Space Bastards is loud, dumb fun, but not without a large measure of acerbic anti-capitalist commentary.
Irreverent, witty and a joy to read, Daniel Whiston’s Neroy Sphinx feels like the classic 2000AD saga that never was.
This series of hardback collections is a must for fans of Mega-City One’s finest lawman.
In a year when Dark Knight Rises provided a challenging, multifaceted deconstruction of a beloved icon and The Avengers brought Marvel’s finest to the screen with unparalleled authenticity, Pete Travis’s Dredd is a stripped-down, ultraviolent take on the 2000AD icon which owes as much to Die Hard and Assault on Precinct 13 as it does the irreverent source material.
Rebellion Stories: John Wagner, Robbie Morrison Art: Colin MacNeil, Chris Blythe, Henry Flint As someone who spent the past three years advocating the virtues of indie and self-published comics, I often feel quite ashamed with how few non Marvel/DC titles I actually purchase each week. Point in case: the seminal 2000AD, which I have not […]