2000AD 2033 Scarlet Traces: Cold War Book 2 - Part 11

In Review: 2000AD Prog 2033 – Dumb Learner Drivers and Echoes of “Charley’s War”

Rich Mega-City One “learner drivers” look like they’re about to get a deadly comeuppance as Judge Dredd investigates a missing person case in this week’s thrill-packed 2000AD, with art from Brendan McCarthy putting a suitably macabre spin on the story from TC Eglington. “Hoverrods” kicks off a jam-packed Prog on sale now in all goodContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2033 – Dumb Learner Drivers and Echoes of “Charley’s War”

Judge Dredd by Edmund Bagwell

In Memoriam: 2000AD Comic Artist Edmund Bagwell (Edmund Perryman)

I’m sorry to report the passing of artist Edmund Bagwell, aka Edmund Perryman, who I first met as one of the team working in the Marvel UK basement back in the 1990s, bringing his unique style to the Black Axe series as well as Motormouth and Killpower. Also known for his animation and computer graphics workContinue reading In Memoriam: 2000AD Comic Artist Edmund Bagwell (Edmund Perryman)

Day of Chaos: Endgame

Dredd’s ‘Day of Chaos: Endgame’ on sale next week

Hundreds of millions will die and mile-high tower blocks will crumble – but will Mega-City One fall? Day of Chaos: Endgame – on sale from 18th July – is the city-shattering, full-throttle conclusion to what is rightly acclaimed as one of the best Judge Dredd stories of the past 36 years from John Wagner withContinue reading Dredd’s ‘Day of Chaos: Endgame’ on sale next week

Hoodie Horror from Smith and Bagwell!

The Ravenglade Estate is ‘broken Britain’ as its worse. Plagued by ASBO-wielding gangs, boarded-up shops stinking with human despair, scattered with piles of rubbish from a month-long binmen strike – this is the Daily Mail’s worst nightmare. But there are far worse things lurking on Ravenglade Estate… Cradlegrave – on sale from 13th October –Continue reading Hoodie Horror from Smith and Bagwell!

Guest Post: Al Ewing Tells you why we should be reading 2000AD

Last month, comics writer Al Ewing (who’s writing a series of increasingly regular reviews and musings for the Travelling Man website) gave the thumbs up to 2000AD, urging readers past and present to give it a try.  With Al’s permission, we’re cross-posting his enthusiastic feature here… 2000AD 1753 – on sale now So! I’ve putContinue reading Guest Post: Al Ewing Tells you why we should be reading 2000AD