Browsing: 2000 AD
The law is there to save the innocent, to protect the citizens from the darker desires of their fellows. But what happens when an experiment gone wrong opens a gate to a dead world, but the dead know no rest? Dredd: Final Judgement, the final comic sequel to the 2012 film Dredd, is out October 3, 2018, from Rebellion.
A girl who uses her disability to gain an advantage over those who would help her and twin sisters abducted to be part of an otherworldly society where they are considered animals. These two tales from the legendary girls science fiction magazine Jinty are being reprinted by Rebellion as part of the Treasury of British Comics. Let’s take a closer look.
The anthology is often an overlooked format today, but when science fiction tales of shock and horror are being told by a green-skinned being from another world, it deserves to be collected. Let us take an early look at Rebellion’s upcoming publication, The Complete Future Shocks Vol #1.
2000 AD will be at next week’s New York Comic Con, and the publisher has released a rundown of the creators and panels it will present.
The world of Judge Dredd is coming to the small screen as IM Global and games developer and publisher Rebellion have announced a partnership to make the comic series come to life.
PRESS RELEASE – EN Publishing, under license with Rebellion, are developing a range of Tabletop Adventure Games and supplements based on the iconic characters and worlds found in the legendary British comic 2000 AD.
PRESS RELEASE – Warlord Games is to produce a new line of miniatures and games based on the legendary British comic book, 2000 AD.
PRESS RELASE: Some of the most iconic British comic books from the 1970s and 1980s are to be reprinted after 2000 AD publishers Rebellion acquire the archives of Fleetway and the IPC Youth Group from Egmont.
With the devastating news coming out of the UK today, there is at least one bright spot – when 2000 AD reaches its 2,000th issue in September, some of its most prominent creators will are returning as well.
What would happen if a failed Martian invasion lead to Britain dominating the world? That is the hook behind Cold War from Ian Edginton and Matt Brooker’s Cold War from 2000 AD.