2000 AD PROG 2129
Written by Michael Carroll, Ian Edginton, Guy Adams, Billy Higgins.
Art by Mark Sexton, D’Israeli, Dan Cornwell, Tony Allcock, Leigh Gallagher.
Colors by John Charles, Jim Boswell.
Letters by Annie Parkhouse, Ellie De Ville, Simon Bowland.
Cover by David Millgate.
Welcome back to yet another mighty DoomRocket preview of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, where only the most scrotnig of sequentials are worthy enough to meet the gaze of you, our finest readers!
Get your Thrill-power as it exists in its current form while you can, terrans; Joko-Jargo, nephew of Tharg and apprentice editor, returns next week for an all-ages friendly bumper prog that you can share with neo-squaxx everywhere! (Regular programmes resume in two weeks!) In the meantime, thrill to the finale of Judge Dredd mini-saga “The Long Game”, and don’t miss the latest zarjaz Future Shock by the Billy Higgins, Tony Allcock and Annie Parkhouse droids.
Alert! Next week is Free Comic Book Day, so make sure to venture forth to your local comic vendors to snag a copy of the 99p/99¢ Villains Takeover Special, featuring tales from the darker corners of the cosmos! And keep your eyes peeled to DoomRocket for an upcoming interview with Rob Williams and Henrik Sahlstrom concerning their imminent Takeover tale starring none other than the odious Judge Death!
Earthlets, lower your eyes and pay homage to this 10-page preview of prog 2129, courtesy of Tharg and his minions at 2000 AD!
£2.85 | UK & DIGITAL | 1 MAY
$22.40 (per pack) | NORTH AMERICA | JUNE 1
From ‘2000 AD’: In this issue…
JUDGE DREDD: THE LONG GAME by Michael Carroll (w) Mark Sexton (a) John Charles (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
SCARLET TRACES: HOME FRONT by Ian Edginton (w) D’Israeli (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
MAX NORMAL: HOW THE MAX GOT HIS STRIPES by Guy Adams (w) Dan Cornwell (a) Jim Boswell (c) Simon Bowland (l)
FUTURE SHOCKS: THEY SHOOT MONSTERS, DON’T THEY? by Billy Higgins (w) Tony Allcock (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
KINGMAKER: OUROBOROS by Ian Edginton (w) Leigh Gallagher (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
DIAMOND CODE: MAR191963
Available in print from: newsagents and comic book stores via Diamond