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In Review: 2000AD Prog 2068

Wrapped in a gripping cover by Nick Percival (oh, all right, I’ll leave the jokes for another time), this week’s 2000AD sees the end of Judge Dredd’s sojourn in Siberia – and what a trip that has been. Michael Carroll and Paul Davidson work seamlessly on this story, and I really enjoyed the way itContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2068

In Review: 2000AD 2066

I’ve been thrown off course this week by unexpected events both professional and family related, but just a quick plug for this week’s 2000AD, on sale now in all good newsagents and comic shops, and various digital platforms. Top thrill? Action wise it’s a toss up between another prison break-building episode of “Judge Dredd” andContinue reading In Review: 2000AD 2066

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In Review: 2000AD Prog 2063

Wrapped in a cover from Neil Roberts, 2000AD Prog 2063 hits all good newsagents, comic shops and digital platforms today, Wednesday 10th January 2018. This week’s favourite dialogue? Got to be Fly-Trap’s “My tendrils… they’re throbbing!”. Yes, much in demand scripter Peter Milligan delivers full-on craziness in “Bad Company” this week, with Rufus Dayglo’s artContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2063

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Panel Borders: On the Brink of a Brass Sun with 2000AD’s  I.N.J. Culbard

Concluding a month of shows about ‘The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’ on the smashing podcast (and radio show Panel Borders, Alex Fitch talks to artist I.N.J. Culbard about his work for 2000AD on strips such as ‘clock-punk fantasy’ serial “Brass Sun” and the forthcoming “Brink”. Ian also explains his unusual method for drawing Dan Abnett’s anthropomorphicContinue reading Panel Borders: On the Brink of a Brass Sun with 2000AD’s  I.N.J. Culbard

Brass Sun Hard Cover

Ian Edginton signing Brass Sun at Forbidden Planet

  Writer Ian Edginton will be signing copies of Brass Sun at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore on Thursday 4th December from 6 – 7.00pm. Unfortunately, artist Ian Culbard is unable to attend. Described as “Exquisite” by major comics web site Comic Book Resources, Brass Sun, first published in 2000AD is a “a beautifully renderedContinue reading Ian Edginton signing Brass Sun at Forbidden Planet