Every story in this issue grabs the reader in different ways and we’re now going to have to wait in anticipation for Meg #384…it’s going to be worth the wait
Welcome back to another episode of the 2000 AD ABC where we post the bite-sized explanation of key 2000 AD characters as we, All-Comic.com, massively increase our 2000 AD coverage. These nice little chunks are great to introduce you to some of the characters other than Judge Dredd that you might not be familiar with. Speaking ..
A bleak look at the futility of war, but you will be well rewarded with the wonderful balance of humor, impressive and original artwork as well as a compelling and genuinely interesting read
Megazine #382 begins and ends strongly with Judge Dredd: Big Meg and Lawless: Long-Range War respectively. Easily the highlights of this issue, they are supplemented by a brand new title Havn that is eager to get underway
JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #382 UK & DIGITAL: 15 March 2017 £5.99 NORTH AMERICA: 15 April 2017 $13 DIAMOND CODE: JAN171932 COVER: JAKE LYNCH In this issue: Judge Dredd: Big Meg by TC Eglington (w) Boo Cook (a) Annie Parkhouse (l) Anderson, Psi Division: Dragon Blood by Alan Grant (w) Paul Marshall (a) Dylan Teague (c) Simon Bowland ..
Comic book superstars Brian Bolland, Mick McMahon, Dave Gibbons, and Kevin O’Neill are set to return to the pages of the legendary 2000 AD for its 2,000th issue! Europe’s longest running sci-fi action comic reaches its landmark 2,000th issue on 28 September and some of the most prominent creators ever to grace its pages have returned for a 48-page ..
Shamballa continues this trend of fantastic collections from the Judge Dredd Mega Collection initiative that play out thematically rather than chronologically. If you can get your hands on these, there is no better time than right now to get into Dredd. This is a character, and a universe, that has and continues to stand the test of time
Judge Dredd the Mega Collection: Apocalypse War starts off tame in comparison and slowly builds to a grand finale the likes of which possibly no other comic has ever, or maybe will ever, match. Starting with Block Mania and transitioning into Apocalypse War was not only extremely clever from John Wagner—co-creator of Judge Dredd, who went by T.B. Gover at ..