By John Wagner, Alan Grant (writing as Rick Clark) and Eric Bradbury Publisher: Treasury of British Comics / Rebellion Out: Now Review by Andrew Darlington WAR! What is it good for? Absolutely NOTHING! I was born to the immediate post-war… Read More ›
The ultimate introduction to the ultimate lawman – Essential Judge Dredd – launches this September
Work is proceeding apace on the Kickstarter-funded Rok the God graphic novel from John Wagner, Alan Grant and Dan Cornwell, the sequel to Rok of the Reds, out next year. One element of the campaign was a limited edition variant cover by Brian Bolland – and the artist has now revealed the final cover.
2000AD returns to Free Comic Book Day in 2020 in a blaze of glory – and with a thrilling taster for its brand new comic, Best of 2000 AD. Best of 2000 AD #0 is a 32-page FCBD bombshell featuring… Read More ›
Ahead of the launch of a much-anticipated Kickstarter to fund the next “Rok of the Reds” story Rok the God, the team behind the project have announced a free digital version of Chapter One will be accessible to all on Rok’s forthcoming Kickstarter (October 2nd – mark the date!).
We’ve previously reported on some of the Treasury of British Comics titles on their way to bookshops in 2019 from Rebellion, but now the 2000AD publisher has released more information – and covers – for three of them. Despite the… Read More ›
After a five-year rampage in which over one hundred bloodthirsty creators cut a bloody swath through 100% Biodegradable’s hallowed halls, leaving 750 pages of comic strip carnage in their wake, the final issue of the digital anthology is upon us!… Read More ›
The Mazeworld signing and launch of The Art of Arthur Ranson exhibition is on tonight at Orbital Comics, London. The deluxe new edition of Mazeworld from Rebellion Publishing collects the entire dark fantasy he created with Alan Grant, and was… Read More ›
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… Read More ›