The Spark – Available For Pre-Order Now!

New from Fair Sparks Books – The Spark is available for Pre-Order now in print and digitally. Check out the details below!

Digital – Available now for £1.99
Physical – Available for pre-order with a release date 21st October – RRP : £3.50
Size: A4 Gloss Magazine
Pages: 24 Pages
The newest all-ages comic magazine is here!After a successful Kickstarter campaign the latest All-ages magazine from Fair Spark Books is here. A comics magazine for kids and adults alike. You’ll read about Monsters, Space Adventures, Alien Planets and an odd Robot Butler named Springworth. A project that will also benefit kids in long-term hospital care by supplying them with comic making kits to keep them from getting bored.THE SPARK is an ongoing magazine-sized anthology comic for kids. The host is a robot butler called Springworth and he’ll guide you through stories about the  dangers of outer space, monster filled alien planets, battles with alien races and a whole lot more!In the grand tradition of British comics this series will have stories and characters that young readers will love and ‘older’ kids will latch onto. We also don’t pander, these stories will feature real tension and excitement along with big dollops of humour and some gorgeous art.Fair Spark Books are a kids comics publisher who work alongside the Little Heroes Charity to supply comic making kits to kids in hospital suffering serious illnesses and undergoing long-term treatment. By pledging to this you’ll be helping out these children.

Issue 1 features work by Nick Brokenshire who took a break from his work on the Star Wars Adventures series for IDW Comics has done a cracking cover that will blow your socks off!

The interiors will be a mixture of ongoing five page strips and one-offs. We’ll explore strange worlds with ‘Shadows’ written by Aaron Rackley (Little Heroes Anthology) with pitch perfect art by Dan Harris (The Cosplayer that DOOMED the Earth).

A Panel from ‘Shadows’

There’ll be an extra helping of those barbarian fools ‘Gallant and Amos’. A Warrior and his Dragon pal who would have trouble running a bath are back! Rob Barnes supplies all the hi-jinks you’ll need with these two bumbling idiots who I guarantee you’ll fall in love with!

A Panel From ‘Gallant & Amos’

There’s exciting space adventure with ‘John Baton – The Final Stand’ where you’ll see in this order, a chase, a battle and a rather big explosion! Written by Aaron Rackley with art by Mike Dabrowski (Little Toe)

A Panel From ‘John Baton Chronicles’

‘Monster Spotters Club’ follows the adventures of two kids and their accident prone teacher as they wander crazy alien world ticking off encounters with monsters as they happen. Written by Tony Esmond (‘How to make comics with Springworth’) and art by Vince Hunt (’The Red mask From Mars’).

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