A great mix of old, new, rebooted and digital releases from Rebellion, out this week and soon!
Magic, mayhem and an all-new Judge Dredd Megazine!
Peter Duncan offers his views on this week’s 2000AD, Prog 2170, a follow-up to last year’s Regened Prog, all-ages issue, and the first of four planned for 2020
There’s a cracking issue of 2000AD on sale now in all good UK newsagents and comic shops – and digital platforms – with all-new stories starting throughout, offering a great chance to either start reading the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, or… Read More ›
With a smashing cove from Chris Weston, the final regular issue of 2000AD – Prog 2110 – for 2018 is on sale now, and several of the current stories reach a momentous conclusion. It all kicks off, however, with Rory McConville… Read More ›
In Review: 2000AD Prog 2091 (plus, a plug for the new Brink and Lawless books out now from Rebellion)
Mark Harrison might have delivered a dramatic cover and a stunning episode of “Grey Area” for this week’s 2000AD (Prog 2091), but it seems it’s Dan Abnett who’s taken over Rebellion’s output this week more than anyone else, with collections… Read More ›
Behind a smashing Judge Anderson cover by Jon Davis-Hunt, 2000AD heads ever closer to Prog 2000, with a fine mix of great strips. Top of the list has to be the cracking conclusion to “Tharg’s 3rillers: Mindmine” by Rory Mcconville, Colin… Read More ›
Something for the Weekend (w/c 15th August 2016): Doctor Who, Dream Gangs, Dredd and Mind Mines, Too!
I’ve heaped plenty of praise on the fast-developing PJ Maybe -focused “Judge Dredd: Ladykiller” story (by John Wagner, Carlos Ezquerra and Annie Parkhouse) and “Scarlet Traces: Cold War” (by Ian Edginton, D’Israeli and Annie Parkhouse) in 2000AD in recent weeks in our weekly… Read More ›
Calling all budding writers and artists – this November could be your big chance to break into comics, courtesy of 2000AD and the Thought Bubble Festival. During November’s Thought Bubble convention in Leeds, 2000AD will once again stage the only… Read More ›