Thor has a big hammer, right? Breaking a giant pane of glass shouldn't be a problem for the God of Thunder.

We'll see.

I don't know why, but I'm still amused by people in cardboard costumes having a casual conversation while a roaring blaze nearly engulfs them. It's basically the height of hubris. The "we've got this" attitude Tom is wearing right now... I dunno. I'm just really enjoying it.

I'm going to try and get another comic done this week, but I've been lousy about holding up my promises so far. So let's just say if I get it done, everyone will be pleasantly surprised.

SIDEBAR: I received an e-mail from Amazon last week notifying me that they were closing my vendor account due to "inactivity."

My vendor account is what I used to put my books up for sale through Amazon. Right now I have two copies of Theater Hopper: Year One and Theater Hopper: Year Two in their warehouses.

In their e-mail, they said I could either request to have my books sent back to me (at my expense) or they would destroy them. They were really black and white about it and it kind of bummed me out.

I was flirting with the idea of having them be destroyed. Mostly because I'm cheap and I didn't want to pay the shipping. But also because it kind of felt like a failure to send your books to Amazon and for them to say "Yeah, we don't want these anymore."

Of course, in the end, I opted to have my books sent back to me. I don't know what the cost will be yet, but it's the right thing to do. I'm not big on destroying books - especially books I put my heart and soul into.

Selling my books on Amazon was never really a moneymaker for me, anyway. It was more a point of pride - a way for me to look at the accomplishment of self-publishing and saying "See?! SEE?! It's in a store."

Okay, yeah. An online store. But still a store.

It doesn't matter. I always sold more books through my store and at conventions anyway.

Anyway, long story short... we all know the comic is ending soon and I'm still sitting on, like... A LOT of inventory.

I have mostly odds and ends when it comes to the shirts, but I'd like to get rid of everything, if I can. I have many more books to get rid of, though. And, frankly, they take up way more space.

I don't have inventory numbers right now on the books. I'm hoping to count them out sometime this weekend. I can say that of the three books, I probably have less than 100 of Theater Hopper: Year One. Maybe less than 75. If you want one, now's the time to get it.

Don't forget that I'm offering a BUY TWO, GET ONE FREE promotion. That applies to books, shirts and books and shirts together. Buy a Spoiler shirt, Theater Hopper: Year One and get a third item of your choice absolutely free!

Get your holiday shopping done early this year. You'll be helping out a struggling artist and you'll look very sharp and ahead of the game at the same time.

I'll leave it at that for now. Just wanted to remind you guys that this merch was out there.

Again, thanks for your support and I'll follow up with you soon!

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HEY!

While you two are complimenting each other's SHOES, there's still the small matter of escaping A BURNING BUILDING.

What do you think, "Thunder God?"

Think you can get us out of here?

Care to make it rain?