Black Max soars again in New Year 2000AD

Legendary British comics villain Black Max returned to the news stand in 2000AD last year – with some of his early adventures in Thunder and Lion from the 1970s also collected – but this week, he’s the weekly title’s cover star, thanks to Tiernen Trevallion! Black Max features in the latest terrific episode of “FiendsContinue reading Black Max soars again in New Year 2000AD

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Christmas Countdown 2018: 2000AD Prog 2111 – a Festive Review!

Christmas is almost upon us – no, really, it is, I’ve already started or receiving or seeing eCards! and of course, the festive season wouldn’t be what it is with out the 2000AD Special, featuring a terrific cover by John Higgins! Well, all right, there are a number of things I’d put above Prog 2111Continue reading Christmas Countdown 2018: 2000AD Prog 2111 – a Festive Review!

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Jump On Board! This week’s new 2000AD aims to entice new readers

New readers should have no qualms about jumping on board and buying 2000AD tomorrow as a brand-new roster of stories starts in the bumper Prog 2100. There are some great strips included, particularly the Judge Anderson tale penned by Alan Grant, featuring smashing art by Jake Lynch. Plus “Fiends of the Eastern Front – 1812“,Continue reading Jump On Board! This week’s new 2000AD aims to entice new readers

Penultimate 100% Biodegradable headlines a “Funguys” epic from Ian Edginton and Alan Burrows

The penultimate edition of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable is out now on Comicsy and Drivethru, featuring 46 pages of sci-fi/horror for just 69p/$0.99. Editor David Hailwood will soon bow out on this great title, which has featured some terrific work by both established and new creators during its run, moving on to new projects.Continue reading Penultimate 100% Biodegradable headlines a “Funguys” epic from Ian Edginton and Alan Burrows

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In Review: 2000AD Prog 2070

Brains in jars? All-out robot battles? creeping horror in Mega-City One? if only one of those concepts tickles your fancy, then it’s more than enough for you to pick up 2000AD Prog 2070, which comes with a thoroughly spooky, haunting cover from Dave Taylor. Judge Dredd is investigating weirdness thats arrived, Quatermass-style, in a shipContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2070