Revised Thrill-Power Overload Out Next Month

Thrill-Powered Overload - 2017 Cover

Revised and expanded, a new edition of Thrill-Power Overload – the definitive history of one of the world’s most influential comics –  is coming to book stores in February.

With more than 140 pages of fresh content, the brand new hardcover edition of Thrill-Power Overload is being published on 9th February to coincide with the celebrations marking 2000AD’s 40th birthday on 26th February.

Thrill-Powered Overload - SpreadThis edition brings the story of 2000AD bang up to date – from its humble and rocky beginnings in February 1977 to its current position as the self-styled ‘Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’, Thrill-Power Overload charts the incredible history of this ground-breaking title.

With exclusive interviews, hundreds of illustrations and rarely-seen artwork, former 2000AD editor David Bishop and journalist Karl Stock guide you through four decades of action, adventure, excitement and the occasional editorial nightmare.

Told by the people who were there, this is the definitive history of the comic that launched a thousand talents including legends such as John Wagner, Pat Mills, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Carlos Ezquerra, Brian Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Mick McMahon, Grant Morrison, Kevin O’Neill, Simon Bisley and continues with 21st Century breakthrough talents such as Jock, Rob Williams, Andy Diggle, Al Ewing, Henry Flint, Frazer Irving – and many, many more.

From the burst of iconoclastic energy following its predecessors – the violent Battle and the controversial Action – 2000AD survived editorial conflict, strikes, walkouts, arguments, and changing tastes to foster generations of talent who have gone on to have a profound effect not just on comics but on Western culture itself.

Thrill-Power Overload is available in print from physical and digital book stores and comic book stores via Diamond

• It’s also available as a digital edition from the 2000AD webshop, via the 2000AD iPad app, 2000AD Android app and 2000AD Windows 10 app



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