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Prog / Sinister Dexter
« on: 23 November, 2010, 12:03:51 PM »
Sin Dex has picked up a bit with this latest series, I think because Abnett has pulled back a bit from the main characters to bring in the police and the city as a whole.

But I'm left puzzled by one thing:

Why exactly do Sinister and Dexter want Moses Tanenbaum not to be mayor so badly? I understand that they hate him as an individual, but surely as a gang boss he's much like any other - maybe a bit meaner, but no less likely to keep the gun shark business booming. I think I've never really got how the politics of Downlode work, and while this used to not matter when the strip was just guns 'n puns and rotating artists, now I feel like I'm supposed to care, but I just don't.

Welcome to the board / Dipping my toes in
« on: 20 September, 2010, 03:05:11 PM »
Hi there all

I've been a member of these boards for really a lot of years now, but it's only since the demise of 2000AD Review that I think it's time I embraced the idea of regularly reading the threads and posting here. So this is me saying hello.

I thought 2000 AD and the Meg were addictive enough in themselves, but apparently I need my online community thrill-fix as well!

Books & Comics / Best Prog ever
« on: 06 April, 2006, 05:48:00 PM »
I know it's hardly scientific, but has anyone with the relevant maths and internet know-how worked out which single Prog of 2000 AD is officially the best? Based, of course, on the voting system here on this site. I'm thinking that there must be a few progs where the average across the covers and all strips inside is an 8, at least. There's a page listing all the best/worst covers by votes; could this be extended to an entire issue?

I reckon it'll be somewhere in the mid-300s, myself.

Links / Is this art?
« on: 30 January, 2003, 04:23:08 PM »
Hi. I don't know the ettiquette of this, but can I plug my own webpage here? At the moment, I guess it will only appeal to 2000 AD fans, but what else is worth obssessing over?

So anyway, I vandalised a host of back progs, and you can see the semi-artistic results. Go to:

It's fun. Or you could just rack your brains for where they came from. Click on the Frosty to let me know what you all think...

Link: www.propertwisted.com/frosty" target="_blank">www.propertwisted.com/frosty

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