[Voice from inside house] â€œSo how did your trick-or-treating go?â€
[Two girls are sorting their Halloween candy – a blonde girl in a grim reaper costume and a black-haired girl in a skeleton costume.]
Blonde girl: â€œGood â€“ but look what that creepy house gave me.â€
Black-haired girl: â€œA pickle?! Thatâ€™s weird.â€
Blonde girl: â€œYeah. I guess Iâ€™ll put it in the fridge for nowâ€¦â€
Laterâ€¦at midnightâ€¦[sleepy blonde girl, in her pajamas, opens the fridge – then looks wide-eyed in amazement. A pickle with arms, legs, and a face has been using its fangs to drain the ketchup bottle.]
Blond girl: “WHA-?! V- V- V- V-“
Get copies of â€œMidnight Snackâ€ formatted as a minicomic to give to trick-or-treaters, Halloween party-goers, goblins, etc.!
- Buy packs of â€œMidnight Snackâ€ & my other Halloween comics.
- Right-click & downloadÂ the PDF of “Midnight Snack” to print. All I ask if you download is that you email or leave a comment to let me know you downloaded it and how many you plan to print & where (for example, â€œ30 copies for trick-or-treaters in Putney, VTâ€).
Assembling the comic is pretty easy! Print the PDF double-sided at 100% (no scaling; donâ€™t let the program â€œadjust to printer marginsâ€ or anything like that). Each copy of the file produces 4 copies of the comic; when you cut them apart, the pages will be in the right order for you to staple & fold. If using scissors instead of a papercutter, you may want to cut after folding. Staple in the center & fold. If youâ€™re using a standard stapler, you may want to fold the comic before stapling or use a ruler to help find the center (at 2 3/4â€³). If using a long stapler, the measurement marks probably donâ€™t go down to 2 3/4â€³, so line up a ruler with the one on the stapler to get the added measurement.
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