I'm trying to avoid saying that every cover is a classic, but even in an era of great images, this one by Carlos Ezquerra stands out, marking the finale of Strontium Dog's battle against Malak Brood. Another cut-size Nerve Centre as Tharg Dracula plus next prog, meanwhile sharing space with Forbidden Planet badges, the 2000AD … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 345: Strontium Dog vs Malak Brood!
Jesus Redondo finally gets a cover! I've not been keeping track, but as well as ilustrating a cover to his story (Ian Gibson drawing the previous two Return to Armageddon covers), I think this might be the first cover I've seen by him in either Starlord or 2000AD. Also, as he's normally just 'Redondo' in … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 203: “Aeee! It’s the thing we saw on TV… the freak that can’t be killed!”
Judge Dredd bursts through a map of a Mega-City One sector in this Brian Bolland cover. Tharg introduces the contents page, with a fantastic painting by Ron Smith of Mega-City One by Night. The city looks golden - probably more through a trick of the sunset or sodium lighting than from the blocks looking yellow. … Continue reading Judge Dredd Annual 1981: 2000 A.D.’s top sci-fi hero bursts into action!
Dave Gibbons' provides a full-colour Dan Dare cover. The Nerve Centre has reader art introducing Tharg's sister, Marg, who will one day appear in comic form - I had no idea she was a reader creation! Taking pride of place in this nerve centre is a comic strip created by Steve Noble and Kev Sutherland. … Continue reading 2000AD and Starlord Prog 123: Guilty of treason! The hunt is on for Dan Dare!