The long-running British anthology 2000 AD turns the page with a "new reader friendly" issue launching five new story-arcs, including new stories for Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog and Sláine.
2000 AD Prog 1924
Cover: Brian Bolland
Judge Dredd - Enceladus: New Life by Rob Williams and Henry Flint
Sláine: Primordial by Pat Mills and Simon Davis
Grey Area: Another Day On The Job by Dan Abnett and Mark Harrison
Orlok, Agent of East-Meg One: The Rasputin Caper by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch
Strontium Dog: The Stix Fix by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra
On sale APRIL 1
New readers start here! Next week’s issue of the Eisner-nominated sci-fi and fantasy action anthology, 2000 AD, is the ideal place to jump on board with one of comics’ creative powerhouses! Prog 1924 sees a brand-new line-up of stunning stories with everything from future cops to ancient barbarian warriors, mutant bounty hunters to rogue assassins! Wrapped in a brand new cover by the legendary Brian Bolland, Prog 1924 includes FIVE brand new stories, plus ‘primer’ pages for each strip so you can launch straight into some of our biggest characters! Dredd experiences the repercussions of the Titan penal revolt in Enceladus: New Life by Rob Williams and Henry Flint; Strontium Dog Johnny Alpha is given a mission to undertake if he's to save his friends from execution in Strontium Dog: The Stix Fix Job by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra; Celtic barbarian Sláine battles against the Drune Lords in the second book of The Brutania Chronicles, Primordial, by Pat Mills and Simon Davis; the Russian assassin Orlok finds a new mission in The Rasputin Caper by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch; and things aren’t quite as they seem in Grey Area: Another Day On The Job by Dan Abnett and Mark Harrison.
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