Harley Quinn wrote: »
upside down wouldn't it be 6L9?
tabacco wrote: »
My fist is +3 against your face.
tabacco wrote: »
I haven't looked at the signature thing, but Steve has wrists of steel, so I wouldn't be surprised if they were pretty consistent.
purple_monkfish wrote: »
I've thumbed through both the hardcover and the softcover with my greasy little mits mwhahaha. The paper is soooo nice. But i'll stick to reading the softcover for now, especially with a little toddler keen to add his own artistic mark to all our literature (cute but damned annoying! he wants to sign all the books too awwwww)
teflon wrote: »
is it washable?
can you put numbers in all the frames so that the toddler can know what colours to use when colouring in?
Philski wrote: »
Yay! My copy finally arrived It's number 797
(could have done without being burned on the software tax though)
Askiba wrote: »
Bought it from the Telltale Comic-Con booth.
Drakmah wrote: »
Got mine yesterday: nr 1133 .. had to pay taxes because of the software inside label though
Emily wrote: »
Please email email@example.com with your order number and we'll refund the incorrectly-charged tax for you.
dg10050 wrote: »
what number sam and max: Surfin' the highway (hardcover edition) did you get? I plan on taking all numbers posted and compiling a list of corresponding usernames. Obviously this isn't going to be complete since not everyone who bought a copy frequents the forums, but i thought this might be cool.
click here for list: http://mvzig.com/samsth.txt
i'll try to update the list every day or two.
sam&maxfreelancepolice wrote: »
" I am not a number,I am a free man" Ha Ha Ha!
Zeek wrote: »
Don't you have a Social?