Thrill-powered new 2000AD, all-new Monster Fun comic, classic adventure in “House of Dolmann”, are all coming your way from Rebellion!
The Intestinauts are back! 2000AD 2230 Preview, Time Flies collected and our latest “Rebellion Releases” check list
Toilet humour ahead? A welcome return of the Intestinauts this week
The Cor!! Buster Easter Special is back with another 52 pages of all-out comedy anarchy this April from the Treasury of British Comics, wrapped in an ace cover by Neil Googe! Firmly aimed at kids (young and old!), the Cor!!… Read More ›
Today’s the day! The all-new Cor!! and Buster Humour Special is on sale today in all good newsagents and British comic shops!
British comic creators, publishers and fans have paid tribute to Judge Dredd artist and former Spitfire pilot Ron Smith, who passed away aged 90 early yesterday
Time to plunge once more into the future-shocked worlds of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, 2000AD, screaming toward you today behind a smashing cover by Pye Parr. The latest “Skip Tracer” thriller, “Legion”, comes to its explosive finale this prog (but Tharg… Read More ›
The latest issue of 2000AD – Prog 2107 – is on sale today in all good newsagents, wrapped in a creepy cover by Clint Langley – and there are two great graphic collections out from Rebellion this week, too, one featuring… Read More ›
2000AD’s D.R. & Quinch return in “2000AD Regened”, Rebellion’s Free Comic Book Day 2018 all-ages giveaway!
2000AD has just announced 2000 AD Regened, its brand new all-ages title, for Free Comic Book Day 2018! 2000 AD Regened is a riotous new comic featuring original, full-colour strips packed with thrill-power for Earthlets of all inception dates and with FCBD… Read More ›
Malta Comic Con 2017 tickets will be on sale exclusively during Wicked Comics Halloween Party, which will take place today, Saturday 28th October 2017 at the St. Andrew’s Band Club in Luqa. The Halloween Costume party is free of charge and… Read More ›
A Certain Symmetry (Self Published) By Richard Worth & Jordan Collver I’ve long been an admirer of the distinctively creative collaborations of Worth & Collver and this tantalizing pamphlet (at the time intended purely to seduce publishers) is another slice… Read More ›