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Saturday, 25 February 2017
PART TWO OF 2000 A.D. COVER (& IMAGE) GALLERY...
Images copyright REBELLION
Ready for part two? Well, ready or not, here it comes. The
final lot of 2000 A.D. covers from 1979, bought back in the day by
my good self. Think I'll have to sit down and read them all again one day,
when I have time. Funny that the first one of this run I bought (Prog 119)
had JAMES BOND on the cover, and the last one (127) also gives him a
mention. It's possible I bought some of the following issues after the
merger with TORNADO, but if I did, I never kept them. (I just
didn't like the comic's return to cheaper printing.)
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Below, is this the greatest JUDGE DREDD story ever written?
It's certainly got to be one of them, right up near the top. Hopefully,
REBELLION won't mind me posting the full story, but it's one with a
powerful message that everyone should read. Click on the images to
enlarge, then click again for optimum size. Have your hankies at
the ready - this one will really move you!
Did you spot that great bit of visual humour? "A heavy guard
on the door", with a clearly overweight judge filling the role. I can't
help but wonder if this was indicated in JOHN HOWARD's script,
or was it JOHN COOPER's idea? Nicely done though.
The above-mentioned 'SHAKY' KANE would eventually draw for IPC