PSI: Mega-City One
PSI: Mega-City One
"Young Anderson returns as Prog 1780 and Judge Dredd Megazine 323 hit UK shelves today!"

Every judge must earn their stripes, and even the greatest psychic in Mega-City One was young once!

Cassandra Anderson is back as a fresh faced cadet in Cadet Anderson Psi-Divison: Algoe Part One by Alan Grant, with art by Steve Yeowell and Eva De La Cruz.

It's about time for salvation for Mega-City One but instead one rogue Judge is bringing biblical destruction! The Dark Judges - Fear, Fire and Mortis – are about to be unleashed in Judges in Day of Chaos: Eve of Destruction by John Wagner and Henry Flint. Rowan is determined to save Kiera from Harry's depraved custody but will her thirst for revenge get in the way? in Age of the Werewolf II: She is Legend by Alec Worley and Jon Davis-Hunt. Poor Gorehead isn't looking so good in Midnight Cowboys by Pat Mills and James McKay. Perhaps some soup with bite sized Clancy will make him feel better? Bees Knees! The Zaucer? Banished? Be-headed, be-footed? Surely not! This deadly dance between the Zultan and Zaucer is surely near its end  in The Zultan of Zilk in Brendan McCarthy and Al Ewing’s The Zaucer of Zilk.

Over in Judge Dredd Megazine 323, Dredd is battling a tide of spin as The Adjudicators create a PR nightmare! Simon Spurrier and Carlos Ezquerra bring forth a tale of public order-shattering publicity junkies! Then there’s the bombastic return of Samizdat Squad by Arthur Wyatt and PJ Holden, with the team staging an old-fashioned railway heist! Andy Diggle and Jock’s creator-owned series, Snapshot, kicks up a gear as Jake runs for his life after discovering terrible images on a discarded phone. And Strange and Darke: New Blood by John Smith, Colin MacNeil, Len O’Grady and Dee Cunnifee reaches its rampant, virile end! Also in this issue – interviews with industry legends Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch, plus a chat with Age of the Wolf writer Alec Worley and our round-up of film reviews!

And don’t forget, 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine are available digitally THIS FRIDAY from

2000 AD Prog 1780 and Judge Dredd Megazine 323 – dare YOU cope with so much Thrillpower?!

Michael Molcher

Wednesday 25th April 2012