Here is the link for the review thanks to the ECBT lads
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(Poster by Alex Paterson)
Coming soon to a theatre in Bristol for one night only- A BIT OF A SONG AND DANCE is a ‘Script in hand’ session for an upcoming play (I think it is a workshop type thing where the actors get to work through the script to make sure the stage directions work, but I might be talking out of my hat- D) that is available for one night only.
The reason I’m bringing this to you? The writer, Gill Kirk wanted a comic artist for the poster. Dan Whiston (writer of the Neroy Sphinx stories) passed Gill our way and via a combination of timing and the right artist being in the right place Alex Paterson was able to provide the superb image above.
Tickets are available HERE and we wish Gill a successful night.
Cover by Bruno Stahl
The Finest Small press anthology reaches issue 25 in fine style with two covers! Inside the whopping 52 pages we present 12 tales featuring contributions from the finest writers and artists the Small press has to offer. The time has come to discover why FutureQuake has been consistently nominated for best British Black & White Comic at both the Eagle and the True Believers awards.
Only £4.00 for 52 pages- you don’t get better value than that!
Call of Duty by writer Chris Redfern and artist David Clifford
Junk Box by writer Jimmy Furlong and artist Brian ‘Clank’ Bennett
Out of the Closet by writer Dave Roberts and artist Danos Philopoulos
Packaged Holiday by writer Andi Ewington and artist Conor Boyle
Pleiatoc Monaidies by writer Tom Davies and artist Leonardo Vergari
Synched by writer Mo Ali and artist Indio
The Final Terminal by writer Arran Frood and artist Steven Austin
The Grimaldi by writer JJ Robinson and artist Alex Paterson
The Idiot Box by writer Jonathan Stevenson and artist Stephen Prestwood
From The FQP Webshop
Available now- Zarjaz 21. It is the annual Dreddworld special, so we present 9 new strips featuring the denizens of Mega-City one in a stunning wraparound cover by the one and only Patrick Goddard. This issue is so thrill-packed it comes in at a whopping 56 pages.
Cover by Patrick Goddard & Owen Watts
Armitage- Descent by Martin Stiff
JUDGE DREDD- Day Shift by writer Mark Pexton and artist Sam Weller
JUDGE DREDD- Fantastic Voyage by writer Richard McAuliffe and artist Barry Renshaw
JUDGE DREDD- The Mega-City Missing by writer Shaun Avery and artist Simon Bennett Hayes
JUDGE DREDD-Hanks Tale by writer Richmond Clements and artist David Broughton
LowLife- ReAssignmen tby writer Liz Boyle and artist Brian Rankin
Tales of Mega-City One- Citi-Def- Life On The Block by writer Matt Farr and artist Simon Petersen
Tales of Mega-City One-FearAndLoathing by writer Santiago Mayoud and artist Paul Williams
Still only £3.00, you don’t deserve it! From The FQP webshop