edible_hat wrote:You'd think they'd want to offer below retail prices to avoid having to take some of it back.
There were certainly holes appearing in Pulp Fiction's little collection of mangas near the end of the con. So there was no real reason for Madman to be working to rule. Though Madman's $10 box (which had become a $5 box on Sunday) was starting to empty, too....
KittyKat wrote:I was just curious for my own sake. I didn't find anything on the AVCON website so I thought I'd ask you guys.
*shrug* You'd have to ask one of the vendors or one of the AVCon staff how much it costs. I don't think anyone here is exactly privy to that kind of info.
the Madmanstall is a weird one, they always have the $10 mangas, but their range of mangas is still tiny. The $10 DVD box was there, but the only non- V1 of something was a vampire hunter D, but that was cos the case got the knife treatment when being opened! The $10 V1s was and always be a smart marketing move, i mean it entices people to buy the series 1 at a time, at what..... $30 each, when the DVDs them selves will be released in a few months in a set of 6 for $120... on the flip side getting V1 is cool because it allows you to trial a series before you buy it.
to get a price of a traders table you would have to PM someone in charge in the AVcon forums, but the prices of 2008 have not been made yet as we have only just finished 2007. one thing to remember is that there is a differance between traders tables and artists tables, so if you are an artist, it would probably be better for you to get an artists table.
also get in early beacause the traders hall was booked out this year...