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"Prog 1750 hits newsstands in the UK today, with the glorious return of John Smith’s time-twisting technicians Indigo Prime to 2000 AD."
“I’m sorry, I thought you knew ... God’s dead.”

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Prog 1750 hits newsstands in the UK today, with the glorious return of John Smith’s time-twisting technicians Indigo Prime to 2000 AD.

Best remembered for the stunning Killing Time storyline in Progs 735-744, Indigo Prime are the temporal trouble-shooters who keep the multiverse ticking along nicely, dealing with the mess left behind by time travellers, meddlers and monsters. The organisation’s Seamsters repair time breaches, its Sceneshifters repair space and the Imagineers ... well ... they do weird things. John Smith’s arch Seamsters, Winwood and Cord were last seen when they made a surprise appearance at the end of Dead Eyes in 2008 – heralding the beginning of the new Indigo Prime serial.

For those readers who are new to Indigo Prime, Tharg the Merciful has put together the one-shot story from Prog 678 from 1990, which includes a tour of IP’s nerve centre and a handy organisational chart – giving the uninitiated the chance to calibrate their thrill receptors before embarking upon Smith and Bagwell’s mind-blitz through the multiverse.

Welcome to Indigo Prime, earthlets, please proceed to the induction area ...

Michael Molcher

Thursday 8th September 2011