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Events / Oldham Comic Con 2 - 12th May 2018 & it's FREE!!
« Last post by Bhuna on Today at 10:41:20 am »
The second Oldham Comic Con guest list is coming along nicely.

It quite 2000ad-centric. 2000ad guest confirmed up to now.

Patrick Goddard
Dave Taylor
Tim Perkins
Ian Richardson
Dan Cornwell
Peter Doherty
John Higgins
Carlos Ezquerra
John Wagner Artist
Steven Austin

Neil McClements
Nigel Parkinson - (Beano)
John Royle - (artist Spiderman G I Joe Danger Girl)
Aly Fell - ( artist The Shadow Glass)
Matt Warner and Mark Adams - (publisher/creator Hellbound media)
I think the Futurequake boys are there too

And it's FREE!!
More information here: https://www.facebook.com/oldhamcomiccon
Prog / Re: Prog 2054 - Me & My Shadow
« Last post by TordelBack on Today at 10:30:07 am »
If Tharg wants new Bolland strip art, he can just call Tom Foster.

Hm, that's unnecessary on several levels.

An entirely appropriate endorsement of Foster, however, whose style adds some delicious Leach overtones and an almost Yeowellish sense of space  to make a unique mix that I would personally prefer to see than more current Bolland...  Which brings me to: when are we getting more Storm Warning?  Loved that strip. 
Prog / Re: Prog 2054 - Me & My Shadow
« Last post by Fungus on Today at 10:23:24 am »
If Tharg wants new Bolland strip art, he can just call Tom Foster.

Hm, that's unnecessary on several levels.

McMahon. This alone will force me to catch up progs/megs ASAP, Lawless aside (actually Absalom is excellent too) the Thrills aren't too hot for me currently. I like to think Mick's evolving/devolving style will be radically altered every time we're presented with it. The prog after the divisive Simon Roy - which I have quickly scanned at least - is delicious timing  :)

Film & TV / Re: Last movie watched...
« Last post by Satanist on Today at 10:12:53 am »
Dave Made a Maze - Guy builds a cardboard maze in his living room and gets lost in it. Friends go in to rescue him only to discover its bigger on the inside and its full of deadly traps. Oh and there's a minotaur. Quite a quirky fun film that I enjoyed more than I probably should have.
I'd love to know how sales for this went and what are the prospects for a wider revival of the featured strips.

The whole thing gave me such a buzz.
Announcements / Re: Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection discussion thread
« Last post by Fungus on Today at 09:58:20 am »
'Why extend?' is rhetorical, right?!
Games / Re: Rogue Trooper Redux
« Last post by I, Cosh on Today at 09:56:13 am »
Never played the original of this and had it marked down for the Switch but the lure of knocking over some trophies on the Playstation might win out. Anyone care to recommend one or the other platform?
General / Re: 2000AD Lego builds
« Last post by norton canes on Today at 09:37:36 am »
That shoulder eagle is just beyond brilliant.
Film & TV / Re: Last movie watched...
« Last post by Keef Monkey on Today at 09:35:21 am »
Im not sure if I even watched that one.So if I get to it...

I still hold that first 3 are good,but  everyone has a right to their own  opinion.

It's really great!
Arguably of equal quality to 3 and far, far superior to 2!  :thumbsup:

I'd agree with all of this  :thumbsup:

Yup, I am also nodding in agreement! New Nightmare is brilliant, and definitely up there with 1&3 (although 3 has a special place in my affections possibly because of the age when I saw it - it definitely seems to be the one I've watched the most often and have the fondest memories of).

I did a rewatch of them all a few years back and was really surprised at how badly 4, 5 and 6* hold up. 2 isn't great either, but for some reason I really enjoy it, it's a bit of a big mad mess and that's endearing.

*Although I do have good memories of three of us renting it on VHS and it only coming with 2 pairs of 3D glasses, meaning my brother got a headache during the 3D section. And you've got to love a film with 3D where the cue for the audience putting on their glasses is a character in the film picking up and putting on 3D glasses. Gloriously cheddar.
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