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Noah Van Sciver is addicted: "Coffee has me in its grip. I'm a slave to the stuff."

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Every week now for the past five years or so, resident genius Noah Van Sciver has gifted us with 4 Questions, his always entertaining and brilliantly illustrated comic strip. If you pick up the paper each week, you know it's always a must-read within the pages of Backbeat. And now, it's also a must-read on the blog. If you miss it in the paper, check here each week for the latest strip. This week, Noah reflects on his coffee addiction.

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