Source: DC Blog
Earlier this morning, we reported on DC's latest stupidity, "fridging" Catwoman by brutally murdering her in order to "get Batman's attention." DC has heard the outrage of the internet, and they have shown tact and maturity by responding with an article on their blog titled "3 Days to Save Big!"
"This is an offer that's simply too good to pass up," the article tells us, showing that DC really does pay attention to fans and listen to their complaints. "From now until June 1, you can get up to 30% off on great iphone cases and other great stuff."
DC also shows that they're not afraid to ask tough questions, nor are they going to let the inconsequential rules of punctuation prevent them from answering: "Got a graduate you need a gift for?.... then look no further... click HERE to save!!!"
True to their word, DC links to their online store, where concerned fans can purchase iPhone cases for the low, low price of $24.47.
For all the flack that DC gets, we feel it's important to recognize it when the company does something right. And if reducing the price of a cheaply manufactured plastic iPhone case from thirty-five dollars to twenty-five dollars isn't doing something right, we don't know what is.
Bravo, DC. Well played.
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