Coming soon to FQP, Of Wolf & Man is a new strip by writer Dave Roberts and new to FQP artist Astrom Chang.
Oh, crikey, what am I doing?
I’ve read the science, been reassured by the organisers, but the thought of putting my bare foot onto hot coals is not a pleasant one.
However, at around 7.30 tonight that is what I’ll be doing. This is my last call out for sponsors. You folk out there that have already donated are all stars to me, but today is the day. Please, if you want to help me raise money for an amazing charity that takes children with enormously wide ranges of disabilities and gives them all a week they will never forget then simply donate below.
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Coming soon to the pages of Zarjaz (or maybe something else we haven’t told you about yet…) Join Slade and Hoagy as they investigate the Ro-man empire. Write dirk Van Dom and Artist Mike Bunt present something rather different.
What the Sneck! Since when does FQ do Superheroes? Since the earliest days of FQP, we have brought you superheroics- Remember ‘By The Book’ in FQ04? What about John Bull from FQ 06? Well now we have a new strip for you, writer BJ Fox and artist Johnny Hoang present a Superhero with that FQP feel.
Coming to FutureQuake 24, this issues featured coverstrip is WRITE MAN FOR THE JOB by Buster Willoughby and Mauro Lirussi. This is one of the most bizarre strips we have ever run, but it is totally worth it.
Knock Knock is one of those rare gifts here at FQP- a strip that arrives fully formed. All this needed was a new lettering job and it was good to go. Whe you read the strip, you’ll see why!
Written by the returning team of writers BJ Fox and Chris Godfree and artist Johnny Hoang, (Like Mother, Like Daugher- SW06) Knock Knock is scheduled to appear in FQ24- on sale in November.
Stephen Downey should draw Judge Dredd. There, said it. The art on Collectors Market is so good I am having to issue an early warning for Thrill-Power Overload! Seriously. Brace yourselves.
Judge Dredd- Collectors Market also boasts a script by Lee Robson. Maybe you’ll take me seriously now. This strip will hurt you if you are not careful.
Currently scheduled for Zarjaz 19 (assuming I can convince the printer it won’t break her machines) on sale in November.
Do you remember Transformers 2? The opening scene, where Optimus Prime drives out of a plane and transforms before taking on all comers? Well In ‘It’s All In The Programming’ you will see why Hammerstein would cause Optimus Prime to leak oil in the way that only a scared robot can.
Scheduled for Zarjaz 19, written by Steven Denton and drawn by Crow, this little beauty is a whopping 7 pages long.