Team captain Harry 'Slab Head' Maguire has been a dependable foundation in United's defence this season.
A 30th anniversary special to mark one of United's great European nights.
A cartoonish vision of in-form Luke Shaw as his Jedi namesake. The force is strong in this one.
While players still continue to receive abhorrent abuse off the pitch we celebrate the club's glorious black history.
A nod to ABBA with this illustration of veteran super-striker Edinson Cavani.
Scott "McSauce" McTominay gets a packaging design for his new brand.
3D Christmas advent calendar featuring a few famous names and retro kits.
A nod to the old Roy of the Rovers comic strip to highlight national hero Marcus Rashford's community work.
Lamenting the days when we could go to the game. This cartoon depicts the football businesses affected by the current lockdown.
The ultimate showman, Bruno Fernandes, is ready to wreak havoc on the league.
United We Stand is an independent fanzine for Manchester United supporters first published in 1989.
Since 2012 Fat Heads' very own Creative Director, Rick Baxter, has produced the artwork for the fanzine cover. Football illustration is an expanding service provided by Fat Heads.
Each cover is uniquely illustrated capturing the current mood or revelling in the past glories of the club from the fans' perspective.
United's free-scoring trio, Greenwood, Martial and Rashford, depicted here as the awesome hip-hop combo, Run-DMC.
Ole (and friends) coping with lockdown as he gets to work on rebuilding the club.
A Stained glass transfer window. Using simple lines and shapes to depict United's mixed-bag of January signings.
Following the recent passing of club legend and Munich survivor Harry Gregg, this superhero comic shows him about to rescue a pregnant passenger from the wreckage of the plane.
Tudor-esque painting of local Manchester lad Marcus Rashford, as Lord of the Manor - the 16th Century Wythenshawe Hall.
Illustration of midfielder Fred depicted here as his namesake Fred Dibnah the steeplejack as he looks to help United reach new heights.
Can Brandon Williams fend off Ashley Young and Luke Shaw to keep his place in this Christmas homage to Home Alone.
Recreating the famous United Review programme cover to celebrate United We Stand reaching a landmark 30th year in print.
Using cobwebs to outline the man known as 'The Spider', Aaron Wan Bissaka.
Cartoon of super-speedy winger, Dan James outrunning the world\s fastest animals.
Sketch/watercolour style illustration of striker Dimitar Berbatov (and his famous turn against West Ham) interviewed in this issue.
Minimialist design and retro-imaery looking back over the past six decades highlighting childhood heroes and the current absence of them.
Vertigo indiucing illustration of Ole and assistant Mike Phelan attempting to clean up the poor state the club finds itself in.
A dynamic collage depicting United's great comeback against Juventus in 1999.
This design is an homage to the iconic IKEA instruction manual to honour Swedish defender Victor Lindelöf.
A cheeky cartoon style used to depict Ander Herrera's 'win at all costs' approach to football.
A nod to retro travel poster art as Rashford, Sanchez, Pogba and Fred play with a new sense of freedom.
A new manager and a sun-kissed illustration depicting his finest hour in Barcelona 1999.
This layered Christmas card design asks fans if the untold riches from the East are really the way to return glory the club?
This design merges the current home team kit with shutter blinds for José to hide from the media, the players and the supporters.
Who is responsible for the post-Ferguson lull the club finds itself in? Riffing on the old Cluedo game board for answers.
After the highs of winning the World Cup, Paul Pogba returns to his club football in this ink and watercolour illustration.
Another formidable season for the goalkeeper who shares his name with Michelangelo's famous sculpture
80s 'Retrowave' style captures the mood as United's bad-boy, Ander Herrera sets his sights on the FA Cup.
Stylised photo manipulation was used here to commemorate the Reds epic comeback to spoil their city rival's title celebrations.
Jesse Lingard has fought his way to becoming a key player for United. His trademark 'JL' wireframes depicting his famous goal celebrations.
This homage to the old Kia-Ora cartoon adverts as Mourinho beats his rivals to sign Alexis Sánchez, "the roundest and juiciest orange from the top of the tree."
United could do with one of these legends right now seen here on this gritty sketch of former captains.
A Christmas jumper pattern for a Christmas classic chant. "On the first day of Christmas my true-love gave to me…"
A reference to the Bill Murray romantic comedy. Time is replaced by scores as José disappoints away against the big teams yet again.
Depicted as Leonardo da Vinci's famous 'Vitruvian Man' has Marouane Fellaini finally won over the United supporters?
Mourinho has assembled one of the tallest teams in the Premier League. The players become basketballers in a highly illustrated mock-American sports promo.
No longer can United afford to start slowly. Photo manipulation, illustration and 3D modelling were combined to create these wind-up toys.
The collection is complete! A full range of domestic, European and World trophies were uniquely illustrated for this sticker book set.
13 seasons of Wayne Rooney - United's all-time goalscorer.
United need to get back in the Champions League. Will José choose the right path?
From attacking winger to solid full-back. Antonio Valencia has adapted his game to become a mainstay of the team.
As United prepare to face Saint-Etienne in the Europa League we look back on the Red Army's infamous visit in 1977.
Our Midfield Armenian, Henrikh Mkhitaryan has just scored one of the goals of the season.
Mourinho needs the public backing of the fans now more than ever.
Spanish duo Juan Mata and Ander Herrera are quality on the pitch and popular off it.
Has exploding onto the scene so young finally caught up with the intrepid Wayne Rooney?
Always the centre of attention. It's impossible to ignore Zlatan Ibrahimović.
United have just paid a world record fee for their own academy graduate. Pogba's back!
José Mourinho - the Quiet One? The club, the fans and the press are in for one hell of a ride.
A Happy Monday's inspired cover to celebrate United reaching their 20th F.A. Cup Final.
School pupil by day, goalscoring wonder kid by night. Introducing Marcus Rashford.
It looks like the next manager of Manchester United maybe down to a choice between Heaven and Hell.
Ridin' on into town, cool as you like. Anthony Martial takes aim.
Louis van Gaal's brand of boring football is sending the supporters to sleep.
Van Gaal choke on the fumes of VfL Wolfsburg as United crash out of the Champions League.
h for the days of fast, attacking football. They may not have won a lot but these players knew how to entertain.
Battered and bruised but not finished yet. Rooney still has the fight left in him.
The Empire Strikes Back. Van Gaal and his faithful assistant lead the charge back into Europe.
The man from Bilbao, Ander Herrera plays with no fear.
Ashley Young has been one of the players of the season both attacking and defending the flanks.
Remembering THAT goal by Norman Whiteside in the FA Cup final 30 years ago.
Michael Carrick, the understated beating heart who made the team tick during the most successful period in the club's history.
An incredibly tricky run of fixtures coming up for United to negotiate.
Louis van Gaal is getting the results but this side used to be a Ferrari and is capable of so much more.
There seems to be absolutely no way past David de Gea at the moment.
A very Merry Christmas from loveable Spaniard, Juan Mata.
Celebrating 25 years of United We Stand with 25 memorable moments for each season of the publication.
Can the skillful Argentine, Ángel Di María be a ray of hope to the team?
Another drawn out transfer window. There was time when all you needed was a school desk in the centre circle and a superstar with a pen.
A welcome return to Adidas as the club's kit manufacturer and a chance to reminisce over one of their best shirts from the past.
The last manager couldn't hack managing at the top but the new one certainly has the balls to.
From boy to man. We say farewell to Ryan Giggs, the most decorated player in the club's history.
Evra, Vidic and Ferdinand. Three stalwarts of United's most successful ever side call time.
A new big money contract for the captain. Is he worth it? Damn right!
The topsy-turvy season continues with results wavering from one game to the next.
He's one of our own. Mancunican Danny Welbeck can't stop scoring.
The 11 teams faced and defeated by Manchester United in the F.A. Cup Final.
The Belgian wonderkid, Adnan Januzaj is the standout player for David Moyes' United.
Old Trafford introduces a singing section to try and boost the stagnating stadium atmosphere.
Chief Exec Ed Woodward seems to be tangled up in the madness of the transfer window.
20 years ago Sir Alex assembled the first of his greatest teams. The 1993-94 side had skill, flair, pace and steel.
Sir Alex Ferguson. The greatest manager the game has ever known calls time on 26 years of silverware, glory and success.
Trafford Wharf Bridge near to Old Trafford spelling out the 20 times that Manchester United have been crowned the Champions of England.
The precision and technical ability of Michael Carrick is the blue print for United's success.
A warning to all opposition strikers. David de Gea is so hot right now.
A United prepare to play the mighty Real Madrid we look back on the epic matches between two of the giants of European football.
He may have shed his locks but Rafael da Silva is proving to be a reliable full-back.
Robin van Persie is the missing piece that Fergie needed to challenge once more for trophies.
20 years ago United signed Eric the King and with it changed the history of the club.
A word map to celebrate every local United player from the Greater Manchester regiom.
Combining the Japanese flag with the current gingham home kit as Shinji Kagawa, has made an impressive start to his Manchester United career.
A twist on the iconic Stone Roses Jackson Pollock artwork to celebrate Antonio Valencia's great end to the season and the bands' comeback gig at Heaton Park.