2000AD, Treasury of British Collections and Specials – 2023

A guide to all announced 2000AD and Treasury of British Collections and Specials for 2023 so far. Links where available are AmazonUK Affiliate Links – using these helps support downthetubes, thank you – but of course all these books will be available from comic shops, book shops and Rebellion direct – and the 2000AD and Treasury web shops offer exclusive editions, unavailable elsewhere.

Last Updated: Wednesday 22nd November 2023
Added details of the first issue of the SMASH! three-issue mini series

We aim to add and revise this page if new items, are announced or release dates change. Please note that some covers may not be final.

• Unless otherwise stated, links below are either AmazonUK or Forbidden Planet Affiliate links – using these helps support downthetubes, thank you – but of course all these books will be available from comic shops, book shops and Rebellion direct – and the 2000AD and Treasury web shops offer exclusive editions, unavailable elsewhere

Check out our full guide to 2000AD and Treasury of British Comics releases in 2022 here

Check out our full guide to 2000AD and Treasury of British Comics releases in 2021 here

Check out our guide to all Roy of the Rovers collections, new books and graphic novels here

January 2023

Feral & Foe
by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson
Out: 3rd January 2023 | Date via Rebellion
160 pages
ISBN: 978-1786187734

Feral & Foe by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson

2000AD‘s sword-and-sorcery hit series from the minds of Dan Abnett (Warhammer) and Richard Elson (Thor).

It is five years after the Last-of-All-War, when the Monarchy succeeded in defeating the Malign Lord. With their leader dead, his minions are scattered, fleeing retribution from the Wretchfinders. Necromancer Bode and warrior Wrath are two such beings, and were offered a deal ― hunt and kill their own kind or be declared FERAL & FOE.

This brand new fantasy series, which brings back together the creators on the hit 2000AD series Kingdom, is a must read for fans of Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones, and players of the legendary Dungeons & Dragons!

Best of 2000AD Volume 2: The Essential Gateway to the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic
by Al Ewing, Colin Wilson, et al
Out: 17th January 2023
192 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786188724

Best of 2000AD Volume 2: The Essential Gateway to the Galaxy's Greatest Comic

Best of 2000AD is a landmark series from the cult comic, bursting with the comic’s greatest stories for a new generation of readers.

Every Best of 2000AD contains a mix of modern classics and gems from the vault. In each edition you’ll find an explosive new Judge Dredd adventure, fresh essays by prominent popular culture writers, a graphic novel-length feature presentation by global legends and a vintage Dredd case.

In this volume: Judge Dredd hunts untraceable assassins firing “Magic Bullets”, by Al Ewing and Colin Wilson; even robots get the “Red Planet Blues” from Alan Moore, Steve Dillon and John Higgins; not even Mega City One’s brightest can escape “The Vampire Effect”; and join the front line of the resistance against intergalactic bigots in Gothic masterpiece “Nemesis The Warlock”!

Boasting brand new covers from an all-star line-up of artists including Becky Cloonan (The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys) and Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead) with designer Tom Muller (X-Men), Best of 2000AD is the essential gateway into the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic.

The Ballad of Halo Jones: Full Colour Omnibus Edition
By Alan Moore and Ian Gibson, coloured by Barbara Nosenzo
Out: 19th January 2023 | Announced by Rebellion in February 2022
Hardcover | 240 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187703

The Ballad of Halo Jones: Full Colour Omnibus Edition

Where did she go? Out. What did she do? Everything…

Alan Moore and Ian Gibson’s ground-breaking feminist space opera and science fiction classic, The Ballad of Halo Jones, is to be published in a full colour hardcover omnibus for the first time. The artwork is to be restored and lovingly coloured by Barbara Nosenzo, and the collection will feature extra content.

This radical and revolutionary series remains one of Moore’s most beloved and lauded stories and this new omnibus edition brings together Nosenzo’s colour work on the three books of Halo Jones, previously only available as separate volumes.

Barbara Nosenzo’s sensitive and enthralling colour work on Gibson’s art was a revelation when published as three separate volumes on 2018, and the omnibus is an opportunity for fans old and new to experience the worlds of Halo Jones afresh. The project was the first major English language work by the Italian colourist, who was talent-spotted by Rebellion at the Angouleme comics festival in France, and has since gone on to work on the science fiction series Deep Beyond from Image Comics.

A cultural icon and a high water mark for both science fiction and British comics, this timeless tale from the writer of Watchmen and V for Vendetta follows one woman’s journey through dead-end jobs, deadly wars, and personal tragedy, as she changes from an innocent teenager into a world-weary woman.

Described by award-winning author Lauren Beukes as her “first love” and “first role model”, Halo is an ordinary woman in extraordinary circumstances. Trapped in a crowded housing project floating off the coast of Manhattan, a dystopian world where jobs are scarce and excitement non-existent, a bored Halo dreams of escaping out into the galaxy any way she can to rewrite her destiny.

But in a city where dangerous riots happen at the slightest provocation and even going to the shops is an ordeal requiring careful planning and a handful of zen-inducing-grenades, the price of freedom might prove to be more than she bargained for. And even when she does get out, there are challenges awaiting her in the cosmos that she could never possibly imagine or be prepared for.

First published in weekly instalments between 1984 and 1986, Halo Jones is Moore at his most inventive and empathic best, following Halo as she explores the galaxy while also, through both victory and tragedy, finding herself. It was Moore’s last work for 2000AD before he went on to make comics history with fellow 2000AD alumni, Dave Gibbons on Watchmen and Brian Bolland on Batman: The Killing Joke, at DC Comics.

The Steel Claw: The Cold Trail
by Tom Tully and Jesus Blasco
Out: 19th January 2023
128 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786186591

The Steel Claw - The Cold Trail

The Steel Claw, Louis Crandell, is assigned by the chief of the Shadow Squad to protect the four most important nuclear scienticts as they meet for a secret conference. The assignment goes badly wrong, as the scientists are frozen solid and their assassin chooses death over arrest The Steel Claw must redeem his reputation and find out who ordered the assassination.

This cold war thriller is pure sixties spy adventure story drawn in a graphic noir style by Jesus Blasco.

Joe Pineapples: Tin Man (A.B.C. Warriors)
by Pat Mills, Simon Bisley, et al. 
Out: 27th January 2023
ISBN: 978-1786184931

Joe Pineapples: Tin Man (A.B.C. Warriors)

Stranded for millions of years on an asteroid is hard work – especially when you only have a sewage droid for company! A.B.C. Warrior and ace robotic sniper, Joe Pineapples, looks back over his life as he seeks to unravel the mystery and the meaning behind an I.D. plate that he has carried around since his days as an X-terminator fighting in the Volgan War.


A Very British Affair: The Best of Classic Romance Comics
by David Roach, Shirley Bellwood, et al.
Out: 2nd February 2023 | Read our news story
Hardcover | 224 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187710

A Very British Affair by David Roach

Curated by Eisner-nominated historian and artist David Roach, A Very British Affair charts the stratospheric rise of romance comics in postwar Britain with a selection of the greatest romance comics ever printed in the UK. Featuring an eclectic mix of artists from Spain, Italy, and the UK, this collection unearths the sensual art and emotional writing which delighted generations of comics readers. 

Featuring over 50 comics stories – many of which have never been reprinted before – this lavish book is a stunning tribute to the often uncredited creators who crafted an industry of love. Roach shines a spotlight on the Spanish and Italian artists who dominated romance, as well as the genre’s forgotten female contributors, like Jenny Butterworth, Pat Tourett and Diane Gabbott. Featuring art by comics icons like Shirley Bellwood (Misty), Jordi Bardia Romero (Axa), Mike Hubbard (Jane), Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd), John M. Burns (James Bond), Trini Tinture (A Spell of Trouble) Jesus Redondo (Kitty PrydeNemesis the Warlock) and Ian Gibson (The Ballad of Halo Jones), this is the ultimate celebration of love, loss and lust in postwar Britain.

Strontium Dog Search and Destroy 2 – The 2000AD Years
by John Wagner, Alan Grant, et al
Out: 2nd February 2023
Hardcover | 192 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786188359

Strontium Dog Search and Destroy 2 - The 2000AD Years

Strontium Dog Search and Destroy – The 2000AD Years collects the earliest SD strips to appear in 2000AD after the sci-fi comic it originally appeared in, Starlord, was merged with the ‘galaxy’s greatest comic!’

Co-created by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra, the team behind Judge Dredd, this collection includes the beautifully-coloured spreads that appeared in the original 2000AD run and includes the classic Strontium Dog story, “Portrait Of A Mutant”. This pivotal tale explored Johnny Alpha’s past and introduced such memorable characters as the knobbly-headed Middenface McNulty and the Torso from Newcastle.

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 41
by John Wagner, Alan Grant, et al
Out: 2nd February 2023
288 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187741

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 41

In Mega-City One the Judges are a hardened police force acting as judge, jury and executioner. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd. He is the Law, and these are his stories. 

This latest collection of Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files sees Dredd continue to track down the murderous PJ Maybe, take the Scottish artist Kenny Who to court, and stop the angry war veteran-turned-Mandroid Nate Slaughterhouse. Written by John Wagner (A History of Violence) with drawn by a host of acclaimed artists including Kev Walker (The Eternals), Cam Kennedy (Star Wars), and Carlos Ezquarra (Preacher),this is Judge Dredd at his pulse-pounding best!


Devlin Waugh: The Reckoning
by Ales Kot, Patrick Goddard and Mike Dowling
14th March 2023
160 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187765

Devlin Waugh: The Reckoning

2000 AD‘s debonair vampire exorcist, Devlin Waugh, is back – and he’s more outrageous and dangerous than ever!

From writer Aleš Kot (ZeroSecret Avengers) and artists Patrick Goddard (Savage) and Mike Dowling (Unfollow) comes an exciting, shocking, and darkly hilarious new collection of Devlin’s latest adventures.

Judge Dredd: Regicide
by Arthur Wyatt, Rob Williams, et al
14th March 2023
128 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187949

Judge Dredd: Regicide

Orlok the Assassin is Back! Judge Dredd thought that Orlok the Assassin, one of his most nefarious enemies – responsible for infecting Mega-City 1’s citizens with Block Mania during the Apocalypse War, and the murder of Judge Giant Snr – was dead. But Orlok appears to be back, and responsible for a shocking wave of murders. Even more troubling, Orlok is not alone, and is working with La Reine Rouge, a brutal Crimelord who is trying to take over Europe. Can Dredd stop the Red Queen’s sinister plans before it’s too late?

Writers Arthur Wyatt (Dredd/Anderson: The Deep End) and Rob Williams (Suicide Squad, Judge Dredd: Control), team up with fan favourite artist Jake Lynch (Proteus Vex) to tell an action-packed adventure that will change Dredd’s world – forever!

The Leopard From Lime Street 3
by Tom Tully, Eric Bradbury, et al
Out: 16th March 2023
192 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786188304

The Leopard From Lime Street Volume 3

The third collection of Britain’s best-loved homegrown superhero, collects stories published in Buster from1978 through to 1979.

Billy Farmer, AKA the Leopardman continues to juggle his tough home life with his career as Selbridge’s premier superhero! As the Leopardman, Billy has managed to thwart countless dastardly villains, but now he faces an all new challenge as The Snow Beast is in town, intent on causing chaos during a cold winter…

Hawk the Slayer – Watch For Me In The Night
by Garth Ennis and Henry Flint
Out: 28th March 2023
128 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187772

Hawk the Slayer - Watch For Me In The Night

Years after the defeat of Voltan, Hawk is still wary of the return of the Black Wizards, and so The Table of Five gathers once more; Hawk, Gort, Crow, and the Witch, are joined by Bella and a young bard called Wain, who wishes to turn their adventure into a new saga. The story of the cult classic film continues with this comic book sequel, prefaced by an adaptation of the film itself, so that no reader is left behind. This is sword-and-sorcery epic will leave readers astonished with both the revelations and the action contained within.

Pandora Perfect
by Roger Langridge and Brett Parson
Out: 30th March 2023
80 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786188045

Pandora Perfect

Hold on to your pearls! 

For when criminal genius, sometimes babysitter and all round bad ‘un Pandora Perfect is broken out of prison by her faithful robot Gort, no one’s valuables are safe! Pandora and Gort set out on the heist of their lives, stealing fabulous jewels, pickpocketing guffwarblers, and investigating the secrets of a moon made of sausage! 

The breakout star of 2000 AD’s acclaimed Regened specials, Pandora swindles, cheats and lies her way to infamy and riches in this hilarious collection by Roger Langridge (Bill and Ted are Doomed) and Brett Parson (Tank Girl). So, hide your heirlooms, lock up your loot and hold on tight! When Pandora and Gort are around, its sure to be Supercalifagilis-Twisted-and-Explosive!


Essential Judge Dredd: Judgement Day
by Garth Ennis, Carlos Ezquerra, et al
Out: 11th April 2023
160 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187789

Essential Judge Dredd: Judgement Day

The essential Judge Dredd graphic novel series – this is the ultimate introduction to the Lawman of the Future!

It is Judgement Day! Sabbat the Necromagus has resurrected every corpse in the whole world to serve as his zombie horde. All over the globe the Judges are facing unimaginable odds, but then the unthinkable happens and time traveling Strontium Dog, Johnny Alpha, arrives to lend Dredd a hand. It is the team-up of the century as Dredd and Alpha destroy out the walking dead!

The Best of Jane Bond
by Mike Hubbard
Out: 13th April 2023 | Read our news story
196 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786188021

The Best of Jane Bond - Cover

It’s the Swingin’ Sixties, and there’s only one spy standing between crime and world domination – and her name is Jane Bond! 

Jane Bond, Secret Agent, is the finest spy on Worldpol’s roster. Armed with her wits, her fists, and an array of futuristic tech, she is our last line of defense against a international criminal underworld. From fighting a school of super villainesses, to foiling plans to melt to Artic ice caps, to escaping the clutches of a giant mechanical lobster, there’s no shortage of dangerous missions Jane must undertake for Queen and Country!

This collection of campy espionage adventure from 1960s girls’ comic Princess Tina is lovingly restored to its full glory, and is lavishly illustrated throughout by Mike Hubbard, the artist of iconic Daily Mirror strip “Jane”.


10,000 Disasters of Dort
Paperback – 4th May 2023
by Mike Butterworth, Jose Ortiz, Jose Gonzalez
80 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189493

10,000 Disasters of Dort

First published in the weekly comic, Lion, in 1968, 10,000 Disasters of Dort is set in the year 2000. In fifty years time, the planet Dort will collide with its sun and be destroyed. Ratta, the dictator of Dort has chosen Earth as a new home for his people… but first he is creating ten thousand disasters to wipe out all human life!

Only Britain’s best scientist, Professor Mike Dauntless, has the mind and spirit to stop Ratta from destroying humankind…

After running in Lion in the issue cover dated 18th May to 23rd November 1968 “The 10,000 Disasters of Dort” (we’re guessing the strip ended well short of 10,000 disasters), it was reprinted in the same weekly comic, in its final issus cover dated 22nd December 1973 to 4th May 1974.

Mike Dauntless also made a standalone appearance in the 1970 Lion annual, in a strip titled “The Plague of Locusts”.

Best of 2000AD Volume 3 
Paperback – 9th May 2023
192 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189943

Best of 2000 AD Volume 3: The Essential Gateway to the Galaxy's Greatest Comic

Best of 2000AD is a landmark series from the cult comic, bursting with our greatest stories for a new generation of readers.

Every Best of 2000AD contains a mix of modern classics and gems from the vault. In each edition you’ll find an explosive new Judge Dredd adventure, fresh essays by prominent popular culture writers, a graphic novel-length feature presentation by global legends and a vintage Dredd case.

In this volume: Spend a night on The Graveyard Shift with Judge Dredd; Gordon Rennie and Frazer Irving tune in and drop tab of superpowers before Storming Heaven; get lost in the darkness lying in the belly of the good ship Leviathan from Ian Edginton and D’Israeli.

Boasting brand new covers from an all-star line-up of artists including Erica Henderson (Dracula, Motherf**ker!) and Declan Shalvey (Moon Knight) with designer Tom Muller (X-Men), Best of 2000 AD is the essential gateway into the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic.

Complete Dice Man
by Pat Mills, John Wagner, Mike Collins & Mark Farmer, Steve Dillon, Hunt Emerson, David Lloyd, Graham Manley, Kevin O’Neill, Bryan Talbot, John Ridgway, Nik Williams
Out: 23rd May 2023
320 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189417

Complete Dice Man
Diceman No. 1 cover by Glenn Fabry
Diceman No. 1 cover by Glenn Fabry

Diceman was a short-lived British comic which ran for five issues in 1986. A spin-off from 2000AD, it was devised and, largely, written by Pat Mills, and edited by Simon Geller (aka monster Mervyn!).

Published bi-monthly, Diceman featured stories designed to be played like game books.

Originally published during the adventure gamebook boom of the 1980s, Dice Man has never been reprinted in its entirety before, but now the complete run of Dice Man magazine is presented in this massive collection. Using dice and a pencil, you will become Judge Dredd as he faces off against the Dark Judges, or guide Nemesis the Warlock as they race through the Torture Tube, or help Sláine steal the Cauldron of Blood from the Tower of Glass. 

2000AD Regened Volume 5
by Liam Johnson, Joel Carpenter, et al.
Out: 25th May 2023
112 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189486

2000AD Regened Volume 5

2000AD Regened blasts into its fifth volume! Critically acclaimed, action packed and hilarious, there’s something for everyone in thesescience fiction stories. It’s Beast Mode when Cadet Dredd has to stop a mad scientist at the Mega-City 1 zoo! Jaina and Jacen are let loose in another bizarre dimension in ‘Splorers! And with no teachers or grown ups, school’s out in the Unteachables… forever! With brain melting twists and explosive action, 2000AD Regened is the greatest comic in the galaxy! 


Roy of the Rovers: The Best of the 1980s Volume 2: Dream Team (Roy of the Rovers – Classics)
by Tom Tully and David Sque
Out: 8th June 2023
Hardcover | 176 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189509

Roy of the Rovers: The Best of the 1980s Volume 2: Dream Team

Melchester Rovers’ reign of the 1980s continues! As the team surges forward towards a Milk Cup final, they are undoubtedly the best in the country. But this hasn’t stopped some discontent behind the scenes. With cricket legend Geoff Boycott acting as chairman for the club and Roy bringing veteran keeper Bob Wilson and Liverpool legend Emlyn Hughes back into the game, many fans and critics are questioning Roy’s managerial decision-making. And now Roy is about to sign Steve Norman and Martin Kemp from the hit-making pop group, Spandau Ballet – they may be worth their weight in gold as musicians, but can they perform on the pitch?

Tom Tully is one the most prolific writers ever to grace British comics. His diverse portfolio of work was produced over four decades. Born in Glasgow, Tully entered the industry in the sixties when he began working for Fleetway. One of his earliest strips, Heros the Spartan, ran in the original Eagle and was illustrated by the great Frank Bellamy. He also wrote Mytek the Mighty (Valiant & Vulcan) and The Steel Claw (Valiant & Vulcan) in the same decade. The seventies saw Tully work on a variety of significant stories including Adam Eterno (Thunder), Johnny Red (Battle), Harlem He-roes (2000 AD), The Leopard from Lime Street (Buster) and Roy of the Rovers (Tiger), the strip he worked on longer than any other writer.

David Sque studied at Bournemouth Art College and got his National Diploma in Art and Design. He started working for IPC in the 60s – one of his earliest strips being The Skids Kids – a sports strip in the kids’ humour title, Buster. He defined the ‘modern day’ look of Roy Race in the Roy of the Rovers comic during the 70s, and continued to draw it until August 1986. While concentrating on his fine art, David still kept a hand in football comic art, illustrating some Scorer strips in the Daily Mirror newspaper. In 2020 he returned to familiar territory, becoming the new artist on the rebooted Roy of the Rovers.

Essential Judge Anderson Volume One: Shamballa
by Alan Grant, Arthur Ranson, et al.
Out: 20th June 2023
160 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189356

Essential Judge Anderson Volume One: Shamballa
Art by Arthur Ranson from “Judge Anderson – Shamballa”, written by Alan Grant
Art by Arthur Ranson from "Judge Anderson - Shamballa", written by Alan Grant
Art by Arthur Ranson from “Judge Anderson – Shamballa”, written by Alan Grant

Judge Anderson and a team of scientists travel deep beneath the Himalayas to the mysterious city of Shamballah to search for a solution to the cataclysmic events that are threatening to tear the planet apart…

The 2000AD Art of Kevin O’Neill: Apex Edition 
By Kevin O’Neill
Out: 28th June 2023 | Regular Edition (released in shops 2nd August) | Limited Edition

2000AD Art of Kevin O’Neill: Apex Edition

Even after what was in their stunning Brian Bolland and Mick McMahon Apex Editions, Kev’s is going to be something special – and the slipcase edition includes a tip-in with brand new art that he drew earlier this year.

This is going to be spectacular book, an incredible insight into the art of one of comics’ most unique talents, and, Rebellion believe, will properly showcase Kev’s immense talent.

O’Neill, who sadly died in November 2022, was an artist without peer. His work on strips in 2000AD such as “Nemesis the Warlock“, “Metalzoic“, “Judge Dredd“, “Ro-Busters“ and more sealed his reputation even before his wildly popular and influential work on Marshal Law with Pat Mills and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen with Alan Moore.

Read our news item about this book here
• Read our tribute to Kevin O’Neill, marking his passing, here


Full Tilt Boogie Volume 2: Down and Out at the Edge of Everything
by Alex De Campi and Eduardo Ocaña
Out: 6th July 2023
64 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189455

Full Tilt Boogie Volume 2: Down and Out at the Edge of Everything

Tee is a teen on the edge. The edge of burnout, the edge of bankruptcy, and now the edge of the universe, the only place she, her grandma, their cat, and their ship of refugees and runaways will be safe from the vengeful might of the Luxine Empire. Desperately seeking a place she and her found family will be safe, she once more takes on a job that no one else will do – a dangerous trek to the heart of a mysterious ship in order to bring back a crystal of incredible power. 

The second volume of Alex De Campi and Eduardo Ocaña’s critically acclaimed space opera is a profound statement on growing up, growing old, and bravery in the face of insurmountable odds.

Spider’s Syndicate of Crime vs. The Crook From Space
by Jerry Siegel and Reg Bunn
Out: 6th July 2023
144 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189714

Also being published as Jerry Siegel’s The Syndicate of Crime for the United States, owing to copyright clashes

Lion (No. 768) - Spider's Syndicate of Crime vs. The Crook From Space

This story featuring made its debut in Lion and Champion cover dated 24th September 1966, running for 19 episodes ending with the issue cover dated 28th January 1967.

Now a crimefighter, the Spider faces a dangerous foe – an alien crook with chameleon powers!

The strip was reprinted in later issues of Lion, and also featured in Vulcan.

Leading the Rebellion: Questing To Succeed In Work & Life
By Boris Starling
Out: 6th July 2023 (previously announced for release last year)
ISBN: 9781781089187

Leading the Rebellion: Questing To Succeed In Work & Life

In Leading the Rebellion: Questing to Succeed in Work and Life tech CEO, pop-culture entrepreneur and YouTube sensation Jason Kingsley reveals how he uses The Code of Chivalry as a guide to work, life and happiness. This unique business and lifestyle book will allow the reader to delve into the personal and work philosophies of a self-made millionaire.

A fascinating look into the business and lifestyle philosophy of Jason Kingsley OBE, CEO of Rebellion. Rebellion is one of the world’s most successful independent games developers and also a film and TV production company and publisher. Combining his love of Medieval History and success in business, this unique book will give insight into a modern interpretation of the Knightly Code of Chivalry, in a motivational and aspirational take on how to live life to the fullest.

Each chapter will focus on one main chivalric theme, and how it has influenced his philosophy, helped equip him with personal tools to succeed, and how it has maximised his work-life balance. The book will also provide insight into his love for the medieval period and how this complements his professional life.

2000AD Presents Mega City Max
Out: 19th July 2023 (9th August in comic shops)
NB – cover subject to change

2000AD Presents Mega City Max (2023)

It’s our future – and their reality!

A brand-new one-shot comic set in the dystopian world of Mega-City One, home of Judge Dredd. Stand-alone, no continuity science fiction comics aimed at teenagers Fast paced, action packed and hilarious, these stories feature updated versions of 2000AD characters like Harlem Heroes, De Marco P.I., Devlin Waugh and Walter the Wobot, plus brand new characters!

Featuring the hottest breaking talent in the industry including Hannah Templer (Cosmoknights), Ramzee (Edge of Spider-Verse), Oliver Gerlach (Young Men in Love), VV Glass (Boom Studios The Last Witch), Lucie Ebrey (Amazing World of Gumball), Korinna Mei Veropoulou (Escape From Bitch Mountain), Roger Langridge (Bill & Ted Are Doomed).

Stories include:

Judge Dredd: The Darkest Judge
by Kenneth Niemand, Henry Flint, et al.
Out: 20th July 2023
96 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189424

Judge Dredd: The Darkest Judge

What if at the end of Judge Dredd: Judgement Day a different strategy was used in order to stop the zombie invasion? Instead of Judge Dredd executing Sabbat the Necromagus this plan involves dropping dimension-bombs to shift the whole zombie horde into a different reality. This means disaster for all the other characters published in the pages of 2000 AD as the zombies infect everyone from Rogue Trooper to Sinister Dexter, from Ace Trucking to The V.C.’s. There is now a whole multiverse of zombies that need killing, and only a few heroes left to take care of business!

Clash of the Guards
by Alan Hebden, Cam Kennedy and Ron Tiner
Out: 27th July 2023
96 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786189516

Clash of the Guards

A collection of a relatively short-lived strip from Battle, centring on a former Hollywood stuntman and speedway driver, Captain Brad Clash seconded to a British platoon under a Lieutenant Carlyle, as part of an officer exchange.

“Clash of the Guards” made its debut in Battle 334, cover dated 26th September 1981, and ran until Battle 355, cover dated 20th February 1982, with Ron Tiner taking over on later episodes.

Italy, 1943. The United States Army have sent Captain Brad Clash to join a British platoon in order to learn from their experiences of fighting in World War Two.

A former Hollywood stuntman and speedway driver, Clash is a man of action who likes to tackle the enemy head on. All guts and glory, he uses his superior driving skills and American-made weapons, like the Winchester trench Gun, to keep the German Army at bay.

This collection also features several one-off Battle strips illustrated by the legendary Cam Kennedy.

  • Clash of the Guards - Sample Art
  • Clash of the Guards - Sample Art
  • Clash of the Guards - Sample Art


Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 42 
by John Wagner, Gordon Rennie, Ian Edginton, Simon Spurrier, Carl Critchlow
Out: 17th August 2023
288 Pages
ISBN: 978-1786187093

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 42 

In the dystopian metropolis Mega-City One, crime lurks around every corner. The only thing stopping the city from falling into depravity and chaos are the Judges, and toughest of them all is Judge Dredd! Judge, Jury and Executioner, these are the case files of the ultimate lawman. 

In this latest collection, Judge Dredd tests his wits against a grisly selection of murderers! There’s the Surgeon, who feeds on the still beating heart of his victims, the globetrotting blogging serial killer Global Pyscho, and deadly plots abound in Mega-City One’s virtual gardening competitions. 

Written by John Wagner (A History of Violence) and boasting art by Henry Flint (Hawk the Slayer), Cam Kennedy (Star Wars), Arthur Ranson (Anderson, Psi-Divison), Greg Staples (Magic: The Gathering), Ian Gibson (The Ballad of Halo Jones) and D’Israeli (Scarlet Traces), Case Files 42 is another blood pumping collection of taunt crime capers in the nightmarish Mega-City One!

by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil
Out: 17th August 2023
112 Pages
ISBN: ‎ 978-1786189431

Surfer by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil

Young skysurfer named Zane Perks is hired by a film company to play the lead role in a recreation of Chopper’s Supersurf 7 victory. However, after being double crossed by the production company and arrested by the Judges, Zane sets out to clear his name and find out the secret behind the scam.

An all-new story from the creative team behind some of the most iconic moments in 2000 AD’s history (America, Strontium Dog: The Final Solution, Chopper: Song of the Surfer), John Wagner and Colin MacNeil.


Misty: 45 Years of Fear
by Pat Mills, Malcolm Shaw (Writers), John Armstrong, Shirley Bellwood, Mario Capaldi, Brian Delaney, Jordi Badia Romero, Jaume Rumeu, with commentary by Julia Round, Chloe Maveal and Claire Napier
Out: 14th September 2023
ISBN: 978-1786187994

Misty: 45 Years of Fear (Rebellion 2023)

Gothic horror, startling science fiction and the occult collide in this essential collection of cult British comics classic Misty!

“The most peculiar, imaginative and challenging work in British comics ” -The New Statesman

In 1978 British comics were changed forever with the release of Misty, the classic cult horror comic for girls. Masterminded by Pat Mills, the original editor of 2000 AD, this weekly comic featured the best comics talent working on haunting, terrifying tales. From high 70s glamour to chilling stories that have haunted readers for decades, this Essential Collection curates the creepiest, campest Misty serials and short stories alongside critical essays, in a volume perfect for readers old and new.

Robo-Hunter: Planet of the Robots
By John Wagner, Jose Luis Ferrer and Ian Gibson
Out: 14th September 2023
Paperback | 144 Pages | ISBN: 978-1837860029

Robo-Hunter: Planet of the Robots


For forty years Sam Slade has been one of the best robo-tectives in the business, but all of his experience couldn’t prepare him for his latest case. In 2080 overpopulation of the Earth led the Space Commission into seeking out new planets to colonise. Four years later they discovered Verdus, a suitable planet in the Crab Nebula. Now, Colonists who sent there have not been heard from again. The Commission believe that robots have taken control of the planet and want Sam to uncover the truth. It’s a dangerous case, but one Sam can’t refuse – otherwise he’s guaranteed a bullet in the head!

This classic 2000AD strip is presented in full colour as it was when collected by Eagle Comics as a five-issue mini-series in 1984.

Full Tilt Boogie Volume 2: Down and Out at the Edge of Everything
Writer: Alex De Campi Artist: Eduardo Ocaña
Out: 28th September 2023
Paperback | 64 Pages | 978-1786189455

Full Tilt Boogie Volume 2: Down and Out at the Edge of Everything

Tee is a teen on the edge. The edge of burnout, the edge of bankruptcy, and now the edge of the universe, the only place she, her grandma, their cat, and their ship of refugees and runaways will be safe from the vengeful might of the Luxine Empire. Desperately seeking a place she and her found family will be safe, she once more takes on a job that no one else will do – a dangerous trek to the heart of a mysterious ship in order to bring back a crystal of incredible power.

The second volume of Alex De Campi and Eduardo Ocaña’s critically acclaimed space opera is a profound statement on growing up, growing old, and bravery in the face of insurmountable odds.

Soccer Diaries Book 1: Rocky Takes L.A.: Volume 1
By Tom Palmer
Out: 28th September 2023
256 Pages | ISBN: 978-1837860234

Soccer Diaries Book 1: Rocky Takes L.A.: Volume 1

Rocky Race is going to be the best soccer player in the world!

Rocky Race is not your average fourteen year old. She’s determined, ambitious and the best football player you’ve ever seen. So, when she gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend a prestigious soccer camp in California, USA, she takes it. But far from home, Rocky suddenly finds herself out of her comfort zone. Fake friends, her own anxieties and a brand new world with strange rules all threaten to derail her new life before it’s even started – does Rocky have what it takes to succeed?

The Soccer Diaries is a brand new series starring Rocky Race, a British footballer looking to make it big in a US soccer school. Perfect for fans of Up For Air and Squad Goals!

The Thirteenth Floor: The Return of Max
by Guy Adams, Jose Ortiz, Frazer Irving, John Stokes, Tom Paterson
Out: 28th September 2023
Paperback, 80 Pages | ISBN 978-1837860180
2000AD Webshop Exclusive Cover | Bookshop Cover


Max, the A.I. superintendent of Maxwell Towers has found a kindred soul in one of his residents, a young, disturbed boy call Sam Bowers. Together they work to rid the building of all the ne’er do wells who lurk in the dark corridors of the block, luring them to the dreaded thirteenth floor. But this power has started to corrupt Sam, surprising even Max – and their activities have not gone unnoticed, as WPC Hester Benedict becomes more aware of the sinister events taking place at the building.

The breakout star of legendary British comic Scream! Max and his thirteenth floor are back in a brand-new story written by Guy Adams (Heavens Gate) and includes art by Frazer Irving (Batman and Robin), John Stokes (Star Wars), Tom Paterson (Sweeny Toddler), Kelley Jones (The Sandman), VV Glass (Dr Who) and Vince Locke (A History of Violence).


Best of Tharg’s Terror Tales
by Mark Millar, Al Ewing, Simon Spurrier, John Smith, Alec Worley, Chris Weston, Richard Elson, Eric Bradbury and others
Out: 12th October 2023
112 Pages | 978-1837860197

Best of Tharg's Terror Tales

From the deepest, darkest recesses of the Nerve Centre vaults, the eerie alien editor of 2000 AD known as Tharg the Mighty presents the creepiest tales to ever grace the pages of the galaxy’s greatest Comic!

This fear-filled anthology introduces one-off stories full of ghosts, demons, mutants and killers and is thick with atmosphere, dark humour and mind-blowing twists. Written and illustrated by some of the biggest names in the comic book industry, this collection features strips by Mark Millar, Al Ewing, Simon Spurrier, Chris Weston, Richard Elson and Eric Bradbury amongst others.

Best of 2000AD Volume 4 
Ouyt: 12th October 2023
Paperback | 192 Pages | ISBN: 978-1837860432

Best of 2000AD Volume 4 

In this volume: When Judge Dredd investigates a potential whistleblower, it’s hard to avoid paranoia when information is this Mega-City Confidential; from medieval Prague to the streets of Elizabethan London, Kek-W and John Burns sound the call to battle extra-dimensional Wurms and join The Order; a rolling stone gathers no mousse as Pete Milligan and Jamie Hewlett tangle you in Hewligan’s Haircut, a shear reality-warping victory roll that’s just the tonic; quake to the Cry of the Werewolf with an all-time Dredd classic by Alan Grant and Steve Dillon.

Boasting brand new covers from an all-star line-up of artists including Marguerite Sauvage (Archie) and Glyn Dillon (The Batman) with designer Tom Muller (X-Men), Best of 2000 AD is the essential gateway into the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic.

SMASH! #1 of 3 (Mini Series)
By Paul Grist, Anna Morozova, Tom Foster and Simon Bowland, edited by Oliver Pickles
Out: 25th October 2023

SMASH! Issue 1 (October 2023) - Cover by Andy Clarke

Paul Grist, the writer of Jack StaffKane, and many more acclaimed comics, and artists Tom Foster and Anna Morozova are the latest creators to tackle reimagining some of Britain’s greatest comic heroes, in a three-issue run of SMASH!.

The series draws together some classic British adventure comics characters — including Louis Crandall, aka The Steel Claw, Victorian escapologist Janus Stark, and Mike Hubbard’s super spy, Jane Bond, to deal with the threat of the Syndicate of Crime, and its leader the King of Crooks, as he’s known in the US for copyright reasons – here, we know him as The Spider, the creation of Jerry Siegel, the co-creator of Superman.

Check out our initial news story about this project here

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The Treasury of British Comics Annual 2024 is available to pre-order now from the The Treasury of British Comics website 
Out: 8th November 2023
ISBN: 978-1837860258
Various Creators | Reprint and New Stories
2000AD webshop exclusive edition – cover by David Roach | Standard cover by Hnery Flint

Treasury of British Comics Annual 2024 - Covers

For over a century, the comic book annual has been an essential Christmas stocking filler for British children. The Treasury of British Comics team have dived deep into the archives, selecting slick and exciting stories from past annuals, specials and regular issues, including strips from such titles as LionStarlordMistyActionWham!Scream!Smash!Battle and Valiant, to name but a few.

Including the best of British talent like Brian Bolland, Cam Kennedy, Stan McMurtry, Ken Reid, Mike Western, Brian Lewis, Joe Colquhoun and Pat Mills, there are also three brand new strips: “The Leopard from Lime Street Vs The Spider“, by Simon Furman, David Roach and Mike Collins; “Black Beth“, by Alec Worley and DaNi; and “Gustav of the Bearmacht” by Kek-W and Staz Johnson.

Treasury of British Comics Annual 2024 is the perfect Christmas gift for fans of classic British comics and a perfect introduction to a world of action and adventure for the next generation.

Classic Gums: The Monster Fun Years
By Roy Davis, Robert Nixon, Alf Saporito
Out: 9th November 2023
Paperback | 128 Pages | ISBN: 978-1786189998

Classic Gums: The Monster Fun Years

The first Gums collection is here, including the complete run of strips published in Monster Fun through 1976.

The hapless, loveable shark with false teeth was a highlight of the short-lived Monster Fun comic and proved to be so popular with the fans that he appeared as the front cover strip for most of the run.

The Great White (toothless) shark stalks a territory around the Australian coast, where he constantly butts heads with local surfer, Bluey. While Gums is out to snack on the youngster, Bluey is determined to take the shark’s false teeth as a memento!

Frank Roy Davis was born in Fulham, London in 1921. He studied at West Kensington Central School, originally intending to enter a clerical career. His talent for art led him a different direction and his first job was as a studio artist for the wallpaper designers Arthur Sanderson & Sons.

After serving with the RAF between 1940-1946, he went on to join the Gaumont British Animation studio. After its closure in 1950, Davis began a career as a freelance cartoonist. His work was published in Tatler, the Daily Mirror and Punch, amongst others. In 1964 he joined the staff at IPC, writing scripts for several of their comic titles, including Lion (“The Backwoods Boys”), Whizzer and Chips (“Sid’s Snake”, “Odd Ball”), Jet (“Faceache”) and Monster Fun (“Gums”). Although he left IPC in 1974, he continued to work as a freelancer for them until 1992 when he retired.

As well as being a member of the British Cartoonists’ Association, he also was a founder of the Cartoonists’ Club of Great Britain. He passed away on 11th November 2004.

Robert Nixon was born in North Yorkshire on 7th July 1939, the fifth of six children. His artistic skills were recognised by his teachers at a very early age. Nixon won several art competitions and a scholarship to Middlesbrough Art College in 1955. Unfortunately his time at college came to a premature end after his father died, but after a short character as a local lithographic artist, Nixon left to pursue a career as a cartoonist with DC Thomson. He took over “Little Plum” in The Beano after Leo Baxendale left the publisher in the early 1960s. He would also take over the art chores on “Roger the Dodger” from Ken Reid and “Lord Snoot”y from Dudley D. Watkins.

In the 1970s, Nixon started to work for IPC, illustrating the stand out strips, “Gums” and “Kid Kong” in Monster Fun. He also took over from Ken Reid once again on “Frankie Stein”.

Nixon would return to DC Thomson in the mid-80s where he took up drawing “Roger the Dodger” again amongst other strips, including “Beryl the Peril” in The Topper. He passed away on 22nd October 2002.

Alf Saporito worked for Fleetway/IPC from 1967 until the early 80s. His big break came when illustrating “Gus Gorilla” – the strip which appeared on the cover of Cor!! Other strips included one featuring the comedian Charlie Williams in Shiver & Shake and “Master Spy” in Valiant.

Alf is probably best known for his work on “Gums”, taking over after original artist Robert Nixon moved on. Alf remained on the strip when it moved into Buster.

Comic Book Punks: How a Generation of Brits Reinvented Pop Culture
by Karl Stock
Out: 23rd November 2023
500 Pages | ISBN: 978-1786186942

Comic Book Punks: How a Generation of Brits Reinvented Pop Culture (Rebellion, 2023) by Karl Stock

The influence of the comic book has never been greater, from films to streaming and beyond, but the journey comics took from little-regarded kids’ magazines to literary prize-winning books and global franchises turned on a highly unusual group of writers and artists, including 2000ADcontributors such as Alan MooreBrian Bolland and many others.

Few would have expected a small gathering of British comic book fans and creators in the early 1970s to be a global cultural pivot-point, but this was the start of a disparate movement of punks, dropouts and disaffected youths who reinvented a medium and became the imaginative heart of a global success story. 

Based on years of interviews with a generation of leading writers, artists and editors, Karl Stockreveals the true story of the wild times, passion and determination that helped, hindered and saw the reinvention of comics. Over three hundred-plus pages, he tells the story of the triumphs and disasters that rewrote the rulebook on what comics could be and who they should be for.

Karl Stock has written “Tharg’s Future Shocks” for 2000AD, Judge Dredd prose fiction for the Judge Dredd Megazine, some collected as part of Judge Fear’s Big Day Out and Other Stories, and strips including “Sniper Elite” and “Death Wish” for Rebellion titles such as BattleThe Vigilant and Cor! & Buster; as well as interviews and features about comics for the Judge Dredd MegazineTripwireComic Heroes and more. 

He was also co-author of the 40th anniversary edition of Thrill-Power Overload, with David Bishop, 2000AD‘s official history, which is now insanely expensive as a print edition, but also available as a reasonably-priced digital release.

Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire, Volume V
By Mike Butterworth, Don Lawrence and others
Out: 23rd November 2023
240 Pages | ISBN: 978-1837860098

Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire, Volume V

The fifth omnibus collection of the science-fiction classic, The Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire, reprints all the stories originally published in Look & Learn from 1975 through to 1977 and contains Don Lawrence’s final flawlessly painted “Trigan Empire” pages.

Trigo, his nephew Janno, and the trusted scientist Peric all band together to protect the citizens of the Trigan Empire, from threats both alien and clandestine in these fast-paced yet beautifully painted comic stories which enthralled readers on original publication.

Also available: Volume One | Volume Two | Volume Three | Volume Four

Don Lawrence was born in 1928, and worked for Mick Anglo on the Marvelman comic produced for Amalgamated Press, and then Billy the Kid in the comic Sun. When Sun was absorbed into Lion he moved on to illustrating Olac the Gladiator, Karl the Viking and Maroc the Mighty. In 1965 he teamed with Mike Butterworth to create The Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire for Ranger magazine, and continued to paint the comic through its transition into Look and Learn through to 1976. During this period he also worked on Fireball XL5 and The Adventures of Tarzan comic strips for TV Century 21. After leaving The Trigan Empire he worked with a Dutch publisher to create Storm, a post-apo


Sexton Blake: Caribbean Crisis & Voodoo Island
by Michael Moorcock, edited by Mark Hodder
Out: 7th December 2023
352 Pages | ISBN: 978-1837860340
NB – This is a representation of a novel and includes a new story, not a collection

Sexton Blake: Caribbean Crisis & Voodoo Island

A deep sea mission… An impossible murder… A mystery that will challenge even the famous Baker Street sleuth, Sexton Blake…

Beneath a sky of limpid sapphire blue, the research ship Gorgon rolled gently on the scintillating waters of the Caribbean Sea. 

Below, in a deep sea bathysphere a thousand feet below sea level, an impossible murder takes place. And only Sexton Blake can solve the case!

Sexton Blake Library No. 501 - Caribbean Crisis - Cover

Caribbean Crisis, first published in the now Rebellion-owned Sexton Blake Library No. 501 in June 1962, was Michael Moorcock’s first published novel, his only “Sexton Blake” story and Mark Hodder notes the original is much sought after by Moorcock completists, even though the author has pointed out on many occasions that the artist James Cawthorn more or less co-wrote it and the editor of the Library, William Howard Baker made a lot of unwelcome revisions.

“Despite all these other hands at work, you can still recognise Moorcock’s influence in the tight plotting and original take on detective fiction clichés,” Mark notes

The story was originally published under the name by “Desmond Reid” a name Baker, frequently applied to work to which he had made changes. In this case, Mark notes, he reversed the politics of the story, to make it less sympathetic to Cuban revolutionaries.

“Mike was dismayed at the time, soon glad to be hidden behind the pseudonym, and over the subsequent sixty years has not permitted the novel to be republished. Nor has he been inclined to revise it … until now. A couple of years ago, I suggested to him that we collaborate on a ‘restored, revised, and extended’ edition. To this, he thankfully agreed. We have made alterations to practically every paragraph. New elements and characters have been added to the story. I was able to expand on descriptions based on my travels in Cuba. The political slant is restored, but updated to better reflect MM of 2023 than of the late ’50s (when the original was written). The old Caribbean Crisis was 29k words in length. The new version is 10k words longer.

“We so enjoyed the process, that we also collaborated on a prequel to the yarn,” he adds. “Voodoo Island is a brand new Sexton Blake tale set in the Caribbean of 1933. It features the villain from Crisis, and re-introduces the wonderful old characters Marie Galante and Professor Huxton Rymer (in what is, in Blake chronology, his penultimate story). The story is 42k words in length.”

Created at the tail end of the Victorian era, Sexton Blake rapidly became one of the most popular fictional characters of the 20th Century. He featured in thousands of adventure stories published in countless papers, magazines and comics. He also appeared in stage plays, radio dramas, films and television serials.

Michael Moorcock is one of the most famous and influential science fiction and fantasy writers of the 20th century. He was also the influential editor of the New Worlds anthology which ushered in the “New Wave’ science fiction writers of the 1960s. He has created such popular characters as Elric of Melnibone, Jerry Cornelius, and has popularised the concept of the ‘Multiverse’ with his Eternal Champion series. He has won the Nebula award, the Guardian Fiction award, and the World Fantasy Award, and several lifetime achievement awards.

Mark Hodder is the author of the Philip K. Dick Award-winning novel The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack and its seven sequels, and of the first officially sanctioned Sexton Blake novel to have been published in nearly half a century (he created and maintains BLAKIANA: The Sexton Blake Resource). He also writes short stories, flash fiction and vignettes. Find out more on his Patreon page. Mark has also worked as a commercial radio scriptwriter, a freelance copywriter, and as a web content producer for the BBC.

In articles by author Mark Hodder on his Blakiana site, you’ll discover what made him such a quintessential part of the English landscape for so long; how he changed with the times; his cultural significance; and why he faded from view in the mid-seventies.

The Helltrekkers
by John Wagner, Alan Grant, José Ortiz Moya
Out: 7th December 2023
128 Pages | 978-1786187963
2000AD Web Shop Exclusive Cover

They were the new frontiersmen-men and women who hated life in Mega-City One so much that they were willing to travel 2000 kilometres across the radiated desert known as the ‘Cursed Earth’ in order to start a new life. The chances of reaching the new territories are slim – the hostile environment is full of danger, including acid rain downpours, killer viruses, mutants and herds of hungry dinosaurs! To increase their chances of survival, Helltrekkers set off in large convoys. But sometimes fellow travellers can cause just as many problems as the threats from outside!

 Written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, The Helltrekkers is a monumental survival story and one of the earliest Dreddverse spin-off strips.

Fiends of the Eastern Front
by Carlos Ezquerra and Gerry Finley-Day
Out: 7th December 2023
Paperback | 176 Pages | ISBN: 978-1781087749

Fiends of the Eastern Front

A luxury omnibus of classic supernatural war stories from the Golden Age of comics – expanded and updated in definitive edition!

Buried deep underground are the remains of Wehrmacht soldier, Hans Schmitt, and his diary, which journals his eerie encounter with the Romanian Captain Constanta and his platoon of blood-sucking freaks! Back in 1943, with the Russians willing to fight until their last man in order to defend Stalingrad, Panzergrenadier Richter discovers Constanta’s secret and learns than sometimes your allies can be just as dangerous as the enemy!

Featuring the breathtaking art of Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd) and Colin MacNeil (America, Chopper: Song of the Surfer), with stories from Gerry Finley Day (Rogue Trooper), David Bishop (Thrill-Power Overload), and recent classics from Ian Edginton (Stickleback, Scarlet Traces), Dave Kendall (Fall of Deadworld).

Nemesis the Warlock – The Definitive Edition, Volume 1
By Pat Mills, Kevin O’Neill and Jesus Redondo
Out: 7th December 2023
Paperback | 160 Pages | 978-1837860104

Nemesis the Warlock - The Definitive Edition, volume 1

Long regarded as one of the crown-jewel epics from the pages of 2000AD, at long last Nemesis the Warlock is back in print and better than ever in a brand-new series of Definitive editions.

Written by Pat Mills (Marshal Law) and drawn by Kevin O’Neill (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), this definitive series is a comprehensive collection of the complete storyline in order, and features development sketches showing the evolution of Nemesis and the Blitzspear.

Termight is the ruling planet of a cruel galactic empire, an empire led by the diabolically evil Torquemada, a twisted human despot intent on purging all alien life from the galaxy and punishing the deviants. His motto: Be pure! Be vigilant! Behave! But there is rebellion and resistance to his rule in the form of a devilish-looking alien warlock called Nemesis, who represents everything that Torquemada hates and fears. Together Nemesis and Torquemada are locked in a duel which will affect the fate of humanity and each of them on a personal level as their conflict spans time and space!

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  1. The Leopard From Lime Street! Yippee! (Seems an age since the last volume).

  2. Mytek The Mighty next please


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