Edgar Wright Live 12 Tong

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Wed Mar 21, 2012 5:28 pm

Everything about this is good. Everything.
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Fri Mar 23, 2012 1:45 am

ISO Sean variant.
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Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:13 am

Anyone know the edition size?
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Fri Mar 23, 2012 3:10 pm

like it :clap:
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Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:16 am

Dario33 wrote:Anyone know the edition size?
ebay listing mentions 285... not sure if accurate though.
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Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:32 am

Edition size is, in fact, 285.

Looks really kick-ass in person (and even better personalized by EW!).

I'm pretty sure I know who the person selling on eBay is: he was the really greasy-lookin' dude that was running his mouth to anyone that'd listen in front of the theater about how much money he was gonna make on these prints. Plus, pretty sure everyone else that bought one hung around to get Edgar's signature. I brought my SCOTT PILGRIM variant and had him sign that, too. Gonna hang 'em side-by-side.

I had Tim League sign the Tong, too, what with the print being in commemoration of the opening of the Slaughter Drafthouse and all.

Great print, great night, no chance of sleeping after that.
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Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:49 am

DrScott44 wrote:Edition size is, in fact, 285.

Looks really kick-ass in person (and even better personalized by EW!).

I'm pretty sure I know who the person selling on eBay is: he was the really greasy-lookin' dude that was running his mouth to anyone that'd listen in front of the theater about how much money he was gonna make on these prints. Plus, pretty sure everyone else that bought one hung around to get Edgar's signature. I brought my SCOTT PILGRIM variant and had him sign that, too. Gonna hang 'em side-by-side.

I had Tim League sign the Tong, too, what with the print being in commemoration of the opening of the Slaughter Drafthouse and all.

Great print, great night, no chance of sleeping after that.
How much was the print? $45?
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Celsius wrote:
DrScott44 wrote:Edition size is, in fact, 285.

Looks really kick-ass in person (and even better personalized by EW!).

I'm pretty sure I know who the person selling on eBay is: he was the really greasy-lookin' dude that was running his mouth to anyone that'd listen in front of the theater about how much money he was gonna make on these prints. Plus, pretty sure everyone else that bought one hung around to get Edgar's signature. I brought my SCOTT PILGRIM variant and had him sign that, too. Gonna hang 'em side-by-side.

I had Tim League sign the Tong, too, what with the print being in commemoration of the opening of the Slaughter Drafthouse and all.

Great print, great night, no chance of sleeping after that.
How much was the print? $45?
It was $40+tax = $43.80
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DrScott44 wrote:Edition size is, in fact, 285.

Looks really kick-ass in person (and even better personalized by EW!).

I'm pretty sure I know who the person selling on eBay is: he was the really greasy-lookin' dude that was running his mouth to anyone that'd listen in front of the theater about how much money he was gonna make on these prints. Plus, pretty sure everyone else that bought one hung around to get Edgar's signature. I brought my SCOTT PILGRIM variant and had him sign that, too. Gonna hang 'em side-by-side.

I had Tim League sign the Tong, too, what with the print being in commemoration of the opening of the Slaughter Drafthouse and all.

Great print, great night, no chance of sleeping after that.
Sounds like an awesome evening.... Good for you man.. enjoy that Print
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Mon Mar 26, 2012 6:48 pm

Was it one per person? Would love to get my hands on one.
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Tue Mar 27, 2012 7:00 am

Yes it was one per person. With the exception of t-shirts, anything Mondo related is one per person whether its a print available at a screening, online drop or gallery purchase.
jamesmassey1988 wrote:Was it one per person? Would love to get my hands on one.
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jamesmassey1988 wrote:Was it one per person? Would love to get my hands on one.

You and me both.

I hope there were enough left to have a scheduled online drop. I don't know if I like the "there-aren't-a-lot-so-it's-a-random-drop" possibility. Maybe even today with the book?
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Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:44 am

rubenjleal wrote:Yes it was one per person. With the exception of t-shirts, anything Mondo related is one per person whether its a print available at a screening, online drop or gallery purchase.
jamesmassey1988 wrote:Was it one per person? Would love to get my hands on one.
Hey Ruben, is there a new (official or unspoken) rule with Mondo that they want prints to be one per household now? Between my own experience and stories from other people, I've heard multiple times of Mondo employees being upset when more than one person in a family unit buys a print -- as if they want it to be one per family, not one per person. (For instance, husband and wife attend an event together, but they were told by Mondo employee that they can only buy one copy of a print.)
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emac wrote:
rubenjleal wrote:Yes it was one per person. With the exception of t-shirts, anything Mondo related is one per person whether its a print available at a screening, online drop or gallery purchase.
jamesmassey1988 wrote:Was it one per person? Would love to get my hands on one.
Hey Ruben, is there a new (official or unspoken) rule with Mondo that they want prints to be one per household now? Between my own experience and stories from other people, I've heard multiple times of Mondo employees being upset when more than one person in a family unit buys a print -- as if they want it to be one per family, not one per person. (For instance, husband and wife attend an event together, but they were told by Mondo employee that they can only buy one copy of a print.)
emac, since I've been in the game (They Live screening), Ive always understood it as 1 per person w/live events like MMM's & screenings (Gremlins, Drive, E.W., etc). I've seen many people from near & afar come w/a spouse/significant other/child of reasonable age and each person is able to obtain a print as long as they have a ticket. However with online drops, I believe it operates under 1 per person/household. I just checked the details for the Melancholia prints and there is a note that say "One per person/household/etc.". I know I've seen that note/restriction on their online prints for quite sometime now. So there is an official rule applying to online drops for sure. As far as them denying purchases like your example above, I haven't honestly seen/heard of that happening, not to say it doesn't happen, I just havent seen it. So thats all I can really say from an unofficial observation. I'd suggest that if a couple were worried about that type of situation occuring, I'd advise them to email the Mondo team for an official answer.
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