sore butt. Coming September 14th

More information Soon.

Update: CANCELLED! That's right, my physical therapist put the ixnay on BMMIVBay due to the effects of sitting on my injured back. I am trying to decide betwen an at-home DVD version and simply delaying things until my back is better. Sigh.

What Would Dewey Do?

The second printing of What Would Dewey Do? arrived today and is already at our distributor. It looks great. The colors on the cover of the first printing always bugged me - I'm glad we got a chance to do it right! I also got to fix a couple of small errors and add a picture to Nancy Pearl's very nice introduction. Now I hope people buy them because we have about fifty boxes in my garage.

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