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Defending Judge Dredd (1995)

In a post-Avengers world, it can sometimes be hard to remember the dark days of the mid-90s. A time when comic book story lines like The Death of Superman were hitting the mainstream media, most big-name properties were languishing in development hell, and the success of Batman Forever was about to give birth to the laughing stock that is Batman and Robin. 2,091 more words

Science Fiction

Sinister Dexter Volume 1 - IDW collected trade

Sinister Dexter Volume One
Published by IDW

Writer: Dan Abnett
Artists: Andy Clarke, Dylan Teague
Colorists: Chris Blythe, Dondie Cox Len, O’Grady, Gary Caldwell
Letterers: Ellie De Ville, Annie Parkhouse… 367 more words

Comics

Unknown Pleasures - 2000AD Presents: Dice Man

It’s 1985. You are one of the guiding lights of The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic. The choose-your-own adventure gamebook craze is in full-swing. You’re looking for a new magazine to spin off from 2000AD. 1,302 more words

Interviews

2000AD Portfolio Competition at Thought Bubble

2000AD Portfolio Competition

Thought Bubble Comic Convention

Portfolio Session Saturday 15th
Final Sunday 16th November 2014

Every year 2000AD run a competition at Thought Bubble, the premiere Comic Convention in Leeds. 440 more words

Comics

This is bat country!

Is that.. Benicio Del Toro?

Guardians of the Galaxy (12A) – out now

Summer movies are the cinema equivalent of appetiser. They come before the main event (oscar season) and rarely satisfy – usually preferring to stay light and fluffy. 489 more words

Film Review

2000 and counting

“I’m a loaner Dotty, a rebel.”, or maybe just a Rogue Trooper?

One of the guys in my Krav Maga class is a comic fan (none of my comics, of course), especially his childhood faves from  106 more words

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INTERVIEW: Dan Abnett Heads into 'Lawless' Territory for 2000AD

Currently running in the pages of Judge Dredd Megazine, Dan Abnett and Phil Winslade’s Lawless moves away from the central block wars and hi-tech warways of MegaCityOne and off into the outer frontier. 1,124 more words

Interviews