The latest issue of 2000AD is on sale today in all good newsagents, comic shops and a variety of digital platforms. With Rufus Dayglo‘s “Bad Company” cover leaping from shelves in your face, how can you miss it? Inside, Tharg pays tribute to the late Jim Baikie, while Judge Dredd‘s Siberian mission goes from badContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2064
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!
It’s been a busy week, and not just in terms of stories posted on downthetubes. Among other things, I’ve been to London (not for London Film and Comic Con, which looked incredible, but to discuss an exciting comics project at the British Library); got a sneak peek at the amazing The Spirit newspaper edited by SeanContinue reading That Was the Comic Week That Was: New Aces Weekly, Strontium Dog, Moomins – and a chance to get your work in 2000AD – and Mr Men!
The countdown has begun to this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October (13th – 15th). We continue our “Kendal Calling” interviews with 2000AD and Tank Girl artist Rufus Dayglo. Working mainly in comics, illustration and storyboards – Rufus started his career in traditional 2D animation and storyboarding, before switching over to his first love,Continue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2017: Keeping “Bad Company” with comic artist Rufus Dayglo