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Sam and Max: Surfin' the Highway Hardcover Numbers

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What number Sam and Max: Surfin' the Highway (hardcover edition) did you get? I plan on taking all numbers posted and compiling a list of corresponding usernames. Obviously this isn't going to be complete since not everyone who bought a copy frequents the forums, but I thought this might be cool.

Click here for list: http://mvzig.com/SaMStH.txt

I'll try to update the list every day or two.

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  • @tabacco said: My fist is +3 against your face.


    Do you need any help? I'm good at kicking ass.

  • Wow, I'm late to this party. I got #983, myself. Woo!

  • @tabacco said: I haven't looked at the signature thing, but Steve has wrists of steel, so I wouldn't be surprised if they were pretty consistent.

    Steve Purcell, an independent comic writer currently working for Pixar that has wrists of steel and produces drawings as a waste product.

    He should add those comments to his resume. :D

  • "well, mr. purcell, you've been working for pixar several years. that does not impress us at all, but some guy on the internets says you got wrists of steel. so....you're hired.":D

  • Well, tabacco *would* have a bit more credibility than "Some guy on the internet". Seeing as they are...uh...co-workers? Or something. =p

  • Just got mine literally a minute ago, after just over a week of rushing to the door in anticipation whenever the doorbell rang. A guy came who i thought would deliver it, but he was delivering my Mum's new passport. I went back upstairs, sat down at the PC, and saw a parcelforce van drive down the street, but it did a u-turn and went back.

    Then, the van pulls up again, and it turns out he hadn't see the house number.

    I got 1350, which according to wikipedia is the year that:

    [LIST]
    [*]England invaded France.
    [*]Battle of Les Espagnols sur Mer: An English fleet personally commanded by King Edward III defeated a Spanish fleet.
    [*]Hayam Wuruk became ruler of the Majapahit Empire.
    [*]the Black Death first appeared in Scotland.
    [/LIST]

    I'm debating with myself whether to take off the plastic wrapping, or buy a paperback version to read.

  • I've thumbed through both the hardcover and the softcover with my greasy little mits mwhahaha. The paper is soooo nice. But i'll stick to reading the softcover for now, especially with a little toddler keen to add his own artistic mark to all our literature (cute but damned annoying! he wants to sign all the books too awwwww)

    REMOVE the plastic wrapping, if not just so you can caress that cover and flip through those wonderful pages.. mmm (ok, now i'm starting to make it sound like comic book porn.. tisk)

    Steve's wrists of steel are legendary, least.. they should be.

  • @purple_monkfish said: I've thumbed through both the hardcover and the softcover with my greasy little mits mwhahaha. The paper is soooo nice. But i'll stick to reading the softcover for now, especially with a little toddler keen to add his own artistic mark to all our literature (cute but damned annoying! he wants to sign all the books too awwwww)

    The toddler-friendly version with cardboard pages comes next month ;)

  • is it washable?
    can you put numbers in all the frames so that the toddler can know what colours to use when colouring in?

  • @teflon said: is it washable?
    can you put numbers in all the frames so that the toddler can know what colours to use when colouring in?

    Dude, that messes people so much. That's how people end up calling the color "red" the number 5.

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