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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 Starlord

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… Read More ›

2000AD Prog 2061, 2017 Christmas Special story line-up revealed, Starlord secrets exposed!

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… Read More ›

Exclusive First Look: “Search Destroy” Strontium Dog Fan Film Poster Revealed!

Search Destroy – a not-for-profit Strontium Dog Fan film inspired by 2000AD‘s mutant bounty hunter Johnny Alpha – will get its first public screening at Thought Bubble in November. We’re delighted to give you at this first look at the film’s poster, a homage… Read More ›

Former Tharg Steve MacManus Set To Spill the Beans on 2000AD’s Early Days

2000AD has announced it is to publish the memories of arguably its most definitive editor – Steve MacManus – in September 2016. In 1973, 20-year-old Steve MacManus joined Fleetway Publications in London as a sub-editor on one of the UK’s… Read More ›

New Comics On Sale This Week (Wednesday 20th January) – Dredd Thrills and Marvel UK Memories!

Welcome to this week’s British creator and publisher-skewed new comics list, a week which, among other things, sees the debut of my old partner in comics crime at Marvel UK, Dave Taylor, pick up the art duties on the Image… Read More ›

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