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Comic Review - Brass Sun Volume 1: The Light of all Creation

Reece reviews a comic that reminds him of just how good comics should be. 588 mots de plus


Super-Villain Sunday: Judge Death

Super-Villain Sunday returns with 2000 AD’s famous defiler of the living and Judge Dredd’s most dangerous adversary – Judge Death. Judge Death was created by 2000 AD stalwarts, John Wagner and Brian Bolland in 1980, making his first appearance in 2000 AD #149. 252 mots de plus


Judge Dredd: America

I’m reading Judge Dredd: America and I wasn’t expecting this.

I got into Judge Dredd because of the 2012 movie. Watch comic book movie, dive into the comics it’s based on with wild abandon, repeat. 638 mots de plus


Kickstarter Preview - Hero Hourly

Humour for adults – We usually try and keep things somewhere around PG on GeekOut, this article isn’t so much.

Now here’s an idea: What if heroes were paid by the hour? 452 mots de plus


Comic covers: 2000 AD Judge Dredd and Co.

British comic 2000 AD has always been a firm favourite since I was a kid. For me their titles have consistently provided a colourful and anarchic, black-humoured universe full of sharply-observed characters. 163 mots de plus


Influential British Comic-Book Artist Brett Ewins Passes Away, Aged 59

Legendary British comic artist Brett Ewins sadly passed away yesterday after a recent illness. Brett was known for his work on the UK’s best selling 2000 AD comic, which has given the world such classic characters as Judge Dredd, Slaine and Rogue Trooper amongst many others. 106 mots de plus


from the web: colsmi: (1) Promo art by Arthur Ranson for his and John...


(1) Promo art by Arthur Ranson for his and John Wagner’s The Button Man, as appeared on the back covers of 2000AD during the spring of 1992.

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