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Reviews: Rich goes blue for Rogue Trooper

October 31, 2017 | 1 Comments

Rogue Trooper Redux, Rebellion When Rebellion bought 2000 AD, most of us gamers anticipated a raft of computer games based on the many decades worth of amazing characters in the long-running sci-fi comic. First out...

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One of the compelling hallmarks of the forty years of Judge Dredd tales is that, unlike many long-running comics series which periodically hit the reset button, Dredd’s history is mostly continual and past events can...

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While December and early January tend to be where we run our Best of the Year series from guests and the blog crew, looking back (see here for our 2016 choices), later January is where...

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Comics: Forty years of Thrill Power!!!

December 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

As many of you will already be aware, 2017 marks a major milestone in Brit comics history – the fortieth anniversary of Uncle Tharg arriving on Earth to dispense Thrill Power to readers via the...

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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-Cit Noir, John Smith, Colin MacNeil, John Moore, Leah Reppion, Tom Foster, Rebellion I’ve been a Judge Dredd fan ever since he first appeared in 2000 AD way back in the late 1970s, and while...

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Dan Dare : The 2000 AD Years Volume 1 Hardcover, Pat Mills, Gerry Finley-Day, Massimo Belardinelli, Dave Gibbons, Rebellion Dan Dare, the pilot of the future. Frank Hampson’s creation was born in 1950 and was...

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The Cursed Earth is one of the stand-out early Judge Dredd epic tales and one which was hugely influential in the development of the character and in promoting him to pretty much the biggest British...

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Upcoming: Dan Dare, the 2000 AD Years

October 7, 2015 | 3 Comments

Back when I was just a young space cadet, knee-high to a Gronk, and that first vibrant issue of 2000 AD hit the newsagent’s shelves, there was a cracking space adventure strip which rapidly became...

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News in before the weekend that Ian Edginton and D’Israeli’s excellent Scarlet Traces series, far too long out of print, will return. Originally conceived as part of the Cool Beans website, with extensive animation atop...

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