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Topic: Is DMF OOP?
Message: Posted by: Lukenp (Jun 24, 2007 05:31PM)
Is Dear Mr. Fantasy by John Bannon OOP?




Thanks,


Luke
Message: Posted by: Christopher Williams (Jun 24, 2007 06:00PM)
Yes, but still available at some places, including from John himself
Message: Posted by: Lukenp (Jun 24, 2007 06:21PM)
Ok, thanks.
Message: Posted by: Andy the cardician (Jun 24, 2007 09:44PM)
Hurry up - that is all I want to say

Andy
Message: Posted by: Lukenp (Jun 24, 2007 10:21PM)
Yeah, I have it signed from Mr. Bannon. I just wanted to know if it was OOP or not.
Message: Posted by: kadz (Jun 25, 2007 02:30AM)
How do you guys find out that it is out of print?
Message: Posted by: Andy the cardician (Jun 25, 2007 03:34AM)
Just ask a shop.
Message: Posted by: mrunge (Jun 25, 2007 04:47AM)
Or just try finding it. If it's almost impossible, well...it's probably OOP.

Mark.
Message: Posted by: jimbowmanjr (Jun 25, 2007 07:26AM)
Bought a copy the other day from Mr. Bannon's website. He informed me he had several copies still on hand for those interested.

http://www.johnbannonmagic.com/

I am sure these won't last long and constitute the majority of the remaining copies you can buy for the regular price outside of eBay.

--Jim
Message: Posted by: Lukenp (Jun 25, 2007 11:28AM)
You used to be able to tell on Murphy's site, but now, since they upgraded it, I can't seem to tell!
Message: Posted by: jimbowmanjr (Jun 25, 2007 01:16PM)
When I called Tannen's the guy who answered the phone told me it was out of print, despite the fact that they show the capability to add it to your cart on their website. I actually didn't find a single place out there on the web that still has this book in stock, aside from John's website.

--Jim
Message: Posted by: Andy the cardician (Jun 25, 2007 08:28PM)
Some B&M shops are often very slow in updating their web-sites.
Message: Posted by: duanebarry (Sep 6, 2007 04:08PM)
Out Of Print means:

- it's no longer available from distributors, AND
- it's no longer available from the publisher.

Retail shops might still have copies of OOP books in stock, but once they're gone, that's it. OOP basically means: "non-renewable supply".
Message: Posted by: Silly Walter the Polar Bear (Sep 6, 2007 04:28PM)
If JB is a VIP at the MC you can ask if DMF is OOP. If it is, you may be SOL.
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Sep 6, 2007 07:20PM)
The best way is search at the internet browser and whenever DFM appears, email and find out whether the book still available at their respective online shop. Better hurry to secure a copy.
Message: Posted by: Hansen (Sep 7, 2007 02:05AM)
YEP DMF OOP.
Message: Posted by: Steven Leung (Sep 7, 2007 02:40AM)
It's been OOP as stated in Murphy's for over the last 6 months...
Message: Posted by: ASW (Sep 7, 2007 04:01AM)
[quote]
On 2007-09-06 17:28, Silly Walter the Polar Bear wrote:
If JB is a VIP at the MC you can ask if DMF is OOP. If it is, you may be SOL.
[/quote]

:)
Message: Posted by: anticoin (Sep 9, 2007 03:42AM)
I am actually surprised that it didn't' go OOP earlier!
Message: Posted by: edh (Sep 9, 2007 09:11PM)
"If JB is a VIP at the MC you can ask if DMF is OOP. If it is, you may be SOL."

ROFLMAO. ;)
Message: Posted by: VinceUK (Sep 10, 2007 03:54PM)
It's still available from Magic Books by Post in the UK.

http://www.magicbooksbypost.co.uk
Message: Posted by: apple123 (Oct 3, 2007 02:34PM)
Also, it is available in the UK from Keith Bennett, kbmagic.com.
Message: Posted by: apple123 (Oct 3, 2007 03:09PM)
Stevens Magic has got a copy for anyone who's interested. Price listed at $35.