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Yet more Quantum, and a ton of Comic Cons! May Newsletter
Our Quantum Cover Competition!
Quantum’s off to a great start! We’ve got our distribution expanded because it’s been selling so well. But if you can’t find your copy, don’t worry! You can order Quantum at any newsagent, or get in touch with us online and we’ll tell you your nearest stockist!
Also it’s con season! We’ll be at MCM London and Lawless in Bristol this weekend (27t-28th May), but if you can’t make it there the team behind Quantum will be at Portsmouth Comic Con on the 3rd and 4th of June. Come see us!
Katie, Digital Overlord
Do you want to own a piece of history?
Get your hands on David Morris’ original inked cover for Quantum #1! Just take a selfie with your copy, then post it on Facebook or Twitter with the address & name of your Newsagent for a chance to win! This is open worldwide!
We’re doing our best to support the local shops who have made Quantum a reality, so it’s really important to name them. Let everyone know they’ve got great taste!
Have you got your Q Card?
If you've already bought Quantum No.1 have you applied for your Q Card yet? Full details of what the Q Card is and how to get one can be found inside our first issue - miss it, miss out! This is a mystery you will really want to solve…
ComicZine chats to Steve!
Want the skinny on Quantum? Get some behind-the-scenes info on just how this coic came together and how on earth Steve got it into newsagents! Read the full interview here.
And now on to…
Successfully funded on Kickstarter via it’s pre-order campaign! You unlocked a ton of battle cards too so look forward to waging your own Brawler battles later this year when it comes out!
Another fully funded upcoming Time Bomb title! Stephenson’s Robot, a new graphic novel from Dave West and El Indioi. This is the first title from Mr West to be coming out through Time Bomb Comics since we merged with Accent UK last year. It’s a 144 page colour Graphic Novel that tells the tale of the robot Kingdom, the result of the feud between Victorian engineers Robert Stephenson and Isambard Kingdom Brunel and we’d love it if you could take a look!