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Old 12-09-2005, 11:23 PM   #1
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new sam and max webcomic is up at http://www.telltalegames.com/home you can also buy a cool sam and max t-shirt..and some sam and max prints signed by steve purcell.. I'm ordering my sam and max shirt now..I've always wanted one
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Old 12-10-2005, 01:38 AM   #2
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Yeah, I saw this. Wish I had some spare money to buy those.
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I want those signed prints so badly, don´t have the money though!
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Holy god, it´d be beyond awesome to own those signed Sam + Max prints!
That t-shirt is also pretty sweet.
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Nice merchandise.

I also like how the comic is sort of interactive when you scroll over the boxes.
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I also like how the comic is sort of interactive when you scroll over the boxes.
I liked that feature from their Dank comics. I'm happy to see it carry over into S&M.
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Nice merchandise.

I also like how the comic is sort of interactive when you scroll over the boxes.
Damn, i didn´t notice that.

*goes back to read comic*

Cool.

Notice how the comic sez that it´s set at Kilpeck Church, England?
In the 12th century in Kilpeck they discovered this:


Hmmm, fascinating.
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$7.10 for the cheapest form of shipping? They must be out of their mind (though if it was DOTT I would buy it).

Here's the direct link to the merchandise BTW: http://www.telltalegames.com/products?dc=snm

Man I feel so guilty for not playing Sam and Max yet. If LucasArts still sold that 3-game adventure pack (discontinued last year) I'd be all over it, even though I already own the other 2 games on CD.
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$7.10 for the cheapest form of shipping? They must be out of their mind (though if it was DOTT I would buy it).
It's about $30 to Europe ...
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I'd rather wait for people to sell it on ebay for that price.
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I'd rather wait for people to sell it on ebay for that price.
It'll only cost even more that way .
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I was noticing the shipping prices seemed pretty high when they first put the Bone books up there. I bought some for a Christmas gift for a family member, and was going to buy them from Telltale. But with those shipping prices I just went to Barnes & Noble.
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I wish companies would stop using high shipping prices. How can $7.10 be called economy? I know for a fact that it does not cost that much to ship a freaking T-Shirt.

The whole point of it is to make the product price appear lower than they actually want it to be.
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That's why some people charge high shipping prices on eBay, yeah. In this case, though, I doubt Telltale is seeing any money from the shipping. Those prices are probably determined by whoever is handling distribution for them.
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^ Yep. I agree with Ebay thing. I've seen people selling a game for 1 cent but charging $19.99 for shipping. It's a total scam. And people fall for it too because they don't pay attention to the shipping price listed in the auction (sometimes it is only shown in fine print).
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Well, it's over US$37 UPS International to ship to New Zealand. No economy rates.

Still, on the Telltale Forums, Troy's been alerted to the situation and is looking into it.

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That does sound a bit much. Can you send a private message to me with your address, and which shipping method you chose. We will take this up with our fulfillment house.

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Those prices are probably determined by whoever is handling distribution for them.
Yeah you're right. Judging by the discussion in the Telltale forum, they have no say in the price of shipping. It is most likely handled by an outside company.
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yeah $38 shipping for a $17 shirt to australia.. Troy from telltale is looking into this problem.. I know a few sites hive went to buy stuff and been stopped by the damn ups shipping..
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A proper max cost for shipping to Finland from US should be about $15.

The page is saying $36.35, not even UPS costs are that high when I buy stuff from ebay...
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Its a bit ironic when you're postage costs more than the item you buy.
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