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Prog 2280 - High-Octane Sci-Fi Action!

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Bad City Blue:
Is Chris Wildgoose anything to do with Dylan Teague? I ask because the name "Teague" is the only one written on a block.

nxylas:

--- Quote from: Jacqusie on 04 May, 2022, 07:49:55 PM ---I know I'll get hammered for this, but I still think in these days of needing every galactic groat and all that, I'm paying £5 for something that I don't want and won't read.

This issue is great... for kids. The stories are aimed at this audience (7-12 year olds?) and fair play 2000AD for supplying a comic for them that's bright and zany and wacky like the Beano or Whizzer & Chips.

I would just like to opt out of them please.

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I'm guessing the strategy is to hook in younger readers and have them graduate to the regular prog. I don't know whether it's working, but the fact that a number of strips have started out in Regened and then transferred to the main comic suggests that it is. In which case, I see it as a price worth paying to ensure that the GGC has a future.

broodblik:

--- Quote from: Bad City Blue on 05 May, 2022, 10:18:57 AM ---Is Chris Wildgoose anything to do with Dylan Teague? I ask because the name "Teague" is the only one written on a block.

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Here is his website: http://christianwildgoose.blogspot.com/

Proudhuff:

--- Quote from: Jacqusie on 04 May, 2022, 07:49:55 PM ---I know I'll get hammered for this, but I still think in these days of needing every galactic groat and all that, I'm paying £5 for something that I don't want and won't read.

This issue is great... for kids. The stories are aimed at this audience (7-12 year olds?) and fair play 2000AD for supplying a comic for them that's bright and zany and wacky like the Beano or Whizzer & Chips.

I would just like to opt out of them please.

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So are you a subbie or completist? Otherwise there's always the option to just say no.

broodblik:
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