ComixTribe’s “Money Back Guarantee” on The Standard #3
ComixTribe has announced a money back guarantee on its latest release, The Standard #3, on sale in comic shops world-wide next Wednesday, July 10, 2013. The critically acclaimed third issue of this superhero tale is the one that saw series creator and scribe John Lees take home the Best Writer award at the Scottish Independent Comic Awards.
Publisher Tyler James has said the issue is “the best super hero book” has has read in the past two years. And he’s putting his money where his mouth is.
As its publisher, that kind of talk doesn’t mean much. So, I’m going to put my money where my mouth is. If you purchase The Standard #3 next week and don’t like it, I’ll refund your money, simple as that.
The third issue of The Standard sees Gilbert Graham, the world’s first superhero, come out of retirement to keep a promise that his murdered successor (and former sidekick) made to a grief stricken young mother — The Standard promised to find her missing daughter, and The Standard always keeps his word.
For the “money back guarantee” on The Standard #3, readers simply need to provide proof of purchase and a message via email saying they did not enjoy the book for a refund. They can send that to publisher Tyler James at tyler.james at comixtribe.com and they will be refunded their full purchase price. (Torrenters will also be refunded 100%…which is to say, nada.)
“This offer also stands for retailers. If you stocked the book, and don’t think it’s a quality product, I’ll buy back your copies,” added James.
Having read the first three issues of the series already, I totally get why Tyler is putting his money where his mouth is. The first three issues have been solid.