DC has announced that it will make all six issues of the upcoming Brightest Day series returnable, thus easing some of the fears retailers may have about purchasing a series most of us know nothing about.  According to Rich Johnston, retailers will have to follow some rules.

Issue 0 must be ordered at the same or greater levels to Blackest Night #7. DC will charge 10% of the cover price to refund – around 20% of the wholesale price.

The company is also offering up a 1:50 variant cover to the first issue, but the rules also state that if the retailer sells all of the variant covers, they can’t return any of their extras.  It makes a lot of sense to make offers like this to retailers, and hopefully it will be a win/win for all.

via Bleeding Cool

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  1. Katzedecimal
    February 18, 2010 at 11:45 am — Reply

    You mean, if it sucks, we can actually get our money back?? – Dude!

  2. February 18, 2010 at 3:48 pm — Reply

    Keeping in mind that the series is actually 26 issues! So uh, you get a little of your money back.

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