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The Future’s Here: 2000AD Prog 2110 is on sale now

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 and PJ Holden providing some light relief in their “Judge Dredd” story, welcome relief afterContinue reading The Future’s Here: 2000AD Prog 2110 is on sale now

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The Future’s Here: 2000AD Prog 2109 – and “Ken Reid’s Creepy Creations”, too!

2000AD powers out of November with nary a backward glance, setting sight on the end of the year and the seriously scrotnig 100-page Christmas special, heading your way on 12th December. But before that, we’ve got the finale to “Judge Dredd – The Small House” and the return of “Sinister Dexter” to enjoy! Without heading intoContinue reading The Future’s Here: 2000AD Prog 2109 – and “Ken Reid’s Creepy Creations”, too!

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In Review: 2000AD Prog 2076

This week’s 2000AD (available from all good newsagents and UK comic shops now, and various digital platforms) sees the start of a new “Judge Dredd” story from Michael Carroll and Staz Johnson, pitting the lawman against media machinations and the Sons of Booth, who have all sorts of devilry in the works. We’ve yet toContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2076

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In Review: 2000AD Prog 2075

After its recent “Jump On Board” issue, well received by many regular readers from the look of the letters page, the action hots up in 2000AD Prog 2075, on sale now in UK newsagents and digital platforms, fronted by a cover by Simon Coleby, coloured by Len O’Grady. Stepping away from alien supernatural, “Judge Dredd”Continue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2075

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Jump onboard the 2000AD express with Prog 2050!

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!