Why MorrisonCon Is Worth The $767 Admission

Why MorrisonCon Is Worth The $767 Admission

If you have the We3-related password from the mailing list, you can book tickets for MorrisonCon right now. For $767. For one night. For one. For one two of you, that's $1193.93. Or if you want to skip the hotel, $523.92.

Already people are balking at the price.

@MorrisonCon Your ticket prices are insane and make me sad. Guess I
won't be going after all.

New @MorrisonCon guest is really making me need to figure a way to not
piss off my gf if I get a ticket…

'm not saying tix for MorrisonCon are expensive but I'm thinking about
going to get a loan from my bank so I can split costs with 5 friends

I'm totally going to MorrisonCon once I figure out how to sell off one
of my kidneys online.

Thinking about starting a Kickstarter in order to raise the money for
a single ticket to MorrisonCon

$700 to go to MorrisonCon and to make it even better, you have to be
18. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAA. WHY THE FUCK MAN. UGH.

Here's the defence.

Go with someone you can share a bed with and you save $100 straight away. Find somewhere to crash and save youself another $100.

You'll get a limited MorrisonCon edition of Grant Morrison & Darick Robertson's Happy each. Should be able to flip that on eBay for $100 straight away. Should get even more for the hardcover program guide/sketchbook, especially if you can get them signed and sketched through the show.

Which you probably will. Because the price will indeed keep a lot of people out. Which means a lot more one on one time for you and Grant Morrison, Gerard Way, Jonathan Hickman, Frank Quitely, J.H. Williams III, Chris Burnham… and now Jim Lee.

You get to party with Grant Morrison DJ and say you were there. And then breakfast with Chris Burnham and get him to sketch Batman on your napkin. That's another $50 right there.

Hell, if you play your cards right and take advantage of all the bits and pieces that will no doubt be available, you should be able to make the show pay for itself, and more.

Hell, haven;t you always dreamt of making a fortune at Vegas?

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About Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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