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"SCIENCE: Ruining Everything Since 1543" is a collection of new & old SMBC comics all about science and scientists.
"SCIENCE: Ruining Everything Since 1543" is a collection of new & old SMBC comics all about science and scientists.
8,016 backers pledged $341,667 to help bring this project to life.

160k Reached and Possibility for Hardcover!

TO SPACE WE GO!

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    1. David Kemp on

      Damned iPhone. I was going to say that (Richard's explanation) doesn't explain the path that was drawn. Presumably it leaves Earth to go to Saturn, but then returns to Earth; which should appear as a loop. Instead the Earth is drawn separately, which begs the question "what planet was that village on?"

    2. David Kemp on

      @Richard- sure, but that d

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      Richard on

      @David Kemp They have to refuel to slingshot around jupiter to get to the death star.

    4. Daniel Hoge on

      The Death Star no longer destroys planets... but captures and takes them for walks.

    5. David Kemp on

      It appears at 200k we just return back to Earth. Shouldn't it be a loop?

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      Wymar on

      Does this mean some backwater huts in a forest have a space program?

    7. Zachary Weiner 7-time creator on

      At 250 we'll add additional levels (basically so you can up your payment a little to get the hardcover, from a couple different levels).

      I'd love to offer them as a straight up bonus, but hardcovers are a bit pricey to print and ship.

    8. Grimoire on

      If it hits 250k, that means about 10k books are being sold. That's a lot of stamps to lick.

    9. Cirunz on

      I can't help myself: "was there"

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      Geoffrey Peart on

      So if we hit 250k is that a hardcover for backers who have a dead tree copy ($20+) or will it be added at a non-minimum tier?

    11. Ryan Knapper on

      I have participated in this discussion.

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      shani natav on

      @Michael, do you really want Uranus stretched goal?

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      Darby Bryan-Dye on

      I think the real question is; what horrible catastrophe threw those planets out of alignment!?

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      S Elliott on

      Hardcovers. Ohh yeah.

    16. Michael Ensly on

      Where's the Uranus stretch goal?