2000AD Prog 2030 is on sale in all good newsagents and comic shops across the UK from tomorrow (Wednesday 10th May 2017). Here’s a quick taster of the issue. It’s another smasher – although, to be frank, we’re still reeling from the fantastic page of the 2000AD Free Comic Book Day release, which features RoyContinue reading 2000AD Prog 2030: Dark Judges, Martians and Much More!
Featuring a cracking cover by Matt Ferguson, 2000AD Prog 2027 is on sale now in all good comic shops and UK newsagents – and via various digital platforms. John McCrea‘s art on “Judge Dredd” is adrenaline-soaked brilliance and makes it worth the entrance price alone so check it out! Judge Dredd – Harvey (Part 4)Continue reading Dredd in Rip-Roaring Action in latest 2000AD (Prog 2027)
As it prepares to celebrate its 2,000th Prog, 2000AD has announced a special Prog 2000 Signing Day! To mark 2000 issues of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, there will be signings across the globe with some of the comics’ top creators, from Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner and legendary artists such as Mick McMahon, Colin MacNeil, Boo Cook, and Steve YeowellContinue reading 2000AD’s Prog 2000 Signing Day – Full Details
Behind a smashing Judge Anderson cover by Jon Davis-Hunt, 2000AD heads ever closer to Prog 2000, with a fine mix of great strips. Top of the list has to be the cracking conclusion to “Tharg’s 3rillers: Mindmine” by Rory Mcconville, Colin MacNeil, Peter Doherty and Simon Bowland. Both script and story on this are brilliant, with a fantastic end twistContinue reading Something For The Weekend (w/c 22nd August 2026): Judge Anderson Steps Out!
I’ve heaped plenty of praise on the fast-developing PJ Maybe -focused “Judge Dredd: Ladykiller” story (by John Wagner, Carlos Ezquerra and Annie Parkhouse) and “Scarlet Traces: Cold War” (by Ian Edginton, D’Israeli and Annie Parkhouse) in 2000AD in recent weeks in our weekly New Comics column. But “Tharg’s 3rillers: Mindmine“, by Rory Mcconville, Colin Macneil, Peter Doherty and SimonContinue reading Something for the Weekend (w/c 15th August 2016): Doctor Who, Dream Gangs, Dredd and Mind Mines, Too!