Thursday, 8 December 2016

CEREBUS ARCHIVE #6 Now Features...#5!

Sandeep's just posted a new pledge item for the Last Day of the CEREBUS ARCHIVE #6 Kickstarter: CEREBUS ARCHIVE #5!  I checked the inventory at Camp David and the lowest number is #9 and the next lowest is...#67?  Something like that.  Then it jumps into triple digits. So, first come first served!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I cannot find your post.
Please provide link to clarify.
Thanks.

Bill Ritter said...

It's posted; it is on https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/c-minus-kid/can6-cerebus-archive-number-six and between the pledge for "Melmoth Portfolio" and "Two Melmoth Portfolios"

Sandeep, Dave - it might be helpful to denote either quantity available, S/N available, or both...? Possibly as update, even.

Paul Slade said...

Forgive my ignorance about Kickstarter, but does that mean that pledging CA$125 would get me both the ten Melmoth pages and the ten Jake's Story pages? Or have I misunderstood that?

Bill Ritter said...

Paul, you would need to pledge CA $180 + CA$30 (shipping within Canada) for both. Pledge of CA$ 90 + CA$ 15 for Melmoth and added CA$ 90 + CA$ 15 for Jaka's Story. After the campaign ends, you would receive an email verifying what you'd pledged.

So, as example: you pledge CA$ 230 for Melmoth, Jaka's Story and the Notebook 5. When you respond to the email, you would also provide what you'd pledged for.

Another example, I'll use my pledge...I'm pledging CA $155 for Melmoth + Shipping to US (CA $90 + CA $25), Notebook 5 (CA $20) and Collected Letters 1990 (CA $20). Total of CA $155.

Hope this helps a little bit...

Paul Slade said...

Thank you, Bill - it does.

Dave Sim said...

We're still getting a lot of people confused with how the set-up works. The temptation is to make each possible combination a different pledge so you just keep scrolling down until you find the pledge description that matches EXACTLY what you're looking for. The problem is, then you're talking about a Really Long Scroll which I would guess would be confusing in itself.

I have to confess I'm personally at a loss because I don't really do anything online and most of "online" seems to be set up around the same kind of scrolling. We'd definitely welcome any suggestions of how to make the whole process completely effortless. Is there a really concise way to describe the PROCESS of pledging that we could put right at the top in GIANT CAPS?

Thanks Bill AND Paul for pledging...and pitching in!

Dave Sim said...

Bill - For the record, yes, these are the Kickstarter Portfolios so ALL of the plates are signed (and, in fact, they're already packaged and ready for mailing in the "uber sturdy" packaging that got several rave reviews). I'll try and have a quick count of how many are available and which numbers when I'm here (most of) all day tomorrow!