Zarjaz #25- 01 days to go!

To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at the cover, kindly provided by Daniel Dwyer and featuring Rogue Trooper, which will be appearing in Zarjaz #25.

Art By Daniel Dwyer– click to view larger version

Daniel Dwyer (Art: Cover) After winning 2000 AD‘s portfolio competition at Thought Bubble 2014, I was happy getting my first gig drawing a Future Shock for prog #1932. At this very same festival I met Bolt-01 and came to know FQP! www.danielpdwyer.com

Many thanks to Daniel for this astounding piece of work.

Join us tomorrow as we launch Zarjaz #25!

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FutureQuake #28- 02 days to go!


To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at Revolution 1010, which will be appearing in FutureQuake #28 and is the cover strip for the issue

Art By Steve Austin– click to view larger version.

Mike Yeoman (Writer: Revolution 1010) is a writer with credits on BBC’s Newsjack, FutureQuake and Newsrevue, London. Additional writing credits and blog can be seen at www.flipyou.co.uk. Follow @flipyou_co_uk

Steve Austin (Art: Revolution 1010, Cover) has drawn for various small press publications including Zarjaz, Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, FutureQuake and the Gaelic language publication Ruaille Buaille and strives to one day draw for the greatest comic in the galaxy, 2000 AD.

As this is the cover strip, I can’t resist giving another airing to this little beauty.

Art By Steve Austin & Darren Stevens– click to view a larger version.

Join us in two days time as we launch the new issues of FutureQuake and something Wicked.

FutureQuake #28- 03 days to go!


To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at The God’s Tear, which will be appearing in FutureQuake #28

Art By Alex Paterson– click to view larger version

JJ Robinson (Writer: The God’s Tear) it’s only your apathy and a few tap’s on Google that keeps us apart…. Shame really, as I’m sure I’d make someone a damn fine wife!

Alex Paterson (Art: The God’s Tear) dwells in Salford, has contributed doodles for: Viz, DC Thomson, REX! in Toxic magazine and Hunt Emerson’s Ardnox High.

Some readers may have already made the connection, but this strip is a direct sequel to Second Chance, which ran in the pages of FutureQuake #24.

Join us tomorrow as we take a look at another upcoming strip!

Something Wicked #11- 04 days to go!


To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at The Curious Tale of Hartigan Hare, which will be appearing in Something Wicked #11.

Art By Bryan Coyle– click to view larger version

JJ Robinson (Writer: The Curious Tale of Hartigan Hare) “My six year old son thinks you should know I have spikes and wear glasses. So… hope that clears things up for everyone.”

Bryan Coyle (Art: The Curious Tale of Hartigan Hare) is a shadow of a man, who can be found as a face through a window, crying in the night at http://takecomfortinsilence.blogspot.co.uk/

This strip features framing pages with art provided by Alex Paterson.


Readers of this strip will also be interested to know that this strip features links with one of the strips in the upcoming Time Bomb Comics release- Bomb Scares-
This You-tube link provides a brief look at some of the strips featured in that collection.
There is also a Kickstarter for the Bomb Scares book, which by the time this post goes live will hopefully be complete.

What is the link? You’ll need to get copies of both Something Wicked #11 and Bomb Scares to find out.

Join us tomorrow as we take a look at another upcoming strip!

FutureQuake #28- 05 days to go!


To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at Monitors, which will be appearing in FutureQuake #28

Art By Wes St. Clair– click to view larger version

Jonathan Harris (Writer: Monitors) is a young writer from Seattle trying to make his break into the comic industry, hoping one day to sit among the great writers of the Indie genre.

Wes St Clair (Art: Monitors) is a published freelance artist and illustrator. He studied fine art for years at the Visual Art Center of Albert Einstein High School and went on to study at Mongomery College Schol of Art and Design. He finished his education in cartoon and graphic art at The Kubert School in Dover, NJ. Since graduating in 2012, from TKS, he has been published numerous times and is now working as a penciller/inker at IDW and DC comics.

Join us tomorrow as we take a look at another upcoming strip!

Zarjaz #25- 06 days to go!


To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at A.B.C. Warriors- Rover, which will be appearing in Zarjaz #25

Art By Martin Currie– click to view larger version

Martin Currie (A.B.C. Warriors- Rover) first drew Dredd in 1978, in the margins of his school books. Now in his fifties you’d think he’d have grown out of it. It would seem not.

This is Martins second strip in Zarjaz #25, and his inventive storytelling never fails to impress.

Join us tomorrow as we take a look at another upcoming strip!

Something Wicked #11- 07 days to go!


To herald the launch of the next wave of comics from FQP, we will be updating the blog each day with a look at one of the strips.

Today we look at the cover to Something Wicked #11, which is by Matt Sandbrook and based on ‘The Warm Welcome’

Art By Matt Sandbrook– click to view larger version

Matt Sandbrook (Art: Cover, The Warm Welcome) is an animator and artist from England who has worked for the BBC, Aardman and several children’s book publishers. His website is www.mattsandbrook.co.uk and his twitter is @mattsandbrook

Join us tomorrow as we take a look at another upcoming strip!