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Title: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Hawkmumbler on 24 June, 2016, 04:47:15 pm
When you've got a weekly comic thats been runing for 40 years, and a sister magazine thats been runing for 20 odd, there are bound to be a few dangling plot threads you'd like to see concluded.

In terms of Dredd alone there are a shit ton, Rico and Koburns curse by Gilla Bruja, where Michal Carroll was going with the space corps story line, former chief judge Silver's ghost, so on and so forth.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Professor Bear on 24 June, 2016, 05:14:52 pm
Outlaw was never finished.
Bec and Kawl finished before they got to do any jokes.
There was some Sino-City plot from 1990s Dredd by Mark Millar that made it clear (just in case his career since hasn't) that he was the one keen to replicate the anarchic energy of the home video action movie market of the time and Grant Morrison was just using that as a soundbite while cashing his cheques.
We never saw the original Rogue Trooper after Friday was introduced - WE NEVER SAW HIM AGAIN I SAID - until he was soft-rebooted in the mid-2000s, or what Friday did after he went into that wormhole.
We also never saw how Armored Gideon regenerated into Shakara.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: ZenArcade on 24 June, 2016, 05:19:49 pm
 :o Vanguard. Z
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: sheridan on 24 June, 2016, 06:22:35 pm
Nobody's mentioned Dan Dare yet...

How did Torquemada die on the telegraph wire if he hadn't been sent back in time and was trapped as part of a gestalt entity with Nem and Seth for a million years?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Zenith 666 on 24 June, 2016, 06:30:19 pm
Witch world book 2 starts in prog 2001.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: The Adventurer on 24 June, 2016, 06:59:25 pm
Second City Blues Book 2

LOBSTER RANDOM BOOK 5!
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Trent on 24 June, 2016, 07:04:45 pm
Gordon Rennie's Dreddverse building didn't lead to a payoff although Day of Chaos probably superceded it.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: The Adventurer on 24 June, 2016, 07:12:09 pm
On Rennie Dredd, I recall some plot line stuff with Vienna at the center. Between Bloodlines and Gunther being turned into a cyborg. Did that ever fully conclude?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Grugz on 24 June, 2016, 07:41:20 pm
:o Vanguard. Z

YES! didn't molcher PROMISE to stick that in a floppy in a recentish podcast??? seriously loved that and was sad it didn't get concluded at all.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: hippynumber1 on 24 June, 2016, 07:44:00 pm
Cabs Inc, obviously.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Hawkmumbler on 24 June, 2016, 07:45:05 pm
On Rennie Dredd, I recall some plot line stuff with Vienna at the center. Between Bloodlines and Gunther being turned into a cyborg. Did that ever fully conclude?
Vienna's baby? I can't quite remember weather that got resolved...
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: TordelBack on 24 June, 2016, 08:09:30 pm
Every subplot and every supporting character's story in The Red Seas that was unceremoniously dumped in the race to the finish - and they were the best bits, Jack was never that interesting. I'm still waiting on an epilogue.

Exactly what trouble Freddie Waugh got himself into.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Colin YNWA on 24 June, 2016, 08:31:19 pm
Yeah three that have been mentioned already

Lobster Random
Cabs Inc.
Vanguard
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Heath C Ackley on 24 June, 2016, 10:36:10 pm
And did we ever find out what happened to that Black Hawk fella?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Dash Decent on 25 June, 2016, 04:42:13 pm
Did the stuff with the Kazan clone have a conclusion?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: TordelBack on 25 June, 2016, 04:49:36 pm
Did the stuff with the Kazan clone have a conclusion?

Sort of, or at least we found out his current role/status during Trifecta.

I'd love to see where Harry Kipling was going, that was just getting good.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Hawkmumbler on 25 June, 2016, 04:59:06 pm
Oh man, Harry Kipling and Lobster Random are the two series reprinted in floppies recently that got me like "Wha...thats it?!".

And did Marauder ever get a proper conclusion? I seem to remember the first series just kind of...ended.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Link Prime on 25 June, 2016, 06:04:40 pm
We never saw the original Rogue Trooper after Friday was introduced - WE NEVER SAW HIM AGAIN I SAID - until he was soft-rebooted in the mid-2000s, or what Friday did after he went into that wormhole

Indignant as it was, the original Rogue Trooper died on the Scavanger of Souls satellite (in 'Ascent' by White & Tappin), although it is is likely that Tor Cyan is a re-gened version of the original Rogue (his Biochip was retrieved from his corpse by Rahab).
Helm & Bagman also met their end in Ascent.

Friday, Venus and the surviving Biochips (including Gunnar) were never seen again after entering the aforementioned wormhole.

I wouldn't mind someone having a stab at that mess again, although I do very much enjoy the flashback stories and spin-offs by the Rennie Droid.



Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Dodsy on 25 June, 2016, 10:38:51 pm
Witch world book 2 starts in prog 2001.
Not sure if this is sarcasm or not?..... :|

I'd love to see Lobster Random get a final series one day. I spoke to Si at Thought Bubble last year and he said he'd love to get back to him some point so there may be hope yet.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Richard on 26 June, 2016, 12:09:31 am
Most of the examples given above I don't really care about. But Lobster Random was excellent. That last story in particular was very clever, and very well told. It ended on a good cliff-hanger with the promise of a massive story to come, and then we never saw it again. A great pity, and I hope it can be rectified one day.
 
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Zenith 666 on 26 June, 2016, 11:08:56 am
Me being sarcastic! Surely not. :lol:
Adored both Cabalistics inc and lobster random.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: The Enigmatic Dr X on 26 June, 2016, 01:30:29 pm
What happens when Luke Kirby grows up

Tie Cyan's origins
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: TordelBack on 26 June, 2016, 04:22:49 pm
What happens when Luke Kirby grows up

In fact, now Zenith, Dare and Burger Wars are back in print, can we hope that the impressive cojones of Rebellion are, errr, brought to bear on a collection of Luke Kirby, with maybe Alan persuaded to write some more...? That lad Carter, or maybe Dowling or McCrea, to draw it?.

After that, Medivac 318.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: The Enigmatic Dr X on 26 June, 2016, 09:10:51 pm
What happens when Luke Kirby grows up

In fact, now Zenith, Dare and Burger Wars are back in print, can we hope that the impressive cojones of Rebellion are, errr, brought to bear on a collection of Luke Kirby, with maybe Alan persuaded to write some more...? That lad Carter, or maybe Dowling or McCrea, to draw it?.

After that, Medivac 318.

I'd love that. I always felt Luke Kirby was leading to an epic Dr Strange type. Now is the time to piggy back on that action
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: JayzusB.Christ on 26 June, 2016, 10:11:40 pm
Wasn't Vienna pregnant with that Sov agent's baby or something? She seemed fairly childless last time she appeared though
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Post by: Dark Jimbo on 26 June, 2016, 10:35:05 pm
Wasn't Vienna pregnant with that Sov agent's baby or something? She seemed fairly childless last time she appeared though

Because abortion is illegal in Mega-City One (apparently) she gave the baby up for adoption. That was eleven years ago, so sov-sprog could be ripe for a return any time now.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: JayzusB.Christ on 26 June, 2016, 10:43:03 pm
What kind of backward state would make abortion illegal?  (Ahem.) I don't think it is in MC1 though - indeed, it's been compulsory in some cases (America Jara's for example).
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Dark Jimbo on 26 June, 2016, 10:45:57 pm
It was expressly stated to be illegal in the story, is what I meant - but no, on the whole I didn't think it was, either. It doesn't make much sense for a city whose biggest problem was always over-population and endemic unemployment. Maybe that's changed post-Chaos, though.
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Post by: JayzusB.Christ on 26 June, 2016, 10:55:57 pm
Don't remember that, but I don't doubt you. All the same, it seems a bit daft to outlaw abortion in a city where euthanasia is not only legal but thriving.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: ZenArcade on 26 June, 2016, 11:07:44 pm
Please, not an abortion debate. Z :(
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: TordelBack on 26 June, 2016, 11:31:09 pm
Isn't the point that the fetus can be easily transplanted rather than destroyed? I imagine that kind of tech - a third option - would change perspectives on rights of the unborn, especially in a state with serious hangups about genetic 'purity' of the population.

Edit: sorry, Zen!
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: JOE SOAP on 27 June, 2016, 12:12:59 am
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.


Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Colin YNWA on 27 June, 2016, 07:15:24 am
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.

Please tell me this happened in the Meg? I have zero memory of this but it sounds interesting.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: The Adventurer on 27 June, 2016, 07:38:44 am
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.

Please tell me this happened in the Meg? I have zero memory of this but it sounds interesting.

Pretty sure it was a  Michael Carol story in the Prog last year.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Colin YNWA on 27 June, 2016, 07:47:08 am
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.

Please tell me this happened in the Meg? I have zero memory of this but it sounds interesting.

Pretty sure it was a  Michael Carol story in the Prog last year.

Arrrhh my mind is fleeing the country and finally taking custody of my memory after years of misuse!
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Post by: Timothy on 27 June, 2016, 08:06:09 am
It's older than that. I came back to the prog about 3 years ago, and only caught that story in the Day of Chaos Aftermath collection.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Hawkmumbler on 27 June, 2016, 08:09:38 am
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.

Please tell me this happened in the Meg? I have zero memory of this but it sounds interesting.

Pretty sure it was a  Michael Carol story in the Prog last year.
Crikey thats a plot thread I forgot all about! Jesus hope that gets brought back up it seem'd so important at the time but nothing ever materialised from it!
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Post by: jacob g on 27 June, 2016, 08:31:31 am
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.

Please tell me this happened in the Meg? I have zero memory of this but it sounds interesting.

Pretty sure it was a  Michael Carol story in the Prog last year.
Crikey thats a plot thread I forgot all about! Jesus hope that gets brought back up it seem'd so important at the time but nothing ever materialised from it!

This happened in this story when group of cadets was missing after Chaos Day?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: NapalmKev on 27 June, 2016, 08:39:10 am
Trash - the thing with the green Bobby in. I thought that had potential.

Darkness Visible - what happened? Why did it not return?


The Clown - the (sort of) 2000AD Batman. Except that he killed people!

Cheers
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: TordelBack on 27 June, 2016, 09:37:01 am
The Clown - the (sort of) 2000AD Batman. Except that he killed people!

So more like a 2000AD Superman then?  ;)

What the hell was Darkness Visible? Why do I have no memory of it?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: NapalmKev on 27 June, 2016, 12:05:18 pm
The Clown - the (sort of) 2000AD Batman. Except that he killed people!

So more like a 2000AD Superman then?  ;)

What the hell was Darkness Visible? Why do I have no memory of it?

It was a story from the Prog in the late 900's which ran for a bit but was never finished. A bit more info can be found here (http://britishcomics.wikia.com/wiki/Darkness_Visible).

Cheers

Edited to add: I messed the link up initially but it's working now
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: sheridan on 27 June, 2016, 12:41:00 pm
Cadet Jessica Paris: the female Dredd clone who was pregnant.

Please tell me this happened in the Meg? I have zero memory of this but it sounds interesting.

Pretty sure it was a  Michael Carol story in the Prog last year.

Arrrhh my mind is fleeing the country and finally taking custody of my memory after years of misuse!
Cadet Jessica Paris appeared in Prog 1830 (http://2000ad.wikia.com/wiki/Cadet_Jessica_Paris) in the first episode of The Forsaken.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Jacqusie on 11 September, 2016, 11:05:35 pm
Judge Logan and his arm has been bothering me lately... hope he's ok?

...oh and the whole Andersons (fun?) tales operating independantly of Dredd's with the two seemingly never to brush paths - despite the telepath having saved the city previously, she's finding some rather bland cases to be 'busy on' while the city turns to rat poo...

Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: sheridan on 12 September, 2016, 02:30:07 am
Judge Logan and his arm has been bothering me lately... hope he's ok?
It's up to Wagner* whether Judge Logan ever appears again, following real-world events...

Judge Logan (http://www.2000ad.org/?zone=thrill&page=profiles&choice=logan) was based on a real person, superfan W.R. Logan (http://www.2000ad.org/?zone=droid&page=profiles&choice=LOGAN), known to many on this forum and sometime adviser to Wagner on minutae of Dreddworld trivia.  The real Logan (aka Stewart Perkins) passed away on 21st of May this year (https://2000ad.wordpress.com/2016/05/22/stewart-perkins-farewell-judge-logan/) (obituary by Pete Wells).

*though I'm sure if he does plan any tribute then he'd contact Mrs Perkins first.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: AlexF on 12 September, 2016, 12:07:38 pm
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...oh and the whole Andersons (fun?) tales operating independantly of Dredd's with the two seemingly never to brush paths - despite the telepath having saved the city previously, she's finding some rather bland cases to be 'busy on' while the city turns to rat poo...

I've always thought there was a general problem with Psi Division that it was never clear which cases deserved to make use of this super-helpful resource, and which ones don't. I guess the only way ot make sense of it is that the psychics are left to their own devices - their inherent sensitivity will pick up on and tune in on certain cases for whatever reason, so the Chief Judge can't simply insist on Anderson solving e.g. the Titan attack, or finding PJ Maybe, because even her psi powers can't just do any old thing on demand.

It also works the other way around - why didn't Joe Dredd get involved when ALL the city's children were being led off into the Cursed Earth that one time?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Steven Denton on 12 September, 2016, 12:23:50 pm
Isn't the point that the fetus can be easily transplanted rather than destroyed? I imagine that kind of tech - a third option - would change perspectives on rights of the unborn, especially in a state with serious hangups about genetic 'purity' of the population.

Edit: sorry, Zen!

That makes a kind of sense, but with overpopulation historically being a problem I can't see them actively trying to keep the population up. Dredds world has always had a particularly cavalier attitude towards human life so I doubt it's a moral issue. Assisted dying is fine in MC1 (although that's a choice made by, rather than for the soon to be deceased), with Judges actively recommending Eldsters choose euthanasia in at least one story I hazily remember.
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Post by: Steven Denton on 12 September, 2016, 12:28:12 pm
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...oh and the whole Andersons (fun?) tales operating independantly of Dredd's with the two seemingly never to brush paths - despite the telepath having saved the city previously, she's finding some rather bland cases to be 'busy on' while the city turns to rat poo...

I've always thought there was a general problem with Psi Division that it was never clear which cases deserved to make use of this super-helpful resource, and which ones don't. I guess the only way ot make sense of it is that the psychics are left to their own devices - their inherent sensitivity will pick up on and tune in on certain cases for whatever reason, so the Chief Judge can't simply insist on Anderson solving e.g. the Titan attack, or finding PJ Maybe, because even her psi powers can't just do any old thing on demand.

It also works the other way around - why didn't Joe Dredd get involved when ALL the city's children were being led off into the Cursed Earth that one time?

Not Just led off but subsequently killed. Anderson story's when through a phase of having world changing events or city wide catastrophes that were completely ignored in the wider timeline (and probably in Anderson itself) 
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Dark Jimbo on 12 September, 2016, 01:32:20 pm
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...oh and the whole Andersons (fun?) tales operating independantly of Dredd's with the two seemingly never to brush paths - despite the telepath having saved the city previously, she's finding some rather bland cases to be 'busy on' while the city turns to rat poo...

It also works the other way around - why didn't Joe Dredd get involved when ALL the city's children were being led off into the Cursed Earth that one time?

Not Just led off but subsequently killed. Anderson story's when through a phase of having world changing events or city wide catastrophes that were completely ignored in the wider timeline (and probably in Anderson itself)

Childhood' End is the one everyone always cites, of course, but what about the Half Life virus that led to tens (hundreds?) of thousands of spontaneous murders and suicides?

The events in Anderson are never even referenced again within the same strip - remember when twenty city blocks gained sentinence and walked out into the Cursed Earth to make a little satellite city outside the West Wall, guarded by Krong the robot ape? Hardly surprising, seeing as it was never seen/mentioned again.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Steven Denton on 12 September, 2016, 01:57:10 pm
Using the very same comic book logic that made some one think it was a good idea to connect Friday and Rogue Trooper, that connection can be dismissed. Friday's Rogue Trooper isn't the same Rouge Trooper as the one in Rouge Trooper.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Jacqusie on 12 September, 2016, 11:07:47 pm
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The events in Anderson are never even referenced again within the same strip - remember when twenty city blocks gained sentinence and walked out into the Cursed Earth to make a little satellite city outside the West Wall, guarded by Krong the robot ape? Hardly surprising, seeing as it was never seen/mentioned again.

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...Ah yes, I'd been doing really well in forgetting that wacky ol' tale... those crazy sentient city blocks eh? Wonder how they are all getting on, maybe the kids that went down them tunnels live there now? A few might be pregnant with Dredds baby or something?

 ;)
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: maryanddavid on 12 September, 2016, 11:29:39 pm
I dunno, Dredd and 2000AD had always been a little loose with continuity. Dredd arrested Satan and Dracula, and this is in the same universe as 'Bury My knee At Wounded heart' and 'America'.

For me the walking building occupy the same place, although I have always wondered about the whole disappearing kids storyline. I always took it that these events were sector events, rather than city wide, so maybe its just a sector with an ageing demographic. Or Chaos Day has made it a moot point.
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Jacqusie on 13 September, 2016, 12:18:10 am
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...oh and the whole Andersons (fun?) tales operating independantly of Dredd's with the two seemingly never to brush paths - despite the telepath having saved the city previously, she's finding some rather bland cases to be 'busy on' while the city turns to rat poo...

 ...so the Chief Judge can't simply insist on Anderson solving e.g. the Titan attack, or finding PJ Maybe, because even her psi powers can't just do any old thing on demand.



Good point, but then there are the pre-cogs that have missed a trick or two (dozen) long the way...

I always wondered what happened to the Total War hit woman in the great story 'After the Bombs' that became a Justice Dept precog with a big peice of metal lodged in her head...

It had wonderful art by Jason Brashill too... what ever happened to him I wonder?

...that's a lot of wondering!
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: sheridan on 13 September, 2016, 12:45:50 pm
It had wonderful art by Jason Brashill too... what ever happened to him I wonder?

...that's a lot of wondering!
The Day the Web Stood Stupid (http://www.webstoodstupid.com/where-are-they-nowjason-brashill/) also wondered what happened to him.  Computer games in Seattle, apparently.

Plus a few things for TV (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2169759/).
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Jacqusie on 13 September, 2016, 06:49:09 pm
Thanks Sheridan for that digging, I always loved his work and although I shall forgive him for the space girls (a guys gotta work) he helped the prog look great with his covers in the 1990's.

Maybe he will grace us once more in the future, you never know...
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: sheridan on 13 September, 2016, 11:31:49 pm
The Clown - the (sort of) 2000AD Batman. Except that he killed people!
And subject of a recent ABCs of 2000AD podcast (vidcast?)
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Jacqusie on 16 September, 2016, 11:31:01 pm
Judge Logan and his arm has been bothering me lately... hope he's ok?
It's up to Wagner* whether Judge Logan ever appears again, following real-world events...

Judge Logan (http://www.2000ad.org/?zone=thrill&page=profiles&choice=logan) was based on a real person, superfan W.R. Logan (http://www.2000ad.org/?zone=droid&page=profiles&choice=LOGAN), known to many on this forum and sometime adviser to Wagner on minutae of Dreddworld trivia.  The real Logan (aka Stewart Perkins) passed away on 21st of May this year (https://2000ad.wordpress.com/2016/05/22/stewart-perkins-farewell-judge-logan/) (obituary by Pete Wells).

*though I'm sure if he does plan any tribute then he'd contact Mrs Perkins first.


I didn't know about the Logan/Stewart thing until recently, I just liked the character as I thought he brought something a bit different to Dredds world.

I'm a fan of continuity and always appreciate the characters returning in Dredds world, as some of the stories I find a bit throwaway sometimes. Logan brought some gravitas, a bit of realism and humanity and was a great foil for Dredd.

I do hope that he might make a come back, in all respect to Stewart and his families wishes of course.

Si
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Toni Scandella on 20 September, 2016, 12:02:26 pm
What happened to the Death Belt over the Cursed Earth, and the dome the City was in that we saw as Dredd was leaving the City in the killdozer?
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Steve Green on 20 September, 2016, 12:19:14 pm
The Death Belt was covered in a tales from the Black Museum story in the Megazine
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: sheridan on 21 September, 2016, 06:19:22 pm
The Death Belt was covered in a tales from the Black Museum story in the Megazine
Dome-wise it could have just covered that portion of MC1, and there's been plenty of things that could have happened to a dome in the intervening years...

Death Belt-wise - I liked it - can't recall the Black Museum story, but was it conclusive that it couldn't come back?  I love the devil's lapdogs!
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: Jacqusie on 25 September, 2016, 01:04:18 am
Roffman & his PSU work hasn't been around for a while, especially his how his new sphincter is getting on.

That and I miss Robo-Guthrie, I can't remember the last time he made an appearance.

Technically not loose plot threads I know, but in Roffmans case, they may be still hanging mind you...

 ::)
Title: Re: Hanging plot threads you would like to see addressed
Post by: M.I.K. on 25 September, 2016, 03:37:42 am
Jason Brashill was actually involved with computer games before he drew anything for 2000ad. I first became aware of him when he was doing box art and graphics for Codemasters games in the early '90s, (Sgt. Seymour, Robot Cop springs to mind).