Monday 1 August 2005, by slayerfan1975 :He admits to it happening but still doesn’t address that the price was jacked up. Other locations selling the comic in Canada did not cost that much. At least attention has been brought out.
Tuesday 2 August 2005, by Anonymous :I work in retail, and if a celebrity ever happens by, we usually make them welcome, and maybe ask for an autograph,(depends on their mood) or picture. What we don’t do is get lippy with them, and lay the sarcasm on real heavy-like. That wouldn’t be very professional, and would most likely leave our entire chain of stores all shades of negative. So if a celebrity visits your store, treat them nice. Oh, sorry. Guess I’m a little late with the advice. Good luck though.
Tuesday 2 August 2005, by Anonymous :what’s this about?
Tuesday 2 August 2005, by Jammer :Typical response
Tuesday 2 August 2005, by Anonymous :
oh yeah, we should all bend over backwards because a famous person walks into someone’s store. i mean obviously, someone who read lines off a page out loud while be filmed is so very important and special compared to everyone else.
i think if that genius can’t afford $20, then he has other things to be angry about. mainly his stupidity. but then again, who wants to thinks rationally.
Wednesday 3 August 2005, by Anonymous :Warp 1 Comics will now be infamous
Wednesday 3 August 2005, by Anonymous :And because he’s a celebrity, he should be treated like dirt? Good logic. I wish I had half the smarts you have.
Friday 5 August 2005, by Anonymous :Sounds like both parties are at fault.
Friday 5 August 2005, by Anonymous :a—holes = warp 1 comics
These comments are an anwser to this article : An employee at Warp 1 responds to Nathan’s Serenity comic tale