Published for FCBD, and not actually free, Luke takes Rebellion up on their offer of the specials delivered straight to his door, there by defeating the object of FCBD day. All because he is Rebellion’s bitch and has a pathological desire to give them his money.
It’s amazing that the Meg’ is still here after all the tribulations since its debut in 1990. It’s far more consistent than it’s older sibling. Overcome with enthusiasm this week for publications from the House of Tharg, managing something twice in a weekend for the first time since his thirties, Luke rambles for a few hundred words on this special anniversary issue.
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’
Luke breathes a sigh of relief as he reaches the home straight.However, this might be hardest stretch yet. The strip begins to meander, it finds the way home for a sprint finish over the last stage, only for the finish line to be moved on a few yards……..
2000AD : 40 Years of Thrillpower Festival
Seth unpacks, takes stock and counts the pennies after a whirlwind weekend of thrillpower.
The great “should’ve done a complete Nemesis book” artist Chris Weston. From the 1992 Sci Fi Special