2000 AD PROG 2128
Written by Michael Carroll, Ian Edginton, Guy Adams, Andi Ewington.
Art by Mark Sexton, D’Israeli, Dan Cornwell, Anna Morozova, Leigh Gallagher.
Colors by John Charles, Jim Boswell.
Letters by Annie Parkhouse, Ellie De Ville, Simon Bowland.
Cover by Cliff Robinson, Jim Boswell.
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!
There is much to savor in this week’s prodigious programme, my fellow squaxx, fresh new pages chronicling the further adventures (both mis- and otherwise) of some of your favorite denizens of 2000 AD: Judge Dredd continues “The Long Game” and Scarlet Traces fortifies the “Home Front”; Max Normal is still navigating the tale of “How The Max Got His Stripes” and Kingmaker charts a circuitous course through the “Ouroboros”!
All this would be Thrill-power enough for your fragile terran sensors, but wait! An exceptionally ghafflebette surprise is in store for you in the form of a new Future Shock! Green-lit by the Mighty Green One, “Juncture” brings back creator bots Andi Ewington and Annie Parkhouse, and it introduces the latest droid to meet the muster of the Galaxy’s Greatest, artist Anna Morozova! Hail the grand renderings of Morozova—another star has been added to the cosmos!
Earthlets, lower your eyes and pay homage to this 10-page preview of prog 2128, courtesy of Tharg and his minions at 2000 AD!
£2.85 | UK & DIGITAL | 24 APRIL
$22.40 (per pack) | NORTH AMERICA | MAY 24
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: JUNCTURE by Andi Ewington (w) Anna Morozova (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
KINGMAKER: OUROBOROS by Ian Edginton (w) Leigh Gallagher (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
DIAMOND CODE: FEB191917
Available in print from: newsagents and comic book stores via Diamond