As the countdown continues toward 2000AD Prog 2100, here’s a quick look at the next issue of Britain’s only SF weekly comic, on sale on Wednesday in all good newsagents, UK comic shops and via various digital platforms. This issue features “Judge Dredd“, “The Order“, “Survival Geeks“, “Grey Area” and “Mechastopheles“, all stories thundering towardsContinue reading Sneak Peek: 2000AD Prog 2097 – and some hints of new thrills in Prog 2100!
The latest 2000AD Sci Fi Special was released last week and I mentioned how much I enjoyed the Terror Tale, “The Hockey Sticks of Hell”, from writer Olivia Hicks with art by Abigail Bulmer. Phillip Vaughan, Senior Lecturer at the University of Dundee and Art Director at Dundee Comics Creative Space, has very kindly given downthetubesContinue reading Creating Comics: An Interview with artist and writer Olivia Hicks
This Wednesday (20th June) sees the release of the latest 2000AD Sci-Fi Special, crammed with new strips featuring Judge Anderson, Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper and more. This edition is entirely created by women – from writers to artists, colourists to letterers, a unique publication in more than four decades of the legendary SF action comic. CombiningContinue reading Out This Week: the 2000AD Sci-Fi Special 2018
BHP Comics have announced a collection of the much-praised Rok of the Reds mini-series, written by 2000AD’s John Wagner and Alan Grant, drawn by Judge Dredd artist Dan Cornwell, withcolours by Abigail Bulmer. Due for release 16th April 2018, Rok of the the Reds is a terrific SF adventure with a football-focused setting. Dangerous intergalacticContinue reading “Rok of the Reds” collected – a Roy of the Rovers meets Doomlord styled SF adventure!
You cannot kill what doesss not liiiive – but how will the future cope with the four alternative horsemen of the apocalypse? For a darkly gothic Christmas treat, Britain’s biggest comic – 2000AD – has teamed up with New Scientist, Britain’s top science magazine, for a special story that flings Judge Dredd’s arch-nemeses, the infamousContinue reading 2000AD’s Dark Judges stalk into New Scientist – the strangest crossover yet?