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Commission Keith W!

How much is too much?

JGray
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So, we're preparing a print edition of Mysteries of the Arcana. I have two questions. How many people are sincerely interested in such (by which, I mean, how many of you would dedicate some hard earned cash to it) and what do you consider to be a fair price? It will be at least $15.00. Would you consider that fair? Or would it be worth $18 or $20? The book will likely be softcover and contain our first storyline (some 60 or so, double sided color pages) along with some bonus material (some art by Keith and possibly a story by me explaining the origin of the arcana).

Everyone who is interested, please respond. I'd like to get some rough sort of head count. Thank you!

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Laura
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Yes, I'd buy one, assuming some new financial crisis isn't in the middle of keeping me broke and unhappy.

Submitted July 2, 2010 at 9:23AM



uhl
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Umm, doesn't Nitroglycerin cause things to go "BOOM" not "Freeze?"

Submitted July 6, 2010 at 8:27AM



JGray
 

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She doesn't have liquid nitrogen either...






Submitted July 7, 2010 at 8:10AM



Ysa
 

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Boom is good, boom is ALWAY good! *grins innociently*





All the evils of the world can not outwiegh one act of kindness.

Submitted July 8, 2010 at 12:54AM



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I'm going to give you practical comparison.  I purchase graphic comic books.  Witchblade costs $17-$20 for over 200 page glossy full color; Grimm Fairy Tales $15-$17 approx 175 pages glossy full color; Sandman $15-$20 over 200 pages full color, not glossy - All with no shipping & handling charges.  I've picked up some at Cons for $10 apiece, signed.  While I enjoy your comic, $15-$20 is pretty pricey for 60 pages with shipping & handling to consider also.  You should blog with some of the other web-comic artists that print also and glean what works for them.

Submitted August 1, 2010 at 9:57PM




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Mostly what I'm surprised about is that she still has ammunition ... I've never seen her reload ... and she didn't have any extra ammo with her when she first joined up with Chrys.  Does she occasionally go back to her universe to get ammo, or does the gun now possess magical re-loading powers?  :-)


This is about where I was when I last caught up with the story - I'm looking forward to seeing more of it now.  I do really like this comic, despite my little ammunition-ing quibble ... :-)

Submitted April 2, 2011 at 7:48AM



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