2000AD Set To Take New York Comic Con By Storm

The always fantastic 2000AD is heading to NYCC this weekend. they will be showing off all their talent and entertaining the masses. If you are lucky enough to be going to NYCC head on over to their booth and say hello!

2000 AD heads for the Big Apple

2000 AD® is heading across the Atlantic this week for the New York Comic Con – but is the Big Apple ready for this much thrill-power?!

The legendary British comic book, still at the cutting edge after 35 years, will once again being attending the show from Thursday October 13 to Sunday October 16 at the Jacob Javits Center on Eleventh Avenue, between 34th and 38th streets in New York.

And this year, 2000 AD is proud to announce a thrill-powered line-up of signings at Booth #1907 with some of the biggest names from the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic:


1pm      Simon Spurrier (X-Club, Crossed web comic, Gutsville)


11am    Rob Williams (Iron Age, Daken, Clas$$war)

1pm      Simon Fraser (Nikolai Dante, Lilly McKenzie)


11am    Al Ewing (Jennifer Blood, Judge Dredd, Zombo)

2pm      Andy Diggle (The Losers, Swamp Thing, Hellblazer) and Jock (The Losers, Batman)

There’ll also be a fantastic selection of 2000 AD US and UK graphic novels, as well as T-shirts that no self-respecting fan should be without.

Brace yourself, New York – Tharg the Mighty’s sending the boys in…

About 2000 AD®

  • Britain’s longest running and most celebrated sci-fi comic
  • at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since 1977
  • multi-award winning 32 page, weekly anthology
  • a cocktail of explosive sci-fi and fantasy, infused with a mean streak of irony and wry black humour
  • Giving birth to iconic characters such as Judge Dredd, Halo Jones, Strontium Dog and Rogue Trooper
  • launched the careers of some of the top names in global comics, including Alan Moore, Mark Millar, Grant Morrison, Brian Bolland, Steve Dillon, Jock, and Peter Milligan.
  • 2000 AD, its monthly sister publication The Judge Dredd Megazine, and its extensive range of collected graphic novels are available to buy online, from all major magazine retailers across the UK and Europe and from all good comic stores across the US.


Source: 2000AD

GS Reporter: Matt


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