I wonder if one can walk into EE to make a purchase? I'm also wondering if their network will be able to handle all the traffic they are going to get?
I'd order it from another online retailer, as they always have it cheaper than EE.
Actually, this one won't be. Entertainment Earth sells pretty much 99.99% of its products both direct to consumers and also by wholesale, so any comic store, web store, or anyone who wants to can buy items wholesale from us and then offer them to the world at a price of their choosing.
This particular item is not
going to be available wholesale through EE Distribution, so it will be $49.99 through Entertainment Earth starting tomorrow. (We're also going to have it in a few bundles.) There's also a $10 off coupon in our next catalog if you order $75 or more, which, if you also get a bundle, is a pretty spectacular deal if you like busts. (And if you don't, well, obviously more for the rest of us.)
It's been a little... surreal to see you guys talking about me at length here these many months, especially given I don't think I've met more than a couple of you. But hey, we all dish it out, it's not like I can't take it. (And as far as high school goes, well, seeing as I've been writing about toys online since then, yes, it's pretty obvious what I was doing in those days. But, thanks for speculating. I wasn't aware people still gave wedgies past grade school.)
So anyway, thanks for the comments, it's nice to see someone doing part of my job for me as a marketing guy. It's also great to hear what some of you have had to say as not every person I hear from gives frank, honest opinions about their opinions of things (although most of them do). I typically try to keep my interaction with forums as merely reading what you guys have to say-- as you guys, Rebelscum, Galactic Hunter, Sir Steve's, and everyone else have a lot to say-- but, sometimes, it makes sense to say "hello."
"Hello," by the way.
Your Napoleon Dynamite-lookalike pal,