Hoping there's still some copies to be had in Newcastle tomorrow. I'm planning on Prog 2000 being my return to the Prog, having not bought it regularly since something like Prog 1832.
Hi, Mr Christ.
Apologies for the thread necromancy, but if you're still wondering, I reckon it'd be Melissa Etheridge's 'I Want to Come Over'
Superb prog , Bolland really needs to do a whole Dredd strip , all the Tharg interludes had great art, the Dredd /Alpha crossover was good fun with great art as always from King Carlos. Nemesis just made me want it to return for another series , always liked Torque better than the Warlock. Rouge trooper was a nice lead into the traitor general series and Rennie's stuff is always entertaining. David Roach's art on Anderson was pure eyegasm. Sinister Dexter had an interesting start as did Counterfit girl. We really are lucky 2000ad is still going strong , gonna try make it London in Feb for their event.Too kind!
Best prob for years! Loved all of that, and yeah, alongsideSlightly troubling in places... but thank you for the very kind words!
Brett Ewins, David Roach's Anderson gave pre-teen me some very interesting dreams (oh, yes), so seeing fresh art from him was wonderful - give that man a series, Tharg!
Elsewhere, Dredd was pure fun loveliness and the new stuff intriguing, although it baffles me how SinDex has continues so long.
Hollander! Gibbons! O'Neill! Ezquerra! Wow!!!!
Only one question: who's the girl that Mean Machine's got his arm around on the Fabry cover?
Cheeky monkey! Most of the Anderson's were based on a model friend of mine or from my imagination- definitely not Emma Watson!
Inaba's first name is Kamelto. Maybe that's where she keeps her packed lunch.
Anyone able to decipher the dedication on Matt Smith's tombstone (Sin Dex) - or spot all the reference used for Anderson? I'm sure she turns into Emma Watson at the foot of the fourth page.
Disappointed to see Bovus and Pikey go out with a whimper that made Judge Giant look like a bang, but excited by the news that Judge Fish's clone survived to join that 'rogues' gallery' Tharg mentioned.