Is The Glitch Happening Again – This Time With Barnes & Noble?

Okay, it’s quite small at the moment… but right now the Alan Moore Alan Davis Captain Britain Omnibus is $10.79 at Barnes & Noble as are the Bendis and Maleev Daredevil Omnibus, Vol 2 and the Tomb of Dracula Omnibus, Vol 2 . A lot of other Omnibi are sold out but… look just what the hell is going on here? Anyone?

Barnes & Noble have had some recent price promotions on certain Marvel hardcover backstock, such as Supreme Power, Volume 2 and Killraven but those have been interpreted as clearing out not-as-desirable stock. Dracula, Daredevil and Captain Britain Omnibuses for $10, that’s a different story.

I’ve no idea if Barnes & Noble will follow through. The stated $10.79  is a discount based on a full price of $14.99 – which indicates that something is wrong. And possibly connected with the Amazon glitch.

Nevertheless, it’s worth a punt, isn’t it?

UPDATE: More – Bloom County Vol 2, Ultimate Invincible Vol 4, Invincible Iron Man

I wonder if this one will be fixed a little quicker? Guess I’ll find out in the morning. Night…

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UPDATE UPDTE: A number of volumes mentioned are now selling out. At least that aspect of B&N is working. Sorry I didn’t get to this sooner, folks, life got in the way.

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