Friday, September 4, 2009

Locke's Secret Revealed 33

Ok maybe not exclusively revealed, as the poster has been received by several others already, but these pictures are from people that are regular contributors to this blog, so it's worth showing them off.

What strikes me from the pictures I've seen of this poster and the Hurley one is the variety of objects used to hold the corners down.

The first picture is from Scoutpost



Also a couple from Steve :





Also this is a closeup of the numbers from ReverendMilo

33 comments:

dharmaloji said...

so what?

Sayid'sgirl said...

Morning Zort
Thanks or the new post.
It's been awhile since we've had so many comments I kept forgetting to go to the next page. lol

Sayid'sgirl said...

See there I go typing to early in the morning again. Thanks for...
Maybe I should say good afternoon to you. :)

Zort70 said...

:-) have some coffee before posting !

I'm not going to write much this morning as there was a free bar at the company dinner last night.

Sayid'sgirl said...

lol ok
I don't drink coffee but I do like Pepsi. I have one now. :)

Amy Lynn said...

Those look great!

LotteryTicket said...

12 x 3 = 36
12 - 2 = 10

NEW CLUES

lol

scoutpost, seriously, is that the most difficult tube to open and super curly (invision window shade snaping) poster!

Everyone stateside, enjoy Labor Day weekend and please be safe.

Sayid'sgirl said...

Thanks Lottery Ticket
Hope you have a nice Labor Day weekend too.

Deneph said...

I picked up a frame from Michael's and unfortunately it pretty much covers up the signature. Just sharing to help you with your framing choices.

ReverendMilo said...

I got mine this morning. Here is a link to my hi-res shots
http://cyberspacecowboys.com/lost/poster2/

Subjected to blacklight, nothing intersting. no glow in the dark either.

Deneph said...

Aw, you got 108! Cool.

Scoutpost said...

LT- I know! (about the tube) but at least it protected the poster.

I'm ready for the next one, although I'm sure we'll have to wait until after the holiday.

Everyone in the US enjoy their long weekend. Be safe!

Zort70 said...

ReverendMilo - Thanks for the link, I hope you don't mind but I've put a copy of the numbers pic on the main post.

ReverendMilo said...

@LT and @scoutpost I now have a pair of standard pliers at the front door to assist me with these tubes. one yank and even the tape goes.

@zort I think I am the only one so far that has figured out how to use poster putty!

ReverendMilo said...

@zort, use my images at will.

Sayid'sgirl said...

My guess is we probably won't get another print until next weekend unless this one sells out quckly.

It was about 10 days between the Hurley and Locke print.

Amy Lynn said...

They may be trying to space them out so the last print is somewhere around the premiere, right? If it's 10 days between prints, and we have 13 more to go, that's 130 days-ish, putting us at January 12th or so, not including breaks for holidays.

maven said...

There doesn't seem to be rhyme or reason as to the poster releases. Guess they want to keep us on our toes. With the upcoming holiday weekend, I don't expect anything until next week.

Everyone have a great Labor Day weekend!

Capcom said...

So right about the curliness! They must have rolled them up while they were still warm off the press, heheh. And the paper is pretty thick stock too, so it fights back almost!

Capcom said...

P.S. Folks! Don't bust the tube! Just take an exacto knife to the tape around the cap seam that's about 5 inches in from the end. Then the cap section just slides right off.

LotteryTicket said...

dontbustthetube.com


that's a great line. I want it on a t-shirt

Zort70 said...

One poster I would definitely buy is one the featured the count down clock in the Swan station.

I personally don't think the print sales figures are the trigger for releasing the next one, I think they have dates in mind for each one.

I'm going to predict that the next URL will be in the Mysteries Of The Universe video on Tuesday.

Amy Lynn said...

That's too early. It'll be the week after next.

Capcom said...

LOL, Lottery! Kinda sounds like a surfer term about not wiping out inside the tube. :o)

Congested said...

Hey. Don't know if this has been mentioned or not yet, but figured I'd draw attention to the D23 festival coming up... (aka Disney's narcissistic love fest.) ;)

This page has a little blurb about the Lost "pavilion" at the event...

Also on display Sept. 10-13, is ABC's Lost. In celebration of the Emmy® Award-winning series Lost entering its final, thrilling season, ABC Television Network presents a can't-miss experience for all fans. Guests will be able to step into the world of Lost and see a selection of props, set pieces, costumes and collectors' artifacts from key moments in the series, as well as sign up for "Lost University," a special Blu-ray™ and online experience, and receive a limited-edition collectors' pin, available only at the D23 Expo.

This thing seems like the perfect place to release the link to the 4th screen print.... and even if they don't do it there the event definitely seems worth visiting for folks in southern California as there seem to be other goods involved. I'm curious what the pin will look look like and what the "special Blu-ray and online experience" is referring to.

Is anyone going?

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Zort70 said...

Congested - Sounds like fun if you can get past the Disney element.

Capcom said...

That would be a good venue for release Congested. I wanted to join D3, but I really can't afford it and I'm not near anyplace where I could cash in on the Disney perks. The magazine that comes with membership is great, my local Barnes and Noble was selling it for a while and I could get it without joining, but I don't see it now, probably wasn't a big seller.

Amy Lynn said...

Ah, hooray, there's a new clue up.

Larchmont is on Long Island... dunno if there's a Wall St. there, but very happy the clue is local to me!

maven said...

Thanks for the heads-up, Amy Lynn! Looks like you're going to be our representative in NYC. What's on the corner of Larchmont and Wall Street? Wow,a clue on a holiday weekend!

I was thinking of going to that D3 thing, but since they were showing the Lost Auction items I saw at Comic Con, I decided not to go and fight through all that Disney stuff!

Zort70 said...

Thanks Amy Lynn

NEW POST

maven said...

Is there a Wall Street in Larchmont, Long Island?

Ellen said...

email...:)