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Simian superhero stalks this week’s 2000 AD… Plus, a Rebellion Summer Titles preview!

Along with the lowdown on this week’s thrill-packed 2000 AD, hold on to your boot straps as downthetubes brings you a taster of things to come from Rebellion in coming months – both books and comics – including some Roy of the Rovers 65th anniversary editions, a terrific Leo Baxendale Sweeny Toddler collection and more!Continue reading Simian superhero stalks this week’s 2000 AD… Plus, a Rebellion Summer Titles preview!

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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Out Today: 2000AD Prog 2105

With a cover from Tiernen Trevallion, 2000AD Prog 2105 is on sale now in all UK newsagents, from comic shops and various digital platforms worldwide. Look out too, for the Scream and Misty Special 2018 (reviewed here) and Judge Dredd Megazine 401! Favourite thrill? Well, “Fiends of the Eastern Front” is just glorious, with DaveContinue reading Out Today: 2000AD Prog 2105

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Pitch perfect! 2000AD Prog 2088, on sale now

With a stunning cover by Neil Roberts (he’s doing some great covers for Commando, too) the latest issue of 2000AD – Prog 2088 – come packed with some terrific strips. i’m really enjoying new thrill “Skip Tracer“, and theres a cracking new “Judge Dredd ” launching in this issue, from Rob Williams, with stunning artContinue reading Pitch perfect! 2000AD Prog 2088, on sale now

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SF action adventure “Skip Tracer” debuts in 2000AD

A terrific new series with a hot-footed new anti-hero: this week’s 2000AD unveils Skip Tracer, new SF action from Doctor Who and Supergirl writer James Peaty. Nolan Blake is a former colonial shock trooper turned tracker-for-hire for hire living in vast outer space colony known only as The Cube. Part-Casablanca, part-Mos-Eisley, The Cube is an underfunded andContinue reading SF action adventure “Skip Tracer” debuts in 2000AD