Saturday, November 26, 2016

Prog Preview: 2000 AD Prog 2009

Here's your regular sneak preview of next week's 2000AD, courtesy of publishers Rebellion. This issue will be in the shops on Wednesday 30th November. 

This issues sees the episode of Counterfeit Girl substituted by a new complete Future Shock, but the character will be back in the following issue in a double-length conclusion. 

UK & DIGITAL: 23 November 2016 £2.65
NORTH AMERICA: 23 December 2016 $7.99
DIAMOND CODE: SEP161870
COVER: STAZ JOHNSON (a) GARY CALDWELL (c)

In this issue:
Judge Dredd: Cube Root of Evil by Arthur Wyatt (w), Jake Lynch (a), John Charles (c), Annie Parkhouse (l) 
Savage: The Marze Murderer by Pat Mills (w), Patrick Goddard (a), Annie Parkhouse (l)
Hunted by Gordon Rennie (w), PJ Holden (a), Len O'Grady (c), Simon Bowland (l)
Future Shocks: Return of the Revolutionaries by Rory McConville (w), Eoin Coveney (a), Ellie De Ville (l)
Flesh: Gorehead by Pat Mills (w), Clint Langley (a), Ellie De Ville (l) 

Here are previews of the first pages to each story. Click to see them larger...




Available in print from: UK newsagents and all good comic book stores via Diamond 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Lew
Completely off topic but I thought might be of interest to you. I recently subscribed to the Washington Post online, it's very cheap for us in the U.K., and they have an amazing app where you can read the paper on your tablet. Anyway at the end of the paper are the cartoons. There must be about 20 of them. If you ever enjoyed the Far Side there's several in a similar vein. Loads and loads of humour ones like,surprisingly, Andy Capp and Hagar the Horrible. Prince Valiant on Sundays. I have just had so much fun reading today's I thought I would bring it to your attention. The cartoons are easily worth the cost of the sub. I hope you give it a try and I would be interested in your comments.
Finally I would like to thank you. I have had so much pleasure reading your site since I found it about 3 or 4 years ago. I grew up in the 60's and read Beano/Dandy etc then onto Lion/Valiant etc and into British Marvel,then US editions of Marvel. I have a big collection but tend to buy now digitally (or rent ,I suppose that should be). I find modern DC and Image more interesting generally than Marvel.
I will never lose my interest in comics.
Thank you once again for such an amazing site
Regards
Gary Bell

Lee said...

Eoin Coveney has a Dave Gibbons mixed with Cliff Robinson vibe going on there. Very nice black and white art.

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