The first full year of weekly newspaper strips (it later went daily which is why we generally think of them as a daily strip, and that was the name given when they were collected in a hardback edition a few years back). Target Chief Judge - this is a bit of a strange one from … Continue reading The Daily Dredds: 1982
I'm more familiar with this cover being glossier, as it appeared on The Best of 2000AD Monthly No 8, which I've owned a copy of for longer than the prog it was reprinted from - I prefer the original printing of Kevin O'Neill's Nemesis cover though. The Nerve Centre gives Tharg a chance to explain … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 239: Nemesis vs Torquemada…
I've got a Nemesis badge I bought in the eighties somewhere - the image used is the Nemesis head in the centre of this cover. Going through the portal are a wide variety of aliens, and decades after purchasing this prog I still managed to notice a new detail (the mono-footed alien knife with a … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 238: Space wars! Final report this prog! Nemesis is back!
Colin Wilson took over as artist on last prog's Rogue and also provides this week's cover as the blue boy accuses one of the assembled Souther generals of being a Nort spy - but which one? The Nerve Centre has a letter from an earthlet who claims to have been reading since Prog 1, but … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 237: "One of you generals is a Nort spy… a man who caused a MASSACRE!"
When Tharg wants to announce a major Dredd story starting, he brings in Brian Bolland to provide the cover - though on previous occassions he was actually drawing the story inside (at least the first episode - see The Judge Child Quest and Judge Death Lives). This time Block Mania gets the Bolland treatment, in … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 236: Block Mania
Mike McMahon's getting good at drawing judges-on-lawmasters (with a back-up of some hover tanks) on the latest cover. Continuity-wise the lawmaster has two sets of headlights - the lower set in (infra-?) red. The great Earthlet vs Terran debate rages on in the Nerve Centre, but Tharg as grown tired of it so has added … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 229: The judges are out in force… Are you their suspect?