PF Comic #4 – From Blog to Book featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

Posted February 14th, 2010 and last modified October 3rd, 2014

Check out our first comic for 2010, featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

Keep the great feedback coming guys – we’re really enjoying putting together these comics! We’ve got some pretty cool ideas for some new comics, so keep your eyes peeled! But for now, enjoy our latest comic:

Win if you Find 2 Secret Easter Eggs

Find the 2 easter eggs in this weeks comment first by commenting on the post with your results. If you are the first person to comment the correct answer you will win:

  • A feature in the comic
  • Your own logo on JD’s coffee mug in the comic

This weeks easter egg hunt is a lot more difficult than previous weeks but the hint is in the previous weeks comics.

UPDATE – Hint #2 – The previous comic’s winners who found the easter eggs first are featured in the comic.

PF Comic #4 – From Blog to Book featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

JD has been working insanely hard on his book. During this process he has learned many things and perhaps a special talent…

PF Comic #4 - J.D. Roth from Get Rich Slowly

Let us know what you thought and if you can find the secret easter eggs

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15 Responses to PF Comic #4 – From Blog to Book featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly

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    Jeremy | June 2, 2010

    Part 2 of PF Comic #5 is now live!: http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au/credit-card-rewards-or-credit-card-regrets-pf-comic-5-part-2-of-2.html

    Thanks for all the support!

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    Hank | March 8, 2010

    Great comic! Loved it!

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    Bobbi | February 23, 2010

    I like it but I do have a question, why would anyone so concerned with money throw his cell phone away?

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    Money | February 22, 2010

    I love this one!

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    Clever | February 21, 2010

    egg #1: realm of prosperity.com in computer screen
    AND
    egg #2: That’s the $ dollar sign from my logo (Cleverdude.com) on the coffee mug :)

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    jammer | February 20, 2010

    To add to my others: Smiley face above his left shin in the second to last panel?

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    jammer | February 20, 2010

    Dog calendar
    Pineapple on computer

    And bonus Easter Egg #3:

    You neglected to include the extra 20 pounds he gained while writing the book — zing!

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    Eric | February 17, 2010

    Easter egg 1: Dog calendar (JD likes cats…)
    Easter egg 2: Coffee (pretty sure JD drinks tea…)

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    Jason | February 17, 2010

    Freddy boy, that’s impressive man! No idea where the eggs are at though! Nice work man. Hmmm, wonder what I would look like in a comic!? ;)

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    Money | February 17, 2010

    Love it (once again). I am stumped on the eggs for this one!

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      Fred | February 17, 2010

      @MoneyFunk – Very tricky one. Everyone was getting them too easily last weeks so we decided to up the ante.

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    Weakonomist | February 17, 2010

    Left handed mouse, 1st place trophy, and no author writes with their pants on. Duh!

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      Fred | February 17, 2010

      Love a bit of under-panting Phil! JD preferred the pants on.

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    Money | February 17, 2010

    Haha nice….always enjoy these comics :)

    egg #1: “real of prosperity.com” in computer screen.

    egg #2: pineapple on his laptop? no idea…hard one!

    • Staff
      Fred | February 17, 2010

      @J.Money – Yes this one is hard… if you look very closely and read the hints you just might find it.

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