Let’s dive into the 1980 Doctor Who comic that inspired “The Star-Beast”, one of the 60th Anniversary specials.
While Sláine was already a popular, The Horned God rightfully placed it into the pantheon of 2000 AD strips. Read on to find out why.
This week marks the 2000th prog of the legendary comics anthology 2000 AD. No matter how you spin it that’s an amazing effort. Find out more about what they have in store for this milestone event.
In 1978 2000AD ran a Judge Dredd story which the publisher’s lawyers were scared of the fast food chain’s wrath. Find out why and how you can read this classic story.
2000AD Prog #1950 is a perfect jumping on point for the classic science fiction anthology with four new comic stories starting this week. Wheather you’re new or a lapsed reader there should be a story that appeals to you. Take a peek inside to see the cover as well as read a few pages from each of these new stories.
A review for Charley’s War – a Boy Soldier in the Great War, which has changed my opinion on war comics. This classic British strip follows an underage soldier in World War I and is full of action and heart racing heroics, but at the same time is heavily critical of both sides of the conflict.