2000 AD ABC: ABC Warriors

Borag Thungg, Earthlets! Welcome to a brand new column that will help introduce some of 2000 AD’s greatest characters to those of you that might have been living under a rock. Each week, we’re going to feature one of these character spot lights as we push on into the world of 2000 AD.

Strap yourself in and get ready to check out the mighty Pat Mills creation ABC Warriors! Don’t forget, you can buy the trades of this fantastic story, both digital and physically, on the 2000 AD store which ties in nicely into the 2000 AD apps on iOS, Android and Windows 10.

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