Best thing about it: it's not for me. They didn't try to even out the acting or dialogue or physical performances of their actors. They didn't try to condition the show to be "familiar" to audiences. They allowed this world to be what it needs to be for the story they are telling and for the additional audience they are hoping to attract. I love that the majority of the actors are not me. This is their world. And I have to catch up and immerse myself in its language, music, dynamics, etc. Love love love that. It's no wonder this TV show and Black Panther are so anticipated.
I also appreciated that the story and characters came first, comic book beats/superhero set up second. Smartest CW show yet. Like the DC version of the Wire.
Is this the order form your looking at? The $2 is for Long Box Rails. That's an extra feature that helps keep your comics in place in a box in case you only have half your box full. You get the rails so you can add a divider in various places along the box depending on how many comics you have in there.
Chuck was a CGS listener back in the 'casts early episodes. He was featured in a random Call Me segment while he was shopping with his girlfriend. Even back then he talked about wanting to get into comics. He attended the Center for Cartoon Studies and is now a three-time Ignatz Award winner. http://www.comicgeekspeak.com/episodes/comic_geek_speak-107.php