sabato 4 febbraio 2017

100% Biodegradable 2007/2016


100% Biodegradable

A bi-monthly science fiction anthology from up and coming talent across the UK. Action! Suspense! Drama! Gigantic 50 foot tall guinea pigs! There's a little something for everyone.
 
100% Biodegradable #1
(IK, 2007)
 
100% Biodegradable #2
 (IK, 2007)
100% Biodegradable #1 released by Biomekazoik on April 2014.  
Gigantic rampaging rodents...Paranormal Ice-cream Salesmen...psychotic alien cab drivers with a deep hatred for advertising agencies...This science fiction anthology from up and coming talent across the UK has it all!

Creators

Dave Thomson artist, colorist, cover
David Hailwood artist, editor, writer
John Kirkham artist
Paul Harrison-Davies artist
Simon Mackie artist, writer
Stu Smith writer
Stuart Giddings artist
Tony Suleri artist




100% Biodegradable #2 released by Biomekazoik on May 2014.
Love struck space pirates, marauding mutant monks, vengeful photocopiers from outer space...all wrapped up inside 30 pages of glorious comic carnage!



  100% Biodegradable #3 released by Biomekazoik on June 2014.

Deep sea divers, deadly supernatural hell-hounds, loved-up aliens and lashings of wondrous carnage and mayhem!
Featuring strips by Mark Bertolini (Markosia, FUBAR Press), David Hailwood (Toxic, Strip Magazine), Tony Suleri (Scar Comics, Futurequake) and many more!





  100% Biodegradable #4 released by Biomekazoik on July 2014. 
 Hard boiled detectives, high speed car chases, brain harvesting aliens and adulterous martians! If you like your comics fun and freaky, you've come to the right place.

'Pure and brilliant pulp. 8/10' - Robert Wallis, A Place To Hang Your Cape.

'The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic!' - Alex Thomas, Pipe Dream Comics

'The stories are irreverent and funny, but the longform tales ooze action and the kind of wonderful craziness we've come to demand of the creators involved.' - John Freeman, Down The Tubes



  100% Biodegradable #5 released by Biomekazoik on August 2014. 
 Bursting forth from some of the most deranged minds in the comics industry come six self contained sci-fi tales;

The Thing From Another Postcode by Dave Roberts (Futurequake, Something Wicked) and Dave Thomson (Psychedelic Journal Of Time Travel, Dr WTF?)

Peter Elvis Twigs receives a remote control and instruction guide for planet earth from an intergalactic delivery man, and begins to fantasise about all the good things he could do for humanity and, more importantly, himself.

Job For Life by David Hailwood (Toxic, Strip Magazine, SPOD! Oddities From Space) and Brett Burbridge.

Jake Brikk, pizza delivery boy extraordinaire, has 30 seconds to make his pizza delivery; if he fails, the entire delivery business will be handed to the customer and Jake'll be out of a job. Can't have that - Jake loves his job with psychotic devotion.

The Golem Rises by Mister Roberts and Simon Mackie (Hallowscream, Temple Showcase)

Something is pulverising people, defiling corpses...leaving one helluva mess. Fortunately detective Ballard has an outlandish theory that just might make sense of it all.

Marren Kane by David Hailwood and Tony Suleri (Slumdroid, Cosmogenesis, Bulletproof)

Dragged against his will into the cities sewer systems by a deranged cult of partially sighted cyclops worshippers, mutant superfreak Marren Kane must face his deadliest enemy yet; a gigantic amorous squid!

I Married A Creature From Outer Space by Paul H. Birch (Creepy Kofy Movie Time, Bulletproof, Toxic) and Mats Engesten (Brainstorm Comics, Atlantis Studios)

A troubled couple go to a marriage guidance counsellor to sort out their relationship problems. Oh, how Mrs Twinkle rues the day that she married a scrawny little maggot of a man from Mars!

First Impressions by Graeme Neil Reid (Judge Dredd, 2000ad, Meanwhile)

Peaceful alien explorers land on Earth and attempt to make contact with its inhabitance. Just one slight problem...it's 85,000,000 B.C. and dinosaurs rule the planet!



100% Biodegradable #6 released by Biomekazoik on December 2014. 
Werewolf romance, undead wildebeests, murderous aliens, lonely giants, kung-fu kitchen antics...must be time for another slice of digital comic carnage!

Reviews:

"The stories are irreverent and funny, but the longform tales ooze action and the kind of wonderful craziness we've come to demand of the creators involved." - John Freeman, Down The Tubes

"The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic!" Alex Thomas, Pipe Dream Comics

"Good old-fashioned sci-fi escapism, and the art of Tony Suleri is worth the entrance fee alone." Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier



100% Biodegradable #7 released by Biomekazoik on February 2015. 
Along with your usual smattering of brain munching goblins, boneheaded barbarians and delusional psychiatric patients, Issue 7 of the 100% Biodegradable anthology features a new ongoing series - Death Duty, by John Freeman (Dr Who Magazine, Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Alan Burrows (2000ad, Starblazer, Commando).

'In a war-torn future, crime and disloyalty to the Terran Empire are punished with conscription into mercenary law enforcement squads: soldiers consigned to do or die in order to prove their commitment to the common good. The average life expectancy for a recruit is four months, hence the street slang for the job: Death Duty.

Dissidents in the Terran Empire are put on the infamous "List" - tracked down by Death Duty squads and terminated for their rebellion with extreme prejudice. For most of the Dutymen, exactly who they kill doesn't matter - until one of their number, Travis Wilson, begins to question the missions they're assigned and goes AWOL - a wanted man.'

What the reviewers are saying:

"A brilliant mix of dry humour, action, and story driven narrative." - Robert Bagley, A Place To Hang Your Cape

"The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the galaxys greatest comic!" Alex Thomas, Pipedream Comics

"Good old fashioned sci-fi escapism, and the art of Tony Suleri is worth the entrance fee alone" Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier



100% Biodegradable #8 released by Biomekazoik on March 2015. 
Inside this issue: a bad batch of booze spells undead disaster for St. Patrick's Day revellers, mankind sinks its trigger-happy teeth into intergalactic assassination, the president of earth sells his own race down the river, advances in gene-blending reveal a darker side to humanity, and Travis Wilson battles the demons of his mind in the continuation of eight part sci-fi series 'Death Duty' (all other strips are self contained).

Featuring the likes of John Freeman (Marvel UK, Judge Dredd Magazine), Val Ramon (D4VE, Outre), Chris Sides (Dark Matter, British Showcase Anthology), Dan Cornwell and more!

Reviews:

"A brilliant mix of dry humour, action, and story driven narrative." Robert Bagley, A Place To Hang Your Cape

"The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic!" Alex Thomas, Pipedream Comics

"Good old-fashioned sci-fi escapism, and the art of Tony Suleri is worth the entrance fee alone." Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier.



100% Biodegradable #9 released by Biomekazoik on August 2015. 
Inside this issue: A patient seeks psychiatric counselling when his dreams of distant planets begin to physically affect him, zombies cause bedlam at the local zoo, a man of medicine in ancient Egypt begins to raise heretical questions about his profession, an overly dedicated postman crosses a post apocalyptic wasteland in an attempt to make a first class delivery, a psychologically disturbed individual begins to lose his grip on reality after dying over a hundred times in his sleep, one lone soul crosses the treacherous plains of Yomi, and Travis Wilson attempts to drown his sorrows at a Martian casino in the third instalment of Death Duty (all other strips are self contained).

Featuring the likes of John Freeman (Marvel UK, Judge Dredd Megazine), Gary Crutchley (2000ad, WESTERnoir), Mats Engesten (Final Death Race, Autopsy), Paul Harrison-Davies (Boom Studios, Blank Slate), Tony Suleri (Slumdroid, Cosmogenesis) and many more!

This issue also features a hand painted cover by the ever-talented Alan Burrows (2000ad, Transmetropolitan: Tales Of Human Waste, and co-creator of Death Duty)

Reviews:

"A brilliant mix of dry humour, action, and story driven narrative." Robert Bagley, A Place To Hang Your Cape

"The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic!" Alex Thomas, Pipedream Comics

"Good old-fashioned sci-fi escapism, and the art of Tony Suleri is worth the entrance fee alone." Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier.



100% Biodegradable #10 released by Biomekazoik on October 2015.
Inside issue 10 of 100% Biodegradable: Truckers tear their way across Hell's Highway on an ill conceived mission of mercy, a lone soldier battles invaders and isolation, two apocalypse survivors face off against the psychotic android scourge known as The Milk Machine, the return of Jim Alexander (2000ad, Metal Hurlant) and Jon Haward's (Judge Dredd Megazine, Tales Of The Buddha) popular detective series 'Sideburns', and Travis Wilson crosses the hazardous mutant filled London wastelands in the fourth instalment of John Freeman (Crucible, Judge Dredd Megazine) and Brett Burbridge's Death Duty series. All this, and more!

Reviews:

"A brilliant mix of dry humour, action, and story driven narrative." - Robert Bagley, A Place To Hang Your Cape

"The kind of smart script and stylish art that would feel right at home in the pages of the galaxys greatest comic!" Alex Thomas, Pipedream Comics

"Featuring a range of styles, themes and ideas, there's sure to be something of interest for all comic fans." Ian J Simpson, Geek Syndicate



00% Biodegradable #11 - Moby Douche (Part 1); Whisper; The Big 4-0; Death Duty; Cackbeard the Pirate; Bloat; Surfwolf released by Biomekazoik on January 2016. 
Inside this issue: The eclectic crew of The Flaming Heston take a vacation in pirate infested waters, a middle aged barbarian sets off on a quest to restore his manliness, a downtrodden detective discovers the morbid truth behind an influx of street drugs, Travis Wilson takes a trip through the dark recesses of his mind in the latest instalment of John Freeman (Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Brett Burbridge's Death Duty, and a surfboarding werewolf goes head to head with the unhip menace that is Frankenteen in Kek-W (2000ad, Cap'n Dinosaur) and Lukasz Kowalczuk's Surf Wolf. All this, and more!



100% Biodegradable #12 - Moby Douche (Part 2); Operation Overkill; Red Rover; Death Duty; Cackbeard the Pirate; Bernie Quatro; Area 101 released by Biomekazoik on April 2016. 
 A career criminal tracks down the severed head of an android who holds the key to curbing his violent mood swings, the crew of The Flaming Heston come under fire from all sides in the concluding part of 'Moby Douche', rage, regret and betrayal threaten to engulf a space-faring soldier for hire in Mark Bertolini (FUBAR, Action Lab), Santo and Charlie Hogg's Red Rover, an ancient adversary reveals her true power to unwitting Duty Men in part 6 of John Freeman (Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Brett Burbridge's Death Duty, and a nation of hardy convicts seize the opportunity to fight for their independence in Chris Redfern (Futurequake, Sliced Quarterly) and Dan Cornwell's (Rok of The Reds, Dog Breath) Area 101.
All this, and more!




  100% Biodegradable #13 released by Biomekazoik on September 2016. 
A war hungry colonel cryogenically freezes himself in the hope of skipping ahead to where the action's at in Tony Suleri and David Hailwood's Everlasting Peace, a diminutive space skull seeks vengeance on humanities overlords in Kek-W (2000ad, Cap'n Dinosaur) and Lukasz Kowalczuk's (Aces Weekly, Vreckless Vrestlers) Tiny Skull Attack, Travis and Rourke take on a ruthless undead army of Deadbolts in the penultimate part of John Freeman (Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Brett Burbridge's Death Duty, and a young girl with incredible powers might be all that stands between humanity and extinction in Chris Redfern (Futurequake, Sliced Quarterly) and Edward Whatley's (The Gathering, Dober-Man) Atomic Control.
All this, and more!
 
 
 
  100% Biodegradable #14 released by Biomekazoik on December 2016. 
Inside this issue: a love-struck demon races against time to save his species, a misplaced rockstar struggles to find his feet in a hostile universe in Tomislav Tikulin (Analog, Asimov's Science Fiction) and Sebastijan Camagajevac's Rock Rider, mankind flees Earth to escape a zombie outbreak, Travis and Rourke confront psychotic trillionaire 'Masumo' in the action packed finale to John Freeman (Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Brett Burbridge's Death Duty.
All this, and more!
 


...A SUIVRE!

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