The British Science Fiction anthology comic 2000AD has, as of this week, reached issue 2104, which means it has overtaken War Picture Library (Amalgamated Press / Fleetway / IPC, from 1 Sep 1958 to 3 Dec 1984) in the number-of-issues stakes and thus moved into tenth place in the longevity charts. (I've decided to keep … Continue reading The British Comics Top-10 Longevity Chart!
(Update April 17, 2018: David Butler directed me to a tweet from DoubleZCreative -- who are certainly in a position to know -- dated 1 November 2017 that states the artist in question was John Moore.) Original post: August 1, 2017: Zig and Zag meet Judge Dredd in the first issue of Zig and Zag's … Continue reading Altered Images: Zig & Zag meet Judge Dredd!
Now on-line, totally free and ready for you to download - the Judge Dredd issue of Journey Planet, the Hugo Award-winning fanzine! 99 pages packed with all-new articles on Dredd, the creators that shaped him, features from the folks behind the Dredd fanzines Zarjaz and Sector 13, plus interviews with Patrick Mills, John Wagner, strips, … Continue reading Journey Planet #39: Judge Dredd
Judge Dredd meets the Honey Monster on this 1995 Sugar Puffs cereal box. There were two different boxes in the promotion, the other one being a rather not-bad cut-out ABC Warrior robot, which I never managed to get. 😦 Each box came with one of three free Judge Dredd "poster packs" -- Dredd's World, Dredd's … Continue reading Ephemera: Judge Dredd Sugar Puffs
The cover of the 1980 2000AD Annual (art by Gerry Woods) is a minor classic, but it’s always bugged me that Judge Dredd’s visor, glove and elbow-pad were the wrong colour… So I’ve fixed them... Some folks on-line pointed out that Bill Savage's head is disproportionately large, and Tharg isn't quite green enough, so I've … Continue reading Altered Images: 2000AD Annual 1980
(Originally published on Forbidden Planet International blog, September 8, 2012, edited by Richard Bruton.) The latest poor desert islander, marooned with just a single luxury and a set of their favourite 8 comics ever, is Michael Carroll. Michael’s the creator of the highly-acclaimed Quantum Prophecy series of young adult superhero novels, and the newest writer … Continue reading Desert Island Comics – Michael Carroll