downthetubes has sets of the initial releases of new 2000AD jigsaws to give away!
There’s action aplenty in this week’s 2000AD, which includes a surprise return for a Judge Dredd character we all thought was dead!
Increased demand for science fiction audio adventures deal drives partnership with Penguin and Rebellion
Penguin Random House UK recently launched a new partnership between its audio division and 2000AD publisher Rebellion, in response to increasing demand for science fiction audio
Comic artist Tony O’Donnell was lucky enough to explore The Life and Times of Orcadian Artist Jim Baikie exhibition
A guide to all announced 2000AD and Treasury of British Collections and Specials for 2020
Early Judge Dredd art by Mick McMahon, and a high grade copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, are on offer from Heritage Auctions…
2000AD celebrates its 43rd birthday this week – no mean achievement in today’s difficult marketplace! Plus check out our latest listing of upcoming Books and Specials from Rebellion
If you’re a fan of the art of 2000AD artist Chris Weston, you may be interested in this Judge Dredd art he’s currently selling on eBay – but with nine days to go and the top bid already at £320, you may need deep pockets…
It seems someone has been doing some pruning Wikipedia, resulting in the deletion of some Judge Dredd-related articles, including an extensive feature on Judge Death – although a snapshot of the page survives on the archive site Wayback Machine. While… Read More ›
From folk horror to sci-fi fantasy mash-ups, from new series to old favourites – 2000AD’s graphic novel schedule for 2020 is a high-octane blast of the very best in comics. This year’s list combines the best of 2000AD’s newest output… Read More ›
Published in 1984, Fantagrahics Amazing Heroes magazine (#52), ran a Judge Dredd cover by Brian Bolland which on publication promoted a “European Invasion” of US comics – and the art itself is up for auction next month at ComicLink
The ultimate introduction to the ultimate lawman – Essential Judge Dredd – launches this September