Saturday, 10 December 2016

$21,058 @ 2:18 pm

I do appreciate the feedback on the CEREBUS RESTORATION POSTCARDS.  We'll probably do the pricing on them the same way we do on the CEREBUS ARCHIVE Portfolios:  a Canadian $ amount for the Pledge Partners and the same price but in US $ through Diamond (factoring in Diamond's discount balanced off against the larger amount that they take).

$19.95 seems "do-able" for just the basic "bare bones" 12-card set in a plastic bag.  We can maybe bring that down a bit depending mostly on what the Canadian $ is doing.  Which up until a little while ago was dropping pretty steadily but then suddenly levelled off and then started climbing.  73 cents was the bottom and its now hovering between 75 and 76 cents.

4 comments:

Sandeep Atwal said...

From Facebook:

1) Regular edition: 9.99
2) Regular edition + 1 limited Sticker (out of 4): 12.99
3) Regular edition + special signed postcard by Dave: 22.99
4) Limited numbered Edition (101-500): 29.99
5) Limited numbered Edition + all 4 sticker): 44.99
6) Limited signed edition + all 4 sticker (51-100): 69.99
7) Limited signed edition + all 4 sticker (21-50): 99.99
8) Limited signed edition + all 4 sticker (11-49): 149.99
9) Limited signed edition with personal drawing on your favorite postcard + all 4 sticker (2-10): 229.99
10) (The holy grail) Limited signed edition including all postcards signed + personal drawing on cover recreation + all 4 sticker (1): 499.99

Jeff Seiler said...

Whose suggestion is this?

Dave Sim said...

Some guy named "Facebook", evidently.

"Personal drawing" by whom? I wonder.

I've done a couple of CEREBUS IN HELL? Christmas cards the same way I mock up my strips. "Personal" enough? "Drawing" enough?

al roney said...

20-bucks for 12 postcards is a nice deal.

I'd send 'em out to friends who have zero clue about Cerebus (or comics for that matter).

Hmm, this Facebook thing - something on the interwebs I assume?

My pledge is in for CAN6. Like I said before, I'm getting less enthused about them as we go along. While i like the faster turnaround time, it's really the "extras" that keep me happy on the bus (along with the cause of course)including BP's and that sort of thing.