2000AD Prog 427: Anderson – Death or Glory? “Jusssticcce ssshall be done!”

Anderson invites the Dark Judges to limbo, Sláine has a wardrobe change, Supersurf 7 is go, Johnny and Wulf pay a trip to the farm and a 20th century earthlet Boing®s to the 22nd.

2000AD Prog 416: Zarjaz 8th birthday issue! Win! commodore 64 computer systems & Valiant Robo-Turtles! New mega-thrills! Alpha – Strontium Dog! “The future is here!” Anderson – Psi Division!

Anderson Psi Division makes her debut (well, in her own series), the worm turns (did I use that pun already?), another night, another graveyard shift, Rogue and the boys are all at sea and a bounty hunting duo become a bounty hunting trio.

2000AD Prog 385: Alpha vs Stix “Who’s next?”

It's only right that a long-running story from one of the Mount Rushmore characters gets a cover, aned Carlos Ezquerra obliges with the showdown within on this cover. Tharg's Nerve Centre points out that it's the last episode of the current Strontium Dog story, and also Halo Jones. An earthlet asks when the ABC Warriors … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 385: Alpha vs Stix “Who’s next?”

The Daily Dredds: 1983

The newspaper strips continue in to their third year (and were collected with those from 1981 to 1986 in a hardback edition a few years back). For the sake of logistics, I'm saving these up in to batches for coverage in this blog (it wouldn't exactly be practical to have one episode per day, interspersed … Continue reading The Daily Dredds: 1983

2000AD Prog 360: “It’s alive!” The Haunting of Sector house 9

Brett Ewins provides a second week's prog cover, this time featuring Psi-Judge Geller. As an aside, Geller seems to have no connection with script robot Simon Geller, who'll start making contributions to the galaxy's greatest in about three prog-year's time. This prog has a 17 March 1984 cover date and cost 20p. Tharg's Nerve Centre … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 360: “It’s alive!” The Haunting of Sector house 9

2000AD Prog 353: Simply light years ahead! Judge Dredd vs. Captain Strange and his Weird Boys! “Drokk! Firebomb!”

2000AD Prog 353 cover, art by Steve Dillon Steve Dillon's first cover since Cry of the Werewolf is also depicting a scene from the Dredd story within. Tharg's Nerve Centre brings news that a cat at Bristol Polytechnic is now a squaxx (along with seven students). Sláine: Sky Chariots Part 2 by Pat Mills and … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 353: Simply light years ahead! Judge Dredd vs. Captain Strange and his Weird Boys! “Drokk! Firebomb!”

2000AD Prog 346: The dinosaurs are in town! “Hold your fire!”

Ron Smith introduces us to dinosaurs in Mega-City One in this Judge Dredd cover. Also features a speech balloon. Tharg's Nerve Centre features the awards the Galaxy's Greatest comic has won lately - namely the Comics Adventure Strip of the Year from the Cartoonists Club of Great Britain and Character most Worthy of Own Series … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 346: The dinosaurs are in town! “Hold your fire!”

2000AD Prog 337: Something slimy this way comes… Join Nemesis at the Hatching!

Kevin O'Neill provides the kind of cover we've never seen before - a homunculus-eye view of being born, from inside the egg! Pretty sure we've not seen that since either. Or in any other comic, for that matter. In Tharg's Nerve Centre TMO states that this prog is an attempt at the Galactic Thrill-Power record, … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 337: Something slimy this way comes… Join Nemesis at the Hatching!

2000AD Prog 331: Bred to fight… destined to die?

Cam Kennedy brings in an almost pointillist cover of Rogue, just managing to fit in all the bio-chips. Tharg's Nerve Centre contains news of free gifts to be given away with Progs 333 and 334 (I still have these - the free gifts actually ran from 332 to 335 but I didn't get 334 at … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 331: Bred to fight… destined to die?

2000AD Prog 294: A Tale of Two Cities! In Mega-City 1 requiem for a vigilante In Brit-Cit The sound of music E.T. Review and Freebie – This Prog!

A composite cover bodged together from panels of Dredd by Carlos Ezquerra and Slade by Ian Gibson. I'm curious what the freebie is though - and if I'm reading it right it's directly related to E.T. Tharg's Nerve Centre features a letter from a Tellurian named Clare who is romantically interested in Dredd (and was … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 294: A Tale of Two Cities! In Mega-City 1 requiem for a vigilante In Brit-Cit The sound of music E.T. Review and Freebie – This Prog!