The Pittsburgh Independent Comics Expo (PIX) opened it’s doors for the first time this past weekend and the Pittsburgh indie comic community, creators and fans alike, came out in force. Big thanks to Bill Boichel of Copacetic Comics and the Toonseum for organzing, promoting and generally putting on a great show.
Along with my comics Dead Love and Blue Wraith, I debuted my new project, Space Base One, which also happens to be the 24 page comic I finished for 24 Hour Comic Day in the beginning of October. Here’s the special edition cover, done by Shawn Atkins of Workshop 13.
Like most other creators set up last weekend, I had a great time, both personally and financially. I got to hang out with friends, meet other local creators and sell a lot of books.
If you couldn’t make it out this year, fear not, I do believe there will be another PIX in 2011.
In the meantime, if you’re interested in getting a copy of Space Base One, you can purchase it through PayPal. (FYI, the “Donate” button is actually a fixed price of $2.50. That’s the price of the book plus shipping.)