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Prog / Re: Prog 1904 - Class War
« Last post by Hawkmonger on Today at 08:41:14 PM »
Cover: Splendid stuff! Though it got my hopes up a little bit by having the little shits engage in fisty cuffs, something that didn't actualy happen inside.

Dredd: Nothing I can add. Bloody fantastic stuff indeed.

Stickleback: The reveal of the identity of te cutter was well timed and a bit of tongue wagging about the sisters master (could it be Hastur?) a bloody great steam punk mecha attacks the possy. Very nearly thrill of the week if not for....

TGJOIAATDLIHW: Good god almighty I adore Ichabod Azrael! This is what 2000AD is for me. High concept sci-fi/fantasy with a good dollop of action and satire. Bloody good fun.

Grey Suit: Enjoyable yarn if not really that engaging. Kind of a middle of the road thrill for me.

Kingdom: Bored. So very bored. How many times can Abnett force the words 'bloody' and 'nob arse' into one strip? Very dissapointing.
Film Discussion / Re: ‘Dark Judges’ Online Miniseries
« Last post by M.I.K. on Today at 08:37:24 PM »
I rather like the look of that.
Surprised this thread has went on for so long without anyone mentioning Ralph Bashki or Ren and Stimpy.
It does indeed look very Baskshi-ish.
Music / Re: Inevitable "crap music" thread
« Last post by Hawkmonger on Today at 08:31:36 PM »
"I'm all about that Bass" by I don't give a fuck who, it's awful and hypocritical in equal measures.
Off Topic / Overdue a Sainthood
« Last post by Tiplodocus on Today at 08:21:54 PM »
The bloke that paid my airport tax allowing me to leave Oz when I had no dollars left.

The lass that works tirelessly for our school band support group because she knows the amazing benefit and opportunities it gives kids.

My neighbour who has just started full time fostering.

My other neighbour who is a sicial worker and got assaultedvtoday for his troubles.
Off Topic / Re: Sithy revenge
« Last post by TordelBack on Today at 08:16:12 PM »
Gawrsh, young me is some feckin nerd.  Nothing at all like modern-day me, all sophis'n'dat.
Film & TV / Re: 2001: A Space Odyssey - on the big screen
« Last post by Zanti Misfit on Today at 08:14:16 PM »
Oooh, my fave film ever!  Thanks for the alert. Great trailer, too. Old bugger that I am, I first saw 2001 way back... (Doncaster ABC cinema, I think, 1968). I would love to see it again on the big screen, this time without my mum and dad....

And I was feeling old having seen it at GFT on my 18th birthday in 1982.  I think I'll drag Tiny Tips out to this one.

And they wonder why I turned out so weird...
I wish I still had my copy of the old Kirby adaptation of 2001.  Off topic, I know, but I used to love those oversized Marvel Treasury editions - Thor, Howard the Duck (and best of all) Barry Windsor Smith's Conan The Barbarian collection- glorious stuff.
General / Re: Why and when did you stop reading 2000AD?
« Last post by Halo572 on Today at 08:05:02 PM »
I have been reading since prog 227, 29th August, 1981 and with a complete set of progs, Megs and annuals.

I currently back buy every 2-4 weeks and am actually 9 months behind on reading, at least 12 on the Megs.

But, I can't ever see not collecting and eventually reading as long as the print copy is produced.

I don't think that there has ever been a time when I would have considered stopping the weekly, but the Meg I have thought when it was the Preacher reprint period and a couple of years ago with the film reviews and articles on pirates.

In the absence of when it should have been rightly cancelled I kept that up as well, but at least it has improved although it is too expensive.

After 33 years I don't think it would be possible to stop reading, 2000ad is so integral to my life that it is a ritual.

It doesn't matter that I was a year behind a couple of weeks ago, I go and buy the issues as a designated job to be completed, bag, board and box them and know that I have them.

I don't think I could have an incomplete set, I have been collecting for too long.

Although I did have a clear out of reprint titles last year as they were 2 boxes full and I couldn't justify the space for reprints.
« Last post by Pete Wells on Today at 07:34:25 PM »
This Comp is going to be a toughie isn't it?

Well to make it easier, why doesn't everyone just vote for Pete Wells.
Off Topic / Re: They're officially on my list
« Last post by radiator on Today at 07:03:11 PM »
People who (wilfully or otherwise) mis-label/tag stuff on Amazon/eBay, making it impossible to do a thorough product search without having to wade through page after page of vaguely-related tat.
Creative Common / Re: Broken Goddess Athena - webcomic by HdE
« Last post by HdE on Today at 06:31:33 PM »
Not only has a new page gone up, but there's also a Facebook page for those inclined to follow it there:

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