2000AD Prog 299: “Stop the world – I wanna get on!” Escape from the High Rock!

It's a big week for Harry, and so he gets this cover from Alan Davis (second of three H20 covers, I believe) - the tag line says all you need to know. Tharg's Nerve Centre has Tharg recap some of the achievements of the last century of progs (Rogue Trooper, Ace Trucking, Nemesis the Warlock, … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 299: “Stop the world – I wanna get on!” Escape from the High Rock!

2000AD and Starlord Prog 122: More Mind-Blowing Than Ever! We’re No 1 Across the Universe!

Following standalone Dave Gibbons and Brian Bolland covers, this week's prog has a painted spaceship by Kevin O'Neill. Unfortunately there's so much text on the cover that the image has been cut to half size. The Nerve Centre contains instructions on assembling the robo-booklet, so this week's back cover must be the last piece. Judge … Continue reading 2000AD and Starlord Prog 122: More Mind-Blowing Than Ever! We’re No 1 Across the Universe!

2000AD Sci-Fi Special 1979: Mek-Wars Pull-out colour poster that doesn’t pull its punches!

IPC may be pretending that the weekly 2000AD is actually 2000AD and Starlord, but the same cannot be said of the Sci-Fi Special, and so there is no 'and Starlord' above Brian Bolland's picture of Judge Dredd and the Ape Gang. There's a strip with a few promo pictures from within messing up the bottom … Continue reading 2000AD Sci-Fi Special 1979: Mek-Wars Pull-out colour poster that doesn’t pull its punches!

2000 A.D. Annual 1978

Where to start?  Firstly, this was supposed to be the next prog, but a few pages in I noticed that there was an ad for the first 2000 A.D. Annual and after a quick search to try to find out what date it was published it looks like it was after the last prog I … Continue reading 2000 A.D. Annual 1978

Prog 26: Greetings, Earthmen! We are the First of the Satan Horde!

Welcome to any new readers who followed the link from Eamonn's Mega City Book Club! Another week, another supercover, another art style I don't recognise.  Not a fantastic picture, I'm afraid - can't help feeling that Belardinelli would have made a better job of it (you can tell I like his artwork, can't you?)  I'm detecting … Continue reading Prog 26: Greetings, Earthmen! We are the First of the Satan Horde!