Lakes Festival Focus 2018: An Interview with Rob Williams

Lakes Festival Focus 2019: An Interview with Rob Williams

Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This “Festival Focus” for 2019 is with writer Rob Williams, whose works include “Judge Dredd” for 2000AD, with a collection of The Small House on sale next week; ActionContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2019: An Interview with Rob Williams

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Out Today: 2000AD Prog 2138 (with Prog Rock References!)

I couldn’t help but smile reading the latest episode of this week’s “Judge Dredd” story in 2000AD Prog 2138, because nestling in the story from Kenneth Niemand is a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it tip of the hat to one of the bands that commanded my attention back in the 1970s, The Alan Parsons Project, founded by Alan Parsons.Continue reading Out Today: 2000AD Prog 2138 (with Prog Rock References!)

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Out This Week: 2000AD Prog 2137

In 2000AD’s new thrill “Judge Anderson: Martyrs” launching this week, writer Emma Beeby (Mata Hari, Doctor Who) and artist Aneke (DC Comics Bombshells) give Mega-City One’s top telepath one of her toughest missions yet – to save her friend, the possessed Judge KarynContinue reading Out This Week: 2000AD Prog 2137

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Scarlet Traces returns to 2000AD this week! Plus, Upcoming Titles News from Rebellion…

2000AD Prog 2126 is on sale now in all good newsagents, UK comic shops and via various digital platforms, with a cracking cover from D’Israeli, marking the return of the alien invaders story “Scarlet Traces” to the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! Read on for a full run down – and a guide to a host ofContinue reading Scarlet Traces returns to 2000AD this week! Plus, Upcoming Titles News from Rebellion…

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Blast! An Early 1990s British News Stand Comics Casualty

Image via EBay Short-lived, like many of its brethren and certainly overlooked, Blast! had some worthwhile strip content and is certainly worth a revisit. Luke Williams delves into its pages… By the late 1980s, following the triple header of Watchmen, The Dark Knight Returns and Maus, comics were becoming acceptable, even fashionable and “hip”. NotContinue reading Blast! An Early 1990s British News Stand Comics Casualty