Brexit and the crash of the pound and seen all sorts of people buying British as we go through the national equivalent of a 25% off firesale. China and Russia are dividing London between them – and now it seems that 2000AD is the latest to be targeted.
On the occasion of the magazine’s fortieth birthday, a NM condition copy of the second issue of the comic, the first to feature Judge Dredd, complete with the free gift sheet of “biometric” stickers, has just sold for over £7o0 or $880 on eBay.
A new record for the comic – but a price that would cost Americans driving the price up over $1000 before the summer’s antics.
Sales to America of new copies of 2000AD are 20% more profitable for Rebellion. However, more worrisome for 2000AD is that their creators are finding offers from American publishers 20% more tempting too…
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