The 2000AD team, comic creators and fans have welcomed the news that acclaimed filmmaker Duncan Jones is to bring Rogue Trooper to the big screen. The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic has released a free character primer and a huge number artists have been tweeting examples of their interpretation of the battle-hardened Genetic Infantryman created by Gerry Finley-DayContinue reading 2000AD, comic creators and fans celebrate as Rogue Trooper film announced
Want a good place to start reading (or re-reading!) 2000AD? Prog 2050 is out today in all good newsagents and comic shops, with all-new thrills and an absolutely stonking line-up to appeal to both loyal and lapsed Squaxx dek Thargo. Apart from all-new “Slaine” from Pat Mills and Simon Davis, my favourite story has toContinue reading Jump onboard the 2000AD express with Prog 2050!
Independent UK developer and 2000AD publisher Rebellion has released a new Rogue Trooper Redux trailer, comparing the game’s impressive visuals directly with those of the original 2006 game. The new trailer also reveals the game’s launch date of 17th October 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (from Steam and GOG.com). The Nintendo SwitchContinue reading Something old, something new … Rogue Trooper Redux “Comparison Trailer” released
Vice Press have just released a brand new, officially licensed 2000AD screen print; Rogue Trooper by Florian Bertmer, a huge fan of the comic who has brought Nu-Earth to life through insanely detailed art. Florian Bertmer is a German-born artist living in Los Angeles, who has a flair for the macabre and a profound knowledgeContinue reading Vice Press release stunning new Rogue Trooper poster by Florian Bertmer
The Book: Steve MacManus, the editor of 2000AD during the 1980s, lifts the lid on how the UK’s most important comic came into existence and his extraordinary role in shaping it into a industry revolutionising icon. In 1973, a twenty-year-old MacManus joined Fleetway Publications as a sub-editor on UK adventure title Valiant, a title then sellingContinue reading In Review: The Mighty One My Life Inside The Nerve Centre