Final Order Cut Off explained

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Final Order Cut Off explained

Final Order Cut Off: 

MK1 is preparing for Weekly Comic shipments to resume - hopefully as early as May 20th.  We normally lock our order quantities down a couple of months in advance.  Previously we would make the odd tweak to our orders a few weeks out from shipping, on a date called Final Order Cut Off.  A lot has happened since we last preordered comics so making the right tweaks has become even more  important. 

We are looking for as much preorder and customer interest information as we can get to help us order the right numbers.  Every week's Final Order Cut Off selection is published on the Previews World site - here is the current list of candidates https://www.previewsworld.com/FinalOrdersDue .  Have a look through the offerings and if there is something you want to preorder - please let us know.  A new Final Order Cut Off selection is published each week and we will link to it in our weekly emails.   Looking forward to getting your feedback and preorders.

 

How To Place an Order From Final Order Cut Off:

  •  Visit the Final Order Cut Off Page on PreviewsWorld.com.
  •  View, Preview and explore the lists - use the filters to look for your favourites etc. (look for the PREVIEWS PREVUE badge to view sample pages etc). Prices listed on the Previews World site are in USD$ - check with Mk1 if you need a firm quote.
  • Contact Mk1 with your preorder list, add a note to any titles that you would like setup as a standing order for future issues etc. We will reply with order confirmation.

Handy Hint: Look for the Download Order Form TXT link - this will open a plain txt title list that can be easily copied and pasted into an email. You can delete the items you do not want on the list and send as above.

Please Note: All previous pre orders placed with MK1 are still active - if we see a pre order placed via this method for an item we already have you down for we will not duplicate the order (unless we receive a specific instruction that more than one copy is requested).