Midwest Book Review: Curse Of The Masking Tape Mummy

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The Curse of the Masking-Tape Mummy
Scott Meyer
Don’t Eat Any Bugs Production
PO Box 291, Tehachapi, CA 93581
9780980231496, $14.95, basicinstructions.net

Trying to be knowledgeable in today’s world is always asking for trouble. “The Curse of the Masking-Tape Mummy” is a collection of comics from Scott Meyer’s ‘Basic Instructions’ webcomic, presenting his daily struggle in his workplace and trying to get by in a world where the idiocy of everyone round him would make anyone consider a new career. “The Curse of the Masking-Tape Mummy” is a fine collection of comics, sure to please anyone who has experienced workplace stupidity firsthand – i.e. everyone.

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