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Unshelved strip for 2/13/2006

Guest Week

This week we invited some of our best cartooning buddies to give us their take on Unshelved. They're all very different, and all very funny. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do - check our their websites for more of their comic magic:

Monday - Michael Jantze from The Norm
Tuesday - Scott Alan from Oh Brother!
Wednesday - Alida Saxon
Thursday - Scott and Georgia Ball from Scooter and Ferret
Friday - Mark Monlux from Comic Critic
Saturday - Dave Kellett from Sheldon

We return to our regularly scheduled Unshelved on Sunday.

Trapped

Apparently our daily email hasn't gone our since Friday. Looks like they're trapped in our outgoing mail server. I've asked to have it rebooted, and all should be well shortly.

Update: That did it. Sorry if your mail was delayed and/or arrived out of order.

More delays

I am sorry that the strip continues to be on an erratic schedule. The culprit remains my back. Yesterday I couldn't get out of bed all day. This morning I'll try to get the Book Club strip out, and then we've got guest strips all week.

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Cath’s boyfriend dumped her, her twin is distant, and she just got her first F. Online she’s famous for her fanfic.

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