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Comic 2070 - Ep. 28, Page 20

29th Jan 2016, 8:38 PM in Episode 28 :: Save My Place | Load My Place
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smbhax 29th Jan 2016, 8:38 PM edit delete
Readers sending me a buck or two a month (and sometimes more : o) automatically through the A* Patreon campaign are providing the most help in keeping A* going! And I could use more! ^_^ So check it out if you haven't already (it just got a fancy new format—and you can even see my (almost) smilin' face there : oo); you can even get nifty rewards sent straight from me to you **each and every month**, like e-books, sketches, and even paintings! Here's a sketch I sent to a reader a few months back as their reward for that month of supporting the comic through Patreon:


Thanks everyone for helping keep A* going!!


Using some colorful and creative spectrographic analysis, NASA just found much more water ice on Pluto than anyone had thought was there—a lot of it was hidden from previous studies by methane ice. There are other ices on the surface there too, including nitrogen and carbon monoxide, frozen solid in the frigid temperatures that far away from the Sun!


I mentioned maybe before the holidays that it was coming, and I think next week—Monday, if I can remember : p—I'll start starting the daily eBay auctions for the original watercolor painting behind the day's A* page at a whopping $12.99, up from the current $9.99. Blame inflation in the prices of art supplies! : P But if you shop around I think you'll find it's still a pretty darn good price for a watercolor painting. : ) So anyway the five (or actually six, at least for the next few hours) auctions currently in my eBay listings are your last chance to get one for the old price—cash in while you can! : D


cattservant 30th Jan 2016, 5:39 AM edit delete reply
moizmad 30th Jan 2016, 11:24 AM edit delete reply
Suddenly a huge mist rolled in!