Mark Harrison might have delivered a dramatic cover and a stunning episode of “Grey Area” for this week’s 2000AD (Prog 2091), but it seems it’s Dan Abnett who’s taken over Rebellion’s output this week more than anyone else, with collections of Brink Book Two and the terrific Lawless: Long Range War (from the Judge DreddContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2091 (plus, a plug for the new Brink and Lawless books out now from Rebellion)
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
The latest issue of 2000AD, on sale now in all good newsagents and comic shops, continues to stoke up the fires for all its protagonists, with some particularly grim outlooks for the ABC Warriors and Savage – and Dredd isn’t having much fun, either! Fronted by a cover by Chris Weston, we’re treated to aContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2065
On sale now in all good comic shops and newsagents (and various digital platforms) is 2000AD Prog 2031, which leads with “Judge Dredd: Sons of Booth“, a great “slow-burn” tale from writer TC Eglington, with one of my favourite artists, Nick Dyer (coloured by Chris Blythe) finally getting his teeth into a tale for the Galaxy’s Greatest ComicContinue reading Terrorists Stalk Mega-City One in latest 2000AD, Nick Dyer’s art on Dredd shines!
Quite beside the continuing mayhem, action and general all-out fun within the pages of 2000AD (favourite line: “Obliterate the capitalist quadruped scum!” in “Judge Dredd“, thank you Rob Williams!), my pick of the week is the first issue of Dynamite Entertainment’s James Bond – Hammerhead, written by Andy Diggle. We’ve already posted got a reviewContinue reading Something For the Weekend – “The Name’s Bond” in This Week’s New Comics in the UK (w/c 10th October 2016)