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General / Re: SEPTEMBER ART COMP - 40 YEARS OF FUTURE SHOCKS
« on: 18 September, 2017, 09:14:51 pm »
 Adrian Bamforth's own nice ass entry here: "The Exclamation Mark Killer"


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General / Re: SEPTEMBER ART COMP - 40 YEARS OF FUTURE SHOCKS
« on: 13 September, 2017, 09:46:35 pm »
I'm working on something - however, it's about Future Shocks in general rather than one specific one, still acceptable?

Yeah why not

I'd like to enter (although I'll almost certainly run out of time!) but the sheer scope of the subject is a bit bewildering.

I'm pretty sure it's not quite "people are too stupefied by choice to enter" lol - I think perhaps we're just naturally winding down here. Perhaps we'll make it a bit less regular in 2018!

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Creative Common / Re: My newish Webcomic
« on: 13 September, 2017, 09:41:20 pm »
Pledged ;)

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General / Re: SEPTEMBER ART COMP - 40 YEARS OF FUTURE SHOCKS
« on: 10 September, 2017, 10:32:23 pm »
*BUMP*

Over a week in and nowt?!  :-\

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General / SEPTEMBER ART COMP - 40 YEARS OF FUTURE SHOCKS
« on: 02 September, 2017, 09:15:47 am »
Last month marked the 40th anniversary of the FIRST EVER Future Shock - !

So this month I want you to pay tribute to your favourite episode - the most astonishing twist, the most bewildering setting - there are nearly 500 of these little self-contained stories peppered throughout the progs from no. 25 right til the present day. Which one stands out for you? Which was your first? Which chilled you to the core or made you laugh the most? GET DRAWING!

As ever, Barney has your memories ON FILE: http://2000ad.org/?zone=thrill&page=profiles&Comic=2000AD&choice=future

There will be a GN straight from the nerve centre for the winner of course, and one for Tharg's Choice -  - all entries will be viewable here, on our dedicated FB page, and also on the official 2000 AD Tumblr and Twitter!

Rules for the art comp are these:

- It must fit the theme.

- You can enter as many times as you like but bear in mind it will split your vote so it may not be worth it.

- All entries have to be constructed specifically for this competition - so nothing you've done for anything else.

- You can enter either here or by directly putting it on our FB wall here: https://www.facebook.com/2000adartcomp/

YOU HAVE UNTIL SEPTEMBER THE 24th WHEN WE SHALL CUNNINGLY SUBVERT THE VOTING TROPE

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General / AUGUST ART COMP - RESULTS THREAD
« on: 02 September, 2017, 12:51:20 am »
THE MOST HONORABLE MENTIONS POSITION FOR MOST HONOURABLE MENTIONS - ALAN BYROM


THIRD PLACE - IAMTHESYSTEM


SECOND PLACE - JAMES NEWELL


FIRST PLACE - LEIGH SHEPHERD


THARG'S CHOICE goes to ALLISTERMAC



NEW THEME ARRIVING IN THE MORNING!!!

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We began with Ed Sheeran but we ended with MASTODON (both guitarists anyhow)



A great final episode really with some genuinely unexpected twists I really didn't see the death of Littlefinger comin' and some of that weird lollygagging the thought of all the Dany gang just... kicking their heels in the arena waiting for Tyrion to come back was hilariously clunky.

Well - a truly mixed seventh season - sacrificing some of the meat and brutal randomness but exchanging it for satisfying thread-tethering and closing character arcs. Well it still made for riveting telly despite the narrative shark jumpery - ROLL ON THE FINAL SEASON!

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Off Topic / Re: Life's so drokking fantastic because (the rebirth)
« on: 28 August, 2017, 12:33:50 pm »
...Because my youngest, the appropriately nick-named ‘Nano-bolt’ has just scored a spot at a selective grammar school for ‘A’ levels, after five years of home-schooling.

And she is also ‘very’ likely to be a red-shirt at this years Thought Bubble.

Right now, I’m a very proud Squaxx.

Congrats Bolt :D She's a geeeen-yus!

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General / AUGUST ART COMP - VOTING THREAD
« on: 28 August, 2017, 01:09:36 am »
Please vote for one FIRST, one SECOND and one THIRD - first will get 3 points, second 2 and third 1 point.

The vote is decided by total points accumulated overall. You can honourably mention up to five other entries and these HMs are used to decide on tied scores (and will get a special mention at the end) so use them wisely and be aware that saying "all other entries" won't be counted. The deadline is midnight GMT on Friday 1st September.

Alan Byrom - Meltdown Man


Albion - Massimo's Mac Mac


Allistermac - Bad Jack Keller


Bolt-01 - Blackhawk


IAMTHESYSTEM - Inferno


James Newell - Design Your Own Alien!


Leigh S - Tribute to Massimo


Tulio Vilela - Future Shocks



YOU HAVE 'TIL FRIDAY!

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Film Discussion / Re: Judge Blankface.
« on: 24 August, 2017, 11:47:02 pm »
Cheers Colin ;) Logged into Tumblr randomly and found I had 64 notes for that Lemmy one  :o

Now... Judge Ren Höek for Beeks


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Books & Comics / Re: The Zarjaz, Dogbreath & FQP comics thread
« on: 23 August, 2017, 09:15:16 pm »
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Well I've always wanted to draw comics. My first published work I believe was in Futurequake. I've had a few in there along with a couple of stories in Dogbreath. Can't thank those guys enough. Futurequake gives aspiring writers and artists a platform to show their work. I can't recommend them enough to anyone wanting a chance to showcase their work. Brilliant comics. I've also had work published in 100% Biodegradable. Again, these guys are awesome for anyone interested in working in comics. British small press is where loads of professionals get the start they need.

Ditto - lovely words and well deserved. It's almost as if the small press ISN'T destroying comics ;)

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The part with them getting trapped on the incredibly convenient frozen island was borderline Peter Jackson Hobbit trilogy ridiculous, as was 'Gendry, you're the fastest'. The completely out of the blue arrival of Benjen was the icing on the silliness cake, and even the B story with Sansa and Arya is hard to take seriously.

How strange - I was just comparing the two today. Yeah I totally agree with you Radiator it's jumped a shark this series no mistake.

Also -

One of my favourite characters of late. He's got no real idea what's going on, and is taking it all on faith... just like we are.

 :lol: :lol:

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General / Re: AUGUST ART COMP - MASSIMO BELARDINELLI
« on: 19 August, 2017, 12:10:22 pm »
As long as the entry is done specifically for the competition you're welcome to share it wherever - the more promotion the better ;)

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Film & TV / Re: The Trailer Thread
« on: 18 August, 2017, 11:35:28 pm »
How about Armando Iannucci's  The Death of Stalin

https://youtu.be/ukJ5dMYx2no

How about ABSOLUTELYYES


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