The gossip on MoC. Lists and polls are STRONGLY discouraged.
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I can’t even think there’s that many MoC releases altogether they keep in print because they’re perpetual good sellers (maybe Metropolis?) - I generally feel especially lately pretty much everything outside the initial release window of 3 years is technically OOP in the sense they won’t be printing any more if they run out. Something like Ace in the Hole could be an interesting test case given how much Eureka’s been pushing their Billy Wilder collection with the recent releases. Thankfully Eureka are actually pretty good that most of the releases outside of the initial release corridor are perpetually £12 or £13 on their site rather than keeping them at the same prices as new titles.
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- Joined: Wed May 18, 2011 9:37 am
Yes it seems like things are probably kept in print if they are good sellers. Touch Of Evil was listed as a "limited edition", was featured on that "top 10 best sellers of all time" list a few years ago I believe, and has remained in print.