Wowzers. Who knew it would take so long?

But my book with Natalie Nourigat is finally in stores as of today. 

Go pick up A Boy and a Girl from your local comics retailer, bookstore, or order it online. You can even get it digitally from Comixology.

Or, if you want an exclusive hardcover edition, signed by me, you can still order it directly from this website. I live right by a post office with a 24/7 self-service kiosk, so orders have been going out pretty fast.

Early reviews have been pretty good. 

Broken Frontier has chosen us as their Book of the Week. We also get recommended in the video picks that Seattle's Zanadu Comics posts on YouTube (starts just after the 9:15 mark).

Panel Patter has an extensive, spoiler-free review that is both thoughtful and thorough.

Comic Book Resources gives us 4 stars! (Kelly Thompson also gave George and I high marks for The Double Life of Miranda Turner #2.)

Portland Mercury included us favorably in a round-up of Porland-centric comic book releases (lots of comics folks live here, in case you didn't know).

A/V Club was more middling.

And if you want some tunes to listen to when you're reading, Natalie and I built a soundtrack for Largehearted Boy.

In case you missed it last week, both i09 and USA Today had exclusive previews (though both contain key plot details if you're spoiler-phobic). I also was interviewed by USA Today (same link).

I will be getting Natalie's art from the book for sale on the site very soon, but in the meantime, if you want a page and want to get a jump on the competition, just e-mail me at golightly[a]gmail dot com.

Current Soundtrack: Travis, Where You Stand