Monday, 23 January 2012


FutureQuake is proud to present THE VENGEANCE OF LORD VENGEANCE by Emmet Fagan and Iain Lauie.

Sunday, 22 January 2012

This Just In: Whodunnit!

Coming imminently to the pages of FutureQuake, join inspector Homelock of the yard as he answers this most burning of questions- WHODUNNIT! is by John Howson and Simon Breeze. Currently scheduled to appear in FutureQuake 20, on sale in March.

Tuesday, 17 January 2012


Coming soon to the pages of FutureQuake; PROJECTIONS by Paul Penna and Stewart Moore. Sometimes, it isn't all in your mind...

Monday, 16 January 2012

1st look- RED PLANET!

Just completed this week ready for FutureQuake 20- RED PLANET By Peter Dabbene and Alex Paterson. FutureQuake 20 is due to be on sale in the first week of March! Stay tuned for more updates soon as the print deadline approaches!

Sunday, 15 January 2012

FQP Scripts Update.

Just so you know- in the time since the gates were opened, we have received 31 new scripts. And that doesn't count the two in my inbox this morning. Just letting you know that if we don't respond for a few weeks, it's not because we aren't reading.

Sunday, 8 January 2012

Recommends- Turning Tiger!

Available now from Renegade Arts is Turning Tiger, the collection of the story by Richmond Clements and Alex Moore. This collects the two part story of love, betrayal and giant robots that Renegade published digitally earlier this year.

In the interest of fairness I need to remind you that Richmond is one of the editors here at FQP; however this is a cracking little collection of a solid piece of work. Richmond has an ear for snappy dialogue and a clear, focussed approach to storytelling. The art by relative newcomer Alex Moore is also accomplished and compliments the story.

Rounding out the collection is a gallery of images by Michael Carroll, Alexander Vincent, Vicky Stonebridge, Chie Kutsuwada, Shane Oakley and Simon Coleby presents his alternate cover to issue 1.

Monday, 2 January 2012

FQP- Open for scripts again!

Well, it has taken almost exactly a year, but we are finally in a position to accept scripts for FutureQuake and Something Wicked once again.

If you have a story- one that is so awesome it deserves to be in the pages of the finest Small Press anthology on sale today; then you should mail it over to futurequake.comic@gmail .com

Scripts will be read on a first come, first served basis, and you should be warned that it maight take us a while to get round to it.


Sunday, 1 January 2012

Sold out! MangaQuake all gone...

Way back in the mists of time, there was an idea. Why not see if we could generate enough 'manga' style strip to put a comic out. We could, so we did, and MangaQuake forst appeared at the Brighton comic expo in 2005.

"Woo!", thought the team at FQP, we've got another comic out, lets get a second issue done... Well we had a bit of a mishap with the cover but we managed to put that behind us and get a solid comic out.

We completed 7 issues of MangaQuake in the end before we realised that it just wasn't working anymore. The issues were getting increasingly difficult to compile, and we never managed to get the audience right for the title; so it was with regret, we let it go.

Why am I wittering on now? Well I've just sold the last set of issues 04-07 that we had. Which means that all that remains are a few copies of 04 that were left over from an artist asking for 50 copies to be shipped over to the US for him to sell on- only to discover that he could not afford it, after promising me that payment was made. Lesson learned there. We also have the last few copies of issue 07, which features an astounding adaption of an Oscar Wilde story. If you ever drop by the FQP table at a con, ask me for a copy of MQ- You can have one gratis. I'd rather give them away than let the comics languish in my front room any longer than I have to.

Thanks to everyone who read MangaQuake, and by extension everyone who has supported FQP over the seven years we've been putting comics out. It really means a lot to us all to know you are there.