It’s Thought Bubble Festival weekend in Leeds, and we hope everyone there has a great time! There are some great things lined up, bringing some of the best creators in the world to the city including Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, Freakangels, Castlevania, RED), Greg Rucka (Wonder Woman: Year One, Black Magick), Comics Laureate Charlie Adlard (The WalkingContinue reading Thought Bubble Festival 2018 is Here! Are You Ready?
If the nights are drawing in, and the air has a chill does that mean it is time for this year’s edition of Something Wicked from Futurequake Press? It surely does. The celebrated anthology returns for 2018 with 23 tales and a host of creators old and new, wrapped in a stunning cover by MattContinue reading In Review: Something Wicked 2018
Back in in 2007 (or maybe earlier, my zombie brain isn’t quite working properly today), British independent comics publisher FutureQuake Press launchd Something Wicked, a horror anthology that included work from the likes of Cullen Bunn, Al Ewing, PJ Holden, Michael Carroll, Cavan Scott and Keith Burns. Whatever happened to them, eh? Oh, wait… Long out ofContinue reading The original “Something Wicked” creeps into the digital world, features early work by Al Ewing and more
The latest issue of the 2000AD-inspired fanzine Zarjaz (Issue 27), FutureQuake and other great FutureQuake Press titles are now available online from the Future Quake web shop. Featuring a cover by Neil Roberts, the new Zarjaz, on sale at this weekend’s Thought Bubble Festival in Leeds, issue includes the great-looking strip “Raid on Caliban” featuring 2000AD charactersContinue reading New 2000AD-inspired Zarjaz ‘zine, FutureQuake and more out in time for Thought Bubble
Just over a week ago the British small press lost one of its most hardworking and consistent artists – the incredible Stephen Prestwood. I’d worked with him – watched him drawing tirelessly for years, turning in an almost endless stream of art for comics, art jams, competitions – anything. He was as relentless as he wasContinue reading In Memoriam: Comic Artist Stephen Prestwood