Two new Futurequake Press titles FutureQuake 2019 and the 20000AD-inspired stripzine Zarjaz 33 are heading your way, both available from today! FutureQuake 2019 features cover art by Rafael Romeo Magat, and it’s an edition that sets to shock, surprise and scintillate as only the finest Small Press anthology can. There’s some terrific work in thisContinue reading FutureQuake 2019 out now, and Zarjaz 33, too!
Creators: Various: Publisher: Future Quake Press Out: Now The Comic: Out now from Future Quake Press is the Zarjaz Issue 26, featuring cover art by Paul Marshall, coloured by Owen Watts. Within the pages of Zarjaz 26, Peeps the droids smuggles six tales from the sub-sub basement of the Nerve Centre! The Review: It’s another great issue of the Continue reading In Review: Zarjaz Issue 26
This weekend 12th – 13th August 2017 will see the second ever Frome Comic Con which I’m afraid I’ve missed news about completely so apologies to the organisers. Frome, in Somerset, is home to Disconnected Press, run by Conor and Lizzie Boyle, and they’ve been doing their bit to bring some great writers, artists, bloggers andContinue reading Comics Take over Frome, Somerset this Weekend! (And watch out for Darth Vader, too…)
The latest issue of top British indie comic anthology Paragon – a glorious 64-page tribute to the late artist Stephen Prestwood, who died recently – is on sale now, direct from the title’s official site. Featuring 64 pages of fantastic art – strips and pin-ups, the collection includes stories written by great writers such as Jason Cobley,Continue reading Paragon pays tribute to artist Stephen Prestwood with 64-page collection
The Book: FutureQuake 2017 is back to brighten the boring, Inspire the indolent and render the jaded jubilant! Within the 100 page issue witness 18 possible futures including the latest instalment of the astounding epic, “Idea Space”. The Review: I’ve been promising to finish this review of the latest FutureQuake special for weeks, but otherContinue reading In Review: Futurequake 2017 (The “Idea Space” Issue)