Okay guys I am still not quite sure how I am going to handle this

From what I could estimate, there were about 25 or so sales of Book 2 before I corrected the misprint. Here is what I am going to do.

If you have a misprinted copy, please mail it to me. Contact me at my email address (given on the header bar under contact) and I will give you my mailing address. I will not ask you to sink any more of a cost than this; in addition, it does not matter what condition it arrives in when it gets to me.

I will then mail you a fixed copy of Book 2, along with a full set of the Housepets bookmarks that I made for MFF, and also sign your copy if you like. Please note that this is only for the misprinted copies of Book 2; if I receive a fixed copy in the mail, you’ll have to pay postage to get it back.

HOW DO I KNOW MY COPY IS MISPRINTED?

It’s missing this comic: http://www.housepetscomic.com/2009/12/04/try-to-understand/

This was fixed by condensing art of King walking through the snow into the space of one comic height instead of two a few pages later.

In addition, the misprinted copy is 65/66 pages long, while the fixed copy is 60 pages long, as I took the opportunity to condense the story’s font size.


Discussion (4) ¬

  1. IceKitsune

    Email sent

  2. Freddytoop

    Can we set the books on fire before we send them back? :p

    • Rick Griffin

      I still have to be able to verify that they are, in fact, misprinted copies

  3. yehoshua

    How could the misprint actually chose one of the best strips!? This must be the work of Pete!… Or squirrels.