A quick posting from the ever welcome John Freeman of Down the Tubes promoting the latest issue, with some very nice things to say.
In the past it has taken a fair few weeks to get this notification, but the fine folk at comiXology have notified me that FutureQuake 2020 is now available!
The direct link to the issues is:- Right here for your ease and convenience!
And the reduced price should help you digital readers to keep up. Remember that the best way to experience FutureQuake is to read a printed copy – these books are specially designed to enhance your experience.
Print copies have been leaving FQP all week (seriously, all I’ve done for the last two weeks is pack envelopes) but you can get your copy from The FQP webshop!
Join us for our biggest issue yet as we present 23 titanic tales to thrill you. Marvel at the latest chapter of Neroy Sphinx and wonder why we tolerate Dr Undermind! Discover why FQP is truly the home of tomorrow’s comic superstars. 100 pages for a paltry £6.50 from the FutureQuake homepage
Strips this issue:
writer: Charles Murphy artist: Scott Twells letters: Bolt-01
writer: Michael J Lyle artist: Ken Best letters: Bolt-01
writer: PD Loupee Artist: Sinclair Elliott Letters: Bolt-01
writer: Charles Murphy artist: Mattia Marini letters: Bolt-01
writer: Joshua Pardo artist: Marco Cantilliana letters: Bolt-01
writer: Joshua Pardo artist: Sinclair Elliott letters: Bolt-01
writer: James Sarandis artist: Scott Twells letters: Bolt-01
writer: Ed Whiting artist: Andy Lambert letters: Bolt-01
writer: Daniel Whiston artist: Dave Thomson letters: Bolt-01
writer: Michael J Lyle artist: Dave Peloe letters: Bolt-01
writer: James Alexander artist: Jonathan Scott letters: Bolt-01
writer: Adam Breen artist: Alan Byrom letters: Bolt-01
writer: Ali Knowles artist: Kaydee Artistry letters: Bolt-01
writer: Nathan McWhinnie artist: Matt Sandbrook letters: Bolt-01
writer: Logan Makwana artist: Ken Best letters: Bolt-01
writer: Danny Nolan artist: Patrick Walsh letters: Bolt-01
writer: Daniel Whiston artist: Jerome Canty letters: Bolt-01
writer: Matt Sharp artist: Rich Waugh letters: Bolt-01
writer: Mike Lynch artist: Tom Bonin letters: Bolt-01
writer: Alexi Conman artist: Sinclair Elliott letters: Bolt-01
writer: Matthew Hockey artist: Jerome Canty letters: Bolt-01
writer: Ed Whiting artist: Edward Whatley letters: Bolt-01
Available tomorrow – FutureQuake 2020 boasts 22 strips and comes in at a whopping 100 pages. The cover is by Tom Bonin.
True Believers 2020 is this Saturday, at the Jury’s Inn in Cheltenham. Tickets look to be £8.00 in advance and £10.00 on the day.
Appearing this year, for the first time – FQP! Yep, your favourite small press comics will be making the hazardous trip along the M5 to Cheltenham for the very first time, bringing visitors copies of FutureQuake, something Wicked, Dogbreath, Zarjaz and Neroy Sphinx!
But wait, that’s not all – scanning through the list of attendees you can also find:
The Awesome comics podcast folk,
Steve Sims – (who produces the Beast Huntin’ Battle Badgers comics – you have to see these to believe just how good they are),
Big Punch studios (That’s probably going to be Jon, off of Afterlife Inc),
Dave Broughton (with new Shaman Kane, I believe),
Disconnected Press (You ‘do’ have a copy of Sentient Zombie Space Pigs, right?)
Gustffo Vargas – His comics are just incredible.
Nick Bryan and finally
Timebomb comics – Some lovely lettering on their books…
Doors open at 10.30, so come along and say hi!
This weekend (09-10 November 2019) sees the annual trip to the North (relatively speaking for our Scots readers) to exhibit at Thought Bubble.
As usual, FQP will have a full selection of titles to enjoy – from FutureQuake to Something Wicked, From Dogbreath to Zarjaz and even copies of the Neroy Sphinx collection.
Come along, say hi and discover why FQP really are the finest comics in the small press.
BTW – if you are entering the 2000 AD pitchfest or art comp – I’d love to see the work at some point. More droids are discovered at TB, and via FQP than at any other gig (I believe)
The link above takes you to comiXology where it gives you more info on the comic, as well as the option to pick up back issues.