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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Ben Staad View Post
    Sorry. Those are above my means and therefore I exclude them from my thoughts. I was referring to the artist edition.

    Gotcha.

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by mulleins View Post
    I grabbed one of the AE Omen and passed on the signed. Something about the AE that tops the signed and lettered copies.

    Mulleins
    With a few notable exceptions, I almost always prefer the AE over the numbered or lettered. I’m consistently impressed by the look of the latter and can appreciate the artistry of the designs, but as I guess a bit of a traditionalist, I prefer the jacketed edition. My wallet certainly does as well.

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  • bsaenz24
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    Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post

    I agree, I think the AE is so good that I'm not willing to spend an extra $350 for the Numbered.
    That's how I feel about most of them. The AE is plenty.

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by mulleins View Post
    I grabbed one of the AE Omen and passed on the signed. Something about the AE that tops the signed and lettered copies.

    Mulleins
    I agree, I think the AE is so good that I'm not willing to spend an extra $350 for the Numbered.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by mulleins View Post
    I grabbed one of the AE Omen and passed on the signed. Something about the AE that tops the signed and lettered copies.

    Mulleins
    You know, I agree. I really like the look of the AE. It makes me doubt my decision to pass.

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  • mulleins
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    I grabbed one of the AE Omen and passed on the signed. Something about the AE that tops the signed and lettered copies.

    Mulleins

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  • Ben Staad
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    Camelot to the rescue for some folks. Great heads up.

    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    Camelot has copies of THE OMEN AE if anyone missed out and is looking for one.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Camelot has copies of THE OMEN AE if anyone missed out and is looking for one.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Surprised there’s copies of the limited left when the AE sold out so fast.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Not Suntup related, but I eyeball my matching numbered set of SubPress's The Expanse series and see them go for over $3k on eBay and think to myself "there's my new espresso machine and grinder that I want . . ."

    And then the evil part of my mind looks at Suntup's (see, it is Suntup related afterall!) numbered Misery and think "there's a chunk of of downpayment for a house, or payoff most of my credit card debt ..."

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post

    I buy the AE if it's a book I like and want a nice copy of. I've bought a few Numbered editions, but only the ones I really, really like, such as Neuromancer, I am Legend, etc. I'm certainly no completist, and I'm happy to skip the ones I have no interest in. It gets expensive, and I don't want that much money tied up in books. I just sold the Numbered Red Dragon - every time I looked at it I saw a beautiful book, but also $1500 sitting on my bookshelf.
    The temptation to sell a hot book is strong. I've looked over at my copy of Centipede's DUNE a couple of times and think, "You know how many other books I could buy..."

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post


    The only reason I would pay the AE price is because it IS "The Omen", for whatever that's worth. I really like the Suntup books and can't say whether the price is "fair" for what it costs to produce. I'll assume it is, but that gets expensive for a new title each month.
    I buy the AE if it's a book I like and want a nice copy of. I've bought a few Numbered editions, but only the ones I really, really like, such as Neuromancer, I am Legend, etc. I'm certainly no completist, and I'm happy to skip the ones I have no interest in. It gets expensive, and I don't want that much money tied up in books. I just sold the Numbered Red Dragon - every time I looked at it I saw a beautiful book, but also $1500 sitting on my bookshelf.

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  • bsaenz24
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    Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post
    I bought the AE. I see plenty of Numbered copies for sale on the FB pages, but while I like the book, I don't like it enough to spend $500+.

    The only reason I would pay the AE price is because it IS "The Omen", for whatever that's worth. I really like the Suntup books and can't say whether the price is "fair" for what it costs to produce. I'll assume it is, but that gets expensive for a new title each month.

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  • Dave1442397
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    I bought the AE. I see plenty of Numbered copies for sale on the FB pages, but while I like the book, I don't like it enough to spend $500+.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Congrats to all who got a copy. The AE is really sharp looking.

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