With Milligan distracted Stateside, it took a while to get the gang back together for the 3rd series of Bad Company. What we got wasn’t quite what was expected and a further shift from the common or garden war story.
Ararat had done an Alderaan, Bad Company had been destroyed, Kano was missing in action. It seemed that was the end for our bunch of psychologically unhinged combatants. But they reckoned without editorial’s desire to satisfy a hungry readership………..
Buying new collected editions (Thank you Ultimate Collection) of old comics he already has (currently running at 4 versions of the earliest chapters in this story), it makes life a whole lot easier when writing an article like this. No burrowing through piles of 30 year old comics for Luke as he takes a look at the pseudo philosophical / hipster war story.
Luke has been careless with his money again. He spotted this rarity on eBay, a 12 ” action figure of TMO himself. The answer to
“Can you have too many 2000ad action figures ?”
is of course,
“No, what is wrong with you?”
‘Finn’ , a short lived spin off from ‘Third World War’ which ran in ‘Crisis’, came to prominence a few years ago when there was an upsurge on social media of discussion on reprinting the series. Rebellion have finally relented and it’s going to be collected, but why the fuss? Is this just a 90s “Slaine” clone or something more substantial. Luke finally gets around to writing it up.