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The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic is now available to download worldwide for free from the Apple Newsstand, taking the legendary British weekly anthology title ‘day and date’ digital for the first time.

Earthlets hungry for Thrill-power can now buy individual issues or select one of our great value subscription options, then have the latest issue delivered direct to their iPad or iPhone every week!

Subscribers can save up to 24% and get a range of back issues totally FREE!

And for those who are new to 2000 AD there’s a FREE 69-page sampler issue featuring the first episodes of some of the recent top 2000 AD stories including Judge Dredd: Day of Chaos, Zombo, and Ichabod Azrael!

“Making 2000 AD as accessible as possible is something we’ve been working towards for some time,” said Matt Smith, editor of 2000 AD. “For the first time we can offer easy, quick digital subscriptions so that readers can download the latest issue with a single push of a button.
“If you’ve ever had trouble getting hold of the latest 2000 AD, don’t like waiting for the physical Prog to reach your shores, or you just want the ease of having digital copies then our new app is ideal.
“With the DREDD 3D film coming in September and amazing storylines from some of the top talent in the industry, there’s never been a better time to subscribe to 2000 AD.”

You can get your weekly dose of Thrill-power through your iOS device in several ways:
* Single issues can be purchased for £1.99 ($2.99) each
* A one month subscription costs £7.49 ($10.99), saving 9% and comes with a month of back issues for FREE!
* A three month subscription costs £20.99 ($29.99), saving 24% and with two months of FREE back issues.
* And you can take out an entire year’s subscription for just £74.99 ($109.99), save 24% and get three months of FREE back issues!

2000 AD was an early leader in British digital comics and already offers DRM-free editions of 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Megazine through its online shop every Friday in PDF and CBZ formats.

via 2000 AD

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