It’s The End Of The Word As We Know It In Punks Not Dead #2 From Black Crown

by Olly MacNamee

Punks Not Dead: London Calling #2 drops this week from Black Crown with our erstwhile hero, Fergie, still in London while Dorothy Culpepper is still up North in Preston. Written by David Barnett and illustrated by Martin Simmonds with colour flats by Dee Cunniffe lettering by Aditya Bidikar once again we’re here to with you a preview of this sophomore issue as Culpepper has dark apocalyptic premonitions of the future. London calling? More like the apocalypse calling.

In the spirit of awkward house calls, Fergie and Sid’s urgent quest for Fergie’s long-absent father finds them holed up in a dilapidated London boozer… where they meet some unwelcome old enemies and make an interesting new friend. Back in Preston, Dorothy Culpepper of The Department of Extra-Usual Affairs gets a proper wallop and Fergie’s mom Julie and kinda-girlfriend Natalie end up with blood on their hands. The spirit of ’77 is alive by night with power chords and psychic grenades in London Calling: “To the Faraway Towns.”

Punks Not Dead London Calling #2 is out Wednesday, the 27th of March from Black Crown.

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