Originally Posted by ReadOnlyCat
He could get into legal trouble if he accidentally misused copyrighted images, etc. He could have agreed to an incomplete contract with the printer and end up losing the prints when that one goes bankrupt or accidentally destroys a batch of books and this was not insured. There is always a measure of risk to any physical project.
If you really think that this is easy, I would recommend you do it, this free money would be for you then.
I would if my high moral standards didn't prevent me from asking impressionable people for money in advance in order to do what amounts to an illustrated children's book for nostalgic grownups.
Come on, the entire point of Kickstarter is to avoid risks. If you have a captive audience and still don't make a profit, you must be some kind of anti-entrepreneur.