2000AD 2102 Cover SNIP

On Sale This Week: 2000AD Prog 2102

With a great cover from Cliff Robinson, coloured by Dylan Teague, 2000AD Prog 2102 is out this week – and it’s rammed with action! In this issue: JUDGE DREDD: THE SMALL HOUSE by Rob Williams (Writer) Henry Flint (Artist) Chris Blythe (Colourist) Annie Parkhouse (Letterer) Mega-City One, 2140 AD. Home to over 100 million citizens,Continue reading On Sale This Week: 2000AD Prog 2102

"Dino-Wars", by Pat Mills and Dan Dare artist David Pugh - Furrysaurs

Tales from Toxic! That Never Were: “Dino-Wars”, by Pat Mills and David Pugh

Toxic! was a British weekly comic book published in 1991  by Apocalypse Ltd. that ran for just 31 issues before numerous problems combined to bring the project to a halt and the publisher sadly went out of business. But it was a title bursting with ideas – and “Dino-Wars“, by Pat Mills and Dan DareContinue reading Tales from Toxic! That Never Were: “Dino-Wars”, by Pat Mills and David Pugh

(Carlos doing what he did best - drawing. Pic from Ally's Flickr)

In Memoriam: Artist and Judge Dredd co-creator Carlos Ezquerra

At the start of this week, 2000AD sadly confirmed that we had lost the mighty Carlos Ezquerra. Many in the Brit comics community and worldwide fans will remember Carlos suffering from cancer several years ago, and the Get Well Soon, Carlos comic that a number of creators put together in secrecy so it would be aContinue reading In Memoriam: Artist and Judge Dredd co-creator Carlos Ezquerra

Loose Talk - Dan Dare Single (Front)

When Dan Dare went Pop: Loose Talk’s first single from 1982

Back in the 1980s, pop-rock group Loose Talk produced a song based on Eagle‘s Dan Dare (in his 1982 re-launch incarnation, not the 1950s original). But there’s a tip of the hat to another SF saga too, in the promotional video… The single was promoted in a July 1982 edition of Eagle, which had 1000Continue reading When Dan Dare went Pop: Loose Talk’s first single from 1982

Cowboy Picture Library 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390

Ride ‘Em, Cowboy! Book Palace has more British western comics, Eagles for sale

Book Palace has a new selection of British Pocket Library comics on offer including scarce, hard to source late issues of Cowboy Picture Library. The last 150 issues of this series – which include art by creators such as Jordi Panalva, also well known for his work on DC Thomson’s still-published Commando comic, had diminishingContinue reading Ride ‘Em, Cowboy! Book Palace has more British western comics, Eagles for sale