We at AnotherUniverse.com have been huge Judd Winick fans since we discovered Frumpy the Clown and Barry Wein. We like Judd so much we interviewed him last year for Book 3 – Listen to it HERE.

But, for all-ages entertainment, nothing beats Hilo! And we want to share our enthusiasm with this great 4-book giveaway of the Hilo series and a cool sketch (on the left) that Judd did exclusively for this giveaway. It’s a digital sketch, and we’re only printing 11 copies (10 for you, one for us) and then deleting the original file. So this is your only opportunity to get this sketch, along with all four books.

Already have them? Enter anyway and have a backup set, or give them away to a local library, school or another family that just doesn’t yet know Hilo.

Answer one question to be qualified to win and then share with your friends for more entries. Contest ends on Sunday, Feb 11, 2018 at midnight US West Coast time. Plenty of time to enter, share, and get ready to win!

 

Mystere #4 (of 5) (Cover C – Santacruz)

Mary has discovered the true origins of the Blacksmith and is on her way to confront the person she believes is responsible for his murderous actions. But she soon learns that her investigation may have led her to the wrong person and that revelation will make Mary question her own judgment, as well as her entire purpose in New Orleans.

Mystere #4 (of 5) (Cover B – Goh)

Mary has discovered the true origins of the Blacksmith and is on her way to confront the person she believes is responsible for his murderous actions. But she soon learns that her investigation may have led her to the wrong person and that revelation will make Mary question her own judgment, as well as her entire purpose in New Orleans.

Mystere #4 (of 5) (Cover A – Coccolo)

Mary has discovered the true origins of the Blacksmith and is on her way to confront the person she believes is responsible for his murderous actions. But she soon learns that her investigation may have led her to the wrong person and that revelation will make Mary question her own judgment, as well as her entire purpose in New Orleans.