Marten really needs to learn some kung fu or something if he ever wants to defend himself against Faye's aggressive tendencies. I think part of him (okay, all of him) kinda likes the attention, though.

Super-special thankyous to John A of Scary Go Round for the linkage on Friday. It is really cool to know that one of my webcomic heroes thinks what I do is a "solid proposition". If you're one of the (many!) people coming here via SGR, thanks for stopping by. I hope you will decide to stick around, like many fine Wigu folks seem to be doing.

The first batch of "Tip me or I will kill again" t-shirts is being printed as we speak. I went with Brunetto after seeing the wonderful work they've done with other webcomics' merchandise. As soon as I have the finished shirts in my paws there will be gleeful pictures before they are mailed out to the good folk who ordered them. Thanks for your patience, pre-order kids.

My plan is to come up with a new shirt design after this first batch has been printed. I am entertaining a couple different ideas at the moment, please feel free to email me with what you would like to see on some quality apparel.

Today I pulled out You'd Prefer An Astronaut, widely regarded as Hum's best record, out and listened to it for the first time in a few months. It was interesting to come back to one of my favorite records after such a long listening hiatus- I was immediately reminded of what made me love it so much in the first place. I'm thankful to this day that I got to see Hum play live before they broke up- it was by far the loudest show I have ever been to. Hum makes Mogwai sound like The American Analog Set by comparison. While it is not a requirement that QC readers be fans of Hum, I reserve a special little place in my heart for those of you who know when I am talking about when I explain why I like the robins. Heheh.

That is all for now, I am going to watch some Adult Swim. Have a pleasant Martin Luther King Day (for you Amerikaners, anyway), and I will see you on Wednesday!

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