Okay. It's four in the morning, and I have had something of a brainstorm. I had some complaints about the handwritten annotation idea, because having only one copy means that no one but the buyer gets to see the notes. What if I use the footnote function on Word to annotate the online parodies? (Why the online? Because I haven't sold the rights to those to anyone else, unlike the the book parodies. And yes, they would be .rtf files so different operating systems could read them.) And rather than offer hard copies--which would kill the handy-dandy links in the parodies--what if I put them on a CD so that you could print them out if you wanted, but you could also click the links on the original files? And Cafe Press offers CDs as a merchandise option, so it's not something I'd have to deal with producing 100 copies of myself.
I don't know what to charge just yet--it'll depend on how much work ends up going into the thing, but I don't know that $15 for--hey, exactly 15 parodies. Huh--is a bad idea. The base cost at Cafe Press is $4.99, so I'd basically be making a $10 profit, which is pretty good. Again: thoughts?
(This doesn't preclude doing anything else. I'm just saying, it seems like a fairly good compromise on this particular idea.)