Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: It's a Cin Edition
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"I am pained and embarassed to admit that I missed your new book Kickstarter! Is there any way to still become a backer now, or am I out of luck?" -Chris
Good news, Chris (and others who share his predicament and sentiment)! We've opened a new pre-order store for folks who want to become "slacker backers", as Double Fine famously (and affectionately) coined them. You can order your copy of Volume 5, or the new Hardcover Omnibus Collection of 1-5, and we'll send 'em out when we send out all our backer rewards later this spring!
In the pre-order store, you'll also find most of the other rewards and add-ons that were available during the campaign, including Artist Edition copies, bonus packs of postcards and pins, all our previous books, and other fun stuff. You can also claim one of our two remaining unclaimed pin-upy commissions. Woo!
"I'm curious, is the reason you left the eyebrows off of every Mr. Sin design since the SIN records days because you had this twist planned? As in, you wanted an easy visual indicator of when Sin became unit 01? If so, that's some serious dedication to planning!" -James
Haha, not exactly! Mr. Sin has different facial hair for every one of his incarnations. Whenever a particular surface business venture becomes too tainted with customer disatisfaction, legal action, or criminal charges, Sin re-invents himself as one of his own identical twin brothers, chaing his hair and granting himself a new first initial. R. Sin -- the iteration with the big eyebrows -- was the identity he was rocking during the Sin Records era, which is the same time period in which he collaborated with Theo Designer. So that's why Mr. Cin has the same look!
"Does this mean that 'Megalopolis 01' could/should instead be called 'Cin City?'" -Liz
Why didn't I think of this?!?
That's a wrap for this week, team. See you on Monday!