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Announcements / Re: The 2000 AD A.B.C. web series
« on: 08 November, 2016, 11:44:46 am »
Thank Jovus you skipped straight over Dead Men Walking.

*pops Soul Sisters back into the schedule*

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Announcements / Re: The 2000 AD A.B.C. web series
« on: 08 November, 2016, 10:57:10 am »
She's a billionaire former Judge-turned-private-eye - Galen DeMarco is next on The 2000 AD ABC! http://www.2000adonline.com/post/1027


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After the tragic news of artist Steve Dillon's death at just 54, this week the 2000 AD podcast talks to just some of the many people who knew, worked with, and admired one of 2000 AD's greatest talents - from former 2000 AD editor Richard Burton to fellow artists John Higgins, John McCrea, and Rufus Dayglo, as well as Steve's greatest collaborator and close friend, Garth Ennis. http://www.2000adonline.com/post/955

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Announcements / Re: The 2000 AD A.B.C. web series
« on: 31 October, 2016, 06:44:03 pm »
Gadzooks! Tis time to meet Pat Mills and Leigh Gallagher's 17th Century zombie hunter Defoe in the next episode of The 2000 AD ABC! http://www.2000adonline.com/post/949


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Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« on: 24 October, 2016, 06:23:23 pm »

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Since New York Comic Con was bursting at the seams, this episode of the official 2000 AD podcast is PACKED with guests in a bumper special edition: http://www.2000adonline.com/post/901



We talk to Arthur Wyatt and Alex De Campi about working together on a new series of Judge Dredd based on the 2012 movie, Chris Burnham about his cover for Prog 2000, Frazer Irving about what working at 2000 AD meant for his career, and Gregory Prout about their prototype Johnny Alpha figure and what more is coming up from 3A Toys.

PLUS we chat to Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and Jughead artist Erica Henderson about discovering Judge Dredd as a "tween"; David Brothers from Image Comics discusses the huge influence 2000 AD continues to have on the American comic book industry; journalist and writer Douglas Wolk explains his passion for Judge Dredd; and The Wicked and the Divine creators Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie chat about 2000 AD's effect on their young minds and introducing Matt Fraction to Nemesis the Warlock ... just before Kieron spits Diet Coke all over the microphone.

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, publicity droid Molch-R brings you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now atwww.2000ADonline.com/podcast

And since this is such a long episode, we thought we'd supply time markers for each guest:
Gregory Prout -- 00:03:44
Chris Burnham -- 00:13:08
Alex De Campi -- 00:20:25
Erica Henderson -- 00:33:52
Frazer Irving -- 00:42:26
David Brothers -- 00:59:35
Douglas Wolk -- 01:20:08
Arthur Wyatt -- 01:25:58
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie -- 01:33:13

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Announcements / Re: The 2000 AD A.B.C. web series
« on: 17 October, 2016, 08:07:21 pm »
After an unexpected week's break (jetlag can be a right sod), the ABC is back with Dead Meat: http://2000adonline.com/post/895


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Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« on: 13 October, 2016, 11:20:47 am »
Dario Fo, the Italian playwright. I saw an excellent version of his "Accidental Death of an Anarchist" performed in London back in 1989. An awesome talent and he'll be greatly missed.  :(

http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/dario-fo-nobel-winning-playwright-dies-aged-90-1.2828156

Ah crap. Studied his work at uni and performed Accidental Death - still one of my favourite plays.

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Prog / Re: Prog 2000 Fabry Variant Cover
« on: 04 October, 2016, 04:18:18 pm »
They claimed that Forbidden Planet: London was the only store in the UK that you could get hold of the the PX preview exclusive issue?

That's a really odd thing for them to say - it may be the only place *they* can get it (since their main buyer is there) but any comic book store should be able to order the reprint edition using Diamond UK's online ordering system.

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Events / Re: Prog 2000 Signing - 01-Oct-2016 Edinburgh
« on: 01 October, 2016, 11:44:20 am »
There seems to be delivery issues - Waterstones just tweeted that they won't have any prog 2000 copies.

They just tweeted that they've turned up 🙂

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General / Shop contact details for subscribers
« on: 30 September, 2016, 12:10:35 pm »
After our recent move of warehouse, queries about subscriptions and shop orders are now being dealt with in-house.

The email addresses remain the same - shop@2000adonline.com and subshelp@2000adonline.com

The phone number for subscription enquiries and lost issues has changed to 01865 797 022 (overseas subscribers dial 0044-1865-797-022) and the new PICKLZ droid will be delighted to help you.

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Prog / Re: *** Prog 2000 ***
« on: 30 September, 2016, 12:09:14 pm »
My copy still hasn't turned up! Who do we contact about missing sub copies these days…?

The email addresses remain the same - shop@2000adonline.com and subshelp@2000adonline.com

The phone number for subscription enquiries and lost issues has changed to 01865 797 022, the details have changed on the online shop and I'm sure the new PICKLZ droid will be delighted to help you.

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Does the fortnightly podcast schedule mean there will be nothing to accompany Prog 2000 or are we due a one-off special?

Your question, answered! ;) With Prog 2000 coming up next week we talk to Brian Bolland, Kevin O'Neill, Peter Milligan and Gordon Rennie about what they've got in store for readers http://2000adonline.com/post/823



It's just occurred to me that I never did say thank you for the namecheck in this. So, uh, thank you. Months too late. Sorry.
- Trout

No worries :)

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Film Discussion / Re: Dredd (2012)
« on: 20 September, 2016, 11:23:40 am »
When I interviewed him back in 2012, Alex said the situation with budget and resources was so tight that the film is 95 minutes long and they shot something like 97 minutes of footage, with some shots being used twice (notably the shot of inside of the lift mechanism, which is used and then later used backwards).

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