The boys are still recovering from the con. They talk ‘Rogue One’, ‘The Fast and the Furious’ movies and Flint loves Brain Azzarello but, unfortunately, not his Wonder Woman run. All this and the Prog review.
This was announced a while back. Might be worth your while if you are a new 2000ad reader. For me, with the Dredd Mega Collection still going on, I’ll give it a miss. Living in the US, buying this is an expensive option…so, when I visit the old country I might dip in and out and buy some issues that I’d like to have in that hardcover format.
I have most of the material in graphic novel format anyways. Hopefully they won’t pad this collection (I’m assuming it’s 80 parts with room for extension!) with sub par material. Fingers crossed.
Go to www.2000adcollection.com to subscribe. Subscriptions begin on 7th August with issue one on sale from 23rd August.
Tiernen Trevallion does stars in their eyes. “Tonight, Matthew, I’m going to be the Alienist.”
The Thrillcast about nothing. Molch-R does his best in this utterly pointless panel. Dave Gibbons is entertaining as usual but really…this is the panel about nothing. Nothing new about the recently announced Dredd show and nothing new about the gaming side. Totally utterly pointless. You’d never know it was 2000ad’s 40th Aniniversary. What the heck…if you have a spare hour to waste…
Listen to it here…
Despite being a little off the pace, as the series finished a few months ago, and not 2000AD, Luke argues it gets in here by the fact that it’s from a direct ancestor of the prog’, and it was created by the “Flesh” team of Pat Mills and Ramon Sola. Plus Si Spurrier was a long term contributor to the prog. Finally, Luke is providing the labour, so has the right 🙂
Eamonn talks to Terry Mack about OZ. My original art I’d love to own would be that ‘Birdmen’ centerspread. It’s fantastic.