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Messages - Eamonn Clarke

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Events / Re: Lawless Model Raffle
« on: Today at 08:43:06 am »
Congratulations on the awesome total, Dave. And to the lucky winners.

Prog / Re: Prog 2132 - Bringer of War
« on: 19 May, 2019, 11:33:28 am »

Jon Davis-Hunt

I bought the digital version of this after listening and it didn't disappoint. Doomlord crossed with 2000ad and Roy Of The Rovers is a great description.

I think Bob The Galactic Bum was the last time John Wagner had written with Alan Grant before this.
Cheers, WhizzBang. I knew one of our listeners would be able to fill me in on their last collaboration.

Film & TV / Re: Game of Thrones: the last series [SPOILERS]
« on: 14 May, 2019, 08:56:50 am »
Jeez, what are they putting in that Westeros coffee?  ;)

General / Re: Space Spinner 2000AD
« on: 13 May, 2019, 08:31:00 am »
Wow, what an honour to be on the show covering these particular issues of Action. Thanks, Conrad.

If you get the chance check our Steve Green's marvellous commission where Carlos re-imagined this cover with Dredd, a fatty, and a string of sausages. It's possibly one of the greatest pieces of art in the entire history of the world.

Cheers, Conrad. Great fun to be on the episode about those issues of Action!

And here is a grail page from Rok of the Reds for Tony Esmond

Megazine / Re: Meg 408 - Hard Country for Old Men
« on: 12 May, 2019, 01:57:44 pm »
cover is Cliff Robinson with Dylan Teague colours

Megazine / Meg 408 - Hard Country for Old Men
« on: 12 May, 2019, 01:57:08 pm »

Dredd - Kenneth Niemand again, and Nick Dyer cursed earth artwork.

Lawless - does a talky GoT politicing episode with Phil Winslade's amazing penwork ruling the roost. And a Landraider appearance?!

Storm Warning - wraps up with some more spooky stuff.

A Tale from the Black Museum by Rory McConville and Neil Goodge. Obvious cricket bat from the Cornetto trilogy but don't recognise the axe (but should do).

The Torture Garden looks creepy but I haven't read this one yet.

Interrogations with Geoff Senior and Abigail Bulmer, and the floppy is Mind Wars vol 1

Pick of the Meg is still Lawless but I enjoyed the wrap up of the Dredd cursed earth story.


Book club turns football club as Tony Esmond from the Awesome Comics podcast brings along Rok of the Reds by Wagner, Grant, Cornwell, Bulmer & Campbell.

"The talented podcaster has played a blinder of a pass there!"

Listen in at

Prog / Re: Prog 2131 - The Ape of Good Hope
« on: 11 May, 2019, 07:22:07 pm »

PJ Holden on cover duties

News / Re: 2000AD Villains Takeover Special
« on: 09 May, 2019, 08:24:46 pm »

I spoke to Mr Staples while he was catching his breath in between signing all the Burdis progs and asked him how long this cover took him. He said he did it in one day.  :o

Prog / Re: Prog 2130 - 2000ad Regened
« on: 09 May, 2019, 08:08:33 pm »

Bit late with this cover by Neil Goodge and Gary Caldwell on colours.

Fascinated to see what happens with this, Full Tilt Boogie and Finder & Keeper seem too good to languish as just one offs.

Another busy episode at FCBD in London. Recorded a podcast, went to two signings, spent some money in FP and Orbital, and had a pint or three with the Southern Contingent.

And here are some lovely things for charity. Let's start with the biggie:
The Villains takeover special signed on the cover by Greg Staples, Matt Smith, Pye Parr and Keith Richardson.


And the Funny Pages FCBD issue signed on the inside cover by editor Robo-Keef himself.

A copy of the Ro-Busters Complete nuts and bolts vol #1 kindly donated to the cause by Keith.

And then for anyone who is interested I have the contents of the Forbidden Planet FCBD goody bag:
FCBD issues of
Stranger Things
My Favorite Thing is Monsters
Deadly Class
Starburns presents #2
Doctor Who

I don't know what half of them are, but every comic has its devoted fans. Check my other items for details.

Also on offer
Two different cover versions of the DC zombie title DCeased #1, both signed on the cover by Trevor Hairsine.

And IDW Judge Dredd Toxic #4 cover B

All of these are 99p starts, with free second class P&P from me, and all are 100% for cancer research UK so every penny goes to a good cause.

There is even the now traditional copy of the Morris Minor magazine, also for charity.

And finally, I also have another spare (unsigned) copy of Funny Pages which I'll send to the first forumite to pm me in return for a £1 on my Justgiving page. But pm me first, when it's gone it's gone.

And that's it. I'm now feeling weaker than Greg Staples' wrist after he had signed all the Burdis progs, so I'm off for the traditional lie down with a damp prog on me forehead while the first lady revives me with pieces of Greggs vegan sausage rolls dipped in soft southern shandy.

You know what to doi.

Film & TV / Re: Game of Thrones: the last series [SPOILERS]
« on: 02 May, 2019, 09:39:29 pm »
The fierce little girl with the scared face.

Can't place her I'm afraid. Unless you mean the magnificent Lady Mormont, in which case I have some bad news...

The scarred northerner from the soup line in episode 2.  The one who reminded Davos and Gilly of Shireen. She defended the crypts and I think she was holding Varys’ hand at the end.

The wonderful Bear cub of house Mormont did indeed go out in a blaze of glory, which might be a convenience for the writers as she was the leading spokesperson for the King in the North, and not a great fan of the Dragon Queen.

Film & TV / Re: Game of Thrones: the last series [SPOILERS]
« on: 02 May, 2019, 08:40:17 pm »
Who’s still on the field for team Dani?

No Dothraki
About a dozen Unsullied
Most of her A team
Two injured dragons
Jara Greyjoy and a handful of ships.
The fierce little girl with the scared face.
And that’s about it.

Still at least Sansa’s meetings about grain reserves and the soup kitchens will get a bit easier.
“They’re dead, they’re all dead. OK? Can I go now?”

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