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General / Re: Forthcoming Thrills!
« Last post by Richard on Today at 03:29:11 PM »
Thank you.
Off Topic / Re: Life's so drokking fantastic because (the rebirth)
« Last post by Big_Dave on Today at 03:28:20 PM »
there may be a wooden hut in the offing soon

Ideal for decembre-april. When temp plunges below zero just break bits off home and burn tbem for heat
News / Re: Converting casual comic reader into Judge Dredd (Part 2)
« Last post by Dark Jimbo on Today at 03:18:34 PM »
Rather than dive right in to the Mega-Epics it might be better to give them a few of Dredd's one-off tales. There're loads to choose from covering everything to Slapstick Comedy to Intense Drama and could give a greater insight into Dredd and Mega-City One.

Couldn't agree more. Surely - for instance - Case Files 9 or 10 is the best bet? A range of stories that run the gamut from thriller to horror to comedy to satire, by a good mix of artists and writers, that gives a better sense of what the character and strip 'Judge Dredd' are all about than any single one of the epics could ever do?

And I'm always mystified when people recommend something as continuity-heavy as Origins for a first-timer!
Prog / Re: Prog 1946 - Dark Stars Rising
« Last post by Ghost MacRoth on Today at 01:53:24 PM »
Cover: Lovely, dark, very much the kind of horror look that suits the tale.

Dredd:  Continues to be enjoyable, still no real explaination of the horse.....guess that will come later?

Alienist:  Some really cracking individual panels in a very well drawn tale.  Loved the snippets of tales from the roving parties.....reminded me of the scene in 'Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' when they are in the car, and we lines from jokes, but nothing complete. 

3Rillers:  Not sure the colour is helping Lynch's art, but still a passable tale.

Grey Area:  Getting ready to shift gears....excellent!  Art is sublime.

Tales of Deadworld:  The strip of the prog for me this week.  Art wise, it's very well suited to the story, reminds me a bit of the designs in Hellraiser.  and is a joy to behold.  It also touches on a theme we saw in the IDW guff, with 'other' dark judges, but in this instance, it does it rather well.  Of course there would be factions and such in the new order imposed by the Dark Judges... we saw the beginings in 'Young Death' when the judges of Deadworld worked for the Dark Judges....tis is a natural and very believable progression for me.  Really looking forward to the next hit! ;)

Events / Re: International Comics Expo (ICE) Birmingham Sept 2015
« Last post by Spikes on Today at 01:31:49 PM »
One week today!!  :thumbsup:
Other Reviews / Re: Dredd: The Complete Case Files
« Last post by Richard on Today at 01:29:16 PM »
Well it would be if they hadn't left the first one out (and the Kenny Who? sequel).

America II isn't a crossover. They're only leaving those out because of the shared copyright, and there's a collection of all of those.

I also have the America collection, so it's not that I'm missing out. It's just that given how important the America stories are in the Judge Dredd series, it seems like a baffling decision to leave them out of a series which purports to be a complete series.
Classifieds / Re: 2000AD progs 342 to 950 for sale
« Last post by Northwinds on Today at 01:15:52 PM »
Now on London Gumtree - Offers and sections welcome - will post sections of say 20 to 30 (around £7 postage)

Thanks guys.  It turns out my brother has a subscription with them to some Marvel chess set collection and he's had to write to them repeatedly to get broken pieces replaced.  It's all clearly down to the lack of protective packaging but they don't seem interested in doing anything about it.

I'm sure I'll get it sorted out but I just wanted to sound off.  I was looking forward to getting the books and this took the shine off it this time round.
General / Re: Re: Case Files 1 10th Anniversary Edition
« Last post by glassstanley on Today at 12:40:21 PM »
General / Re: 2000AD Original Art Thread
« Last post by Spikes on Today at 12:39:56 PM »
always had a problem uploading images on this site...



There you go...

But very nice vintage pieces indeed.
Seen both of them around over the years, but stellar pieces. That Bolland cover..... How many kidneys do you have left now? ;-)
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