FutureQuake & Something Wicked- OPEN for scripts

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FUTUREQUAKE & SOMETHING WICKED- Open for submissions

FQP are pleased to announce that from today till Friday 31st March both FutureQuake and Something Wicked are open to script submissions.
If you want to take a shot at getting a script in front of some of the finest artists in the small press, now is your chance.
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However, we will be closing at the end of March so don’t delay. All scripts will be read in the order of arrival. Multiple script submissions are welcome but remember that FQP publish anthologies, so no serials. Good luck.

FutureQuake 07- now on comiXology

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Covers by Oliver Redding & Matt Timson

Now available via comiXology, FutureQuake 07, featuring contributions from Matt Timson, Andrew Bartlett, Mark Woodland, Dan Whiston, Kieran Murphy, Lee Robson, Phil Rigby, Al Ewing, Paul Scott, Anthony Rothwell, Chris Askham, Gibson Quarter, Johnny McMonagle, Jose Cano, Lonny Chant, Manoel Magalhaes, Oliver Redding, Tim Twelves and Peter Ankcorn.

 

This issue has been out of print for many year but is now available for a mere .69p! 

Something Wicked 01- Now on comiXology!

 

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Here we are with a blast from the past!

Something Wicked 01 has been out of print for a long time, but it is now available via comiXology!

This issue features the astounding work of PJ Holden, Mike Carrol, Ade Bamforth, Ed Berridge, Mark Woodland, Cavan Scott, Al Ewing, Cullen Bunn, Paul Scott, Arthur Wyatt, Bryan Coyle, Dom Reardon, Ed Traquino, Johnny McMonagle, Vicky Stonebridge, Julia Bax, Richmond Clements & Keith Burns.

All for a middling £1.49.

FutureQuake 2016-Winter, now on Comixology

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The good folk over at Comixology have just released FutureQuake 2016-Winter on the electronical comic-reading platform. So all of you out there who haven’t taken the option to pick up a printed copy (and shame on you if you didn’t) you can now get a digital copy all of your very own!

Click here to visit!

And while you are there why not stock up on digital editions of the other comics available?