Wrapped in a gripping cover by Nick Percival (oh, all right, I’ll leave the jokes for another time), this week’s 2000AD sees the end of Judge Dredd’s sojourn in Siberia – and what a trip that has been. Michael Carroll and Paul Davidson work seamlessly on this story, and I really enjoyed the way itContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2068
Titan Comics have revealed the covers and teased interior art on their celebratory The Prisoner comic first teased and reported on downthetubes last October. They’ve also announced the impending publication of an oversized artist edition of a lost The Prisoner comic book classic by comic book legends Jack Kirby, Gil Kane and Steve Englehart. BothContinue reading Titan Comics teases “The Prisoner” projects, more new series revealed, lost Jack Kirby project collected
The latest issue of 2000AD, on sale now in all good newsagents and comic shops, continues to stoke up the fires for all its protagonists, with some particularly grim outlooks for the ABC Warriors and Savage – and Dredd isn’t having much fun, either! Fronted by a cover by Chris Weston, we’re treated to aContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2065
Wrapped in a cover from Neil Roberts, 2000AD Prog 2063 hits all good newsagents, comic shops and digital platforms today, Wednesday 10th January 2018. This week’s favourite dialogue? Got to be Fly-Trap’s “My tendrils… they’re throbbing!”. Yes, much in demand scripter Peter Milligan delivers full-on craziness in “Bad Company” this week, with Rufus Dayglo’s artContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2063
Details of this year’s 100-page special Christmas issue of 2000AD, have been announced – and if you pre-order now from the 2000AD web shop, the first 200 orders will also get an exclusive Starlord Trooper print by Henry Flint. The Special Prog 2061 rounds out its fortieth anniversary year with a beast of an issue,Continue reading 2000AD Prog 2061, 2017 Christmas Special story line-up revealed, Starlord secrets exposed!