2000AD Prog 2142 - Cover

Rebellion Round Up: 2000AD Prog 2142, a new Judges Novella and more

Here’s a guide to Rebellion releases for this week and beyond, opening with 2000AD Prog 2142, which comes with a crazily creepy Cthulu-inspired cover from Adam Brown to lead us into “Indigo Prime: Fall of the House of Vista”, on sale tomorrow, and issue of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic offering a delicious smorgasbord of horror-tingedContinue reading Rebellion Round Up: 2000AD Prog 2142, a new Judges Novella and more

2000AD Prog 2126 - Cover SNIP

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…

Next weekend’s Cosmic Rebels Con offers 2000AD creators among guest line up

Cosmic Rebels Con returns to Enniscorthy, Ireland, next weekend (Sunday 14th April), and there are a number of comic creators from 2000AD on the guest list, including writer Michael Carroll and artists Steven Austin, Eoin Coveney and Tom Foster.Continue reading Next weekend’s Cosmic Rebels Con offers 2000AD creators among guest line up

"Jasmin, The Little Japanese Princess" (Nahomi) by Crisse and Bom

In the Spotlight: Marvel UK’s European Comic Reprints

Over on his Boys Adventure Comics Blog, downthetubes contributor Richard Sheaf has highlighted the inclusion of a strip from Le Lombard‘s Franco-Belgian Tintin comic magazine in a short-lived Marvel UK comic. It’s an example of European reprint by the company, better known for re-publishing Marvel superhero strips, as well as its hugely successful titles suchContinue reading In the Spotlight: Marvel UK’s European Comic Reprints

Eagle - The Eagulation of British Adventure Comics - graphic by Michael Carrol

How so many British Adventure Comics became just one – Eagle – in the 1990s

Over on his brilliant Rusty Staples site, 2000AD writer Michael Carroll has begun a series of articles tracing the history of British comics, creating a series of “family trees” showing various mergers and more down the years. It’s something Alan Notton has done in the past over on ComicsUK (his work sadly the victim ofContinue reading How so many British Adventure Comics became just one – Eagle – in the 1990s