Tom Foster Breaks Into the World of 2000AD [Interview]

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TweetFor the past few years, 2000AD have held a talent competition at Thought Bubble, with the winner getting the opportunity to illustrate a story for publication in the prog itself. Last year saw Will Morris take the victory, as part of his sweep of 2012/2013 which saw him ultimately win the British Comic Award for […]

NYCC Panel Recap: The 2000AD Panel

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TweetStarting with moderator Mike Molcher quickly breaking two microphones in a row and ending with him soliciting selected members of the audience for sexual favours, the 2000AD Panel lived up to the reputation carefully cultivated by the company. He was joined onstage by Ian Edginton, Al Ewing, and Andy Diggle to talk about all the […]

DreddPad: 20 Volumes of Judge Dredd Are Now Available Digitally

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Tweet2000AD have sent the news across that they’ve made all 20 volumes of Judge Dredd’s Complete Casefiles available digitally for iPods and iPads and all those other futuristic things you people have. Via their iOS App, readers can now buy and read thirty years of Dredd history.

REVIEW: John Wagner and Arthur Ranson’s Button Man

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TweetThe Button Man series by John Wagner and Arthur Ranson is a rare creature. For a magazine designed to tell fast-paced adventures, this is a far quieter and more subdued piece of work than is typically found in 2000AD, and a reminder of how powerful a writer Wagner can be. A slow-burn story, the series moves […]

2000AD Plan ‘Day of Action’ in Support of a DREDD Sequel

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TweetTharg popped round for a biscuit earlier, before thrusting a piece of yellowing paper into my hands and saying “this can run immediately.” It appears that 2000AD are endorsing the 18th September as ‘a day of action’, you see, during which they hope to drum up support for a sequel to the pretty-brill 2012 DREDD […]

Wonder Woman, Zenith and New Seaguy: Laura Sneddon Interviews Grant Morrison

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TweetLaura Sneddon, whom we claim as our own and have dubbed ‘Sneddsy’ against her protestations, today has an interview with Grant Morrison up on The Guardian’s website. In the piece, which focuses on his upcoming Wonder Woman graphic novel at DC, Morrison also discusses the current Zenith situation – as well as revealing off-hand that […]

Here’s All Our News from SDCC in One Place

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TweetOne of the things heard most frequently this weekend online was ‘why is there no comic news coming out of SDCC’? You mean aside from the masses and masses of comics news which came out of the convention, right? The Beat covered basically every single comics company you can imagine, and we’ve still got a […]

SDCC’13: 2000AD Brings Thrillpower, Rogue Trooper, Dredd Sequel Comic

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TweetAs evidenced by the damning photos of an unconscious Tharg curled up drunk under a convention table, 2000AD have been at SDCC in full force this year. Yesterday they teamed up with IDW – who handle the American printing of many of their titles – for a panel where they announced several new projects, and […]

MAD MENTAL CRAZY! The True Life of the Fabulous Zenith, Part 3

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TweetWelcome to crunch time. In this final instalment of MAD MENTAL CRAZY! things come to a head, so I highly recommend catching up with Part 1 and Part 2 and meeting me back here in a minute!

SDCC ’13: 2000 AD brings Henry Flint, shirts, English accents

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Tweet Rebellion and 2000 AD have announced their Comic-Con plans (Booth #2806) and they include appearances by artist Henry Flint who’s working on a comics sequel to the Judge Dredd movie and will be available all weekend. They are also pushing that Zenith thing with new t-shirts. There will also be limited edition Judge Dredd […]

MAD MENTAL CRAZY! The True Life of the Fabulous Zenith, Part 2

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TweetLast week I began my in-depth look at the history of Zenith and its attached legal dispute. As before I shall add my disclaimer: that this in no way speculates on who is right and who is wrong, and that it seeks only to bring you the facts, histories and quotes at my disposal – […]

No Ordinary team up: Rob Williams and D’Israeli announce new title

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Tweet An exciting new creator-owned comics is always a thing to celebrate, and this one  is certainly packing some talent, bringing together writer Rob Williams (Amazing Spiderman, Wolverine, Star Wars, 2000AD) and illustrator extraordinaire, D’Israeli- aka Matt Brooker (Stickleback, Leviathan, Scarlet Traces, 2000AD). Like me you, may be tired of yet another spin on the […]

MAD MENTAL CRAZY! The True Life of the Fabulous Zenith

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Tweet  Once upon a time there was a comic strip named Zenith. The creators created, the publishers published, but not a contract was there to be found. 21 years later, Rebellion are going to the printers – but who owns what?

INTERVIEW: Will Morris Comes to 2000AD!

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TweetThe Leeds Thought Bubble Convention is probably the best convention in the world. And, realising this, 2000AD’s editor Tharg decided to launch an annual art competition at the festival – with the winner winning the chance to have their artwork appear in a future issue of the magazine. 2012 saw artist Will Morris win the […]

C2E2: Liveblogging DREDD and Beyond: The Whole Wide World of 2000 AD

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TweetC2E2 has invaded Chicago and we’re liveblogging the DREDD and Beyond: The Whole Wide World of 2000 AD, so get ready to hit reload. Our cast of characters include Andy Diggle , Michael Carroll , Paul Cornell and some noob named Heidi MacDonald. Q: What do Americans know about Dredd. Heidi: I was surprised it only went […]

INTERVIEW: 2000AD’s Arthur Wyatt Explores The Streets of Dan Francisco

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TweetStarting this week, Arthur Wyatt will be the writer for a new series in Judge Dredd Megazine which focuses on Dan Francisco, the former Chief Judge. Francisco has been one of the most prominent Judge Dredd characters for several years now, having started out as the star of his own reality TV series which proved […]