Tag Archives: 2000ad

Look Everyone, The City Of London Is Getting A Mega-City Block

Welcome to Endless City, a proposed skyscraper for London. It is designed to have its own ecosystem, incorporating offices, shops, massive inside parks, entertainment and housing and has been described as a “vertical city”. Sound familiar? Me too. It’s a …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD And Jaegir One-Shot

This week we have not only 2000AD, but also the debut of the Jaegir one-shot, both of which we are happy to preview here on Bleeding Cool. 2000AD Prog 1896 will be available in print today, August 27th, in the …

Alan Moore Celebrates Friend Steve Moore’s Achievements And Discusses Planned Posthumous Works

Alan Moore recently called on readers to eschew the film Hercules, based upon comics written by his close friend Steve Moore, on the basis that Steve did not wish his name to be attached to the film and yet following …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD – Judge Dredd, Aquila, Brass Sun, Black Shuck, Jaegir

This week’s 2000AD, Prog 1894, will be available in print in the UK on Wednesday, August 13th, a little behind that in the USA, but digitally everywhere on the 13th. This issue contains: Judge Dredd: “Cascade”, a brand new story by …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD – Judge Dredd, Aquila, Brass Sun, Black Shuck, And Jaegir

Getting back on track with our 2000AD previews this week, having recovered somewhat from San Diego Comic Con (where the good folks at Rebellion were in full force), we catch up to Prog 1893, out this Wednesday, August 6th in …

The 2000AD Zarjaz Hour Brit Madness At San Diego Comic Con – At What Age Do We ‘Put Dredd Down’? (UPDATE)

It’s that time of year again, when the 2000AD crew turns out to have an interactive prize-wielding panel at San Diego Comic Con. Chris Burnham, Michael Carroll, Henry Flint, and Jock took the podium MCed by Michael Molcher, who was …

Preview The 350th Issue Of Judge Dredd Megazine And This Week’s 2000AD

It’s the 350th Issue of Judge Dredd Megazine Special this week at a whopping 132 pages (including a free poster) and we also have Prog 1890 of 2000AD this week, both available July 16th in shops in the UK, a …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD – Judge Dredd, Brass Sun, Tharg’s 3Rillers, Future Shocks, Sinister Dexter

It’s that time again–time for another 2000AD preview before this issue arrives in shops on July 9th in the UK, a little behind in print in the USA, and digitally world-wide on the 9th. This week in Prog 1889 we …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD – Judge Dredd, Brass Sun, Tharg’s 3Rillers, Grey Area

This week’s 2000AD has the added bonus for readers of the return of Brass Sun, currently running as a single-issue series also, and here in its third series for 2000AD. But we also get Judge Dredd: “The Heart is a …

A Peek At Comics On Both Sides Of The Pond With Ian Edginton And D’Israeli At Leicester Comic Con

By Olly MacNamee Hosted by Bleeding Cool’s own Alisdair Stuart, this first panel of the day was well attended and uninterrupted, other than the sound of a passing brassy band procession. The Ian Edginton and Matt Brooker (D’Israeli) panel consisted …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD And Brass Sun #2

This week sees the publication of 2000AD’s Prog 1887 and also the return of Rebellion’s  Brass Sun series for issue #2 (issue #1 went to reprint immediately). Prog 1887 will be available in print in the UK on June 25th, …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD And Judge Dredd Megazine

This week it’s a double-bill with the release of Prog 1886 from 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine #349, the latter with a bold cover from Catwoman artist Cameron Stewart. They’ll both be available on Wednesday, June 18th in the UK, …

Smith To Take On Judge Anderson For IDW This August

2000AD editor Matt Smith continues his exploration of the Judge Dredd world for IDW Publishing with their latest announced title – Judge Dredd: Anderson, Psi-Division. Created by legendary writer John Wagner and artist extraordinaire Brian Bolland, the telepathic and precognitive Judge Cassandra Anderson …

With New Editions Impending, Was The Hardcover Zenith Worth The Wait?

By Tony Wolf As a lifelong Grant Morrison fan, I’d long heard whispers of Zenith, the elusive longform, out-of-print postmodern late 80s/early 90s superhero series by Morrison and artist Steve Yeowell (his first collaborator on The Invisibles), originally serialized in …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD – Judge Dredd, Grey Area, Slaine, Tharg’s 3Rillers, Indigo Prime

It’s that time again, time for some 2000AD goodness previewed before the release of Prog 1885 this Wednesday. This week’s issue features Judge Dredd: “Traumatown”, Grey Area: “Nearer My God to Thee”, Slaine: “A Simple Killing”, Tharg’s 3Rillers: “In Seconds …

Brass Sun #1 Sells Out Of 4,000 First Print, V-Wars #2 Sells Out Of 9,500

Brass Sun #1, the debut issue of Rebellion’s first US-format mini-series, has sold out of its 4000 print run fast, on the day of publication. A second print of 1000 copies have also almost gone. Expect a third soon. Following …

‘Still Firing On All Cylinders’ – Preview This Week’s 2000AD

2000AD returns this week with Prog 1884 and quite a striking poster-like cover and the glowing praise from Jonathan Ross that the magazine is “still firing on all cylinders today”. Who would argue with that? You’ll get this issue June …

Things To Do In Leicester In June If You Like Comics

By Olly MacNamee As well as celebrating the promotion of Leicester City football club into the Premier League, this lovely little city can also celebrate its very first comic convention too. Leicester Comic Convention will be taking place this month …