2000AD – The Non-Anthology Issue And The Christmas Special

As suggested earlier by Bleeding Cool it seems that next week’s copy of 2000AD magazine will no longer be an anthology. For one issue, at least.

For the second time in 2000AD’s history, the comic will tell one story, Trifecta, as Judge Dredd: The Cold Deck, The Simping Detective and Lowlife collide.

Written by Al Ewing, Rob Williams, and Simon Spurrier, the three separate stories running for the last few weeks all conclude in the same story, drawn by Carl Critchlow.

Which also means you’ll have to revisit all your previous progs to see how it was all set up as well.

Also, while we’re at it, here’s what 2000AD have planned for the end of the year, on December 12th.

Bagwell cover there with on the inside…

Judge Dredd: Violent Night by Mike Carroll & Ben Willsher

Ampney Crucis Investigates: The Entropy Tango by Ian Edginton & Simon Davis

Strontium Dog: Mutant Spring by John Wagner & Carlos Ezquerra

Aquila: Quo Vadis, Domine? by Gordon Rennie & Leigh Gallagher

The Red Seas: Fire Across the Deep by Ian Edginton & Steve Yeowell

Savage: Rise Like Lions by Pat Mills & Patrick Goddard

Absalom: Dirty Postcards by Gordon Rennie & Tiernen Trevallion

The Visible Man: Scars by Pat Mills & Henry Flint

Ack-Ack Macaque: Indestructible by Gareth L. Powell & Nick Dyer

This is the first time that the digital version will be enhanced with extras, pencils, inks, tht sort of thing…





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