ComiXology Small Press Sale – FQP!

Over at comiXology they are having an end of year sale for small press titles and this year, for the first time, FQP are taking part.

The direct link to the comiXology publisher page for FQP is here.

As you can see from the graphic above, most of the books are now available for as little as 0.39p (GBP) which is an absolute steal (and possibly a little insulting to the creators involved) and if it helps anyone out there who is undecided about trying an FQP book – hopefully this will make it easier.

All the FQP titles available are part of the sale, and all apart from the very latest issue.

FutureQuake 2020 Winter – ComiXology

https://bit.ly/39AfdDr

Now available on comiXology — FutureQuake 2020 Winter is the digital edition of the astounding year end collection of tales from the finest creators in the small press.

Remember that all sales from digital editions will eventually generate income for the individual creators, many of whom toil with no reward in order to entertain you.

Available from comiXology here

Results – Best of 2000 AD retailer exclusive

Congratulations to — Michael Walters!

Michael is the winner of the competition to win a copy of the retailer exclusive of the upcoming best of 20000 AD!

Thanks to all those who entered and here are the relevant caption/dialogue.

First, from Dogbreath 38 — the 38th line of dialogue or text was the opening caption of ‘Hiraeth’ by Jonathan Macho and Robomonkey147

The 38th line of dialogue or text in Zarjaz 38 was taken from Steven Denton and Jack Davies strip ‘Everybody Owes For Something’.

Thanks again to all those who took part!

Last Chance to enter!

Last bump from me to remind all you Squaxx out there that this comp is still running. I’ll be announcing the winner on Tuesday morning, so if you haven’t taken the opportunity to pick up your copies of Zarjaz & Dogbreath 38, now is your last chance. After today I doubt the post will be in time.

Thanks to those out there who have entered!

Best of 2000 AD #1 – retailer exclusive. This could be yours!

Not sure of what I’m on about – look here.

Competition Time!

We are very pleased to announce that we have a copy of the first issue of BEST OF 2000 AD – the Retailer Exclusive edition.

How do you win this copy of one of the most sought after exclusives? Simple – all you need is a copy of either Zarjaz 38 or Dogbreath 38.

To enter the competition all you need to do is identify the 38th piece of text in a strip in either issue.

Captions or spoken word – SFX do NOT count.

Note – just in case I’m not 100% clear, count each piece of text —

If a balloon is joined to present multiple pieces of text, count each one separately. Therefore there are 6 pieces of text in the example above.

Then simply email in to futurequakepress@gmail.com with the subject header of ‘BO2K Competition entry‘ and write either the line of dialogue or caption that is the 38th in that issue.

The competition is open till midnight November 30th, so as long as your email has a timestamp within that window you are good to enter.

Finally – please note that this is not an official Rebellion competition, it is solely the responsibility of team FQP and my decision is final. Good luck all of you.

A note regarding FQP…

Remember that Zarjaz, like Dogbreath, does not have a digital release. If you want to read this book then you need to buy a copy.

Dogbreath & Zarjaz cost the same this issue as they did 15 years ago, the reason for this is simple. I work with a local printer and she charged me the same for this issue, as she did for the first one she printed. All the contributors work for free and the time it takes us here at FQP to put the issue together is also not paid for. We are here because of our love for the characters and the art form.

If you want to ensure that Zarjaz, Dogbreath or any book out there continues – buy a copy.

Zarjaz 38 – now on sale!

Cover by Kev Crossley

The latest and possibly greatest collection of small press talent once again lines up to bring an all Dreddworld issue of Zarjaz to round out 2020.

Inside you will find–

Tales Of Mega-City One – A Room Of Their Own by writer Lachlan R artist Cristian Navarro and letters by Bolt-01

Lenny Zero – By Any Other Name by writer and artist Steven Denton letters by Nikki Foxrobot

Tales Of Mega-City One – Disaster Dominoes by writer Tom Shapira artist Dan Goodfellow and letters by Bolt-01

Judge Dredd – Dredd Watch by writer and artist Dan Goodfellow letters by Bolt-01

Judge Dredd – Everybody Owes For Something by writer Steven Denton artist Jack Davies and letters by Bolt-01

Walter The Wobot – Keyboard Wawwior by writer Leo Healy artist JP Vilchis and letters by Bolt-01

Anderson PSI – Never To Perish by writer David Thomas artist Jack Davies and letters by Bolt-01

Judge Dredd – Dredd Watch by writer and artist Dan Goodfellow letters by Bolt-01

Judge Dredd – The Badge by writer Craig Dawson artist Michael Walters and letters by Bolt-01

Judge Dredd – The Gentleman KillBot by writer Adam Breen artist Adam Caudill and letters by Bolt-01

From www.futurequake.co.uk

Dogbreath 38 – Now on sale!

Surely some time in the future there will be a Galactic Crime Commission inquiry into just what went wrong with 2020 and who is to blame. In the meantime we have Dogbreath 38 to enjoy.

Cover by Kevan Maguire

Strontium Dog – Bar Brawl by writer and letters Richard Carrington and artist Brett Burbridge

Strontium Dog – Johnny Omega by writer Dan Pollard artist and letters by Andy Richmond

Strontium Dogs – Hiraeth by writer Jonathan Macho artist Robomonkey147 and letters by Bolt-01

Strontium Dog – Kill Or Cure by writer Andrew Williamson artist David Parsons and letters by Bolt-01

Tales Of The Doghouse – Office Politics by writer Leo Healy artist Scott Twells and letters by Bolt-01

Strontium Dogs – Most Dangerous by writer Matt Sharp artist Sam Weller and letters by Bolt-01

Strontium Dog – PSA by writer John Osborn artist Adam Caudill and letters by Bolt-01

Strontium Dog – Twitch by writer Craig Dawson artist Steven Denton and letters by Bolt-01

Strontium Dogs – Sub Space by writer Spencer Thompson artist and letters by Filip Roncone

All of this as well as two more case files reviews by Leigh Shepherd!

From www.futurequake.co.uk

FutureQuake 2020 Winter – now on sale!

Now available — FutureQuake 2020 Winter.

Cover by Kaydee Artistry

Not content with all the awful things that it has done this year, 2020 has caused Something Wicked to have to skip a year! However, the mighty contributors to FQP have enabled me to put out a second issue of FutureQuake to help salve the horrors!

25.12.1914 by writer Michael J Lyle art and letters by Noah Halton

A World Of One’s Own by writer Tom Dunn art and letters by Noah Halton

Balthazars Bizarre Bazaar by writer Alistair Knowles art and letters by Andy Richmond

Bunny and the Echomen by writer Matt Sharp artist Brett Burbridge and letters by Bolt-01

Copy Decks by writer Martin Feekins artist Matt Johns and letters by Bolt-01

Galactic Zappers by writer David Thomas artist Scott Twells and letters by Bolt-01

Green Team For Death by writer Dan Pollard artist Katie Pinch and letters by Bolt-01

Happy Glory Day by writer Michael J Lyle artist Rich Waugh and letters by Bolt-01

Hedge Knight by writer Dave Wednesday artist Kaydee Artistry and letters by Bolt-01

Humans and Aliens by writers Marcello Bondi & David Locuralotolo artist Mattia Doghini and letters by bolt-01 (Script by Geoffrey Crescent)

Membrain by writer Steven Fraser artist Matt Sandbrook and letters by Bolt-01

Neroy Sphinx- Keep It Clean by writer Daniel Whiston artist David Thomson and letters by Bolt-01

Next Stop by writer Andy Conduit-Turner artist Katie Pinch and letters by Bolt-01

Satanshock by writer David Conway artist Ed Doyle and letters by Bolt-01

Snatched From Death by writer Dan Pollard art and letters by Rafael Romeo Magat

Some Kind Of Limbo by writer Michael Westgarth artist Denis Vermesse and letters by Bolt-01

The Monsters Of River Thames by writer Petri Hänninen artist Jaye Franklin and letters by Bolt-01

The Tale of the Troubador by writer Daniel Whiston art and letters by Justin Wood

The Writing Challenge by writer Danny Nolan artist Ken Best and letters by Bolt-01

From www.futurequake.co.uk