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This also suggests some changes have been made to the running order, judging by the Wikipedia article collecting bits of information about the future of the series. For example, that has Mega-City Justice as #71 (27 September).
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Announcements / Re: 2000AD 40th Anniversary - 11th Feb 2017 - London
« Last post by Robo-K33F on Today at 09:19:47 am »
From the DSDC group on FB:

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The 2000ad 40th anniversary bash is rapidly approaching and so a D.S.D.C. Evening is most definitely on the cards.

The D.S.D.C. 40th BASH will be held at the William Morris pub, which according to google maps is 7 minute walk (14 minute return stagger) from the Novotel Hotel, the location for the Con on Saturday.

7pm onwards is the official time but as 'Spoons do food (I can recommend the wings), I presume people may arrive earlier.

Look out for fellow Dredd/2000ad fans or people in Sexy D.S.D.C Tshirts.

As always "all are welcome"!

See you at the bar for "A Taste Of Justice". 👍🏻🍻

Pub details can be found HERE...https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/all-pubs/england/london/the-william-morris-hammersmith


All welcome! See you there!


PS - THIS IS ON THE FRIDAY!!!

The William Morris is cheap and cheerful...probably explains why it is kick-off central.

The Hop Poles across the road is good http://www.hoppoleshammersmith.co.uk/Venue.aspx.
Latymers, which is closer to the venue and away from the busy King street, is also nice http://www.latymershammersmith.co.uk
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Prog / Re: Prog 2014 - Daze of Future Past
« Last post by Spaceghost on Today at 09:14:27 am »
Just had a massive and ill-advised Thrill Power freebase session last night (I'm disorientated but still functional) and caught up with the last 3 weeks worth of progs.

I'm REALLY enjoying it at the moment and it's great to see all new stories that I enjoy as much as the old favourites.

Judge Dredd is fantastic. Always nice to see Dredd leap through a window and kick some perp-arse. The art from TT is, of course, beautiful.

Hope: For the Future is right up my street and I can't recall a more perfect match of script, tone and art in the recent prog. This will make a lovely collected edition.

Kingmaker has Leigh Gallagher on art duties so automatically gets a pass, but the story and concept are superb too.

The Order remains, for me, a series of nicely painted pictures depicting a story that I'm not particularly invested in. It seems popular with other Squaxx though.

Kingdom always gives good thrill and there's a genuine sense of peril for Gene and his mates in this new story. Awesome stuff.

Four stone-cold classics and one damp squib.
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Other Reviews / Meltdown Man
« Last post by Pegasus P Artichoke on Today at 09:07:51 am »
just finished reading this and really enjoyed it

I had never seen it before or heard about it and picked it up from FP one pay day and I am thoroughly glad I did

Love the adventures with Stone, Gruff, T Bone and Liana as they go against Leeshar

But not just the main characters all the characters that are introduced are enjoyable and keep the story moving like Billy The Pup, Pole Axe and Tiger Commander

Seeing the humans and yujees slowly coming together for the common good was good and I liked how it never seemed rushed the story came together at a good steady speed for me

The art was fantastic throughout, the world really came alive thanks to it all the characters and settings looked great

All in all a fantastic read and worthy addition to my fledgling collection
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Any news on the next few issues?

Issue 53 is Heavy Metal Dredd
54 Cursed Earth Carnage
55 unknown
56 first of two Armitage volumes
57 unknown
58 Tour of Duty: Mega City Justice
59 unknown
60 Undercover Brothers - Wally Squad, Lenny Zero etc.
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Film & TV / Re: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
« Last post by SIP on Today at 06:34:03 am »
Disney just need to put out a new special special edition of bree hope with added cgi evil eyes to tarkin. Sorted.
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Books & Comics / Re: Whats everyone reading?
« Last post by Smith on Today at 05:28:41 am »
Bek & Kawl was the best comedy strip of the era.  Survival Geeks wishes it was Bek & Kawl good.
That,I agree with.
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Welcome to the board / Re: morning/evening etc!
« Last post by sheridan on Today at 02:08:31 am »
I certainly liked the original Brigand Doom mini-series, but can't remember what happened in follow-up stories...
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General / Re: Things that went over your head...
« Last post by sheridan on Today at 02:06:33 am »
Its a very new one that jumped out at me, perhaps others didnt see.
Jimp Heston in the recent Meg story Monkey Business.
Homage to Charlton Heston from the original (and best) Planet of the Apes movies ?.

Hmmm, thought that one was fairly obvious.

And wasn't Charlton Heston Block the location of Monkey Business, way back in the 2100s?

My mistake - Charles Darwin Block was that particular location...
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General / Re: Things that went over your head...
« Last post by sheridan on Today at 02:05:28 am »
Its a very new one that jumped out at me, perhaps others didnt see.
Jimp Heston in the recent Meg story Monkey Business.
Homage to Charlton Heston from the original (and best) Planet of the Apes movies ?.

Hmmm, thought that one was fairly obvious.

And wasn't Charlton Heston Block the location of Monkey Business, way back in the 2100s?
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