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Comics: 2000 AD hits Prog 2000!

September 26, 2016 | 1 Comments

(wraparound cover artwork for 2000 AD Prog 2000 – how odd does a smiling Dredd look?!?!? Art by Glen Fabry, colours by Ryan Brown, (c) Rebellion) This week marks a very, very special landmark in...

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Brit Comics Rock 2016

February 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

December and early January are the domain of our annual Best of the Year posts (see here for the recent 2015 series), but now as we move more fully into the new year it’s time...

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Upcoming: Room For Love

November 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s never a bad thing when Ed Hillyer – better known to comic readers as Ilya – has new work coming out. This month sees the release of his Room For Love from SelfMadeHero, a...

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Reviews: 5,4,3,2,1 – Thunderbirds are go!

November 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Thunderbirds: the Comic Collection Hardcover Frank Bellamy, John Cooper, Graham Bleathman et al, Egmont Ah, Thunderbirds, perhaps the most loved of all of the late, great Gerry Anderson’s ground-breaking science fiction shows, one of those...

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Ian Sharman, Pete Rogers and Ewan McLaughlin’s¬†Intergalactic Adventures Of Zakk Ridley is due to appear next year from Orang Utan Comics, but Ian tells us they can’t wait till then for their long-planned science fiction...

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Continuing with a cracking series of videos uploaded by our friends at the Edinburgh International Book Festival there is more comics goodness from the Stripped series of events, including the entire hour-long 2000 AD event,...

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2000AD Preview – Prog 1851

September 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Time again for a look at this week’s 2000AD, out in the shops Wednesday 25th September....

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Starting in the creator-owned slot in the Judge Dredd Megazine next week, Rob Williams and D’Israeli have teamed up to create Ordinary. Unusually for the realms of 2000 AD this is a superhero tale, but...

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No, not some strange collaboration between the Red-scare Senator and the late Spike Milligan, I refer to Blighty’s own Brendan McCarthy and Peter Milligan. On racks today in living, glowing colour (as only Brendan can...

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For our latest Director’s Commentary guest post I think we have a bit of a first for the feature – I think this must be the only time we’ve had two sisters talking us through...

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