RupertPupkin wrote:I live by this rule and this rule alone: people are drymounting idiots.
wi22azor wrote:Its only January 5th, how do i vote. Mondo Corporation, thanks for the mass production! are you printing in mexico yet?
danieldanger wrote:what you do aint hustlin. see, in MY hustle, i get to sell the whole run and each print only costs me like $6. y'alls is small potatoe street level fudge.
turnJBup wrote:Roll up those movie posters real tight and stick 'em up yer asses.
Rick_a_c wrote:Cool. MOST will be pleased... Don't try to please the others
1000steps wrote:Gift payments are like unprotected sex - always a bad idea with strangers... If you are gonna do it, do it with someone you trust absolutely.
aahnutz wrote:turnJBup wrote:Roll up those movie posters real tight and stick 'em up yer asses.
There are three categories this year - Poster, Art Print, and Cinema. Yay!
Yamar wrote:Do remember that there is some play between categories - we've run into this in the past with some music related prints that once were "posters" but by definition are now in the category of "art prints". Cases in the last 2 years have included things like the Stout and Moss Star Wars sets (which are both Cinema class) as compared to the rest of Mondo's Star Wars series (which are all Art Prints). This year's Universal Monsters series produced a couple of items - such as Drew Millward's The Trip:
which fall in as an Art Print and not Cinema class. Each category list has been reviewed by the staff so hopefully we won't run into past conflicts of things being mis-categorized as once voting starts, that's it.
At this point, we expect voting to open on January 13 and be open for one week...
veltri wrote:Is it too late to nominate something for inclusion?
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