[Reading] ➶ Multiplex (Book 1) ➬ Gordon McAlpin – Diclofenac16.us

Multiplex (Book 1) The Cinema Loving And Customer Weary Staff Of The Local Movie Theater Star In Thispremiere Collection Of The Webcomic Multiplex, Which Features The Series First 102 Strips Showcasing A Unique Blend Of Comedy And Drama With Real World Film Commentary And Criticism, This Compilation Also Includes Than 30 Bonus Comics, Character Bios, And An All New, Exclusive 12 Page Prequel Story Set On The Opening Night Of Star Wars Episode III Revenge Of The Sith.

[Reading] ➶ Multiplex (Book 1)  ➬ Gordon McAlpin – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • Multiplex (Book 1)
  • Gordon McAlpin
  • English
  • 17 October 2017
  • 0984322205

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Multiplex (Book 1) ➬ Gordon McAlpin – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    I think this must have been my third or fourth read through of the material in Multiplex Enjoy Your Show but it was by far the best experience yet Something about holding a psychical object created a new excitement as I flipped page after page From the moment I saw the cover I was already blown away and how different McAlpin s drawings looked Maybe there s some tricks going on but the cover definitely felt like it had some depth to it that you would never get on a computer screen yet I m I think this must have been my third or fourth read through of the material in Multiplex Enjoy Your Show but it was by far the best experience yet Something about holding a psychical object created a new excitement as I flipped page after page From the moment I saw the cover I was already blown away and how different McAlpin s drawings looked Maybe there s some tricks going on but the cover definitely felt like it had some depth to it that you would never get on a computer screen yet I m looking at you 3D monitors Anyways, the new material was a very well done slice of life prequel that just makes you smile at characters you ve spent however many years getting to know or for those uninitiated, are just starting ...


  2. says:

    Awesome I ve been reading this strip online www.multiplexcomic.com since about 2006 You really get to see Gordon McAlpin s writing and art grow in the course of these strips The bonus material is fantastic and well worth the wait Plus, it was just nice to go back and revisit these old strips, but be able to hold them in my hands while I did it And just on a format note, I do wish this was available as a Hardcover That being said though, its is probably the best constructed Trade Paperbac Awesome I ve been reading this strip online www.multiplexcomic.com since about 2006 You really get to see Gordon McAlpin s writing and art gr...


  3. says:

    Rating 3.5 stars after some internal struggle My Thoughts Because I feel like I ve become friends or at least acquaintances with Gordon McAlpin through Twitter and through the crowd funding project that enabled him to bring Multiplex to print form, I had the urge to just paste a 5 star rating onto this But that wouldn t be an honest assessment of the book, and I m sure Gordon would rather have an honest review than a kiss ass flattering one.So why 3.5 Because I ve grown so accustomed to w Rating 3.5 stars after some internal struggle My Thoughts Because I feel like I ve become friends or at least acquaintances with Gordon McAlpin through Twitter and through the crowd funding project that enabled him to bring Multiplex to print form, I had the urge to just paste a 5 star rating onto this But that wouldn t be an honest assessment of the book, and I m sure Gordon would rather have an honest review than a kiss ass flattering one.So why 3.5 Because I ve grown so accustomed to where McAlpin s webcomic is c...


  4. says:

    I ve tried to think about just what it is that I enjoy so much when it comes to Multiplex and I m not sure I can pick out just one thing Yes, the whole interplay between Kurt and Jason reminds me a lot of the kind of interplay I used to do with my friends back in the day when talking and often dissing movies was very much a part of our weekly life But that s just what first drew me to the original web comics Once I spent a bittime reading throughandof the strips, it became I ve tried to think about just what it is that I enjoy so much when it comes to Multiplex and I m not sure I can pick out just one thing Yes, the whole interplay between Kurt and Jason reminds me a lot of the kind of interplay I used to do with my friends back in the day when talking and often dissing movies was very much a part of our weekly life But that s just what first drew me to the original web comics Once I spent a bittime reading throughandof the strips, it be...


  5. says:

    While searching for movie webcomics to read, I stumbled upon this little gem I read a few strips and they made me laugh so I decided to buy this book And I m glad I did.What makes Multiplex so enjoyable for me is that I love movies, I like comics, I ve had all sorts of crazy co workers, and I ve had shitty jobs where I ve had to deal with stupid customers It s a great combination of it all.I ve n...


  6. says:

    I absolutely LOVED this I started reading Multiplex online when a co worker recommended it and I instantly fell in love You see we work at a movie theatre and most of these are eerily accurate either to the hi jinks that happen behind the scenes or to the many interesting guests that we encounter daily.The moment I learned that I could own these in a physical copy I jumped on the chance I was lucky enough to get a signed copy with a personal illustration of one...


  7. says:

    Didn t make laugh as much as Ctrl Alt Del, but anyone who works with the general population can sympathize These younguns working in the theaters are geeky, cute, and pathetic enough to make me wantYou can also tell in this first book how McAlpin is slowly growing in confidence and style.


  8. says:

    I Stumbled upon Multiplex a couple of years ago and it pulled me in The book is a fantastic compilation of Gordon McAlpin s work, with an exciting new story at the beginning, as well as comments along w...


  9. says:

    The characters make this strip work.


  10. says:

    very lame. in a good way Seriously

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