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Spoilers => Other Reviews => : sheridan 22 February, 2017, 12:22:12 AM

: 40th Anniversary Special
: sheridan 22 February, 2017, 12:22:12 AM
Great stuff, right from the cover onwards. 

To honour the ruby anniversary, the logo and the red bits of King Carlos' cover have a plasticy sheen to them.  I'm guessing the David Aja variant cover will have the same effect (being mostly black and white except for the red bits on Dredd's helmet)?

T.M.O tells us that all the stories in this special are ruby or red-themed, which leads to a bit of fun waiting for the red to appear (some a little quicker than others).

Into the special itself, and we've got six stories with one page interludes by various artists, just as in Prog 2000.  The first interlude is a nice series of widescreen black and white panels from Jock, depicting a party attended by Dreddworld characters, which leads us to the Dredd tale, Blood.  Fairly standard six-page one-and-done, though has a not-exactly judicial ending...

Rufus Dayglo draws a variety of early 2000AD characters to lead in to a M.A.C.H.1 / Zombo pastiche where the red theme is from Z.O.M.B.O's partner, Tarquin Ruby.

Mark Sexton draws an S.M.S. inspired Mek-Quake (that's what I think, anyway) playing with 2000AD figurines.  I'm thinking of Wash's voice here: "Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!"

This leads in to a nice one-off Ro-Busters story, set in the Starlord / 2000AD and Starlord era where we find out the secret of a well-behaved Ro-Jaws!  Hammerstein's eye glows red when he's angry, and Mr Ten Percent's when he's stressed - the only colour in the six pages.  Over the page Cliff Robinson and Dylan Teague give us a centrespread (which isn't quite in the centre pages) of the Terrameks (and Charlie, and Mek-Quake).

Patrick Goddard takes us to the Doghouse where we're led in to a Durham Red tale (though Alpha features in almost as many panels as Red).  There's a character called Red, there's space vampires and lots of blood as Lauren Beukes and Dale Halvorsen turn in a pretty good story.  Carlos' Durham seems to look quite a bit like Integra Fairbrook in this seven-pager.

Bryan Talbot provides a full-page portrait of Torque for his interlude.

Mills returns for a second story with the tale of how Sláine tried to get in to the Red Branch.  Ties in slightly to the themes that have appeared in the most recent book to appear in the prog, but largely self-contained.  As well as the Red in the title, there's quite a bit of the red juice too, though not how you'd normally expect in a Sláine tale.

Cyber-Matt makes a brave attempt to stick up for the droids who have made 2000AD great over the past 40 years, before being found out by green bonce (this inerlude is from Mike Collins).

Rounding out the special is a Nikolai Dante flashback where Romanov red meets the Faberge Ruby.  A few (non Danteworld) 2000AD characters appear in the first couple of pages but presumably only as fancy dress-wearing partygoers.  Almost a pity, as the Dredd costume looked to have an interesting Imperial Eagle shoulder pad...  A third source of thematic redness appears later in the tale...
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: sheridan 22 February, 2017, 12:27:57 AM
p.s. try going to robusters.com (http://www.robusters.com), as Ro-Jaws suggests in Seeing Red...
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: sheridan 22 February, 2017, 12:30:56 AM
Here's what the cover looks like (though you've probably all seen the ads by now):

(https://images.rebellion.co.uk/productVersion/9b/31/00.large.jpg)
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: sheridan 22 February, 2017, 12:37:11 AM
p.s. try going to robusters.com (http://www.robusters.com), as Ro-Jaws suggests in Seeing Red...

In the course of finding that out, I also found out there's a company called Nantong Robuster Quartz Co Ltd (https://www.linkedin.com/company/nantong-robuster-quartz-co--ltd) who specialise in semiconductors - only a matter of time until the Quartz brothers produce robots :O
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: shaolin_monkey 22 February, 2017, 09:13:18 AM
I'm a bit confused about this.  Is it like a summer special that I have to hunt out at FP, or will subscribers get a copy?
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: IndigoPrime 22 February, 2017, 09:19:12 AM
It's a special.
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: Mattofthespurs 22 February, 2017, 09:31:55 AM
I'm a bit confused about this.  Is it like a summer special that I have to hunt out at FP, or will subscribers get a copy?

I asked the same question not so long ago.
Subscribers will not receive it as part of their sub.
I ordered my two copies, one of each cover, from the tooth web shop.
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: Link Prime 22 February, 2017, 12:22:20 PM
Sounds great, and I can't wait to read it tonight.

NB- Internal "squeeee" moment;


Bryan Talbot provides a full-page portrait of Torque for his interlude.

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: TordelBack 22 February, 2017, 12:25:19 PM
Dagnabbit but this is burning a hole in my bag - I'm trying to be good, trying to save it for a long leisurely soak in the tub (as befits its stature), but I'm just not that strong... a quick lunchtime fumble, I think.
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: Woolly 22 February, 2017, 05:51:46 PM
Well, the pre-ordered Carlos variant failed to arrive through the post... so I bought the other cover at Smiths! No way am I waiting for this prog!

Brilliant prog, and a brilliant idea to make it Ruby themed. Really makes it feel like genuine celebration of a prog, as opposed to 'just' a summer special or something. (Not that summer specials are to be sniffed at, of course.)

Really hope this episode of Zombo isn't a one-off, and leads into the next series!
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: oshii 22 February, 2017, 07:39:41 PM
Bought both covers from the web shop but neither turned up today.

Annoyingly, not only was I in a comic shop at lunchtime (seeing Orbital's 2000AD exhibition, which was good) my local Thrill Power Merchant had it, taunting me from the window.
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: Spikes 22 February, 2017, 09:02:40 PM
Snagged the David Aja variant cover today, which I must admit is the cover I prefer.

A very striking cover indeed. I will be after the Carlos cover as well, but happy to have gotten this one.

Shame there isn't a poster inside - with blank reverse - like Prog 2000, as that made an excellent place to gather signatures.
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: sheridan 23 February, 2017, 12:54:00 AM
Snagged the David Aja variant cover today, which I must admit is the cover I prefer.

A very striking cover indeed. I will be after the Carlos cover as well, but happy to have gotten this one.

Shame there isn't a poster inside - with blank reverse - like Prog 2000, as that made an excellent place to gather signatures.

Bit of a missed opportunity with Cliff Robinson's Terrameks spread - though I still prefer a poster you can see all of without having to rip it out!
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: I, Cosh 23 February, 2017, 09:42:48 AM
Absolutely fantastic stuff. Every story a triumph. Even the linking pages were genuinely funny in places.
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: IndigoPrime 23 February, 2017, 11:01:56 AM
Thought mine had arrived today, but instead I got a replacement for a mangled 2016 special I ordered. Bah. On the plus side, good to see Rebellion's new shop droid's speedy regarding replacements.
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: Prodigal2 23 February, 2017, 11:13:52 AM
Got it and loved it-content, salutes to the past, all of it just struck a lovely note for me.

So worth the dosh. It made me feel warm and emotional.
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: Mattofthespurs 23 February, 2017, 11:51:43 AM
Mine has still yet to arrive despite ordering on the 13th of Feb.

Copies in my local newsie are now starting to mock me  :(
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: sheridan 23 February, 2017, 02:18:13 PM
...and on a sad note - I guess Blood is the story that Steve Dillon would have illustrated.
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: Dandontdare 23 February, 2017, 02:20:27 PM
I was planning to wander into town today to pick this up, but the weather is VILE out there (cheers, Doris) so I ordered it from the 2000ad shop instead!
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: dweezil2 23 February, 2017, 02:48:15 PM
...and on a sad note - I guess Blood is the story that Steve Dillon would have illustrated.

That was my thoughts reading it.  :'(
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: sheridan 23 February, 2017, 03:13:17 PM
I was planning to wander into town today to pick this up, but the weather is VILE out there (cheers, Doris) so I ordered it from the 2000ad shop instead!

As the headlines said, it is indeed Doris Day!
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: Mattofthespurs 23 February, 2017, 05:23:53 PM
Woo-hoo!
Ordered on the 13th of Feb and have a dispatch notice today.
So excited to receive these a week later than everyone else.

I heartily recommend the web shop.

No, really.

 :|
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: Mattofthespurs 23 February, 2017, 05:24:27 PM
I was planning to wander into town today to pick this up, but the weather is VILE out there (cheers, Doris) so I ordered it from the 2000ad shop instead!

You might get it for the 41st anniversary at this rate.
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: oshii 23 February, 2017, 07:34:34 PM
Nowt from the postie here today either.

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: Apestrife 23 February, 2017, 09:05:28 PM
Z.O.M.B.O alone was worth the admission. Lovely little go at Grant Morrison :)

With Al saying in an interview he'd be up for more as long as Henry got the time for it, I'm hoping  :D

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: Colin YNWA 23 February, 2017, 09:43:23 PM
With Al saying in an interview he'd be up for more as long as Henry got the time for it, I'm hoping  :D

Yeah just hope they can get this fitted into schedules. It would be fantastic to have more.
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: user2000 24 February, 2017, 04:17:35 PM
No special prog for me that I paid £1.67 to have delivered when I could have got it quicker at the shops.

This is getting a bit annoying now, although obviously this prog hasn't arrived purely because it was only posted on Wednesday, but my normal prog usually doesn't arrive until Monday or even Tuesday now - I'd say one in every four comes on the Saturday like it used to.

Not just the prog though, some of my other mags seem to take longer than they used to - no point complaining to the Royal Mail though, last time they told me that the sender has to put the complaint in.

Anyway, my sub is not up until August or so, but I cannot see me resubscribing this time if this doesn't improve - Saturday prog is the big draw for me.  May as well get it at the shops on the Wednesday or go digital.
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: sheridan 24 February, 2017, 07:00:11 PM
This is getting a bit annoying now, although obviously this prog hasn't arrived purely because it was only posted on Wednesday, but my normal prog usually doesn't arrive until Monday or even Tuesday now - I'd say one in every four comes on the Saturday like it used to.

Not just the prog though, some of my other mags seem to take longer than they used to - no point complaining to the Royal Mail though, last time they told me that the sender has to put the complaint in.

At work I've noticed RM service go downhill drastically in the past few years.  I'm in an office in Central London, so theoretically if a privatised Royal Mail / Post Office is going to prioritise anybody then it's going to be the business customer, but regularly we're getting stuff (1st and 2nd class) that was posted a week earlier.

I've also had the problem with complaints where the sender is the only person they listen to - which didn't help me when my local council sent me a final demand for council tax (all previous demands had been 'delivered' somewhere else - I never did find out where).
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: DrJomster 24 February, 2017, 11:02:58 PM
Really enjoyed this! A lovely treat celebrating the big 4-0 with no mean amount of fun nostalgia to wallow in. Hard to pick out a favourite, but I might give a special mention to the almost Python-esque competition in Slaine. Excellent work, those droids!

In fact, excellent work all round!
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: Richard 24 February, 2017, 11:28:12 PM
I thought it was brilliant.

I was a bit dubious when I read in the Megazine that two people I'd never heard of before had been let loose on Durham Red, but I needn't have worried. It read exactly like an old-school thrill by Wagner and Grant themselves, and I hope it leads to a new series.

And I liked the interview with John Probe.
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: Jacqusie 25 February, 2017, 12:33:43 AM
Mine came today and the Carlos cover is indeed mighty - much better in the flesh - a bold thing of substance which feels like 40 years gone by.  :thumbsup:

The Dante story is sublime and one wonders if this is just a one off, or we might see some more flash back tales in the future as we continue to wonder what happened next...
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: Mattofthespurs 25 February, 2017, 09:31:42 AM
No anniversary special for me today but I did get the prog.
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: user2000 25 February, 2017, 01:21:34 PM
No anniversary special for me today but I did get the prog.

LOL, I got the special but no prog  ::)
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: sheridan 26 February, 2017, 02:29:37 AM
Of the strips appearing, I'm happy to see more
On the flip side, I'd rather not see any more:
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: sheridan 26 February, 2017, 02:30:38 AM
And I liked the interview with John Probe.

Must have missed the Probe interview?
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: Richard 26 February, 2017, 04:16:03 PM
John Probe is MACH One.

The Guardian did this article on the 40th anniversary:
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/feb/26/forty-years-of-2000ad-looking-back-on-the-future-of-comic-books?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
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: sheridan 26 February, 2017, 04:20:20 PM
John Probe is MACH One.

I was thinking of the mini-insert bit with creator interviews.
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: Spikes 26 February, 2017, 04:59:53 PM
The Carlos cover has proved impossible to track down in the Grimsby/Cleethorpes conurbation, so online ordering it is then.

Looks to have sold out on the 2000ad shop?
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: Mardroid 28 February, 2017, 02:52:30 AM
Cover - Lovely. (I bought the Carlos Ezquerra one.)

I loved having the little gag 'tween' strips. Very amusing. The second one before Zombo with that chap being interviewed and sitting on the Zombo lookalike's lap (actually was that the Visible man?)  kind of went over my head. I'm assuming this is a character (Mach ...?) before my time in the prog.

Judge Dredd - Okay story, although quite linear. Nice art.

Zombo - This strip isn't usually my cup of tea, but I liked this one. Again the gag at the end flew over my head as I think it featured a character before my time.

Ro-Busters - The story was simple, amusing, but okay. The art was lovely. I really liked the lead-in one pager by TMO, and Mark Sexton.

Giant Robots two-page Spread - I don't remember those characters (apart from Mek-Quake at the bottom. Just shows how big the others actually are when you consider how dwarfed he is here in his kill-dozer mode), but it's a cracking picture.

Durham Red - Highlight of the strip in my opinion. Great twisty story and nice Ezquerra art. When I found out there wasn't a Strontium Dog story in the prog*, I'll admit I mentally questioned Johnny being on the front cover. (I kind of like my covers to have something to do with the contents, unless it's a big 'loads of characters included' crowd scene.) It turns out Johnny features a lot in this story though, so fair enough. In fact, it wouldn't be out of place as a Strontium Dog story, despite it being very much dominated by Durham Red. Its fitting she is the title character for this story, though, the conniving minx. She really owns it.

Slaine - Of the two Pat Mills stories, this is my favourite. That's unusual as I usually much prefer modern Ro-Busters/ABC Warriors to modern Slaine, but this was such an entertaining story. It was so very silly and twisted, but not in a bad way. Funny stuff, if rather warped (no pun intended). I wonder how Calad fared as a member of the Red Branch though. Did Cathbad magically reconnect his bits, I wonder? I seem to remember the name 'Cathbad' from mythology, which is nice.

The lead in strip before Nikolai Dante - are they suggesting Tharg and Burt were having an affair in the broom cupboard, or do I have a filthy mind?

Nikolai Dante - A great little one-off. I liked the 'sort of cameos' of other characters. I appreciate the storyline is over, but I probably wouldn't mind more if they had a good idea. The idea mentioned in the Primer of a story based on other characters in that world might be a better route to go though.

*Entitled 'Strontium Dog', I mean. The Durham Red strip does actually feature two dogs, but you know what I mean.
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: Magnetica 28 February, 2017, 07:27:43 AM

When I found out there wasn't a Strontium Dog story in the prog*, I'll admit I mentally questioned Johnny being on the front cover. (I kind of like my covers to have something to do with the contents, unless it's a big 'loads of characters included' crowd scene.)

I guess the thing about it is, it is the 40th Anniversary special and I think it is fair to say Strontium Dog is 2000AD's 2nd best well know strip, so given that I think it is perfectly reasonable for him to be on the cover. And Carlos is probably 2000AD's best loved artist and these are "his" two main 2000AD characters...so of course they are going to feature on the cover...I would have thought...
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: Spaceghost 28 February, 2017, 08:06:42 AM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?
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: sheridan 28 February, 2017, 09:30:07 AM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

I'll try to remember next time I go to my local comic shop (which does mail order).
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: Mattofthespurs 28 February, 2017, 10:44:36 AM
Still no sign of my two copies.  :(
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: Link Prime 28 February, 2017, 11:08:40 AM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Great to hear that this has been a deserved success.
Sold like hot cakes in my LCS in Dublin. They have no Ezquerra covers left, just a few Aja.
They deliver to the UK if you're interested. Email; info@thebigbang.ie

Regardless, hope you manage to get a copy Lee.
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: dweezil2 28 February, 2017, 11:10:00 AM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

You could give Big Bang Comics a ring, they had some according to their Twitter feed!

http://thebigbang.ie
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: Mardroid 28 February, 2017, 11:44:32 AM

When I found out there wasn't a Strontium Dog story in the prog*, I'll admit I mentally questioned Johnny being on the front cover. (I kind of like my covers to have something to do with the contents, unless it's a big 'loads of characters included' crowd scene.)


I guess the thing about it is, it is the 40th Anniversary special and I think it is fair to say Strontium Dog is 2000AD's 2nd best well know strip, so given that I think it is perfectly reasonable for him to be on the cover. And Carlos is probably 2000AD's best loved artist and these are "his" two main 2000AD characters...so of course they are going to feature on the cover...I would have thought...

Reasonable sure. You make a good point. I was just expressing a personal preference e that I prefer characters on the cover to be in that prog.

Well turns out Johnny Alpha was, anyway, (albeit another strip) so it worked out anyway.

If he wasn't, it still wouldn't have been a big deal. It's a smashing picture!
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: dweezil2 28 February, 2017, 02:47:27 PM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

Both covers back in stock in the 2000AD online store!  :)
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: Spaceghost 28 February, 2017, 03:09:28 PM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

Both covers back in stock in the 2000AD online store!  :)

Woohoo! Thanks peeps. Just ordered the King Carlos cover.
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: sheridan 28 February, 2017, 07:07:21 PM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

I'll try to remember next time I go to my local comic shop (which does mail order).

I asked them and they've sold out - sorry!
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: lincnashOZ 28 February, 2017, 11:19:42 PM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

Both covers back in stock in the 2000AD online store!  :)
Awesome !, thank you so much for the heads up.
Didn't have the funds to pre-order and totally forgot about the 40th Special.
Earlier this week, sold out and scalpers asking 13-15 squid + postage on EvilPay.
Ordered A + B and Thrill Power Overload as postage to OZ was so cheap.  :D
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: JayzusB.Christ 01 March, 2017, 10:03:59 AM
Great stuff all round.  The perfect special, in fact - I haven't enjoyed a prog this much since the millennium prog and its 2001 follow-up (not quite sure what to call them, now there's a real prog 2001 and 2002).  I loved the TMO interludes too. And I only read the Tharg intro after I read the strips - the realisation that there was a ruby theme led me to read the whole thing again.

Lauren Beukes got Johnny and Red's characters down perfectly - I'd be delighted to see her do more.  (Also, it's amazing to see the former sausage-party that was the Nerve Centre finally getting some talented female droids in.)

Dante was great, though I wouldn't like to see too many flashback stories. 

Sláine - well, not awful, but I really think it's time he retired.  Ro-Busters was enjoyable stuff though.

Zombo, though I never quite got into it before, was excellent - just the right amount of gentle progstalgia piss-taking. 


Z.O.M.B.O alone was worth the admission. Lovely little go at Grant Morrison :)

That completely went over my head - was it the homeopathy bit?  I love Morrison, me, but he doesn't half talk some gubbins sometimes.
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: Mattofthespurs 01 March, 2017, 10:10:54 AM
Both of mine arrived this morning and the issue is a delight from start to finish.
Not much else to say really.
Well worth the wait.  :D
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: dweezil2 01 March, 2017, 10:48:29 AM
Can't find this anywhere in Leeds and it's sold out in the 2000 AD shop too.

Hope I haven't missed out. Anyone know of a way to get hold of one?

Both covers back in stock in the 2000AD online store!  :)
Awesome !, thank you so much for the heads up.
Didn't have the funds to pre-order and totally forgot about the 40th Special.
Earlier this week, sold out and scalpers asking 13-15 squid + postage on EvilPay.
Ordered A + B and Thrill Power Overload as postage to OZ was so cheap.  :D


You're both welcome Spaceghost and lincnashOZ!  :)
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: sheridan 06 March, 2017, 01:55:50 PM
For those who haven't managed to bag a copy yet: it's gone to reprint (http://www.2000adonline.com/post/1522) (with new variant covers, one by Jock)!
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: jannerboyuk 06 March, 2017, 08:26:17 PM
Just ordered the signed jock variant from fp  :D
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: Tjm86 06 March, 2017, 08:32:12 PM
Ditto.  Only time I'm tempted by variant covers.   ::)
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: Mattofthespurs 07 March, 2017, 06:57:35 AM
Ordered here too.
Looks gorgeous.
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: Fungus 07 March, 2017, 09:52:32 AM
A fantastic issue, the Mills strips were extremely throwaway but the rest, and interludey pages - were perfect. Highlights be8ng Zombo and Dante (which I'd never read. One day).
More entertaining than Prog 2000, well done   :P
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: O Lucky Stevie! 12 April, 2017, 10:01:22 AM
Carlos cover here in Oz (finally!).

So when's the next 40th anniversary special 'cos Stevie desparately need to kno what happens next in Z.O.M.B.O.
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: Echidna 12 April, 2017, 01:01:43 PM
Yeah I'd love to see some more Zombo. Z.O.M.B.0 was a hoot, probably the highlight of the prog for me.

I got the 2nd print from the Leicester Forbidden Planet (the Aja cover; the staff didn't seem to know about the Jock exclusive - is it online only?) to go with the Ezquerra version. I'm not normally one of those suckers who buys variant covers but I made an exception for this and Prog 2000. And the 2015 xmas special. And Prog 1335... I guess I am one of those suckers, aren't I?
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: I, Cosh 12 April, 2017, 01:05:44 PM
... I guess I am one of those suckers, aren't I?
Nah. You'd have both versions of Prog 1476 if you were one of those...
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: Tjm86 12 April, 2017, 01:53:34 PM
Plus the subscribers double covered version .... or multiple copies of the Cursed Earth Saga, Apocalypse War or Day the Law died.   ::)