Because It’s There by writer Matthew Hockey and artist Michael Walters. Letters by Bolt-01
Cereal Wars by writer Ryan Haack and artist Tom Barton. Letters by Tom Barton
Diabolical Device of Doctor Undermind by writer Matt Sharp and artist Richard Waugh. Letters by Bolt-01
Fax Man & Robbing by writer Chris Redfern and artist Luke Kemp-James. Letters by Bolt-01
Fragile Vessels by writer Mark McCann and artist David Yeh. Letters by Bolt-01
Infernal Technology by writer Drew Dillon and artist Michael Walters. Letters by Bolt-01
Insidious Invention of Doctor Undermind by writer Matt Sharp and artist Richard Waugh. Letters by Bolt-01
Mika and the god heart by writer Tim West and artist Rafael Romeo Magat. Letters by Rafael Romeo Magat
NeroySphinx-Junkyard Shopping by writer Daniel Whiston and artist Dave Thomson. Letters by Bolt-01
On the ledge by writer Thomas Trang and artist J.P. Vilchis. Letters by Bolt-01
Plot Hole by writer Lawrence Rider and artist Sinclair Elliott. Letters by Bolt-01
Resignation Notice by writer Brian Pearlman and artist Miguel Echemendia. Letters by Miguel Echemendia
Starship SOS by writer Ant Garnon and artist Alex Paterson. Letters by Bolt-01
Temple of the Giant by writer Joshua Spiller and artist Mike Bunt. Letters by Bolt-01
The Farm by writer Lee Robson and artist Brett Burbridge. Letters by Bolt-01
The Future Is Actually Pretty Great by writer Alexi Conman and artist Scott Twells (with colour by Owen Watts). Letters by Bolt-01
The Gods Thought Otherwise by writer Stephen Frame and artist Richard Waugh. Letters by Bolt-01
The Tale of the Privy by writer Dan Whiston and artist Will Pickering. Letters by Will Pickering
The Way of the dinosaur by writer Adam Breen and artist Anthony Summey. Letters by Anthony Summey
Tito’s Homegrown by writer Gilbert Smith and artist Jim Lavery. Letters by Bolt-01
Too Much Like HARD Work by writer Dan Pollard and artist Dan Goodfellow. Letters by Bolt-01
Remember that print copies are limited- the last 2 issues of FQ have both sold out and these days print costs make small runs prohibitively pricey. Get yourself a copy while you can.
Mattia Marini is a new artist to the pages of FQP, and is the artist on the ‘Wanted’ strip scheduled to appear in FutureQuake.
Bio: Mattia Marini (Art: Wanted) Born in Venice in 1992, in 2011 he graduated from Artistic Highschool in Venice. Ranked in the top 8 position in the national contest “Liscapaz” in 2010. Currently is studying incision at the Art Academy of Venice.
Mattia has mainly worked for writer Marcello Bondi, and it was Marcello that sent us the following pages. We declined to present this strip in print, but we feel the artwork os so strong that the pages deserve to be seen.
We at FQP are sure you will all agree that Mattia is a talent and once his work begins to appear in the pages of FQP you will see why.
Thanks to Marcello & Mattia for agreeing to let us present these pages.
It is with great pleasure that I can announce that Paul Penna is one of the runners-up in this years ‘Top Cow’ Talent search.
“In previous years, Runners-Up have been given the chance to write 8 page backup strips for Top Cow. I think the plan is to do the same again this year. Which means, sometime next year, I’ll have a professional writing credit.” says Paul.
Paul has had three strips already published here at FQP:
Projections in FQ #20 (recently reprinted in 100% biodegradeable) with Artist Stewart Moore
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!
END OF THE ROAD is scheduled to be published in FutureQuake #27
The methods used in comic creation are continually surprising. PART OF THE PROCESS is one of the more unusual I’ve encountered. The art was done ‘before’ the story. Who The Fanzine? I hear you exclaim, that can’t work, but it does in this case. The art & plot were provided by Jim Lavery and the script was sculpted by Lee Robson. The results will be available for all to see in the next FutureQuake.