This year’s 2000AD FCBD contribution was an “all ages” take on some of our favourite characters. But this isn’t The Mighty One’s first attempt. The last published venture by the House of Tharg to create a younger / all ages title looked to capitalise on a certain mid ’90s film. Luke takes a look so you don’t have to. You’re welcome.
Judge Dredd : Lawman Of The Future
By Luke Williams
Strontium Dog : A Potted History.
Part 2 Johnny & Wulf : Hunt Sabs’ / Holy Moses! / Family Ties / Valhalla beckons.
Of course he doesn’t mean you, dear reader. But you have to agree, that’s a panel and a half isn’t it?
After looking back on our hero’s origins, on we march. The body count and bounties rise as the baddies drop away, but Johnny and Wulf’s past starts to catch up with them. Luke on the other hand is having a whale of time re-reading classic Stront’ stories. Continue Reading
It seems that someone has finally become pissed off enough to complain about the constant mikey taking by companies marketing their Convention Exclusives as exclusives only available at said convention.
Will this open the floodgates and make companies more wary of this disgraceful practice, let’s hope so!
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Daniel Irizarri is currently working on IDW’s Judge Dredd: The Blessed Earth series. He lives in Puerto Rico and due to Hurricane Maria, he has had to work without power for the last 26 days.
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Turn and Face The Strange
Creator Droid John Smith : A Selective Bibliography
By Luke Williams
With his seeming recent excision from the Prog and the the Meg on two of his most significant creations, Luke takes a look at the work of the enigma that is cult script droid John Smith and comes over all wibbly and fanboyey’
More excellent merchandise from Planet Replicas
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