Anderson Covers latest Zarjaz, the 2000AD-inspired comics zine

Zarjaz 23 - Cover

 

Psi Judge Anderson claims her first Zarjaz cover since the ‘Zero’ issue back in 2005 and brings Mark Harrison to the pages of the comic with its lastest release.

His gorgeous work makes the comic worth the price of admission alone, but Zarjaz 23 also contains a whopping seven strips, bringing together some of the finest talents in the small press with this new 2000AD-inspired issue – 48 pages for the amazing price of just £3.00.

 

In this issue…

Anderson, PSI - The Line Of Duty by writer Lee Robson and artist Alfie Gallagher

Anderson, PSI – The Line Of Duty by writer Lee Robson and artist Alfie Gallagher

Comic Rock - Silver Song by writer Matt Sharp and artist David Broughton

Comic Rock – Silver Song by writer Matt Sharp and artist David Broughton

Future Shocks - The Ballad of Phat Toonie by writer JJ Robinson and artist Mike Bunt

Future Shocks – The Ballad of Phat Toonie by writer JJ Robinson and artist Mike Bunt

Judge Dredd: Downtime by Martin Currie

Judge Dredd: Downtime by Martin Currie

Judge Dredd: Primal Scream

Judge Dredd: Primal Scream by writer Adam Breen and artist Jim Lavery

Judge Dredd: Primal Scream by writer Adam Breen and artist Jim Lavery

Judge Dredd: The Trial by Stuart Catley

Judge Dredd: The Trial by Stuart Catley

Tales Of Mega-City One: Partners by writer Alexi Conman and artist Roland Bird

Tales Of Mega-City One: Partners by writer Alexi Conman and artist Roland Bird

 

• Still only £3.00, you don’t deserve it! Zarjaz is on sale online from http://www.futurequake.co.uk/shop.php



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