As longtime readers/listeners of our output know, every year or so Mr Pat Mills has been good enough to sit down with our own Flint Lockjaw and record massive 3-4 hour chats covering all things comics.
The next one of these is scheduled to take place this coming Tuesday so if anyone has any questions they’d like asked, please feel free to leave them in the comments section of this post and I’ll get them passed on.
On Bank Holiday Monday 5th May, straight from the Mega-City One embassy in Brit-Cit (AKA Eddie’s Rock Club in Birmingham) we are bringing our special breed of Rule32 law. But only for one day.
An icon like Dredd is not born, but created. And we have the honor of John Wagner, co-creator of Dredd joining us as our very special guest. Interviews with insights into the mind and soul of Dredd and his creators will follow. Other artists and writers will be on hand to cause some chaos including Alan Grant, Michael Carroll and Nick Percival. This could get messy.
We have a full day of distractions from the daily grind of Brit-Cit. This is one day when the perps can run free (until Dredd arrives of course). A sanctioned bar will be open and public rations will be available. Security provided by the Justice Department of Brit-Cit.
We will provide the perps with a brief respite from the Iso-Cubes to experience the very best in entertainment from Brit-Cit’s finest. If they manage to stay off the Judges radar, then we have a full screening of the award-winning fan-film Judge Minty, introduced by Director Steven Sterlacchini, and if they survive that, we will be winding up the day with the awesome Dredd movie starring Karl Urban and Lena Headey!
If that’s not enough to keep perps off the streets and out of trouble, then they can test out the Dredd Miniature game and we’ll have a full dealer room available for Trading.
We know that a discerning citizen such as yourself promotes The Law. In the interests of public safety (and personal gain), Rule32 suggests you highlight this event to as many fellow residents as you can. We never forget a face.
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This was a Brit-Cit Sanctioned Communication bought to you by Rule32. In Association with Beverly Everly’s Munce Emporium.
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Lawgiver: A Celebration of Dredd is a one day convention organised and run by Rule32Promotions. Member numbers are limited to 150 and there will be a maximum of 10 dealer tables available.
Advance Purchase only – Tickets will not be available on the door.
Tickets are available at £20 per person. Free entry to under 16s if accompanied by an adult (maximum two under 16s per adult)
Guests appear based on current scheduling and can change at short notice
Getting the feeling there’s gonna be some nerd-gatherings in the next few weeks to celebrate 2000AD’s 37th birthday. And for any US people reading this, yes, we will use ANY excuse for a piss up… and don’t even have to pretend to be Irish to do it.
So, if anyone is doing something like this and would like us to let people know, please feel free to send in details and I’ll post up an announcement with as much info as you like.
This also goes for any other 2000AD related events anyone might be planning, up to and including Judge appearances at cons etc
Saw this posted by Tiernen Trevallion. Not usually a fan of Kickstarter comics but as this is giving you the first issue free and contains a seriously cool pin up by the aforementioned Mr Trevallion, I thought I’d make an exception. Check it out.
Ladies and Gentlemen! It is my great pleasure to finally present to you Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman! a comic by Ward & Parker. Issue #01 is now available for FREE download!
Also make sure to check out our Kickstarter to fund the next three issues!
As found on makeitstoopid.com