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This topic is dedicated to release discussion for Has thou slain the Jabberwock 09 Danger - 1st

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Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:05 am

available at flatstock
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Wed Jul 15, 2009 11:21 am

MUST HAVE THIS!
I haven't picked up a danger in MONTHS!!! Years possibly, but this will look BEAUTIFUL next to my Please Dont Worry print!
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Wed Jul 15, 2009 11:56 am

any chance anyone would be willing to help me out with one?

i'd hate to have it sell out at FS with none leftover for a website release...
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Thu Jul 16, 2009 7:46 pm

Not to nitpick, but the correct usage would be "Hast thou slain."
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Thu Jul 16, 2009 8:19 pm

i NEED this. :lol:
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Despinetta wrote:Not to nitpick, but the correct usage would be "Hast thou slain."
the book i have says "has" not "hast", so i went with that. im not sure if it varied from edition to edition or anything? confirm anyone?

there will be reserved copies for mailorder, i had a stack sent to chicago, and a stack sent back to MA. im not sure of the edition size as i wont have a final count until theyre in front of me.
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danieldanger wrote:
Despinetta wrote:Not to nitpick, but the correct usage would be "Hast thou slain."
the book i have says "has" not "hast", so i went with that. im not sure if it varied from edition to edition or anything? confirm anyone?

there will be reserved copies for mailorder, i had a stack sent to chicago, and a stack sent back to MA. im not sure of the edition size as i wont have a final count until theyre in front of me.
Reserve me one please :D :clap: :notworthy:
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Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:13 pm

danieldanger wrote:
Despinetta wrote:Not to nitpick, but the correct usage would be "Hast thou slain."
the book i have says "has" not "hast", so i went with that. im not sure if it varied from edition to edition or anything? confirm anyone?

there will be reserved copies for mailorder, i had a stack sent to chicago, and a stack sent back to MA. im not sure of the edition size as i wont have a final count until theyre in front of me.
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oh oh! pick me! pick me! :clap: :drool: :D :lol:
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Sat Jul 18, 2009 11:19 am

DD - Thanks for the update.

I am assuming "reserved copies for mailorder" means some will be held back to be sold via the site...not that an individual can reserve one. If it is the latter, of course, please count me in :D

At any rate, great work and please keep the EB faithful up to date on any news of a public release!

Thanks.
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Mods: Edition Size is 250 and they cost $35 at flatstock. These look great in person btw. He also has another variation to "Please don't Worry..." in Dark Teal/Aqua Marine that is $35 and is numbered out of 200 with 6th next to the numbering for the 6th edition.
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walfredo9 wrote:Mods: Edition Size is 250 and they cost $35 at flatstock. These look great in person btw. He also has another variation to "Please don't Worry..." in Dark Teal/Aqua Marine that is $35 and is numbered out of 200 with 6th next to the numbering for the 6th edition.
we might need to rectify this print and the editions, as it appears the 6th edition is down as the yellow/orange
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clem99 wrote:
walfredo9 wrote:Mods: Edition Size is 250 and they cost $35 at flatstock. These look great in person btw. He also has another variation to "Please don't Worry..." in Dark Teal/Aqua Marine that is $35 and is numbered out of 200 with 6th next to the numbering for the 6th edition.
we might need to rectify this print and the editions, as it appears the 6th edition is down as the yellow/orange
I'm pretty beat right now, but I'll take some pics in the morning and upload them of the 6th edition. I believe the Jabberwock is 24 1/2 inches long cuz it's about 1/2 an inch larger than my 18 x 24 Itoya portfolio.
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danieldanger wrote:
Despinetta wrote:Not to nitpick, but the correct usage would be "Hast thou slain."
the book i have says "has" not "hast", so i went with that. im not sure if it varied from edition to edition or anything? confirm anyone?

there will be reserved copies for mailorder, i had a stack sent to chicago, and a stack sent back to MA. im not sure of the edition size as i wont have a final count until theyre in front of me.

DD

It was cool to meet you at Flatstock, youre a real easy guy to talk to. I was excited to pick up the Mogwai and the new Jabberwock. My GF just loves your little hunchbach dudes and I like girls with swords. :wink:

I hope you do well at Flatstock, the artwork is amazing. :notworthy:
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Tue Jul 21, 2009 6:57 pm

Any post FS updates as to the print availability or reserves?
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