Drawing on a press release Anschultz sent that describes the show as "a preview of works in progress," Jason Toon riffed on the notion, comparing it to a last-ditch all-nighter when a big school project is due.
The blurb has Verbeck regretting her choice of a title. Anschultz's prints weren't finished when the release went out, she explains, but they are finished now, and she's afraid readers will get the wrong idea.
She's got a point.
"Do you grind on through the night, or just turn in what you've got so far and hope it's enough for a D?" Sorry about that, Amanda. Sounds like Jason soared off on the wings of a college-days flashback.
"I've learned my lesson for sure," Verbeck says. "'Works in progress' can send the wrong message. I'll never use that term again!"
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