New readers should have no qualms about jumping on board and buying 2000AD tomorrow as a brand-new roster of stories starts in the bumper Prog 2100. There are some great strips included, particularly the Judge Anderson tale penned by Alan Grant, featuring smashing art by Jake Lynch. Plus “Fiends of the Eastern Front – 1812“, written by Ian Edginton, offers jaw-dropping art by Dave Taylor.
Featuring an exclusive cover by comics maestro George Pérez (Crisis on Infinite Earths, Wonder Woman), in this Prog Judge Dredd finds a secret hidden beneath the rubble in “Judge Dredd: The Small House” by Rob Williams and Henry Flint; cop Bridget Kurtis goes undercover to investigate cult behaviour in “Brink: High Society” by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard; a new dispatch from the vampires-at-war saga Fiends of the Eastern Front in “1812“, as Ian Edginton and Dave Taylor move the action to the Napoleonic Wars; Skip Tracer Nolan Blake enters his brother’s mind in “Legion” by James Peaty and Colin MacNeil; and there’s a new Sinister Dexter story, too – “Tight Grouping” by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell.
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While Prog 2100 is a “Jump On” issue, Rob Williams’ Dredd story will wrap a lot of past plot threads, but “Judge Dredd: The Small House” launches with a bang – and there’s a one page background feature with Rob that nicely complements the first episode.
“Brink: High Society” by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard
A great opening episode of “Skip Tracer – Legion” by James Peaty and Colin MacNeil
This Alan Grant-penned Judge Anderson complete story is a gem, with terrific art by Jake Lynch.
“Sinister Dexter – Tight Grouping” by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell
The Prog rounds out with “Fiends of the Eastern Front – 1812“, written by Ian Edginton, with utterly stunning art by Dave Taylor. A favourite of the issue!
Plus, don’t forget Judge Dredd Megazine Issue 400 – on sale now, wrapped in a terrific cover by Vhris Weston!