The 2000AD Relaunch. Ish.

Prog 1750 is the next big jumping on point for 2000AD readers, out in the UK on the 7th September.

New Judge Dredd by John Wagner and Henry Flint, John Smith and Edmund Bagwell are reintroducing us to Indigo Prime, there’s Lowlife by Rob Williams and D’Israeli, and Ampney Crucis by Ian Edginton and Simon Davies. All new strips, all starting in one new issue.

And this is the Greg Staples cover. If you’ve never read 2000AD before – or not for an age, the upcoming issue would be a good place to start. Why, nothing else will be relaunching around that point, will it?

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