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General / Re: Forthcoming Thrills!
« on: 19 May, 2016, 12:03:30 pm »
Had a pleasant surprise yesterday. Got the new ABC Warriors, Bad Company and Case Files in Orbital Comics.

Is that the new Return to Ro-Busters and First Casulaties??

On the latest 2000 AD podcast, we bid goodbye to 2000 AD reprographics droid, Kathryn Symes aka Kat-Scan, and discuss the challenges of breathing life into the comics of yesteryear, whether it's Judge Dredd, Dan Dare, or Misty! Kat's work on our graphic novels has been tireless and usually goes unnoticed by most readers, so we're sad to see her go.

We also talk to writer TC Eglington and artist Boo Cook about their new Dredd-universe series, Blunt, which has been years in the making and debuts in this week's Judge Dredd Megazine!

You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

Veeeeeeeeeery happy to reveal that the legendary Mick McMahon is to be a guest on a future episode of The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast. Got a question for Mick? Post it on this thread and I'll do my best to include them in the interview...

News / Re: Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth Uncensored (Hardcover)
« on: 11 May, 2016, 09:25:53 pm »
The details on the shop say signed by Jack Adrian and others (TBC).  Possible Messrs Bolland McMahon themselves?  As for rolled vs folded. Rebellion have tended towards folded previously so I would hazard a guess that this will be the same.  The poster also looks B&W in the promotional material.  For a colour double spread?  That would be a shame.

The poster will be rolled, not folded. And it's a poster of the *original* art, which is a page of black and white line work, not of a scan of the coloured comic https://2000adonline.tumblr.com/post/139853978662/restoring-judge-dredd-the-cursed-earth-for-the#.VzOWYxIrLLE

Thnks for the responses guys, I'll leave this in the capable hands of Robo-Keef :)

Last year, thanks to our dedicated fans, missing episodes of the long-running Judge Dredd stories from The Daily Star newspaper were unearthed so that they could be included in The Daily Dredds Volume 1, making it the first ever truly complete collection of these fascinating and entertaining strips.

2000 AD's reprographics droids are now busy working on a second volume of The Daily Dredds - and they once again need the help of fans to track down two missing episodes from a later story.

The Sheriff of Festering Hole ran for 57 episodes (numbered from #1373 to #1429) in the Daily Star from 30th July 1990 to 3rd October 1990, written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Mike Collins.

However, so far they have been unable to find good copies of the episodes numbered #1415 and #1416.

Any Earthlets who have access to either scans or good/excellent physical copies of these two missing episodes should contact 2000 AD by e-mailing press@rebellion.co.uk

The Daily Star strip, which ran for around 2,980 episodes from 1981 until 1998, went further than merely compressing existing stories from the weekly anthology comic - it was responsible for fleshing out many of the aspects of Dredd’s world mentioned in 2000 AD.  It was written by co-creator John Wagner and writing partner Alan Grant, while fan favourite artist Ron Smith produced the vast bulk of the strip, though later contributors included Ian Gibson, Barry Kitson, Steve Dillon, and Mike Collins.


Warning - spoilers abound … but what the drokk has happened to Dredd?! We bring writer Michael Carroll onto The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast to explain himself, Gruddammit! He’s joined by co-conspirator, artist PJ Holden, to talk about ‘Grindstone Cowboys’ and 'The Lion’s Den’, what’s happened to everyone’s favourite lawman, and what’s in store for Mega-City One.

Listen now on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-2000-ad-thrill-cast/id964089199 or http://2000adonline.com/podcast

Announcements / Re: No 2000 AD for Free Comic Book Day 2016
« on: 03 May, 2016, 03:34:48 pm »
With FCBD this weekend, I've just popped a preview of this year's issue up on the 2000 AD blog: http://www.2000adonline.com/post/372

General / Re: Nope, Thrill-Mail droid, that's wrong.
« on: 28 April, 2016, 06:06:24 pm »
Huh, I stand corrected .... and will blame The Daily Mail, the root of all evil, for it was they who led me astray there!

General / Re: Has Dredd: Dust #1 been released yet?
« on: 27 April, 2016, 05:27:34 pm »
As the topic says, I've seen some copies on eBay with jacked up prices and the 2000AD store has it for sale but the majority of comic sites don't seem to have any available. To add to the confusion diamond has the first issue down for release on the 11th May......

Has issue 1 officially been released yet or have a few early issues just slipped through the release date?  :-\

It's out in the UK today and North America on the 11th, thanks to a snafu by Diamond Distribution (hence why sites that use Previews for reference are listing the later date).

The new Thrill-Cast episode is online and we're chuffed to welcome award-winning author of Zoo City, Shining Girls, and Moxy Land - Lauren Beukes - with her comics conspirator Joey Hi-Fi - otherwise known as book designer, artist, and writer Dale Halvorsen - to talk about growing up reading 2000 AD in South Africa, how Johnny Alpha helped them understand apartheid, bizarre censorship by the South African authorities, what it meant when Halo Jones got out, and how the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic affected both their careers.

Website and Forum / Re: thrillmail problems
« on: 14 April, 2016, 10:26:55 am »
Yep, it should open a new email. I've had over 300 entries, so it may be worth looking at whether you email client is set up. Alternatively, you can email press@2000ADonline.com with your answer.

Leah Moore, John Reppion and Tom Foster are our guests on the latest Thrill-Cast to talk about Brit-Cit Noir, the ghoulish new collection of two tales of the weird from the Britain of Judge Dredd's world. Plus, writer of the DREDD movie sequel tie-in series, Arthur Wyatt, discusses bringing Alex Garland's vision to the comics page. Subscribe on iTunes or listen now at http://www.2000adonline.com/podcast

General / Re: Forthcoming Thrills!
« on: 04 April, 2016, 10:18:50 am »
The seventh setting's for forumites who post covers behind Molch-r's back! Z  ;)


Fear not, 'exclusive' only means it's announced first through a specific site, not that no-one can ever, ever, ever distribute that image ever. It's a common PR thing to elicit converage from a specific news provider - feel free to spread the word!

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