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Dredd (2012)

To be perfectly honest, I was never a huge fan of Judge Dredd.

I loved 2000 AD. The British anthology comic was one of my favorites growing up and I could never get enough of them particularly living in Canada and having to rely on relatives or importers with a high markup to obtain copies. 490 mots de plus

Jack Mackenzie

INTERVIEW - In Conversation With Mike French (Author, An Android Awakes)

By Marty Mulrooney

Alternative Magazine Online recently reviewed An Android Awakes (a bold cross between a science fiction novel/graphic novel/short story collection), describing it as « filled to the brim with humour, violence, thought-provoking content and great imagination. 1 269 mots de plus

Alternative Musings

Corgi's The X-ploratrons (1979)

The X-ploratrons were Corgi’s short-lived (and ill-named) answer to Matchbox’s Adventure 2000 line. They seem to have been produced for one year only, and there were four vehicles in total, each featuring specialized equipment: Lasertron (reflector), Magnetron (magnet), Rocketron (firing rocket, working compass), and Scanotron (magnifying lens). 104 mots de plus

Corgi Toys

On The Shelf: Alan Moore's Monster in Reprint

Alan Moore has been called the greatest graphic novel writer in history and is also been called « one of the most important British writers of the last fifty years ». 127 mots de plus

From 1984: 2000 AD's Twisted Christmas Cover

Borag thung, Earthlets, as the mighty Tharg used to say. Still on a festive theme, here’s the gleefully nightmarish cover of 2000 AD’s pr4og 398, for 29th December ’84. 42 mots de plus


Great British Comic Book Characters Presents: Future Shock! The Story Of 2000AD

Borag Thungg fellow Squaxx Dek Thargo, and welcome back to another instalment of « Great British Comic Book Characters, » Precinct1313‘s episodic look at the UK’s biggest selling and highly influential weekly anthology comic; … 553 mots de plus