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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Massive Sale Ends This Friday!

Everything has to end, right? Well, we have to put a cap on our sale and it will end this Friday, October 2nd. Thanks to everyone who helped us clean out our warehouses. It's always fascinating to see who is buying the books (most are international customers or from rural areas) and what they buy (lots of Underwaters!) I've picked out some of the "deals" to be had.

REMEMBER ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT!

Walt & Skeezix Books 1, 2, 3, Usually $90 USD, yours for $45 USD. Book 4 comes out in Spring 2010, get reading!

Acme Novelty Datebook Volumes 1 & 2Usually $80 USD, yours for $40 USD

Moomin The Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip Books 1, 2, 3, 4 Usually $80 USD, yours for $40 USD

The Collected Doug Wright Usually $40 USD, yours for $20 USD

King Cat Classics Usually $30 USD, yours for $18 USD

Against Pain Usually $25 USD, yours for $12.59 USD

Get a Life with Maybe Later Usually $37 USD, your for 18.45 USD

And don't forget the comics you can buy! Dirty Plotte, Optic Nerve, Underwater, Peepshow and more!

John P. Touring!


The Map of My Heart tour continues!!

Today John Porcellino signs at Hub Comics (19 Bow Street, Somerville, MA 02143, (617) 718-0987) starting at 7pm.

Forthcoming dates:

Friday, October 2, 2009; 6:30pm - White River Junction,VT
Center for Cartoon Studies
94 S. Main St. (802) 295-3319
www.cartoonstudies.org

Tues. Oct. 6, 2009; 7PM - Montreal QC
Librairie Drawn & Quarterly
211 Rue Bernard Ouest, Montreal, QC H2T 2K5
(514) 279-2221
www.drawnandquarterly.com/211bernard

Weds. Oct. 7, 2009; 7 PM - Toronto, ON
The Beguiling
601 Markham Street, Toronto, ON, M6G 2L7
(416) 533-9168
www.beguiling.com

Fri. Oct. 9, 2009; 7-9 PM - Ann Arbor MI
Vault of Midnight
219 S Main St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 998-1413
www.vaultofmidnight.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Sat. Oct. 10, 2009; Noon-2 PM - Dearborn MI
Green Brain
13210 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 582-9444
www.greenbrain.biz

Sat. Oct. 10, 2009; 7 PM - Cleveland OH
Visible Voice
1023 Kenilworth, Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 961-0084
www.visiblevoicebooks.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Mon. Oct. 12, 2009; 7PM - Columbus OH
Wholly Craft
3169 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43202
(614) 447-3445
www.whollycraft.net
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Tues. Oct. 13, 2009; 6-9 PM - Bloomington IN
Boxcar Books
408 E. 6th St. Bloomington, IN 47408
(812) 339-8710
www.boxcarbooks.org
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Weds. Oct. 14, 2009; 5-7 PM - St. Louis MO
Star Clipper
6392 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63130
Phone: 314.725.9110
www.starclipper.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Fri. Oct. 16, 2009; 7PM - Chicago IL
Quimby's
1854 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 342-0910
www.quimbys.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Tues. Oct. 20, 2009; 12:15 PM - Palatine IL
Harper College
Building I, Rm. 115
1200 W. Algonquin Rd, Palatine, IL 60067
(847) 925-6000 x2389
www.harpercollege.edu
Open to the Public!

Thurs. Oct 22, 2009; 7 PM - Madison WI
Rainbow Bookstore Cooperative
426 W. Gilman Street, Madison, WI 53703
(608)257-6050
www.rainbowbookstore.org
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Fri. Oct. 23, 2009; 7PM - Iowa City IA
White Rabbit
109 S Linn St., Iowa City, IA 52240-1803
(319) 358-9557
www.whiterabbitgallery.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Sat. Oct. 24, 2009; 5-7 PM - Minneapolis MN
Big Brain Comics (w/ Reception following at West Bank Social Club?)
1027 Washington Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 338-4390
www.bigbraincomics.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music), and Zak Sally

Fri. Oct. 30, 2009; 6-9 PM - Lawrence KS
Wonder Fair
803 Massachusetts St, Lawrence KS 66044
(406) 360-5875
www.wonderfair.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)
Tuesday, September 29, 2009

John P is on the road!


Celebrating 20 years of King-Cat, John Porcellino takes to the road on an extensive tour. He's already done a couple of dates including SPX (a show he hasn't been to in 10 years!!) John is one of the single most important cartoonists working today (there, I said it) both in influence and achievement so you should really take advantage of these rare opportunities to meet him. He is a surprisingly affable and jocular fellow given the somber tone of much of his work. Also, he is an expert on late 20th Century Middle American Rock Music (Soul Asylum, Husker Du, The Replacements!!)

Today John Porcellino signs at Desert Island (540 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, (718) 388-5087) from 7-9pm.

DI-proprietor Gabe "Babe" Fowler will also have special limited edition silk-screens on hand for sale.

Forthcoming dates:
Weds. Sept. 30, 2009; 7PM - Somerville, MA
Hub Comics
19 Bow Street, Somerville, MA 02143
(617) 718-0987
www.hubcomics.com

Friday, October 2, 2009; 6:30pm - White River Junction,VT
Center for Cartoon Studies
94 S. Main St. (802) 295-3319
www.cartoonstudies.org

Tues. Oct. 6, 2009; 7PM - Montreal QC
Librairie Drawn & Quarterly
211 Rue Bernard Ouest, Montreal, QC H2T 2K5
(514) 279-2221
www.drawnandquarterly.com/211bernard

Weds. Oct. 7, 2009; 7 PM - Toronto, ON
The Beguiling
601 Markham Street, Toronto, ON, M6G 2L7
(416) 533-9168
www.beguiling.com

Fri. Oct. 9, 2009; 7-9 PM - Ann Arbor MI
Vault of Midnight
219 S Main St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 998-1413
www.vaultofmidnight.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Sat. Oct. 10, 2009; Noon-2 PM - Dearborn MI
Green Brain
13210 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 582-9444
www.greenbrain.biz

Sat. Oct. 10, 2009; 7 PM - Cleveland OH
Visible Voice
1023 Kenilworth, Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 961-0084
www.visiblevoicebooks.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Mon. Oct. 12, 2009; 7PM - Columbus OH
Wholly Craft
3169 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43202
(614) 447-3445
www.whollycraft.net
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Tues. Oct. 13, 2009; 6-9 PM - Bloomington IN
Boxcar Books
408 E. 6th St. Bloomington, IN 47408
(812) 339-8710
www.boxcarbooks.org
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Weds. Oct. 14, 2009; 5-7 PM - St. Louis MO
Star Clipper
6392 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63130
Phone: 314.725.9110
www.starclipper.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Fri. Oct. 16, 2009; 7PM - Chicago IL
Quimby's
1854 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 342-0910
www.quimbys.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Tues. Oct. 20, 2009; 12:15 PM - Palatine IL
Harper College
Building I, Rm. 115
1200 W. Algonquin Rd, Palatine, IL 60067
(847) 925-6000 x2389
www.harpercollege.edu
Open to the Public!

Thurs. Oct 22, 2009; 7 PM - Madison WI
Rainbow Bookstore Cooperative
426 W. Gilman Street, Madison, WI 53703
(608)257-6050
www.rainbowbookstore.org
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Fri. Oct. 23, 2009; 7PM - Iowa City IA
White Rabbit
109 S Linn St., Iowa City, IA 52240-1803
(319) 358-9557
www.whiterabbitgallery.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)

Sat. Oct. 24, 2009; 5-7 PM - Minneapolis MN
Big Brain Comics (w/ Reception following at West Bank Social Club?)
1027 Washington Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 338-4390
www.bigbraincomics.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music), and Zak Sally

Fri. Oct. 30, 2009; 6-9 PM - Lawrence KS
Wonder Fair
803 Massachusetts St, Lawrence KS 66044
(406) 360-5875
www.wonderfair.com
w/ Patrick Porter (acoustic music)
Sunday, September 27, 2009

Today in Bethesda! Today in Toronto!

Jessica and Allison are in Bethesda right now, rubbing the sand out of their eyes and pushing the regrets out of their heads, and getting ready to person the D+Q tables to bring you a bunch of swell new titles (Talking Lines, Masterpiece Comics, Nancy, Map of My Heart, Aya: The Secrets Come Out) Of course there will be a bunch of signings and panels as well.

12:00-1:00 pm- R Sikoryak signing
1:00 pm-3:00 pm- John P signing
1:30 pm- Source Based Comic w/ R. Sikoryak, Kate Beaton, Paul Karasik, Ed Piskor
2:00pm-3:00 pm- Kevin Huizenga signing
3:00-5:00pm- R Sikoryak signing
4:30 pm- The Aesthetics of Mini-Comics w/ John Porcellino, Dan Zettwoch, Jason Miles, Dina Kelberman

And in Toronto, publisher Chris Oliveros will brave the grey skies and occasional drizzle to bring you Chester Brown and Brad Mackay signing and signing and signing. Bring your umbrella and plastic bags.
Saturday, September 26, 2009

Toronto! This Sunday!



SPX is not the only book fair that D&Q will be attending this weekend - if you're anywhere in or near Toronto, come by and visit us this Sunday (Sept 27th) at Word On The Street. The man with the intent stare above is none other than Chester Brown and he'll be signing copies of Louis Riel, along with his classics I Never Liked You, The Playboy, and The Little Man. Also on board will be editor and writer Brad Mackay, signing copies of The Collected Doug Wright. 11 through 6 pm, outdoors in Queen's Park.

Did someone say SPX?

Why yes, today and tomorrow (Saturday, Sept 26th and Sunday, Sept 27th), D+Q will be exhibiting at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda. On hand will be Publicity Coordinator Jessica Campbell and U.S. Envoy Alison Naturale. Kevin Huizenga, John Porcellino and R. Sikoryak will be signing books.


What will John Porcellino be signing you ask? Well just a brand spanking new collection of King-Cat titled Map of My Heart!


And did you know that it is the 20th anniversary of King-Cat? And as a special guest of SPX, the show asked John to do the badges...



Here is our signing and event schedule!
Saturday, September 26th
11:00 am- convention opens
11:30-1:00pm- John P signing
1:00 pm- R. Sikoryak spotlight in White Flint Amphitheater
2:00 pm- John Porcellino w/ Zak Sally, White Flint Amphitheater
2:00-4:30pm- R. Sikoryak signing
3:30-5:30pm- John Porcellino signing
5:00-6:00pm- Kevin Huizenga signing
7:00 pm- convention closes
9:00 pm- Ignatz awards

Sunday, September 27th
12:00 pm- Convention opens
12:00-1:00 pm- R Sikoryak signing
1:00 pm-3:00 pm- John P signing
1:30 pm- Source Based Comic w/ R. Sikoryak, Kate Beaton, Paul Karasik, Ed Piskor
2:00pm-3:00 pm- Kevin Huizenga signing
3:00-5:00pm- R Sikoryak signing
4:30 pm- The Aesthetics of Mini-Comics w/ John Porcellino, Dan Zettwoch, Jason Miles, Dina Kelberman
6:00 pm- Convention closes

For more information visit SPX
Thursday, September 24, 2009

Tonight At the Strand! R.O. Blechman and R. Sikoryak!

NYC is abuzz with excitement over R.O. Blechman and R. Sikoryak joint presentation of their new D+Q books at the Strand this Thursday night at 7 PM. Both R. and R.O. will be presenting slide shows, taking questions and signing the night away. Don't miss this event! The Voice recommends the event by the two "talented satirists" as does the New Yorker. AMNY called Sikoryak "king of the cartoon mash-ups."

Need more convincing than that? Well, Steven Heller chose Blechman's Talking Lines last week to talk about in his Daily Heller column at Print Magazine where he puts it all out in the open "All of [Blechman's] books are a joy, but the bottom line: This one is exceptional." And there are two interviews with Sikoryak, check them out! The NY Daily News and Publishers Weekly.

Oh, you have an idea for something? Sorry, Seth has already designed it...


It would seem that Seth has designed a parade float. A PARADE FLOAT!! There is now a 15 foot tall portly George Sprott/Wimbledon Green-esque man coming down the street. Celebrating drunkeness.
Friday, September 18, 2009

Voices Spill


Gabe from Desert Island just sent me this image of the new artist poster he'll have available when John P hits Brooklyn on September 29th. Gabe says it is printed on "ridiculously thick paper." Sweeeeet.

Map of My Heart is in the office and coming soon to SPX!!


Do I even need to hype this book? John Porcellino has been doing King-Cat Comics and Stories for twenty years now. Map of My Heart is his fourth book collection and some might argue that this is the nut of it all. Collecting issues 51-61, this book shows an artist fully in control of intent and content and I think it's fair to say that these are the comics that cemented John's reputation as a great comics auteur. This book will be shipping to your store very very soon. And John will be visiting your city very, very soon!



Picture This! super-early sneak

We've got like ten delivery guys a day coming into this place bringing us new art, sketchbooks, boxes of candy, gift cactuses, and boxes from Land's End. But back to the comics. a loyal follower tweeted that they would like to see some pages from the latest Lynda Barry book so here they are. Will they be in the final book? Who knows? We do know that Marlys shows up. MARLYS!!!







Thursday, September 17, 2009

TONIGHT! NYC!

There's a Hot Potatoe ovah hereya!!


Do I even have to do the hard sell on this book? A 272-page Marc Bell monograph with tons of full-color images of sculptures, water-colo(u)rs, drawings, doodles, writing, and COMIX!!






"When can I get this book?" you ask. SOON!!! SOON!!! {Mid-October.}

More Penguin Classics


The latest artist to cover a Penguin Classics is Michael Cho, who created this great cover for Delillo's White Noise. Michael explains the process here. We are doing a petit livre, Backalley Drawings, with Michael late next year.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Jason Lutes - Crosshatched

I had the lovely pleasure of meeting and hanging out with Brian Heater this past weekend in NYC, he tipped me to this interview with Jason Lutes running this week on Crosshatch. How did Jason get the idea for Berlin? Well read on to find out.

Daily Dose of Sikoryak

How awesome is R. Sikoryak? AWESOME!!!!! Publishers Weekly profiled him this week, and if you missed us this weekend in Brooklyn (tsk! tsk!)you can see him thursday with Nora Krug and Isabel Samaras at Parsons, and if you miss him thursday, there's always next week's launch at the Strand with R. Blechman.

thursday's info:
From Adaptation To Mutation: Contemporary Narrative Artists Remix
Popular Culture
September 17, 2009 7PM
66 W 12th St./Room 404

The gallant gentlemen of comics



Eagle-eyed comics scholar and friend of Drawn and Quarterly Jeet Heer has a lovely little piece on the Comics Comics blog in which he points out a curiously serendipitous connection between Drawn & Quarterly artist Seth and renowned 1960s kids' comics creator John Stanley. Of course, as any astute fan already knows, Seth is designing the John Stanley Library, an ongoing series of books published by Drawn & Quarterly collecting a selection of work from Stanley's heyday.



Speaking of the John Stanley Library, the newest volume hits shelves this week to much fanfare and anticipation! Nancy Volume 1 is the first in a series collecting Stanley's interpretation of the beloved Ernie Bushmiller character.

Eagle-Eyed Reader Report


Dan Clowes illustration in the New Yorker this week
Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Lynda Barry: wind turbine warrior



For the past couple of years, Lynda Barry has been a key figure in the movement to prevent massive wind turbines from being constructed so close to residential areas. This article provides a good overview of her efforts and it's illustrated with a new comic strip by her.
Monday, September 14, 2009

Look at this


Gabrielle Bell has a blog now here it is!
Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Aww Shucks.


Thanks Rocketship! See you at the party this Saturday!

R.O. Blechman's Talking Lines



R.O. Blechman has enjoyed an almost "Zelig" like career for much of the past 60 years and reading his bio makes you wonder how all of this could possibly have fit into one lifetime.

This is the short version:

His first book, The Juggler of Our Lady, was published in 1953 to widespread acclaim and it was later made into an animated film (with narration by Boris Karloff). When Harvey Kurtzman launched Humbug in 1957, Blechman was on board for every issue of the seminal magazine. Blechman's career then veered into advertising and he went on to create some of the most successful television commercials of the 1960s (including this one with a Gene Wilder voice-over).



When Buckminster Fuller's United States Pavilion opened at Expo 67, there was Blechman, with several large murals on display. Sesame Street launched in 1969 and changed children's entertainment forever - Blechman was on board for that too (of course), with a number of animated shorts. I recently came across old issues of National Lampoon from its heydey in the early 1970s and I was reminded again how funny they were - well, Blechman was in there too.



It should probably go without saying that he's had his share of New Yorker covers (14) and New York Times pieces (too many to count), but has any other artist had the distinction of illustrating every single cover of a magazine? I would wager that that singular achievement belongs to Blechman, whose artwork graced each cover of Story magazine from 1989 to 2000. Did I mention that throughout this time, Blechman was also operating his own animation studio, The Ink Tank? It was a successful company for nearly 30 years (he won an Emmy Award in 1984 for one of his films) and his work for The Ink Tank was honored with a retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art in 2003.



A single book couldn't possibly cover all of Blechman's achievements, so we chose to focus on only one important facet of his half-century career. Talking Lines collects his comics from his first Humbug pieces in 1957 to a New York Times Op-Ed piece from just a few months ago - it debuts this weekend at The Brooklyn Book Festival, where Mr. Blechman will be signing at the D+Q booth.

Did Someone Say Kids Photos (Or The faces of D+Q, 2030)


We had a great event at the store this past Saturday for the Indie Rock Colouring Book. Rocking out to the tunes of Murray Lightburn of the Dears were Elliot Lesenko-Oliveros (clad in a Center for Cartoon Studies shirt), Charles Lesenko-Oliveros (always rocking the spiderman) and Georgie Devlin. After the tunes, paper was rolled out on the stage and the kids started a colouring jam. More here.

Little Nipper..Does it get any cuter?!?!?

How cute is Sam Ollman reading his copy of the Collected Doug Wright?

By the look of this photo, you would think that the Collected Doug Wright is the size of Kramers!

The Onion Reviews Masterpiece Comics and Talking Lines!

The modern master of written satire weighs in on comics satire, a high compliment indeed. The AV Club states of Masterpiece Comics, "superbly crafted, sublimely conceptual strips that combine classic cartoons and superheroes with classic literature" and of Talking Lines "there are few cartoonists better at injecting the full range of human emotion into a cramped, unsteady line."

***NYC reminder***R.O. Blechman and R. Sikoryak will both be presenting slide shows to launch their books at the Strand on Thursday, September 24th at 7:00 PM.

RED SNOW (so you know.)

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

D+Q in Brooklyn this week!


Yes, the old Burns-Devlin clan will be taking a road trip down to Marty Markowitz-land to exhibit at the Brooklyn Book Fair on Sunday the 13th. Check out this line up of cartoonists signing on Sunday: Guy Delisle, R. Sikoryak, R.O. Blechman, Adrian Tomine, Gabrielle Bell, and Ron Rege Jr. Can't stop by our booth #69 on Sunday? Then have a drink with us Saturday night at Rocketship to celebrate this momentous gathering of D+Q artists and to toast our 20th. Also in attendance at the fete will be Miriam Katin and Marc Bell!

So to recap:

Saturday, September 12th, 7:00 PM
Rocketship Comics, 208 Smith St Carrol Gardens
Guy Delisle, R. Sikoryak, R.O. Blechman, Adrian Tomine, Gabrielle Bell, Ron Rege Jr., Miriam Katin and Marc Bell!

Sunday September 13th, 10:00 AM-6:00 PM
Brooklyn Borough Hall, booth 69
Guy Delisle, R. Sikoryak, R.O. Blechman, Adrian Tomine, Gabrielle Bell, Ron Rege Jr.,

PANELS:
11:00 AM Guy Delisle on the international stage with Matt Madden, Peter Kuper and Sarah Glidden.
SIGNINGS AT BOOTH 69:
11:00 AM-12:00 PM Gabrielle Bell & Ron Rege Jr signing
12:00-2:00 PM Adrian Tomine & Guy Delisle signing
2:00-4:00 PM R. Sikoryak & R.O. Blechman signing
4:00-6:00 PM Guy Delisle signing

We shall have the following new books Nancy and Talking Lines! And Masterpiece Comics, of course.
Friday, September 04, 2009

Blogged too soon!

Seems like the Globe and Mail is a fan of Masterpiece Comics too!

NERDS! (John Stanley edition.)


Look what came in the mail today!! I wasn't going to share this but when Peg saw how excited Chris, Rebecca, and I (the production side of the office) were she said, "you nerds need to share that with your peeps." {It's the cover to Thirteen Going on Eighteen #10 although it is marked #8. My assumption is that the joke was moved to better reflect the season of publication.}

Rock the Vote For Clowes' New Yorker Cover


Dan Clowes' New Yorker cover from the Spring Innovators issue is up for an award at Amazon's Best Covers of 2009 contest and guess what, you can vote for which one you like the most! Scroll down to see who Dan is up against in the Science, Nature and Technology category.

College Guide to Chicago Comics Shops

Here's a neat little article in the Chicago edition of the Onion AV Club, it's a guide to Chicago comic shops where curiously Quimbys is left out though they do include Chicago Comics, Comix Revolution, Graham Crackers and Third Coast, so enough of me complaining, especially when Comix Revolution displays their exquisite taste in comics by suggesting George Sprott to readers and that Third Coast has a Tuesday night knitting club!!! Between this and yesterday's post about Ware's Granta cover (and the president, natch), I am getting all misty eyed for Chicago and starting to think about bumping the chief aside and going to the Printers Row next June myself.

Holy Crap! Jason Lutes Comics In The New York Times!


The date says September 2nd, but it also states the article is in the Magazine, so I assume the hard copy will be out this Sunday. Whenever it is, you can see at least a DOZEN (!!!!!!) panels and strips online at the Times. Oh yes, I should mention that the article is about the economy, but really who will be reading the article when there are Jason Lutes comics on the same page?

NPR Raves About Masterpiece Comics


What follows two starred reviews and a shout out in Rolling Stone? A love letter from NPR, of course. Congrats to R. Sikoryak for this amazing review in the Books We Like column on NPR! Reviewer Glen Weldon sums up his review by stating "Masterpiece Comics is an impressively diverse collection of Sikoryak's clever, distinctive and ultimately illuminating work; it reads like the assigned textbook for the coolest Great Books survey course of all time." This review is a must read!

Miriam in Moominland!

Love it! Came to work today to find two emails from Miriam Katin saying she just got back from Finland and snapped a few Moomin photos over there, apparently the sight of Moomin greeted her all over Finland. Whatta sweetie! This reminds me of two things 1) that our new book THE BOOK ABOUT MOOMIN, MYMBLE AND LITTLE MY will be hitting shelves in mid-October (sneaky comics connection that Peter Blegvad did the lettering) and that Miriam will be at D+Q's 20th Anniversary party at Rocketship next week!






Thursday, September 03, 2009

Chris Ware Covers Granta


The Fall issue of Granta will be out On September 22nd and is devoted to Chicago! Very appropriately, the editors asked Chris Ware to do the cover.

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