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FutureQuake is back! The finest talents in the small press are here again to save you from boredom. Where else in the printed world can you get this much variety for such a small outlay? 48 pages for only £4.00 It would be an insult to all of creation to ask for less!
An Intellectual Era by writer Chris Tresson and artist Miguel Echemendia
Chris Tresson (Writer: An Intellectual Era) is a writer from the North-West of England. Look him up on Twitter or Facebook and say hello!
Miguel Echemendia (Art: An Intellectual Era) (Ech) is a first generation Cuban-American from Chicago. His parents were born in a town in Cuba called Piedrecita, which means “Little Rock”. He was born in a town in Illinois called Elmhurst, which probably means nothing. As an illustrator, Ech has contributed art to many comic books and magazines such as Punk Planet, Free Mars
(Ape Entertainment), and FutureQuake
(UK). He currently resides in the Chicagoland area and splits his time between being bored and not bored. http://www.miguelechemendia.com http://www.facebook.com/migechart
End Of The road by writer Lee Robson and artist Jim Lavery
Lee Robson (Writer: End Of The Road) is the writer/co-creator of the critically acclaimed OGN Babble
. His work has appeared in FutureQuake, Something Wicked
and the Accent UK
themed anthologies. Find his blog at http://www.imaginarystories.co.uk.
Jim Lavery (Art: End Of The Road) Aspiring comic artist, pugilist, amnesia sufferer and pugilist. Bereft of trousers, desperate for human contact and urgently requiring chocolate. Seek me on Twitter: @jimlavery1 and be my friend. YOU HAVE THE POWER!
Loan Sharks by writer Chris Mole and artist Joe Palmer
Chris Mole (Writer: Loan Sharks) is a writer based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Since 2011, he has written comics for several small press publications (including the Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel and Professor Elemental Comics, (which he also edits) as well as for his own projects.
Joe Palmer (Art: Loan Sharks, The Immortal lives of Working Men) Comic book artist and modern day viking. His work has appeared in FutureQuake, The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, 100% Biodegradable and N.S.E.W. www.joepalmerart.com
Murder at Apartment 104 by writer Josh Spiller and artist Matt Herbert
Josh Spiller (Writer: Murder in Apt 104) Lives in London. Published writer of comics, short stories, and scripts. For anyone interested in a collaboration, especially artists and editors, you can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Herbert (Art: Murder in Apt 104) done the pitchers for Solar Wind, Omnivistascope, Zarjaz, Dr WTF and lots of other things that needed drawings for the words in them.
Operation: Oops by writer Owen Crabtree and artist Dan Goodfellow
Owen Crabtree (Writer: Operation Oops) is an Irish writer, who is much better at writing fictional stories than he is about himself. He has a movie review website called crabtreereviews.com
Dan Goodfellow (Art: Operation Oops) is an internationally published artist/illustrator living and working in Glastonbury UK. As well as illustrating numerous books from Celtic mythology to childrens stories, album covers and posters, he has drawn the critically acclaimed graphic novel ‘Krik’ ( ‘The Scream’ 2014) for Serbian publishers ‘Rosencrantz’ and is currently drawing the series ‘Highlander 3030’ for Emerald Star Comics to be released later this year. When not drawing his ass off he can be found playing his drum on top of Glastonbury Tor.
PTSD by writer Chris Nicholson and artist Rafael Chrestani
Chris Nicholson (Writer: P.T.S.D.) is a writer from the UK. Based in West Yorkshire he lives with his wife and young son. Follow him on twitter @chrisnic1980
Rafael Chrestani (Art: P.T.S.D.) Born in 1990, abandoned career as a teacher to devote himself entirely to comics. His first professional job at age 21, with a magazine for the Canadian market. Currently, part of the renowned group of Brazilian comic artists ED Benes studio.
Retirement Day by writer Daniel Bell and artist Alfie Gallagher
Daniel Bell (Writer: Retirement Day) is a writer and artist best known for his work on Psircus
and the medieval set graphic novel, Defiant!
Follow Daniel at facebook.com/danielbellcomics
Alfie Gallagher (Art: Retirement Day) has had comic material printed through Uproar Comics, SCAR comics, Water Closet Press and Zarjaz. He has also self-published his own series ‘Charlatan Tales’ in the past few years. www.alfiegallagher.com
Ten by writer Stu Perrins and artist Scott Twells
Stu Perrins (Writer: Ten) ‘
Creator and writer of Demonic Advisory Centre, Prime and Harvey Spig follow him at www.twitter.com/stuperrins
Scott Twells (Art: Ten) is the comics underground best kept secret, as in almost no one knows of his existence. Let’s just keep it that way a while, huh?
The Immortal Lives of Working Men by writer Rhys Ware and artist Joe Palmer
Rhys Ware (Writer: The Immortal lives of Working Men) is slowly trying to be somebody. You can follow some of his work at www.swampeye.com
Joe Palmer (Art: Loan Sharks, The Immortal lives of Working Men) Comic book artist and modern day viking. His work has appeared in FutureQuake, The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, 100% Biodegradable
The Root of it all by writer Pete Hobson and artist Andrew Hartmann
Pete Hobson (Writer: The Root Of It All) is truly thankful for the opportunities he has been blessed with and for the love and support from his family and friends. Thank you, God bless. email@example.com
Andrew Hartmann (Art: The Root Of It All) is a graphic artist/illustrator from Pennsylvania. He is currently hard at work on a variety of projects, including the Shit Flingers, Obscurist,
and The G.A.T.E.
He once saw a UFO abduct three out of four cows grazing in a field. He is still not sure why they didn’t take that fourth cow. bless. firstname.lastname@example.org
What Am I Bid For the First Man In space by writer Mark Howard and artist George Coleman
Mark Howard (Writer: What Am I bid for the first man in space?) is currently homeless and writing short stories on an old BlackBerry. He’s still smiling, though.
George Coleman (Art: What Am I bid for the first man in space?) is the ideal gift for any occasion. Beautifully presented in an attractive gift box he comes complete with moving “Eagle Eyes” and speech function with phrases such as “Big boys made me do it ” and “I’d give it ten minutes”. Order now to avoid disappointment!