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A collection of hilarious short stories from twenty-five year old Internet sensation Nicholas Megalis on his distinctively weird life and childhood, fully illustrated by Tom Megalis, his celebrated artist and animator dad.
THIS DELUXE, LIMITED EDITION IS SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR and specially produced with a three-piece case by the publisher.
From Internet sensation Nicholas Megalis, comes Mega Weird, a collection of hilarious short stories on life as an anxiety-fueled artist, musician, and proudly weird dude.
Raised in a ridiculous family of artists, Greek immigrants, and all-around weirdos, Megalis has had a strange and beautiful ride (and has consumed an ungodly amount of spanakopita). Mega Weird is an illustrated journal of Megalis’s twenty-five years on this planet—borderline fireworks pyromania, chain-smoking at age seven, psychotic magic trick obsessions, the perils of being a thirteen-year-old boy, a month-long band tour fueled by Taco Bell, caffeine, and guitars—each story accompanied by original art from his celebrated artist and animator dad, Tom Megalis.
Mega Weird is an assurance that it's okay to be different. In fact, it's essential. Megalis wasn't good at sports and could barely tie his shoes until he was twenty, but that's fine. Who cares? He’s proud to be weird. And you should be too. Life is insane, life is great. Thank God for rock and roll.
Nicholas Megalis was born on April 8, 1989 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to two wonderfully weird parents. He was raised in Cleveland where highlights of his life included visits to his Greek immigrant grandma’s house with his chain-smoking aunt and conducting imaginary Rolling Stone interviews with himself. He now lives in Brooklyn, New York where he makes music, videos, and sandwiches. This is his first book. God help us.