If you want to experience first hand the toil cartoonists went to to create repetitive dot patterns back in the stone age before computers took over, I’ve got some rare, collectible Zip-A-Tone that can be yours if you want it… much of it is cut up already, but you could get a lot of milage out of it still if you’re computer impaired or sufficiently insane and have a love for dots. The first Minneapolis conspirator who contacts me about it can have it.

Also, I’ve got a couple big stacks of adhesive plastic that is made for libraries to cover books (I had a library job for a while and I saved the scraps). None of these are big enough to cover a conventional book, but they are perfect for mini-comics. I was planning on doing a mini-comic where all of the comics would be covered in this stuff (which would basically make them “hard-covers.” I’m never going to get around to this, so you could instead! There is enough to cover over 100 micro-comics easy (as in 1/16 of a 8.5×11 sheet of paper size). Let me know if you want it… again, first come first served, and you gotta be in Minneapolis, because I don’t want to ship it.

Just use the contact form on the site or reply to one of the conspiracy emails if you don’t have my email address.

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