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General / Re: Space Spinner 2000AD
« Last post by WhizzBang on Today at 05:00:54 pm »
Thank you so much - this weeks podcasts have been a real treat.
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General / Re: Space Spinner 2000AD
« Last post by SpaceSpinner2000 on Today at 04:52:35 pm »


All roads lead to Hell as futuristic bounty hunters Johnny Alpha, Wulf, and the alien The Gronk pursue their quarry to the land of fire and brimestone! It's an awesome Strontium Dog adventure in the ninth in our series of Space Spinner 2000 Collections! ! These collections have all of our coverage for a specific character or storyline, all in one place. They're a great accompaniment to reading collected versions of 2000AD, or to just hear your favorite thrill all in one place.

This time exploring a strange dimension full of skeletal horesmen, flaming rivers, and the devil himself in a story full of action, amazing art, and more than a few CB radio call signs. Journey to Hell was the second apperance of the Strontium Dog series in 2000AD (following its run in the discontinued Starlord) and it arrives here fully formed and super awesome! If you're a fan of Johnny Alpha, 2000AD, or action comics in general, you owe it to yourself to check out Strontium Dog, Journey to Hell!

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Please let me know what you think of the episode! One more collection coming tomorrow then I'll be caught up! :D
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Prog / Re: Prog 2053 - Leap of Wraith!
« Last post by Richard on Today at 04:34:22 pm »
Quote
...the gun laying on the floor was the same as the ones they were all using on the first page, no?

No, it was one of the robots' guns. Look again and only three of the four robots are armed.
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Welcome to the board / Re: Hello everyone!
« Last post by Heath C Ackley on Today at 04:28:46 pm »
Welcome!
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Welcome to the board / Re: Hello everyone!
« Last post by Fungus on Today at 03:07:05 pm »
Hullo Andrew! [These user names get weirder all the time  ;) ]

I'd get upgraded to *2000AD Creator* if I were you  :)
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Film & TV / Re: THE ORVILLE
« Last post by Professor Bear on Today at 02:53:09 pm »
I got ahead of meself there as it hasn't been canceled yet, but I can't guarantee it won't have been canceled by the time I finish typing this.
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Film & TV / Re: THE ORVILLE
« Last post by von Boom on Today at 02:23:55 pm »

It's been cancelled.


Really? Well, it was on Fox.
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@blackmocco
Yes,Voyager had flaws.We went thru that a dozen times.
But I dont think the reasoning of "our world is shit" or "because GoT or Man of Steel" is any sort of justification here.

Ugh. I didn't bring up Man of Steel. That was Prof Bear. I hate that fucking movie.

As to the point about the current state of affairs justifying STD's style and story, we can just disagree. That's okay too.
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Other Reviews / Re: Another 2000AD read thread
« Last post by feathers on Today at 01:45:55 pm »
The collected edition point is an interesting one - definitely true for Slaine and Anderson with Shamballa, but not so much for Chronos Carnival or Harlem Heroes which seem pretty much like bread and butter strips that could have come at any time over the life of the comic.  What Slaine and Shamballa have in common, along with the Rogue Trooper War Machine, is that they're given a full title page before each installment - definitely a distinction being drawn.

I've just finished Prog 709.  I'm enjoying the fall out from Necropolis which is nicely reminiscent of the months of stories dealing with the aftermath of the Apocalypse War.  Hewligans Haircut was ok, interesting to contrast this with Time Flies - with Hewligan it was up front about being 8 weeks, so if it jarred a bit you knew it would be over soon, with Time Flies I feel like I've had enough and now just waiting for it to finish, which means small disappointment each prog when it doesn't.

Junker seems fairly run of the mill so far, but the artwork is good.  Silo feels very different, very adult, and I really appreciate the contrast between it and everything else at the moment.  Shamballa running for collected edition is supported by the sometime arbitrary seeming page lengths - things are happening each week, but like Slaine you can feel the development stretching over a longer period. Nearly 1991!
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