FutureQuake15 boasts a cover from the rather splendid Gibson Quarter, to go along with the Extinction Hunter strip that he pitched to us.
Once GQ kow he was on the cover, he sent me a few roughs to choose from. Actually he sent these round some arty types he knows and once he had their feedback- he mailed me to see if I thought like they did. The images he sent me were:
And we all chose the third version, which GQ turned into:
And then Keiren Smith added her colours and we got:
Which is due to go to the printers on Monday, ready for Hi-Ex 03 at the end of March.
Mirage is written by Chris Hayden, with art by John Cahill. The strip is six pages long and will feature in Something wicked 06.
Flesh- Extinctionville is written by Mark Howard, with art by the extra talented Chris Geary. The strip is twenty-four pages long and will feature in Zarjaz 10. This strip will also feature on the cover with art by… not telling.
Mr Robinson is written by Mike Lynch, with art by Newcomer Paul McCallan. The strip is five pages long and will feature in FutureQuake 16.
The Last Laugh is written by Karl Stock, with art by FQP regular Chris Fenolgio. The strip is four pages long and will feature in FutureQuake 16. Over on his blog Chris has posted lots about how he worked on this strip, and I’ll be working this up into a post here as time gets closer for publication.
A very nice write up here, many thanks to all at SFX.
As mentioned only two posts below- Teen Wulf- World Tree is going to start in the very next issue of Dogbreath. All pages are now in and the strip is looking fantastic.
Can you believe that in the five issues we’ve put out of Zarjaz, this is the first time we’ve had a strip featuring Ramone & Finnegan?
Carzy isn’t it? The Chambers plot is written by Robert Spalding and features artwork and lettering by Lyndon Webb.
Not a hoax, not a dream, but a completely imaginary story; TEEN WULF- World Tree will be starting in the new issue of DOGBREATH.
Writer Richmond Clements is having a blast writing this and the art by Kevin Levell is so good that even THARG himself asked for a set of pages!
The finished pages are still being generated at the moment, so here is a sketch that Kev worked up whilst the strip was gestating.
Trust me, you will not want to miss this.