2000 AD Prog 2010 out now!
All-finale issue as Flesh, Savage, and Counterfeit Girl arrive at their Earth-shattering conclusions!
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Have another dose of Thrill-power beamed directly into your visual sensors with 2000 AD Prog 2010 - out today!
Everything ends in this issue as Flesh, Savage, and Counterfeit Girl come to their conclusions alongside a complete Judge Dredd thriller from Michael Carroll and Andrew Currie!
This issue clears the decks for the gargantuan 100-page Xmas spectacular heading towards your reality in seven days’ time. and what a lineup of Thrills await you — new series for The Order by Kek-W and John Burns, and Kingdom by Dan Abnett and Richard Elson! Brand-new strips like Ian Edginton and Leigh Gallagher’s fantasy opus Kingmaker, and Guy Adams and Jimmy Broxton’s supernatural 1940s private-eye chiller Hope! There are complete seasonal one-offs for Ace Trucking Co. by Eddie Robson and Nigel Dobbyn, The Fall of Deadworld by Kek-W and Dave Kendall, and of course Judge Dredd by Rob Williams and Chris Weston! Plus much more — not even the Claus humanoid delivers this many festive treats!
2000 AD Prog 2010 is available now in both print from our webshop, all good newsagents and comic book stores, plus digitally through the zarjaz 2000 AD apps for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices!
Judge Dredd: In Denial
by Michael Carroll (w) Andrew Currie (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Mega-City One, 2138 AD. Home to over 72 million citizens, and still recovering four years later from the decimation of the Chaos Bug unleashed by Sov agents, this urban hell is situated along the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America, where crime is rampant, poverty is rife, and unemployment near universal. Tensions run a constant knife-edge and only the zero-tolerance Judges — empowered to dispense instant justice — can stop total anarchy. Judge, jury and executioner in one, they rule the metropolis with an iron fist. Toughest of them all is JUDGE DREDD — he is the Law!
by Pat Mills (w) Clint Langley (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
The Cretaceous Period, Earth. By the 23rd century, most organic livestock is extinct, and mankind is surviving on synthetic food. In a bid to farm real meat, the corporation Trans-Time sends its employees back to the age of the dinosaurs to butcher the beasts, beaming their flesh to a hungry future. Now, as Earl Reagan and his team move their herd to Texas, an asteroid has hit the Earth, causing massive damage, and the Tyrannosaurus Rex Gorehead wants revenge on the hated humans...
Savage: The Märze Murderer
by Pat Mills (w) Patrick Goddard (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
In 1999, Britain was invaded by the Volgans. When lorry driver BILL SAVAGE learned his family had been killed by a stray shell, he began a one-man battle against the aggressors. In 2010, Savage led the resistance to victory, with the Volgans surrendering. Now, in 2015, Savage has been stationed in Volgan-occupied Berlin, but the memories of his murdered wife and children have sent him on killing sprees. Having learnt about secret experiment the Thousand Year Stare, he’s teamed up with Volgan police officer Nika Volodina to discover where the ‘Straw Dogs’ robots have come from...
by Peter Milligan (w) Rufus Dayglo (a) Dom Regan (c) Ellie De Ville (l)
The near future. In a city ruled by the multinational corporations, your identity is crucial — no one can get anywhere without being monitored and status-checked. But if you want a new I.D. then you can go to the ‘simmers’ — backstreet I.D. thieves that can create new personas by stealing the identities of others. Libra Kelly is one such simmer, but in a bid to escape the villainous Albion Corporation, she took on a new identity — one that was diseased. Her health declining, she’s discovered that in fact she’s been set up by the real Libra, and that all her memories are false. Now, she’s facing brain erasure by Albion...