The Vol. 24, No. 1 print issue shipped to subscribers Monday. Readers will notice a couple of errors made by the printers after I read the proofs.
1. All pages are numbered opposite where they are supposed to be, relocated near the spine.
2. in the article by Richard Scully and Mathew Paterson, "Kaiser, King, and Caricature: Franz Joseph in British Cartoons, 1848-1916, on the bottom of the first page (IJOCA p. 126) the word 'parentheses' appears just before the first endnote. This looks like an editorial or technical glitch, as it was not in the original submission. As the journal had already gone to proof, it could not be corrected.
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