- Written by Frankenstein, Former Agent of S.H.A.D.E. on Monday, February 04 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Marvel and DC Comics offer exciting incentives to retailers who buy lots of comics.
Source: Bleeding Cool
Bleeding Cool post article today outlining new retailer incentives from Marvel and DC. Companies offer discounts to retailers based on math. Frank no know math, and find article very confusing, but maybe reader smarter than Frank and can figure out. Frank spend twenty minutes trying to figure out but Frank no could do it. Frank got so mad Frank tore laptop in half, and now Frank posting article from computer at library while librarians give Frank dirty looks. What, you no have monster in library before? Frank tax dollars pay for this, lady.
Here is quote from Bleeding Cool explaining two of incentives. Frank get headache just from copy and paste this:
Exceed total orders of Avengers Vs. X-Men #11 with orders for Guardians of the Galaxy #0.1 and get an extra 15% discount off. 75% of orders gets 10% off. 50% of orders gets 5% off.
Exceed 200% of total orders of Avengers Vs. X-Men #11 with orders for Uncanny X-Men #1 an get an an extra 15% discount off. 175% for 10% off. Or 150% for 5% off.
Rich Johnston, you are smart but you are dick. Next time explain with pictures. Maybe funny puppets sing about incentives to Frank, like on Sesame Street. No make Frank think. Frank no think good.
Here is DC incentive:
Match or exceed 75% of orders of Justice League Of America #1 with Green Arrow #17 or Katana #1 or Vibe #1 and get an extra 15% off.
Head to Bleeding Cool for listing of many more. How many more? Frank no know. Frank no count good either.
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Frankenstein is the swordwielding monsterfighting monster formerly employed by S.H.A.D.E., a global agency dedicated to fighting weird stuff. Unfortunately, Dan Didio laid off Frankenstein due to low sales, and Frank quickly lost the bulk of his intelligence trying to piece together DC continuity while updating his resume. Luckily, the Outhouse's staff is largely made up of dumb beasts, and Frank is now working as an contributing reporter while he is between jobs.
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