Whoah, lotta new people

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That dog comic certainly got around, didn’t it?

Welcome to Three Panel Soul, if you’re new. Here’s some things to know.

The comic updates weekly, usually on Mondays but sometimes later. You can subscribe to the RSS feed or follow the Twitter account or just check in whenever, up to you.

I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention we’ve got a store. Also, you can get a print of any comic by clicking the red button on the bottom left of the comic. It’ll autofill with the comic number and you can just click through.


Book 2 is here!

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As you can see from the pretty banner above, book 2 is now on sale. We’ve been working on this for a while now so we’re super-pumped to see it come out. There’s 100 comics, all with full commentary.

Also, if you missed out on the first book, you can get both of them in a combo pack.


Mac Hall Volume Whatever on Gumroad

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The old Mac Hall book has been out of print for a long time, and the only way to get it was paying ridiculous prices on the secondary market.

We just put it up for sale on Gumroad as a PDF.

For something that’s ten(!) years old, it holds up pretty well. There’s a ton of commentary and a bunch of bonus art features from Ian. If nostalgia is your thing, give it a look.


On Burning Your Heart

I drew this up on Friday as a silly gift to a friend of the site, George. It’s probably one of the silliest things I’ve drawn in a while, but everyone seemed to enjoy it and it’s technically pretty good looking, so I decided to share it with you guys this week. It’s a tough one though.

If you haven’t seen the BBC Sherlock series, this comic really doesn’t mean anything to you. If you have seen it, then this comic is just dumb. Not really a win win scenario, but I stand by my earlier decision. Regardless, I hope you like it. It’s at least pretty.


Jo Shirts!

Jo shirts:

Jo shirts

Also available in hoodie flavor.

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However, you don’t have long before Christmas! Check out the Topatoco holiday shipping calander.


New shiiirts

Life is okay, for when life is pretty okay, considering the alternatives.

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A shirt based on the comic On Infinite Loops

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