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Classifieds / Prog 2 Biotronic Stickers - 100% Original and Intact
« Last post by Criris-Man on Today at 09:52:32 PM »
Whilst looking through past copies of 2000AD, I came across the original Biotronic stickers from Prog 2. I was 12 at the time of issue and remember thinking I was too old for the stickers but not for the comic  :D and must have placed them in another Prog...

The result being that I now have a pristine set of Biotronic stickers that is completely flat and a must for any collector. It's a difficult one to try and price as I know they are very rare in this condition.

I have posted them up on eBay http://www.ebay.ie/itm/171441949371?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649

Off Topic / Re: Wot I Ate On My Holidays
« Last post by sauchie post office on Today at 09:40:01 PM »
the assembled grub (was) set up all over the bar like Gillian McKeith's table

ARF! Line of the thread. What's normally just a showcase for your photo-face from various angles has actually turned educational with your searing exposé of how pub grub works en España. Letting you get tore into whatever's on the bar makes nibbling on dry roasted peanuts while you wait half an hour for the barman's missus to microwave a lasagne look shite.

« Last post by Colin_YNWA on Today at 09:32:04 PM »
Where were we? Where are we now...Arh in much the same position. We're in one of those cruise patterns when the Prog has a solid set of stories and week on week there's not much to say. Its all pretty good. Not astonishing but pretty good. A few ebbs and flows. Aquila is on the rise as Jaegir is on a dip. Dredd kicked in again enjoyed this a lot and Black Shuck looked superb and is really coming together well.

Kurt Vonnegut is back in Brass Sun and so this great episode of the series gets my nod for Thrill of the Week.
I've only ever read a little bit of Requiem (out of sequence) in Heavy Metal.
I was baffled, but it looked really impressive.

Thanks for the heads up about the Comixology releases guys.
General / Re: Any Questions for Simon Bisley?
« Last post by Link Prime on Today at 09:13:49 PM »
That triple 'R' better stand for Republic's Revolutionary ...er, Riter!

And that was meant for a different thread.  :-[

Biz question; it was obvious from his (excellent) recent work in Book of Scars that he still has a fondness for the character.
Can he ever see himself having another crack at Slaine? Or any other 2000AD character(s)?
Even covers?
Creative Common / Re: Lawgiver Mark 2 Scratchbuild Holster
« Last post by Buttonman on Today at 09:03:19 PM »
Cracking stuff - wish I was handy!
Books & Comics / Re: New Comic Book Day Megathread
« Last post by Link Prime on Today at 09:00:28 PM »
Mars Attacks First Born #4: Final issue. A fun series indeed.

Keith's work on this looks sumptuous. I'll go for the TPB.

This week, it's only a couple again;

Miracleman 10 (Marvel are churning these out quicker than you can blurt out the words "50% filler". I'm enjoying it though).
Deadpool vs X-Force 4 (Finale of this admittedly pointless mini. Fun in places, but yeah- I regret picking it up in floppy format).
Games / Re: Last game played...
« Last post by King Pops on Today at 08:55:34 PM »
I found analogue sticks work better when you smear cheese around their bases. Cheddar at room temperature works best.
Books & Comics / Re: Comics you are most excited about in 2014
« Last post by Ancient Otter on Today at 08:26:23 PM »
Will Ricky Rouse Has A Gun be a critical sleeper hit of this year?
« Last post by Neil McClements on Today at 08:05:11 PM »
Nice! I shall go and say thanks to the fella himself.
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