At your local comic shop, from Comixology, or direct from Boom! Studios! In this issue, everyone gets fresher’s flu and deals with it in their own unique way. There’s a nice advance review here at Bleeding Cool.
One of the questions I’ve been asked the most over the last four years is “when will there be more Giant Days?” The first issue was a real stab in the dark at a time when I was feeling creatively under the weather, and it steadied the ship. The two issues that came out in 2013 felt like they had a momentum that I didn’t have the energy to fully pursue while working on Bad Machinery. So last spring I asked Boom! Studios if they’d be interested in publishing it as a six-issue...
I have a few upcoming events to promote a. the launch of Giant Days, b. Bad Machinery book 3, c. my own wretched cult of personality.
London Super Comic Con - Excel Centre, March 14th &15th
A mere two tables away from Jonathan Ross (host of Saturday Zoo) at table A3, come and see me enjoying the world of strength and super-heroism, remote from everything and everyone I have ever loved.
Giant Days Signing - Orbital Comics, London - March 28th 2-4pm
I will be signing copies of the all-new, all-different Giant Days #1 at this fine, fancy Central London shop. Please do come by and say hello. I will be sitting behind a table for the sole purpose of meeting you. I’ve even drawn a poster (below).
Dear VALUED FRIEND,
would you like to do me a favour at no cost to yourself besides your precious time? Perhaps you’d be so kind as to review Bad Machinery 3: The Case Of The Simple Soul on amazon.co.uk, amazon.com, or Goodreads. If you’re reading these words, you’ve probably read the story. Its the one about a troll, some fires, and Little Claire. It’s not the one about onions. Your reviews were a huge help when we put book 2 out.
Many thanks in advance. You’re the best in the business.