FTL

FTL is Orang Utan Comics’ flagship anthology series! Expect the very best quick fire stories in these pages, from some of the most exciting creators working in comics today. This is the comics anthology where anything goes! Vampires! Dragons! Robots! Ninjas! Knights! Vikings! Cheerleaders! You name it, you’ll find it in the pages of FTL!

“A rock solid anthology of sci-fi, fantasy and horror stories.”
- Brian Letendre, secretidentitypodcast.com

“FTL is a welcome breath of fresh air.” – Rich Johnston, Bleeding Cool

“FTL is fast becoming one of the UK’s best anthology titles.” – Edward Kaye, Hypergeek

FTL #1

The first senses shattering issue of FTL will take you to a future Earth ravaged by a war between humans and robots, you’ll see a young girl seduced and corrupted by the darkness of vampirism, you’ll ride with a group of vampire hunters as they hunt the last true vampire, and you’ll see terrifying beasts return from myth and legend to lay waste to mankind!

Black & white, 32 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet – $2.99

Available digitally:
Comixology/Graphicly/Wowio/DriveThru

FTL #2

The second stunning installment of FTL brings you a heady mix of post-apocalyptic visions, super heroics, werewolves and creepy ancient myths as we continue in our quest to bring you the best mix of comic book short story goodness available. Hmmm…or should that be “badness”? Anyway, this issue we’ve also teamed up with the fine people at Nightmaera to bring you the first part of their period horror tale, Secret Cross!

Black & white, 32 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet – $2.99

Available digitally:
Comixology/Graphicly/Wowio/DriveThru

FTL #3

Come with me, my fellow connoisseurs of the sequential arts, as we travel back in time to the hallowed halls of Valhalla, as we quest with an eighth century Frankish knight and as we return to the trenches of World War I for a twisted weird war tale! Yes, this issue of FTL has a distinctly historical flavour, with three of our four strips taking you on a journey into the mists of time! Our fourth story brings us back to the present with a bump, as a lone teenager debates his fate with the omniscient narrator of his life’s story. Alongside these we also present two prose stories, beautifully illustrated by exceptional, young photographer, Ashley Soltis. With our third issue we’re continuing to go beyond people’s expectations and set a new standard for comic book anthologies. So join me as I fire up the engine of my DeLorean DMC-12 and we go back in time…

Black & white, 32 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet – $2.99

Available digitally:
Comixology/Graphicly/Wowio/DriveThru

FTL #4

Inside the pages of this issue Josh Wagner and Steve Saunders engage us in an intriguing discussion involving death and art in Salvus; Melissa Hudson takes us back in time as we join Boadicca’s rebellion against the Roman Empire; Peter Rogers introduces us to the world of the Fifth Outlaw; and Michael Sacal and Greg Novak round out the issue with their spooky ghost story Witchfinder: Curse of the Poppet.

Black & white, 32 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet – $2.99

Available digitally:
Comixology/Graphicly/Wowio/DriveThru

FTL: YEAR ONE

FTL: Year One collects together the first four issues of Orang Utan Comics’ hit anthology series, FTL, into a single volume. Inside you’ll find stories set in the future, the past, on other worlds; tales of vampires and heroes, monsters and men, and so much more! There is truly something for everyone in the pages of FTL: Year One!

Black & white, 136 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet and the OUC Store – $9.99

FTL #5

We have some amazing stories from some talented new writers wrapped up for you in the pages of this comic. GM Jordan, Holly Rose, Rivka Jacobs and Alex De-Gruchy all have some terrifying and gruesome tales to tell. On the art side, we have the gorgeous styling of up and coming young artist Alex Moore; the bold, graphic and dynamic artwork of rising UK comics star, David Wynne; and we also welcome a comic book legend to the pages of FTL, as Paty Cockrum lends a classic comic book style to Dear Darkness.

Full colour, 32 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet – $4.99

Available digitally:
Comixology/Graphicly/Wowio/DriveThru

FTL #6

FTL returns from hiatus with a new look and new crop of the finest short stories from the UK indie scene, all under the watchful eye of new editor, David Wynne. Stop off at a motel with a creepy secret in The Man in Room Four; join a nightmare game of cards in Hell Oscillations; and, finally, a small boy rides along with a one man army in Vigilante and Me.

Full colour, 24 pages.

Available in print from IndyPanet – $3.99

Available digitally:
Comixology/Graphicly/Wowio/DriveThru

One response to “FTL

  1. Pingback: The Comics Podcast Network » Where Monsters Dwell 187 with Alex Moore

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s