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Announcements / 2000 AD ART STARS – enter now!
« on: 09 May, 2018, 09:54:07 PM »
Some of the biggest artists in comic books got their break at the legendary award-winning 2000 AD – and you could be joining them! CBR has the announcement: https://www.cbr.com/2000-ad-judge-dredd-art-competition/

Our new art competition - 2000 AD Art Stars - is your chance to get into the pages of 2000 AD AND get paid for it!

Star Scans have been a staple of 2000 AD since its earliest days: single-image pin-ups of the greatest characters in the galaxy, from Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog to Dan Dare and Rogue Trooper, drawn by some of the best artists in comics from Brian Bolland and Dave Gibbons to Jock and Liam Sharp!

Every four months, we’re giving artistic Earthlets the chance to submit Star Scan pin-ups based on 2000 AD characters – and the winner, chosen by the editorial team at 2000 AD, will be published in a future edition of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic. PLUS they’ll be paid for their art!

Each four months we’ll announce a new theme and Earthlets can submit their art direct to the editorial droids. Our editor will choose their favourite image for publication. Plus, a runner up will be chosen by public vote and receive zarjaz 2000 AD graphic novels! This is your chance to follow in the footsteps of some of comics’ greatest artistic talents and, who knows, maybe break into the industry yourself!


To submit your Judge Dredd-themed 2000 AD Art Star entry now, email the artwork as a 300dpi jpg image (no bigger than 10mb in size) to 2000adartcomp@gmail.com
Entries are open until 9th September 2018. Terms and conditions apply.

Follow the competition as we feature selected entries on 2000 AD’s social media at:

Instagram: instagram.com/2000adartcomp
Facebook: facebook.com/2000adartcomp
Twitter: twitter.com/2000AD
Tumblr: 2000ADonline.tumblr.com

Terms and Conditions:
All entries will be judged by editorial staff at 2000 AD. The judges’ decision is final.
The winning entry will be published as a ‘Star Scan’ in a forthcoming edition of 2000 AD, the date to be decided by editorial.
In order for their entry to be published in 2000 AD and to receive payment, the winner must sign a standard contract with 2000 AD/Rebellion.
Entries may be selected to feature on 2000 AD's social media accounts with due named credit.
Non-winning entries will not be used by 2000 AD and will be deleted from Rebellion's servers as soon as a winner is chosen (selected images will remain on social media but can be removed upon request). Artwork remains the property of artists but copyright of characters remains with Rebellion.
Entries not fitting the relevant quarter's theme will not be considered.
Entries will not be considered from professionals currently or previously working in the comic book industry, as adjudicated by 2000 AD.

Announcements / 2000 AD - The Ultimate Collection
« on: 27 February, 2017, 06:03:27 PM »
After the huge success of Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection, we're delighted to tip you off you that Hachette Partworks is to trial a new collection bringing together stories from 40 years of 2000 AD.

You may well see or hear about test volumes appear in newsagents in certain parts of the country over the next month. These tests are being done to see if a series would work and, if the test is successful, there'll be a big national launch at a later date - just like there was with the Mega Collection.

This is very exciting for us as the Mega Collection has been hugely positive for 2000 AD and we want that success to continue.

We appreciate every fan's interest in ensuring these tests are successful - WE want them to be successful too, but we also appreciate Hachette's concerns that people rushing into the test areas and bulk buying copies will skew their numbers and could put the viability of a national launch at risk. We and Hachette don't publicise these tests for that very reason.

At the same time, we know you'll want to get your hands on what promise to be rather tasty new hardcover editions. If you’re desperate to get a copy of one of the books and you find yourself NOT in a test area, please send me your name and address through this forum, we’ll see about getting you a sample copy from Hachette (dependant on supplies).

The series website is now live at www.2000adcollection.com if you want to see how the collection might take shape if it does launch nationally.

This is yet more great news for 2000 AD in its 40th anniversary year and we know we can count on your support if the collection gets the go ahead!

Announcements / New high quality 2000 AD t-shirts, polo shirts & hoodies!
« on: 22 February, 2017, 12:37:24 PM »
As we celebrate 2000 AD's 40th birthday, we're very pleased to unveil a zarjaz new range of high quality range T-shirts, polo shirts, and hoodies


Announcements / New vid series: From the Drawing Board
« on: 18 January, 2017, 07:01:23 PM »
For four decades, 2000 AD has been bringing you the galaxy's greatest stories from the world's best creators - its mix of action, humour, satire, and in-your-face storytelling has made it the award-winning, critically-acclaimed, globally-influencing comic it is today.

But what goes into creating your weekly Thrills? How do artists go from script to finished page?

In the first of a brand new vid series, we meet the artists behind 2000 AD and get to watch them in action as they craft brand new Thrills for the Galaxy's Greatest Comic!

Discover the process behind some of the best art in comics with FROM THE DRAWING BOARD!

In this episode, artist Leigh Gallagher takes us through his creation of the cover to 2000 AD Prog 2015 - out on 25th February - for his series with Ian Edginton, Kingmaker!


General / 'Get well soon' messages to Peter Doherty
« on: 05 December, 2016, 07:51:05 PM »
For those of you who haven't heard, artist Peter Doherty has been very seriously ill in hospital since 23 November. Originally thought to be suffering a heart attack, Peter was diagnosed with a torn aorta and underwent major surgery. After a number of days under sedation he's now awake again but will be in hospital for a while yet.

We're putting together a card for Peter from the droids in the 2000 AD Command Module, but we'd also like to include messages from his fans on the forum.

So if you'd like to send him best wishes or a 'get well soon' message, please leave it on this thread and when we send the card we'll print them off and include them so that Peter can see just how many people are wishing him a speedy recovery.



General / Shop contact details
« on: 30 September, 2016, 12:10:35 PM »
If you are a subscriber or have ordered items from our online shop and have encountered a problem, you can contact us on

shop@2000adonline.com and subshelp@2000adonline.com


01865 797 022 (overseas subscribers dial 0044-1865-797-022)

and the new PICKL-Z droid will be delighted to help you!

Announcements / Grab a bargain in the 2000 AD £1 sale!
« on: 02 September, 2016, 12:37:14 PM »
From Roman gladiators to Nazi vampires, from drowned worlds to swashbuckling pirates - there are Thrill-powered bargains to be had in the 2000 AD £1 comic and graphic novel sale! http://www.2000adonline.com/post/754

You have until next Wednesday to dive in!

Announcements / 2000 AD announces Prog 2000 signings in UK, Ireland, US!
« on: 26 August, 2016, 05:25:04 PM »

As it prepares to celebrate its 2,000th issue, 2000 AD is delighted to announce a special Prog 2000 Signing Day!

To mark 2,000 issues of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic there will be signings across the globe with some of the comics’ top creators, from Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner and legendary artists such as Mick McMahon, Colin MacNeil, Boo Cook, and Steve Yeowell to newer creators such as Leah Moore, John Reppion, Leigh Gallagher, and Tom Foster!

There are also international signings in Dublin and Los Angeles to mark this milestone issue, which hits stores on 28th September.

When: Saturday 1st October at 1pm
Where: London, Eastbourne, Shrewsbury, Manchester, Edinburgh, Dublin, and Los Angeles

2000 AD Prog 2000 promises to be a landmark issue for the UK’s longest running SF comic, with comic book superstars Brian Bolland, Mick McMahon,  Dave Gibbons, and Kevin O’Neill set to return to its pages for the first time in years for a 48-page celebration bonanza!

The full list of signings:

1 Berwick Street, London W1
Peter Milligan, Rufus Dayglo

179 Shaftsbury Avenue, London WC2
Clint Langley, Alec Worley, Ben Willsher, Rob Williams, Frazer Irving

Unit N, The Enterprise Shopping Centre, Station Roundabout, Eastbourne BN21
Chris Weston, Mike McMahon, Tom Eglington, Boo Cook, Simon Davis

Unit 25 Middle Mall, Charles Darwin Shopping Centre, Shrewsbury SY1
John Wagner, Ian Edginton, Phil Winslade

4 Dale Street, Manchester M1
Steve Yeowell, Andy Diggle, Leah Moore, John Reppion, Leigh Gallagher

128 Princes Street, Edinburgh EH2
Alan Grant, Tom Foster, Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby, Colin MacNeil

Dundrum Town Centre, Sandyford Rd, Dundrum, Dublin
Michael Carroll, Eoin Coveney

7522 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046, United States
Chris Burnham

Bolland (Batman: The Killing Joke), McMahon (The Last American),  Gibbons (Watchmen), and O’Neill (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) are just some of the incredible talent to return for Prog 2000, which will feature the first sequential comics work by Bolland for 2000 AD since 1987, as well as a brand new series by Peter Milligan (X-Statix, Hellblazer) and a poster featuring specially commissioned artwork.

First hitting the racks in 1977, the cult UK sci-fi anthology title quickly became a globally influential bestseller, launching the careers of some of the industry’s most famous talents and proving instrumental in shaping contemporary comics.

Prog 2000 will be available with three variant covers – newsstand customers will be able to choose between covers by Cliff Robinson and Chris Burnham, while a special Glenn Fabry wraparound cover will be exclusively available through comic book stores via Diamond Distribution.

Comic book stores using Diamond will also be able to take advantage of a buy-one-get-one-free offer to double their offering for what will be a highly sought after issue.

The incredible line-up for Prog 2000 includes:
•   A special one-off Judge Dredd story from creators John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra
•   Pat Mills and Kevin O’Neill reunite for a special Nemesis the Warlock story
•   Psi-Judge Anderson has another psychic case from Alan Grant and David Roach
•   Sinister Dexter hit the road, courtesy of Dan Abnett and Mark Sexton
•   A mysterious prisoner has a tale to tell in Rogue Trooper: Ghosts of Nu Earth by Gordon Rennie and Richard Elson
•   Brand-new identity-theft thriller Counterfeit Girl by Peter Milligan and Rufus Dayglo debuts.
•   Plus, interlude pages from Brian Bolland, Mick McMahon, Dave Gibbons, Robin Smith, and more.

2000 AD Prog 2000 will be available from UK comic book stores and newsagents on 28 September, as well as from North American comic book stores via Diamond Distribution, and in print and digital from the 2000 AD online shop and apps.

I'm delighted to announce that our very own Pete Wells is bringing his 2000 AD Covers Uncovered blog to 2000ADonline.com. Each week he'll do what he does so very well - go behind the scenes on the latest 2000 AD and Megazine covers, and regale us with the very worst puns imaginable (which I'm told *very occasionally* make Tharg green(er) with envy!)

Here's his first post, and what a corker http://www.2000adonline.com/post/522

Announcements / Possible delays in orders from webshop
« on: 09 June, 2016, 03:17:28 PM »
Just a heads-up for everyone: current high sales volumes may lead to some delays in shipping orders from the webshop, though staff are working hard to make sure that these are short as possible.

Website and Forum / ThryllSeekyr
« on: 27 May, 2016, 10:18:11 AM »
Just so that you're all aware, 'ThryllSeekyr' has now been permanently banned from this forum for repeatingly ignoring warnings over sexist and offensive posts, as well as sending abusive PM messages to other users.

Last year, thanks to our dedicated fans, missing episodes of the long-running Judge Dredd stories from The Daily Star newspaper were unearthed so that they could be included in The Daily Dredds Volume 1, making it the first ever truly complete collection of these fascinating and entertaining strips.

2000 AD's reprographics droids are now busy working on a second volume of The Daily Dredds - and they once again need the help of fans to track down two missing episodes from a later story.

The Sheriff of Festering Hole ran for 57 episodes (numbered from #1373 to #1429) in the Daily Star from 30th July 1990 to 3rd October 1990, written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Mike Collins.

However, so far they have been unable to find good copies of the episodes numbered #1415 and #1416.

Any Earthlets who have access to either scans or good/excellent physical copies of these two missing episodes should contact 2000 AD by e-mailing press@rebellion.co.uk

The Daily Star strip, which ran for around 2,980 episodes from 1981 until 1998, went further than merely compressing existing stories from the weekly anthology comic - it was responsible for fleshing out many of the aspects of Dredd’s world mentioned in 2000 AD.  It was written by co-creator John Wagner and writing partner Alan Grant, while fan favourite artist Ron Smith produced the vast bulk of the strip, though later contributors included Ian Gibson, Barry Kitson, Steve Dillon, and Mike Collins.


Announcements / 2000 AD Free Comic Book Day signing 2016
« on: 14 March, 2016, 12:01:46 PM »
We're very pleased to announce the 2000 AD signing for Free Comic Book Day 2016 with be on 7th May at Orbital Comics in London. Henry Flint, Matt Smith, Dani K, Hannah Berry, and Alec Worley are confirmed but with further guests to be announced!

General / London Super Comic Con
« on: 22 February, 2016, 10:47:21 AM »
A quick thanks to all the squaxx who came along to the booth at London Super Comic Con at the weekend to pick up some Thrills!

Announcements / No 2000 AD for Free Comic Book Day 2016
« on: 06 November, 2015, 12:29:15 PM »
You may have seen the report today that unfortunately, after several very successful years, 2000 AD has not been chosen to participate in the Free Comic Book Day event in 2016.

We just issued the following statement:

“2000 AD is very proud of the success of our FCBD issue, which saw orders grow in huge jumps every single year, exceeding 60,000 units in 2015. We value FCBD, and the effort Diamond and the retailers put into making the day so successful, for the opportunity to support comic book stores, reach out to new audiences both within and beyond the UK, and to give something extra to readers. As such, we have proudly and routinely commissioned original content from top flight talent for our FCBD issues and increased the page count to a hefty 48 pages.

“It is therefore very disappointing to not be taking part in the 2016 event, particularly since we were so excited about including work by such huge talents as Eric Powell, Joelle Jones, and Laura and Mike Allred.

“We don’t want to keep that from our readers, so we have therefore taken the decision to still bring this amazing work out in May 2016 in a new Summer Special issue, full details of which will be forthcoming.

“Meanwhile we hope readers and retailers who are disappointed not to be able to pick up a 2000 AD FCBD issue next year will give their support to us and the Summer Special. We very much hope to be back in FCBD in 2017 and will be working hard for that to happen.”

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