In late 2014 I finally took Hatter Entertainment to the next level, self-published PIX: ONE WEIRDEST WEEKEND under the Hatter Entertainment name. It was something I long wanted to do and it remains one of my proudest accomplishments of my professional career.
Check it out, the official trailer for PIX: ONE WEIRDEST WEEKEND!
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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!
This past weekend was Free Comic Book Day, and for the third year in a row I was part of the celebration at Acme Comics in Greensboro, NC, which is really turning into, as my pal Brian Smith put it, the comics and geek culture version of what Austin is to music. It’s very cool. Propers to Acme Comics, their sister store Acme Comics Presents, their neighbor Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema, and everyone who came down to “Comic Book City, USA” for making it a great weekend where we all felt very welcome to be sure.
As part of the action for FCBD, we draw FREE sketches for folks who wait as long as 2+ hours in line. I know I try to get through as many as I can as quickly as I can and still deliver the goods. So behold, a gallery of my FCBD sketches, or at least the ones I photographed*: