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In Review: Ro-Busters – The Complete Nuts and Bolts Volume 1

Ro-Busters -Nuts and Bolts Volume 1

Ro-Busters: The Complete Nuts and Bolts Volume 1 Written by Pat Mills Art by Carlos Pino, Jose Luis Ferrer, Dave Gibbons, Ian Kennedy, Kevin O’Neill, Mike Dorey, Geoff Campion Available from books stores, Amazon and comic book stores on the 8th of October (via Diamond AUG151677) The Book: 2000AD brings you the first volume of the Ro-Busters, featuring the restored original ... Read More »

Dream of Deadworld concludes, stirs unsettling 1970s TV memories…

2000AD Prog 1949 "Dreams of Deadworld" cover art by Dave Kendall

Not having been a Deca Thargo since 1997, it is rare that a 2000AD cover grabs me by the Id and will not let go until my ego and super-ego have reviewed that piece.   Many will think that the cover for Prog 1949 is a homage to the Brian Bolland cover from issue 1821 where we have Dredd almost as ... Read More »

Something for the Weekend: British Comic Shop Releases (2nd September 2015)

It’s a busy weekend for comic fans across the UK, with many in Birmingham for the ace International Comic Expo, offering a whole host of comic creators to meet and greet – and until next week, it’s the only place where you’ll be able to buy Brickman Returns, a new colour collection of wonderfully bonkers strips, direct from dedicated comics creator Lew ... Read More »

Panel Borders: On the Brink of a Brass Sun with 2000AD’s  I.N.J. Culbard

Brass Sun Hard Cover

Concluding a month of shows about ‘The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’ on the smashing podcast (and radio show Panel Borders, Alex Fitch talks to artist I.N.J. Culbard about his work for 2000AD on strips such as ‘clock-punk fantasy’ serial “Brass Sun” and the forthcoming “Brink”. Ian also explains his unusual method for drawing Dan Abnett’s anthropomorphic adaptation of The War of ... Read More »

Something for the Weekend: British Comic Shop Releases (26th August 2015)

2000AD Prog 1945

Here’s  this week’s list of comics on sale now in comic shops across the UK. As usual, our list highlights the work of British creators and publishers. Comic artist and writer Mike Collins picked up on this regular feature’s tweaked title last week by the way, and tells me he regularly takes comics in to  local barbers. Come on, folks – join ... Read More »

Nightmarish Dark Judges “origin story” coming to 2000AD

Dreams of Deadworld SNIP

It started with an artist’s dream – but now, the nightmare of the Dark Judges’ early days is coming to 2000AD. Artist Dave Kendall was inspired by a haunting dream to create his own versions of John Wagner and Brian Bolland’s classic Judge Death, Judge Mortis, Judge Fire, and Judge Fear characters – and now those versions are getting their own ... Read More »

Something for the Weekend: British Comic Shop Releases (20th August 2015)

Chief Judge down? Henry Flint's on Judge Dredd for 2000AD Prog 1944. © Rebellion

Here’s  this week’s list of comics on sale now in comic shops across the UK. As usual, our list highlights the work of British creators and publishers. You know, thinking about the headline I’ve given this item, wouldn’t it be great if there were more comics to read in your local barbers? And I’m not just taking a two month ... Read More »

Exclusive: Dave Gibbons’ Dan Dare cover for new 2000AD collection 

2000AD Dan Dare Collection Volume One SNIP

Thanks to Rebellion, publishers of 2000AD, we’re delighted to bring you this exclusive Dan Dare item! Featured here is Dave Gibbons specially commissioned and truly stunning cover for the first collection of the “Dan Dare” strips from 2000AD. This Dan Dare: The 2000AD Years collection – the first of two – is the first time stories of the space hero as ... Read More »

In Review: Future Shock: The Story of 2000AD

Future Shock: The Story of 2000AD

Directed by Paul Goodwin Produced by Sean Hogan, Helen Mullane and Stanton Media The Film: Future Shock: The Story of 2000AD is a fan-made, warts-and-all documentary on The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic from the perspective of its creators. From original editor Pat Mills to today’s crew via those who oversaw the dark days, nothing is held back (including language) as an ... Read More »

Something for the Weekend (22nd July 2015) – A little 2000AD for the weekend, folks?

2000AD Prog 1940

Here’s  this week’s list of comics on sale now in comic shops across the UK. As usual, our list highlights the work of British creators and publishers. Prize-winning British cartoonist Julian Hanshaw makes his US debut this week with the rich and meditative story of Tim Ginger, published by IDW/Top Shelf. Once a government test pilot, now a widow, Tim ... Read More »

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