Another milestone number reached by the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, 2000AD, and another opportunity to entice a top tier talent to provide a suitable cover. Issue #2000 issue had a tribute-tastic cover illustrated by Chris Burnham and this time round, 100 issues later, Tharg has managed to nab comic book legend George Perez to give this anniversary issue some added pizzazz. Or, should that be ‘added zarjaz’?
Alongside a Perez cover – worth the cover price alone – will be some of 2000AD‘s brighter and best art and writing droids including Ian Edginton, Dan Abnett and Colin McNeil.
Pre-orders are now open for both the UK and The Colonies, so do grab your copy now to avoid disappointment. I remember how tough it was to grab a copy of issue #2000, so be warned.
Here’s what you’ll be getting in this oversized anniversary issue:
Judge Dredd finds a secret hidden beneath the rubble in “Judge Dredd: The Small House” by Rob Williams and Henry Flint; cop Bridget Kurtis goes undercover to investigate cult behaviour in “Brink: High Society” by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard; a new dispatch from the vampires-at-war saga Fiends of the Eastern Front in “1812“, as Ian Edginton and Dave Taylor move the action to the Napoleonic Wars; Skip Tracer Nolan Blake enters his brother’s mind in “Legion” by James Peaty and Colin MacNeil; and Kingdom returns in “Alpha and Omega” by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson as Gene the Hackman crashes back to Earth, pursued by the Masters!