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The first print collection of Irregular Webcomic!, with the first 500 Fantasy theme strips. Elves, swords, wizardry, dragons, puns!
The first print collection of Irregular Webcomic!, with the first 500 Fantasy theme strips. Elves, swords, wizardry, dragons, puns!
The first print collection of Irregular Webcomic!, with the first 500 Fantasy theme strips. Elves, swords, wizardry, dragons, puns!
509 backers pledged AU$ 23,935 to help bring this project to life.

All books now mailed

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I've just paid what I expect is the final invoice from Make That Thing for shipping and handling of the books, which I believe means that they have finished shipping all of the backer rewards! If you don't have yours yet, keep a lookout over the next few days, and contact me if you start to suspect that somehow you've been missed.

I've heard from many of you who have received your book and are happy with it. I hope that applies to everyone who pledged for a copy. Thank you all for your support! It's been a slightly hectic but fun campaign, and I hope to bring out another book, possible early in 2017.

Jirka Poropudas, Erik Pulido, and 6 more people like this update.

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    1. David Morgan-Mar 2-time creator on April 19, 2017

      Chris: you should definitely have received it by now. I'll contact Make That Thing and make sure you haven't slipped through the cracks. Sorry about that!

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      Chris Hopkins on April 18, 2017

      Hi, after seeing our mention in the comic, I noticed that I still hadn't received the actual book. I guess that international shipping shouldn't be this slow?

    3. "Wystan" - Bill C.
      Superbacker
      on September 8, 2016

      Got mine and am very pleased...

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      Graham Robinson
      Superbacker
      on September 8, 2016

      Yep, my copy safely arrived last week, and I am indeed happy. The postcards have been added to the pile of bookmarks. I can never have too many bookmarks!

      Cheers,
      Graham