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Messages - broodblik

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The problem with the current Sin/Dex series is mostly not its own making but rather a scheduling issue. The main problem with this is that it does not read 100% coherent and a few episodes we had was almost a recap rather than pushing the story forward. For me Sin/Dex is Abnett’s weakest entry I would rather him focus on more The Out and Brink. I also would like to see the return of both Kingdom and Grey Area. So yes, I understand the love of a long running series but sometimes you have to put something to bed. Sin/Dex is not a bad strip and I always find a readable, but I would really like Abnett to give the story a proper send-off (one which such a long running strip deserves).

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Prog / Re: Prog 2214 - High Vexplosive!
« on: Today at 02:09:55 PM »
Talking about Slaine: I read on Pat's twitter that he and Rebellion have an agreement that no-one except him will write Slaine. So hopefully we get a proper send-off with the current series. So far the art for me has played its part but the script is still a little bit lacking.

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When I saw this draw I tough it would be an easy win for Mike but I see that Arthur has got a few fans as well. The later work of Mike I do not like but he has a certain quality about his earlier work that really stood out (especially Slaine). Arthur for me will always be the de facto Anderson artist.

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General / Re: Wishlist for 2021
« on: Today at 04:55:22 AM »
Way back in prog 2123 in Thrills of the Future a new story by Peter Milligan and Rufus Dayglo was mentioned The Devil's Railroad. Do anyone know anything about this if it is going to happen and what is it about? We have not seen Milligan for a few years now.

Another story that was original target for prog 2184 Nakka of the S.T.A.R.S what happened too it as well?

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Leigh on Kingmaker:




Steve on The Red Seas:


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This basically this:



versus this:


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Prog / Re: Prog 2214 - High Vexplosive!
« on: 15 January, 2021, 02:04:09 PM »
Finally, I guess the 2000 AD accountant droids might disagree, but I'm all in favour of expanding the length of strips so that we get a story on the back page instead of an advert.

Cannot remember the last time that we literally only had story no nothing else. I am also more for this...

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Books & Comics / Re: Essential Judge Dredd Apocalypse War
« on: 15 January, 2021, 12:53:52 PM »
For the upcoming release of Essential Judge Dredd Apocalypse War I noticed that the collection is going to be in all colour. Now I never read the original run when it was first published. Was it then already all colour or just this first two pages of each episode?

Just the centre spreads in the original publication. Was it coloured/re-coloured by IDW…?

I pre-ordered it digitally and when it is available I will see who did the colouring

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Leigh Gallagher

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Colin did we already vote for Redondo, although your heading states Bisley.

Anyway does not matter my vote goes to Cam

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Although I did not vote for Kev, I will always see him as one of the founding fathers of the prog.

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Film & TV / Re: The Expanse
« on: 14 January, 2021, 01:30:52 PM »
... it takes Miller to drag a nuke into a bar.

That sounds like the start of a rather interesting joke.  What's the punchline?

KABOOOOM !!!!!!!

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Megazine / Re: Meg 427: The Ssspiritsss Of The Ssseason!
« on: 14 January, 2021, 01:19:05 PM »
Any fans of Dreadnoughts here is some good news and Mike Carroll confirms in the interview below that he delivered the second series:

https://2000ad.com/news/interview-talking-judge-dredd-desperadlands-with-michael-carroll/

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Could Ron Smith have drawn Wolfie Smith? Could he?

Talking about Wolfie Smith has this ever been collected ? This is one of those thrills which heard off but I haven't read it at all. I did not even know that Redondo was the art droid on it

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Btw - Morrison and Taylor’s Great Executions (meg 325-27) is my vote for great neglected Dredd. Has it ever been collected?

It has not been collected so far. The case files are now only entering 2003 territory with no 36 coming up soon.

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