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General / Re: Wagner Dredd missing from trades
« on: 31 July, 2022, 03:40:43 AM »
Thanks for the heads up on a few of those stories--I'll have to track down that Meg with the Block Judge reprint. Specific Mega Collection books are kind of hard to track down here in Oz.

Shame that the Maybe ones might stay in obscurity until the Case Files catch up to them in 10 years.

General / Wagner Dredd missing from trades
« on: 29 July, 2022, 07:13:44 AM »
Hey all, doing my once-every-five-years post here.

Having followed the PJ Maybe story for several decades, I'm surprised to see the end of it never got released in a book (like pretty much every other Wagner Dredd has been). Having dropped the prog some years ago, I'm finding these stories hard to find.

In fact there are a few gaps from around this time. From Barney:

Mega-City Confidential 5 episodes (Progs 1874 to 1878) 30 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Colin MacNeil, Letters: Annie Parkhouse

Block Judge 10 episodes (Progs 1900 to 1909) 61 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Carlos Ezquerra, Letters: Annie Parkhouse

Serial Serial 5 episodes (Progs 1950 to 1954) 30 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Colin MacNeil, Colour: Chris Blythe, Letters: Annie Parkhouse

Terror Rising 3 episodes (Megs 365 to 367) 30 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Colin MacNeil,

Ladykiller 8 episodes (Progs 1991 to 1998) 48 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Carlos Ezquerra, Letters: Annie Parkhouse

Is there any reason why these might never have been reprinted? Wagner, Ezquerra, MacNeil, all good stuff. Gimme a book!

Classifieds / 2014 AD progs on eBay
« on: 27 October, 2020, 11:02:21 AM »
Hey folks,

Bit of a lurker/lapsed squaxx here -- I dip in and out of the prog these days, and haven't posted on here for ohhhh, fifteen years.

I'm clearing out some old progs on eBay, at what I think are pretty bargain prices. Starting with the entirety of 2014:


Note that I'm in Australia, so a) I'll probably only post locally, and b) I'd love to sell more but I'm not allowed out of Melbourne right now. Will get more up over the summer!

Splundig etc!
I'll have more over the summer when I'm allowed to go

Classifieds / Re: FOR SALE: 2000AD progs, March 2010 - Dec 2011.
« on: 19 December, 2011, 07:34:28 PM »
I've now listed this on eBay, starting at 60 quid:


Classifieds / FOR SALE: 2000AD progs, March 2010 - Dec 2011.
« on: 17 December, 2011, 07:06:30 PM »
Location: Edinburgh
Price: Cover price on these is about 180 quid, but make an offer.

I'm in the process of shifting my life from Scotland back to Australia, which, unfortunately for me, means offloading the last two years worth of progs.

What I've got is everything from Prog 1676 (March 2010) right up to Prog 1763 (last week) - that's 89 progs, including the massive end-of-year prog 2010. I've also got assorted JD Megazines, a few Clints, Dodgem Logic, etc. (and my girlfriend's Vogues, if you're that way inclined).

There's some great stuff in there for someone who's been out of the fold lately, including two Zombo stories, Ichabod Azrael, Damnation Station, some great Dante, Savage, Strontium Dog: The Life and Death of Johnny Alpha, Kingdom, Dandridge, Absolam... and a whole lot more.

Everything is in the condition it was in when it came out of the subscription envelope, so almost all as-new.

I'm in Edinburgh, I don't have transport, so pick up (between now and December 30th) would be ideal. Open to offers for the lot, folks!

General / Re: Mega-City Masters 02
« on: 19 January, 2011, 10:00:54 PM »
Thanks Dash!

Well - that's a pretty poor selection. Skip!

General / Mega-City Masters 02
« on: 18 January, 2011, 10:04:58 PM »
Dear Hivemind,

It's been... 2 years since my last post.

I've just bought Megacity Masters 01 as a birthday present to myself and I'm enjoying the hell out of it. Some of this annual stuff I've never seen before, and some of the prog 400ish stuff I must have forgotten, but its bloody great.

Has anyone got a copy of the second one, and if so, whats in it?

News / Re: New Dredd Movie 'News'
« on: 30 May, 2009, 01:59:18 PM »
Quote from: "Mogradjinn"
According to Jock (artist on Andy Diggle's the Losers, amongst other things) on Twitter:

"On train back from london. Had a meeting with DNA films about the Dredd movie... Went GREAT. Chatted for hours with writer Alex Garland, producer Andrew McDonald and head of fx Michael Elson. Read the script. Colour this Dredd fan happy....okay, VERY happy...."

That sounds fucking excellent.

Garland wrote 28 days Later, which is enough for me. Clearly not too original, but as a loose adaptation of The Day of the Triffids with zombies its fantastic.

Film & TV / Re: New Doctor Who companion named
« on: 30 May, 2009, 01:03:29 PM »
She's a babe.

...and wtf?! how is casting geeky-looking Matt Smith "designed to appeal to the teenage Twilight audience"??

Announcements / Re: Judge Dredd Movie is Green Lit!
« on: 15 January, 2009, 07:05:01 AM »
Just thought I'd pop in and defend the beauty of Helena Bonham Carter. She is lovely.

that is all.

Prog / Re: A message from the writer of STALAG 666
« on: 27 October, 2008, 10:31:46 AM »
As an infrequent boarder here the controversy over Stalag 666 has completely slipped me by, but I have to say that any overt negativity directed at this story leaves me baffled. It's a solid genre piece, not exactly original, but entirely readable and very old-school 2000AD, and I've been reading it first or second most weeks. The idea that someone should feel *that* strongly about it is (as others have already said) mental, pathetic, saddening and hilarious all at the same time.

I'm an aspiring tooth writer myself, and with a few rejections under my belt I can't imagine what that guy would send *me* through the post.

Film & TV / Re: S**T Movies
« on: 28 September, 2008, 08:16:32 AM »
White Chicks. I don't know what I expected, but this film offended me with its shittiness.

Scary Movie II. One of the only films I've never bothered to finish.

Crash. WTF is this? This won best picture? This really sets me right fucking off.

Film & TV / Re: Top 100 Movies of the 2000AD forums!
« on: 26 September, 2008, 05:55:07 AM »
i'll have a go at that:

The Wicker Man (1973)
The Shining
Children of Men
Don't Look Now
Rosemary's Baby
Picnic at Hanging Rock
A Clockwork Orange
Mad Max
Sunset Boulevard
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

Books & Comics / Re: Women comic creators
« on: 09 September, 2008, 04:26:24 AM »
I'd love to see what some female blood could bring 2000AD (apart from Zippy Couriers). Even if 2000AD has quite a good range of strong female characters (cass anderson, halo jones, jena makarov, aimee nixon, hershey off the top of my head), SF as a whole is still such a testosterone-fuelled genre.

Each week when I see an exciting, vibrant cover on 2000AD (or not, as the case may be) my girlfriend sees men dressed as pirates hitting each other really hard with the butts of their guns.  The times she has taken notice of the covers are recent Megs with Tank Girl by Rufus Dayglo, Cass Anderson by Brendan McCarthy and Treasure Steel by Lee Garbett.

There's always Pia Guerra on Y: The Last Man and Doctor Who: The Forgotten, and Leah Moore.  Neither of which I know much about.  :?:

General / Re: Scariest 2000ad stories ever?
« on: 04 September, 2008, 04:31:17 AM »
I'd nominate something from about prog 1025, one of the first progs I picked up as a wee one.  It was a 'Vector 13' about a man being stalked by his own voice on the telephone, with lovely bluey-yellowy art by Sean Phillips (I think).  A lot of those early V13s gave me the willies when I was about 10.

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