I’m happy to share the official book trailer for PIX: ONE WEIRDEST WEEKEND! It’s a quick, one-minute video that I hope you’ll enjoy and share with everyone!
PIX: ONE WEIRDEST WEEKEND is now available in comic book shops everywhere, as of today! If your local comic shop was amongst those who chose to stock copies, please consider supporting them and buying a copy from said store. They took a chance on my book and I’d love to see people showing their support for that decision.
And if your store didn’t order copies, they still can through Diamond Comics backlist, using item number DEC141546.
Where’s your local comic store? Find out here.
And if you see PIX “in the wild”, snap a photo and send it to me (and/or post to social media with the hashtag #PixPics) and let me know the name of the store. I’d like to thank as many stores personally as I can!
PIX: ONE WEIRDEST WEEKEND, the first of the planned Pix graphic novels, will be in (better) comic book stores on February 11, 2015. There are still a few days to let your local comic shop know to order it. It’s in the Diamond PREVIEWS catalog for December, item #DEC141546.
But wait, there’s more! PIX is also now on Amazon.com, available for pre-order for release on February 24, 2015 (click here for that page).
In addition, librarians and educators, please ask your book jobber about PIX; they should be able to order it now through Diamond Book Distributors, just use the book’s ISBN-13: 978-0-9905218-0-8.
If you have ANY problems, do please let me know either via email, commenting on this pose, or on twitter (@GreggSchigiel).
And of course you can still buy copies (signed, at that) right here, just click on Store on the menu bar at the top of the page!
This past weekend, September 5-7, 2014, was Baltimore Comic-Con, and the first public appearance of the final, printed PIX ONE WEIRDEST WEEKEND graphic novel. I was part of the Kids Love Comics pavilion, organized but the great Mark Mariano, with his brother Christopher, which included outstanding cartoonist focussed on making comics for, well, kids…from the youngest readers to teenagers.
But before this past weekend, in fact, the weekend prior, I received my first, small shipment of books (the rest are on their way), and I cannot tell you how exciting it was to open that first box: