PRESS RELEASE Some of the world’s greatest comic writers have cut their teeth at the world famous 2000 AD – and now readers will get to see their creative power laid bare with The 2000 AD Script Book.
There is currently a petition going around asking for a Dredd television series to be made by someone. The petition may have received a bump in urgency this morning as 2000AD is also backing the request from fans.
Heavy Metal Magazine will translate Pepe Moreno’s Gene Kong into English for the first time in a two part series.
Rebellion, the publishers of 2000 AD have announced it will reprint content from the 1970s horror comic series, Misty, next year.
2000 AD and ComixTribe have both announced they will not participate in Free Comic Book Day 2016.
2000 AD is very proud to announce its latest digital-first release – the paranormal action comedy, Dandridge.
2000 AD’s sister comic, Judge Dredd Megazine, celebrates its 25th anniversary this Wednesday – with a special cover by artist Barry Kitson.
2000 AD has acquired the rights to Scarlet Traces by Ian Edginton and Matt “D’Israeli” Brooker.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: We learn the origin of Judge Dredd in Judge Dredd: Origins! Plus, shake-ups at Marvel and DC, Toil and Trouble #1, Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra #1, ECOS #1, and more!
2000 AD has announced that Judge Death, Judge mortis, Judge Fire, and Judge Fear are all getting their own series in Dreams of Deadworld on September 2, 2015.
If you are a fan of Judge Dredd, you probably already know that in addition to the comics, Dredd of the ’90s also had a series of novels published through Virgin Books. Those books have been out of print for a long time, but have recently returned and are available now on Amazon.