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Starlord’s Classic space epic “Mind Wars” gets Judge Dredd Megazine reprint

There’s a new issue of Judge Dredd Magazine, Issue 408, on sale this week, sporting a cover by Cliff Robinson and Dylan Teague, a release that includes the first volume of the classic Starlord story, “Mind Wars” by Alan Hebden, with art largely by Redondo, as a reprint extra. On sale from Wednesday 15th May inContinue reading Starlord’s Classic space epic “Mind Wars” gets Judge Dredd Megazine reprint

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Klep! “Cosmic Comics” is a Kevin O’Neill comics miscellany that may burn your eyeballs!

Independent publisher Hibernia has teamed up with the Treasury of British Comics to publish Cosmic Comics, a terrific, eye-searing collection of legendary comic creator Kevin O’Neill’s formative work on such titles as 2000AD, Lion, Tornado and StarlordContinue reading Klep! “Cosmic Comics” is a Kevin O’Neill comics miscellany that may burn your eyeballs!

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Bob Wakelin classic games covers art prints now available

Bob Wakelin, the artist behind some of the most iconic cover art of the 1980s, passed away in January last year – but now his family are offering prints of some of his work via Etsy, which left an indelible mark on the imaginations of games players in the 1980s. Bob was best known forContinue reading Bob Wakelin classic games covers art prints now available

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ComicScene comes to newsagents across the UK tomorrow!

ComicScene – a dedicated magazine to comics and comic culture – relaunches tomorrow, Saturday 22nd December – and will be on sale in selected WHSmith, McColls and all good comic shops across the UK. Available from 1000 locations in the UK and Ireland, the first new issue leads with interviews with comic creators Brian MichaelContinue reading ComicScene comes to newsagents across the UK tomorrow!

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Starlord editor Kelvin Gosnell de-cloaks for latest The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast!

In the mid-1970s, a sub-editor at British comics publisher IPC read an Evening Standard newspaper article about a forthcoming movie called Star Wars. Spotting a potential gap in the market and encouraged by fellow IPC employee Pat Mills, he penned a memo to management suggesting that science-fiction would be the Next Big Thing… This week, the 2000AD podcastContinue reading Starlord editor Kelvin Gosnell de-cloaks for latest The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast!