Issue Six of Sector 13 is available to order now for shipping just after Christmas. 44 pages of story and art, this is another issue we are incredibly proud of. Simon McKnight's cosplay cover, featuirng good friends of the zine, Simon Crockett and Graham Alexander kicks things off in fine form.
Featured this time round we have a brand new fantasy story, Horse Sense, from 2000AD legend, Will Simpson. Fans of Will's work in the Galaxy's Greatest Comic are not going to want to miss him showing the imagination and skill that earned him such a key role in the development of Game of Thrones. This is something a little special!
As if that wasn't enough, we have a Misty-inspired strip written by Julia Round, author of the acclaimed "Gothic for Girls", a comprehensive and insightful book on the much loved girls's comic.
Julia brought all her understanding of what made Misty tick to the crafting of this tale and in Morgan Brinksman we had the perfect artist to bring it to life.
This is something very special, you can read more details on our 'news' tab and see how to get a 20% discount on "Gothic for Girls" from the publisher.
And 'c'mere, there's more', this issue also continues the story of the Sector 13 Judges with art by Scott Twells (including one of my favourite pages ever to appear in the zine. Ed.) and Laurence McKenna who's skill at forging the photstories increases with each issue.
W D McQuaid and Patrick Brown introduce new SD agents, Cameo and Hurt-box in the first of what we hope will be an onging series of adventures.
We also have the welcome return of Cat Byrne, whose art in the last issue gathered a lot of attention. This time Cat adds her skills to a story by Glenn Matchett that has delighted everyone who has seen it.
The issue is filled out with a strip by two newcomers to Sector 13, Ed Whiting and Mike Slattery bring us a future shock named, 'Lethal Weapons' that we think you are going to like.
Remember, we are always on the look out for new writers and artists for Sector 13 and for various other projects we have on the go at the moment.
Please send art samples (sequential work, not single images) or scripts to Sector13@Boxofrainmag.co.uk. And if you've sent something to us in the past few weeks or months, we'll be looking for stories for Issue seven very soon!
£7 (inc UK P&P) via Paypal to Sector13@BoxofRainMag.co.uk. The Family and Friends option saves us on charges but isn't compulsary and do remember to add your name and address in the message section.
"Another great independently-published anthology, the Sector 13 team have pulled out the stops again to deliver a heady mix of stories".
John Freeman, Downthetubes website.
"No morning cuppa should be consumed without a copy of Sector 13 magazine. Issue Six rocks!"
"Another creative leap forward from the crew behind Sector 13."
The One True Tharg
"Overall, Sector 13 is a fun comic with some great ideas and execution. Give it a chance; you may be reading the next big creator".
Steve Dishon, giving an american perspective from, Break the Fourth.
Following an incredible spring and summer where sales exceeded anything we could have anticipated, the first print of issue five of Sector 13 is now all but sold out.
Our reprint features brand new front and back covers from Joseph McCafferty alongside 44 pages of story and art.
Available for £7 (inc UK p&p) payable via paypal to Sector13@Boxofrainmag.co.uk or from our Etsy Shop for £7 inc UK p&p. (Charges may be slightly higher via Etsy to cover increased transaction charges).
Sector 13 – When I Lost Control
Laurence McKenna, Peter Duncan & the Sector House 13 Cosplayers
The Lament of Gravlax
Peter Duncan & Joseph Parangue
Gronks - The Gronk With No name
Alan Holloway & Ed Doyle
Peter Duncan & Donna Anita Black
The Terror of Titus Tower
Mark Keenan & Morgan Brinksman
The Long Walk
The Parlour Posse, Peter Duncan, Scott Tweels & Patrick Brown.
"Sector 13 issue five a hit, a very palpable hit. congrats to all involved".
Steve MacManus, Tharg.
"It's a ludicrously solid read, with thrills, humour and theological discussion. I genuinely think that several strips
would be very at home if you found them in 2000AD itself"
Alan Holloway, The Imaginarium Blog
NEW WILL SIMPSON ON ISSUE 4 REPRINT
Will Simpson, storyboard artist for Game of Thrones and 2000AD and DC comics alumni, had provided Sector 13 with a brand new cover for their issue 4 reprint.
Sector 13, issue 4, 40 pages. £7 inc P&P (UK), payable through our Etsy shop.
Sector 13 is a non-profit fanzine produced by the 2000 AD fan group, Belfast, Sector House 13. Its aim is to promote the group, the 2000 AD family of comics and the talented writers, artists, photographers and designers who give freely of their time and creative energies to produce the zine.
Under the careful eye of editor Fitztharg and produced at A4 size, with mixed colour and black and white interiors, the zine features unique photo-stories starring the cosplayers of Sector House 13 alongside strips celebrating the very best of the spirit of 2000 AD.
As ever, we are always keen to find new contributors and details of what we need and how to contact us can be found on the Submission Guidelines page you can find on the menu above.
Sector 13 Issue 1 & 2 Compilation
A 44 page compilation of the strip material from our sold-out, first two issues. Fantastic new cover by Lyndon Webb.
Includes contributions from:
Script Droids: Laurence McKenna, W.D McQuaid, Peter Duncan, Andy Luke, Simon McKnight, Logan Bruce
Art Droids: Andrew Pawley, David Yeh, Paul Malone, Duncan Vaughan, Jason Stewart, Davy Francis, Cat Byrne, Richard Harrison, John Farrelly, Lawrence Mckenna, Patrick Brown, Simon McKnight, Jawine Westland, Paul Malone
£7.00 Post Paid in the UK, Paypal to Sector13@Boxofrainmag.co.uk
Sector 13 Issue 3, second print. Cover by Stuart John McCune.
40 Pages of story and art. Our biggest issue yet.
Script Droids: Laurence McKenna, Peter Duncan, John Farrelly, W.D McQuaid, Alan Holloway, Glenn Matchett and Davy Francis.
Art Droids: Laurence Mckenna, John Farrelly, Simon McKnight, Patrick Brown, Jawine Westland, Damien Duncan, Scott Twells and Davy Francis
"After two excellent openers in the field of fanzines, the crew over in Belfast come up trumps again,
"An incredibly polished and accomplished piece of work".
£7.00 Post Paid in UK, Paypal to Sector13@Boxofrainmag.co.uk.
Cover artist Stuart McCune's incredible comics can be seen here https://d.rip/stuart-john-mccune
Sector 13 Issue 4
40 pages of story and art featuring:
BRAND NEW COVER FROM WILL SIMPSON
Sector 13 – High Maintenance
Laurence McKenna, Peter Duncan & Simon McKnight
Zero Sum Brain
W.D. McQuaid & Patrick Brown
Colin Sinclair & Simon McKnight
Bad Day in Mega-City One
Logan Bruce, Peter Duncan & Paul Malone
Gronks - The Legend of Snarki
Alan Holloway & Ed Doyle
Mega-City One - Ironic
James McBride, Peter Duncan & Joseph McCafferty
Colin Sinclair & Morgan Brinksman
Cover: Will Simpson
"Sector 13 continues to mature and craft wonderful stories in it’s universe. A magazine which started as a fanzine has now become one of the highlights of my comic reading year." Chris McAuley, Talking Comics.
We have a very small number of copies of the first prints of issues one to five of Sector 13, featuring the Cosplayers of Sector House 13 on the cover.
In some cases we are counting the number of copies left on the fingers of one hand. We are also just about sold out of the reprints of issue one and two, featuring the cover art of, Andrew Pawley and Cat Byrne.
if you are interested in one of the last few copies of these, please contact us at Sector13@Boxofrainmag.co.uk to enquire about availability and price.
|UK||Ireland and Rest of Europe||USA and Canada||Australia|
|Any 2 Issues||£11.97||£14.70||£19.00||
Any 3 issues
|All 4 Issues**||£23.00||£29.50||£33.70||£35.00|
** Will include issue 1 & 2 compilation. When you buy either four or five issues they will normally be sent as two packages.
Payment by Paypal, in Sterling, to Sector13@Boxofrainmag.co.uk
Payment sent as 'Family and Friends' to save Paypal charges is appreciated.
Prices include Postage and Packing.
Please allow for some delays, due to coronavirus we will be limiting Post Office visits to once a week.
Please include your name and address as a message with your payment along with details of which issues you want.