What is 2000 AD?
2000 AD is a multi-award-winning, 32-page weekly SF, fantasy and horror anthology comic that has been in regular publication since February 1977. Each issue - or 'prog', short for 'programme' - usually contains around five stories of five to six pages per episode. Judge Dredd, the future lawman who is 2000 AD's most famous character, appears in every issue. It's published every Wednesday, priced £2.25.
How can I get it?
Your local newsagent or a high-street stockist such as WHSmith should sell 2000 AD. If they don't, you can ask your newsagent to order it in for you, and save it behind the counter.
My local newsagent doesn't stock it. Where else can I get it?
You can subscribe to 2000 AD here: http://shop.2000adonline.com/categories/subscriptions. Each issue is delivered to your door usually up to four days before it hits the shops. Alternatively, you can ring the subs helpline on (+44) (0)1621-877-250 or email email@example.com .
I'd prefer to get it digitally. Is this possible?
Yes, you can download digital versions of 2000 AD onto your iPad or iPhone through the 2000 AD app, or for all other devices you can get CBZ and PDF formats from our Official Online Store http://shop.2000adonline.com and Clickwheel http://www.clickwheel.net. Our graphic novels are also available on Kindle through Amazon.
What is the Judge Dredd Megazine?
The Judge Dredd Megazine is 2000 AD's monthly sister title, first published in 1990, which focuses on Dredd's world and his many supporting characters. It's 64 pages of strips, interviews and reviews, and comes bagged every issue with a 64-page mini-graphic novel reprinting stories from the 2000 AD archives. It's published every fourth Wednesday, priced £5.49.
I've missed some issues. Where can I get back copies from?
You can order back issues from http://shop.2000adonline.com/categories/comics in either physical or digital formats. Again, you can also order them over the phone by ringing (+44) (0)1621-877-250.
What characters have appeared in 2000 AD?
Hundreds of different characters have appeared in 2000 AD over the past three decades. Twenty-second century cop Judge Dredd is the most famous, but others include mutant bounty hunter Strontium Dog, genetic infantryman Rogue Trooper, alien freedom fighter Nemesis the Warlock, Russian thief and ladies' man Nikolai Dante, Celtic barbarian Sláine, alien trucker Ace Garp, war robots the ABC Warriors, and many, many more.
Are there collections of old stories?
Yes, there are a wide range of graphic novel collections reprinting stories from both 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine. You can find the complete line-up here: http://shop.2000adonline.com/categories/graphic_novels
I read a lot of US comics. Would I like 2000 AD's stories?
A number of famous comic writers and artists have worked for 2000 AD - Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, Kevin O'Neill, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon, Glenn Fabry, Dave Gibbons, Simon Bisley and more. You'll find their work available in many of the 2000 AD collections. Click here for a list of upcoming and currently available US Graphic Novels!
Do you sell 2000 AD merchandise?
Yes, you can buy 2000 AD T-shirts, statues and mugs from our Official Online Store!
I'm interested in writing for 2000 AD. What's the submissions policy?
You can find the writers' submissions policy here: http://www.2000adonline.com/submissions.
Can I email submissions?
No, postal only.
Who should I address it to?
You should address it to the Submissions Editor, 2000 AD, Riverside House, Osney Mead, Oxford OX2 0ES.
Would you be interested in my idea for a Judge Dredd story?
No, new writers can't work on established characters. See the submissions guidelines.
Can I come to the offices?
No, we're afraid we can't accommodate personal visits.
Would you be interested in publishing my graphic novel?
No, 2000 AD only publishes work that has been printed in the comics themselves.
I'm an artist. How do I go about sending you examples of my work?
See the artists' guidelines at: http://www.2000adonline.com/submissions.
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