Look at that fine poster. You’d think we were going to some sort of comic expo sponsored by the demons that created Halloween! If you’re smart enough to de-anagram S.P.A.C.E you’ll realize that we’re going to the Small Press Alternative Comics Expo in Columbus, Ohio (alternatively, Satan’s Pals Are Creating Evil).
This will be our second showing and I can say that Kerry and I learned a lot from PIX to ensure that S.P.A.C.E will be an immaculate success. We’re going to plan ahead to create some interesting signs that attendees will see from across the hall. “What in heaven’s constellation is that sign, Pappy?” Pappy won’t know. How could he? He’s just a pappy. So they’ll have to migrate to our booth to find a treasure trove of gifts! What gifts? Well…
- Issues 1-10 of our comic. We’ll have these in two separate packs (1-5 and 6-10). Buying a pack not only nets you some sweet, sugar coated comics, but you also get our origin comic!
- Holiday Banzai Spectacular Collection - It’s a collection of our finest holiday hits! Ever wonder what a cupcake does during Halloween? Or how the first Thanksgiving wen for the cupcake tribe? This pack will satisfy that curiosity!
- Cupcakes. Of course. Legally we aren’t allowed to sell comics without cupcakes. We aren’t exactly sure what cupcakes we’ll have, but they might be blue. Or violet.
- T-shirts! If you’ve been keeping your ear to the comic ground, you’ll know that Kerry and I have been churning out t-shirts. We screen print them ourselves so you know what you’re getting is a unique product that was crafted with love and passion for the arts. Check out this overflowing inventory:
While we are happy to provide an assortment of one of a kind items, we’re even more eager to slap hands with old friends and meet a ton of new comic pals. We walked away from PIX with a ton of memories and contacts and I hope that S.P.A.C.E is just as successful. What fun is a comic expo if you’re not meeting new people and learning new techniques or tricks? For me, that’s the value of going to these things. Maybe no one will buy any of our stuff, but we’ll at least find a new pen pal.