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      CommentAuthorMark Seifert
    • CommentTimeMay 26th 2008 edited
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    You already saw this on warrenellis.com:

    Gravel: Never A Dull Day Hardcover

    Here's another thing:

    Anna Mercury Bust

    More graphics to be wrangled soon.
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    Uh huh - I see the upload dates on those photos.
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeMay 26th 2008
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    goodness me, i am way too fucking poor for the gravel hardcover.
    and it would have saved me a ton of footwork to find all the trades.
    any release info, so i may have a shot to save up for it?
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    Where'd you find the price for the Gravel HC? I'm going to assume its' a bit out of my range, but would cheerfully admit to being wrong if I could find a price.
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeMay 26th 2008
     (2380.5)
    @james:
    if you click through to flickr, there's a button for all available sizes. you can read the price on the original size.
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    Whoops, $90 is out of my price range. I hope Avatar releases this in a standard version afterwards, I'd cheerfully pay $30 for a nice TPB.
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    @ James - Nope, sorry, but the plan is only the Signed Hardcover, limited to just 2000 copies. No softcover is planned, no plans to keep this in print in this format. The 6 softcovers will be kept in print as they currently are, this hardcover is just a one-time special edition. But it will be oh-so-pretty!
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    I had considered tracking down the different trades, but I didn't know where to start and all that kind of hoopla, so I might actually grab that.

    I'm guessing there's going to be posts about it when there's actually a release date up? I'd hate to forget about it and miss out.
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      CommentAuthorJacen
    • CommentTimeMay 27th 2008
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    Good lord. A 576 page hardcover GN would make an excellent blunt weapon. That thing is going to be the size of my car!
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    A 576 page hardcover GN would make an excellent blunt weapon.

    Jacen, I really like the way you think.
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      CommentAuthorEgon
    • CommentTimeMay 27th 2008
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    That's quite a bust.
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    I really hope I've got the cash for this.
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    How soon before the Gravel HC is available for pre-order? or is it available already?

    Benedictions.
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    James - stores that take preorders or reserves can take them for Gravel: Never a Dull Day now.
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    "A 576 page hardcover GN would make an excellent blunt weapon. "

    Nah there's nothing to grip onto to get up a decent speed and the blood goes everywhere and the boards usually crack after a couple of good hits.

    Or at least I assume that's what'd happen.

    Hypothetically.

    Really.
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      CommentAuthorm34tb0und
    • CommentTimeJun 1st 2008
     (2380.16)
    stores that take preorders or reserves can take them for Gravel: Never a Dull Day now.

    My local store is a bit shaky when it come to getting avatar related goods. Is it available through comic cavalcade also ? I wouldn't mind ordering this and a gravel hoodie. My Doktor Sleepless Hoodies are getting lonely.
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    meatboundtimetravel - should be available there shortly.
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    Since Ellis will be a guest at Wizard World Chicago, Avatar will be debuting more projects and products there, including a Doktor Sleepless bust complete with plasma globe that plugs into a USB computer port.

    Heh. Awesome.

    When do we get pictures?
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    @Spiraltwist - Oh, I'd be looking for those pics sometime this week...
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    It's too bad, $90 really is a bit too much for me. I was pushing it paying $50 for the Starman HC, although I'll admit the entire series will run about $300 by the time it's done the six-book run. Also, DC needs to do this to Transmetropolitan next. Point is, any time you guys want to put out a slightly more affordable version of the conveniently collected edition, I've got the cash ready to go. I'd much rather own one big book (like Bone, Mister Blank, the forthcoming Scud, etc) than a messy pile of smaller ones.