COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2024

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2024

5 Apr, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2024 (29 March 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Brink, Future Shocks, Scarlet Traces, and Cursed: The Fall of Deadworld, with cover artwork by John McCrea and Mike Spicer.

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2025

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2025

4 Apr, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2025 (05 April 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Brink, Scarlet Traces, Future Shocks, and Cursed: The Fall of Deadworld, with cover artwork by Clint Langley.

COMIC REVIEW: Rebels: These Free And Independent States #1

COMIC REVIEW: Rebels: These Free And Independent States #1

4 Apr, 2017

Brian Wood returns for a second bite of the… what’s that fruit? George Washington would know. Anyway, Rebels is back, and this time it’s all about messing around in boats.

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2023

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2023

24 Mar, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2023 (22 March 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Brink, Future Shocks, Scarlet Traces, and Cursed: The Fall of Deadworld, with cover artwork by Dylan Teague.

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2022

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2022

23 Mar, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2022 (15 March 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Sinister Dexter, Kingmaker, The Order, and Kingdom, with cover artwork by Ben Willsher.

COMIC REVIEW: The Order: Die Mensch Maschine

COMIC REVIEW: The Order: Die Mensch Maschine

21 Mar, 2017

The comic is written by Kek-W (The Fall of Deadworld, Canon Fodder) and art is by the legendary John Burns (Judge Dredd, George & Lynne), and the artwork is as exquisite as ever: bold colours splashed across mellow backgrounds and faces that just come to life on the page. And the plot is……interesting to say the least.

COMIC REVIEW: Harrow County #21

COMIC REVIEW: Harrow County #21

18 Mar, 2017

The “Southern Gothic” horror series continues to shock and intrigue as its protagonist Emmy is thrust into a new role.

COMIC REVIEW: Ian Livingstone’s Freeway Fighter #1

COMIC REVIEW: Ian Livingstone’s Freeway Fighter #1

17 Mar, 2017

Andi Ewington’s comic book adaptation of Ian Livingstone’s 1985 Freeway Fighter gamebook is an unrelentingly kinetic and compelling tale of post-apocalyptic vehicular savagery and survival that deserves its place among the canonical works of the ‘dystopian action’ genre.

COMIC REVIEW: American Gods: Shadows #1

COMIC REVIEW: American Gods: Shadows #1

12 Mar, 2017

Neil Gaiman is back in the world of comic books; this time as co-writer with P. Craig Russell (The Sandman: The Dream Hunters) in an adaptation of Gaiman’s classic fantasy novel, American Gods. In American Gods: Shadows #1, Dark Horse have presented the story of how and why Shadow, the novel’s protagonist, leaves jail and meets the mysterious and oddly knowledgeable Wednesday

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2021

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2021

9 Mar, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2021 (08 March 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Sinister Dexter, Kingmaker, The Order, and Kingdom, with cover artwork by Patrick Goddard and Gary Caldwell.