Wednesday, 20 May 2015

INCOMING! The Irony Fairy.

THE IRONY FAIRY is coming to Something Wicked. Written by Andy Oldfield and illustrated by Rui Mendes

Before becoming a psychotherapist, Andy Oldfield used to write for comics. He has now returned to his previous calling: instilling angst, dread and awe in unsuspecting readers. This is the first script by Andy to feature at FQP.

Rui Mendes:  "This is the second story that I have designed and I liked a lot, the script is very well written and I hope that the drawings correspond to the expectations." Rui has now drawn three strips for FQP, and is hard at work on another!

THE IRONY FAIRY is scheduled to appear in Something Wicked #11.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

INCOMING! The Last of the Camel Leopards.

The Last of the Camel Leopards is by writer Karl Brandt and artist PL Woods.

Karl is an Australian writer whose work can be found in The School Magazine, Decay, and Strange Stories of Fantasy and Fiction. He lives in Jakarta with his wife, Ita. This is Karls first work for FQP- it is not his last...

PL Woods work has previously appeared in Zarjaz, FutureQuake, Metaverse, Food Chain and a self published anthology called “Strange Stories” he is available for commissions and collaborations This is his third strip for FQP- Previously he has worked on Valour & Mettle in FutureQuake #24 and The Rogue Trooper strip 'Sniper Alley' in Zarjaz, the 2000 AD fanzine.

The Last of the Camel Leopards is scheduled for Something Wicked #11.

Saturday, 16 May 2015

INCOMING! An Intellectual Era

AN INTELLECTUAL ERA is written by Chris Tresson and illustrated by Miguel Echemendia.

Chris Tresson (Writer: An Intellectual Era) is a writer from the North-West of England. Look him up on Twitter or Facebook and say hello!

Miguel Echemendia (Art: An Intellectual Era) (Ech) has contributed art to many comic books and magazines such as Punk Planet, Free Mars (Ape Entertainment), and FutureQuake (UK). He currently resides in the Chicagoland area and splits his time between being bored and not bored.

AN INTELLECTUAL ERA is scheduled to be published in FutureQuake #30

Friday, 15 May 2015

INCOMING! End Of The Road

END OF THE ROAD is written by Lee Robson and illustrated by Jim Lavery.

Lee Robson (Writer: End Of The Road) is the writer/co-creator of the critically acclaimed OGN Babble. His work has appeared in FutureQuake, Something Wicked and the Accent UK themed anthologies. Find his blog at

Jim Lavery (Art: End Of The Road) Aspiring comic artist, pugilist, amnesia sufferer and pugilist. Bereft of trousers, desperate for human contact and urgently requiring chocolate. Seek me on Twitter: @jimlavery1 and be my friend. YOU HAVE THE POWER!

END OF THE ROAD is scheduled to be published in FutureQuake #27

Wednesday, 13 May 2015


THE WARM WELCOME is by writer Ryk Brink and artist Matt Sandbrook

Ryk Brink (Writer: The Warm Welcome) A Doncaster based writer; known currently for a spat of anthology comic work throughout the UK and US, straddling numerous genre's, inspired by H.P Lovecraft, David Lynch and Alan Moore.

Matt Sandbrook (Art: The Warm Welcome) is an animator and artist from England who has worked for the BBC, Aardman and several children's book publishers. His website is and his twitter is Matt Sandbrook

THE WARM WELCOME is scheduled for Something Wicked #10.

Monday, 11 May 2015

Incoming!- The Long Sleep.

THE LONG SLEEP is by writer Robert LeFebvre and artist David Valente

This will be Roberts third strip with FQP- Previous works were A Jagged Piece of Broken Heart in Something Wicked 10, and Perks of the job in FutureQuake 23.

This will be Davids first work for FQP, and hopefully not his last.

THE LONG SLEEP is scheduled for FutureQuake.

Saturday, 9 May 2015

Neroy Sphinx- Back in the game MEGA-POST

As usual with things like this I want to have some place where I can store all the various little bits we get in regarding the Sphinx collection.

First up is this amazing post from Johnny McMonagle after his discovery of the pencils for the original first episode!

Next is a review by Win Wiacek at the 'Now Read This' Blog. In my opinion this gets top marks for bombast and should be read aloud to achieve the right style! Thanks folks!