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General / Re: New 2000AD Binding from Prog 1
« Last post by glassstanley on Today at 02:48:48 pm »
Not sure where you’re looking, but If it’s the thing above the Ninth Doctor’s head then it’s a bookmark!
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Announcements / Re: 2000 AD - The Ultimate Collection
« Last post by Tomwe on Today at 02:28:50 pm »
On Facebook Des Doyle asks:
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In this weeks Prog it's advertised that Shakara is out now but it isn't right?? It should be out next week with the Mega Collection?? Something seems to have gone askew with the marketing of these volumes as opposed to their actual release dates - can you clarify?
…and the answer clears up what happened there, if not why.
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2000 AD Hachette's decision to put The Horned God on sale for an extra week took place after the recent issues had been sent to print, so there was nothing we could do about the adverts. It's sorted for future issues though.
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General / Re: New 2000AD Binding from Prog 1
« Last post by EddieHitler on Today at 02:09:33 pm »

Um......eh.......ah......Matty-e are those Viagra tablets in the bottom right hand corner.  I only know what they look like because I have seen pictures of them on the internet!! lol
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General / Re: New 2000AD Binding from Prog 1
« Last post by glassstanley on Today at 01:54:59 pm »
Top shelf of bindings - blue = Star Lord; green = Tornado; black = Scream (it can sit there until I get around to the new Eagle); light blue = Dice Man; yellow = Crisis; tall, thin red volumes - Sci Fi SPecials too tall to be bound in with the Progs;

Second shelf down - red volumes with black lettering = Megazine;

Third shelf down - Purple - Judge Dredd: Lawman of the Future.

Since I've had them bound, I've been reading them more than I used to - definitely worth the cost for that reason alone.

Now I need to pluck up the strength to stop buying the Rebellion trades & sell off my older GN collections. Keep telling myself there's no need to keep them now, but that cursed collector gene says otherwise...
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Should of also said 'Make me an offer?'
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General / Re: New 2000AD Binding from Prog 1
« Last post by glassstanley on Today at 01:46:57 pm »


Excuse the messy shelves. Here's what my 2000ad bound collection currently looks like, with another 24 volumes at the binders...
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Classifieds / Martin Barker - Comics Ideology Power & the Critics
« Last post by EddieHitler on Today at 01:44:10 pm »
Hello

I have a copy for sale if anyone is interested?

It's in okay condition with a mild crease to the front cover, and I think to the top corner(?) and some fading to the cover and spine.

Many thanks
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Announcements / Re: 2000 AD - The Ultimate Collection
« Last post by The Monarch on Today at 01:43:00 pm »
isn't big dave legit owned my the creators because fleetway wanted nothing to do with it?
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Film & TV / Re: GOTHAM.
« Last post by Professor Bear on Today at 01:40:22 pm »
The Batman version of Ivy is actually pretty interesting before she becomes the usual screeching supervillain: an underage hacktivist who catfishes older men into committing acts of terrorism.
Again: this was in a kids' cartoon.
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Film & TV / Re: GOTHAM.
« Last post by JamesC on Today at 01:10:06 pm »
Ivy is one of the absolute worst Batman characters whatever way you look at it. The only reason she gets so much mileage is that certain artists like drawing pictures of nearly-nude women and certain readers like looking at them. 
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