Thought Bubble 2017


This weekend sees the return of my favourite gig of the year (sorry everyone else) Thought Bubble! Two days of pure comics goodness, and many of the friends we’ve made along the way will be there too, from The Pychedelic Journal to Disconnected Press and even Killing Moon. Of course The Mighty One himself has dispatched hordes of droids from the nerve centre of 2000 AD and for many they are the highlight of the weekend.

FQP has always done well at this gig, and it has seen many a Small Press creator make the leap to fully fledged droid by entering the 2000 AD competitions. Good luck to all those who enter this year!

We will have the latest issues of all the FQP titles, including the brand new Something Wicked, making its print debut. We are also pleased to be hosting a select few issues of Massacre For Boys- so if you want a copy of one of those- drop by asap. They are few in number, but high in quality.

Finally- remember that all sales over £10.00 can claim one of my doodles- as seen on the Instagram, or I’ll draw one specifically for you!

Something Wicked 2017- Now Here!


I really should have posted this last night, but I was too busy packing envelopes for the pre-orders to be filled!

The first batch of SW2017 will be in the post, probably tomorrow, as I’ve still got some to sort, however- I’m very pleased to say the book looks great (The Red on the cover is particularly rich) and the contents do not disappoint.

Looking forward to seeing what folks make of this issue.

Something Wicked 2017

Art by Dan Cornwell

Can you feel it? The season has changed, the nights are drawing closer and there is a chill in the air. Time to hunker down and read the latest collection of tales from Something Wicked. In the latest issue among the strips we visit with demons, take a leisurely stroll in the woods, and then, following a major morning after the night before we discover that some things shouldn’t be on social media. And we even have a cover by rising Star Dan Cornwell to top it all off.

All for only £6.50 from the FQP Webshop.


Strips this issue:



Aokigahara by writer Travis Stunt and artist Luigi Criscuolo



The cover strip- Dark Net by writer Jimmy Furlong and artist Andrew Hartmann


He calls you home by writer Roddy McCance Sharp and artist Denis Vermesse



Hurt by writer Matt Sharp and artist Aileen Oracion


Jotun Fury by writer Karl Brandt and artist David Parsons.



One Hell of a night by writer Chris Redfern and artist Johnathan Scott.



Regular Deposits by writer Dave Wednesday and artist Kristian Carstensen



Sky Burial by writer Alec Robertson and artist Brian Corcoran



St@lked by writer Umar Ditta and artist Daniel Bell



Stupid Fuzzy Thing by writer Steven Fraser and artist Brian Rankin



The Civilised Hunt by writer Dan McKee and artist Carlos Angeli




The Coffin by writer Jason Brawn and artist David Spickett



The Cottage In The Woods by writer Alec Robertson and artist Rui Mendes



The Runaway by writer Marcello Bondi and artist Mattia Marini



The Void Of by writer Rodd McCance and artist Denis Vermesse.


This issue will be physically available shortly and the first public outing will be at Thought Bubble on September 23rd.

Dogbreath 33- Now Available

Cover by Pye Parr

Dogbreath comes knocking with a warrant for you. Discover why the world of the Strontium Dog has earned a place as one of the top strips in 2000 AD!

This issue is packed to the brim with top-quality thrills including:


Durham Red- Blood Debt by writer Santiago Mayaud and artist Hector Cervantes.


Strontium Dog- Bull Shot by writer Alan Holloway and artist Andy Lambert



Strontium Dog-Choice by writer Kehaar and art tornado David Broughton.



Strontium Dog-Kill Bonus by writer Steven Denton and artist Dave Peloe



Strontium Dog-Mission To Mars by writer Richmond Clements  and artist Alex Paterson


Strontium Dogs- Spud Murphy- Top Dog by writer Mark Keenan and artist Scott Twells

The ongoing Case Files this issue feature reviews of The No-Go job and opening section of The Final Solution by writer Leigh Shepherd

As always- available from The FQP site