Zarjaz, the high quality 2000AD-inspired fan-magazine, has announced their next issue, due for release in May, will be entirely dedicated to the work of 2000AD co-creator Pat Mills.
Wrapped in a stunning Slaine cover by by Dave Kendall, whose first professional work was Psycho Killer for the 1980s version of TOXIC!, written by Pat Mills, creators for the special issue include Al Nolan, Mike Carroll, Nick Dyer, Richmond Clements, Mark Woodland, Andrew White, Ben Byrne, Bolt-01 and more.
“Being prepared for this issue are strips featuring Slaine and the ABC Warriors,” the editors have revealed via the Zarjaz and Dogbreath fanzine blog, “though who knows what can happen in future…”
Marking the news, the Zarjaz team have published a short interview with Pat, who remains optimistic about the future of the weekly comic, which he helped launch back in 2000AD and whose creations include ABC Warriors, Nemesis the Warlock and the recently-arrived Greysuit, drawn by John Higgins.
“In recent years, the comic is very much 2000AD once again,” feels Pat, “the various threats to its identity have faded away, and I think that makes all of us who care passionately about the comic feel great.” Read the interview
• Zarjaz Issue 7 will be on sale at the Britiol Comics Expo
• Zarjaz Issue 6 is still on sale via the Futurequake Press Shop
• Dogbreath Issue 19 is still on sale via the Futurequake Press Shop
Categories: 2000AD, British Comics