Getting It Together from Image Comics is celebrating its final issue with a variant cover that was (literally) baked by Kim-Joy, bestselling author and former contestant of The Great British Baking Show. The variant was borne of a chance meeting between Kim-Joy and series co-creator Sina Grace, which you can learn more about in the comic strip below.
In addition to the limited edition variant cover, the comic will include a bookplate/comic strip that explains he origins of the tasty collaboration signed by Kim-Joy (and includes a cameo appearance from friend of The Beat Jimmy Aquino), and delivered in a bag sealed with a sticker with art drawn by Grace depicting Kim-Joy.
If you’re interested in picking up this variant, you’ll want to act quickly: there are only 350 copies available, and they’re only available in two regions: the United States and the United Kingdom.
In the United States, 250 copies of the variant are available through the shop on Grace’s website.
And an additional 100 copies of the variant will be available in the United Kingdom, from the online store Traveling Man.
If you aren’t familiar with Getting It Together, you can read a preview of the first issue here. According to Grace’s website, Getting It Together #4 is an oversized standalone issue that follows Lauren as she heads to Los Angeles to connect with her songwriting.
Getting It Together is by Grace, Omar Spahi, Jenny D. Fine, and Mx. Struble.
Are you going to be picking up a copy of the baked variant of Getting It Together while they’re hot and fresh? Are you holding out in hopes that they release a second, even more limited-edition gluten-free baked variant? Let The Beat know in the comment section!