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Messages - skurvy

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Necropolis - Never thought about it before but I agree this is kind of the end of classic Dredd for me too - I more or less bailed on 2000ad once it ended (until the original prog 2000 dragged me back).

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I really meant to vote in all the earlier rounds but didn't keep up with it. So, sorry for just jumping in at the business end but my vote is for The Judge Child.

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Film & TV / Re: Kirkmans Invincible on Amazon Prime
« on: 06 April, 2021, 11:08:56 AM »
I'm liking it too and a Dredd/MC1 series in this style was going around in my head while watching too.

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General / Re: Dredd Epics Ranked - Better! Round 3
« on: 02 March, 2021, 10:44:50 PM »
1. City of the damned
2. Mechanismo
3. Chief Judge’s man

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General / Re: Dredd Epics Ranked - Better! Round 2
« on: 26 February, 2021, 05:01:52 PM »
1. City of the damned
2. Robot wars
3. Chief judges's man

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General / Re: Dredd Epics Ranked - Better! Round 1
« on: 23 February, 2021, 11:20:33 PM »
1. City of the damned
2. Lunar city
3. Chief judge’s man

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I watched the first episode of this last night (on Now tv) and really liked it.

I haven’t read the comic so don’t know how it compares to that but I’ll be watching episode 2 for sure.

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I was going to say Kevin O'Neill and then you posted that. Carlos.

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Henry Flint

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Dave Gibbons.

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Books & Comics / Re: Matt 'the other' Wagner
« on: 08 October, 2020, 12:54:33 PM »
I might join in if that's ok. I love Matt Wagner's work and I haven't read those early Mage comics for years.

Of course thought I need to make clear this is nothing more than Mage reaching the top of my re-read pile and I'll be reading ti and commenting here over the next month or two. The more folks who decide to do the same the better as I love a bit of Matt 'The Other' Wagner chat.

Sure, and it also requires me going into the loft and digging through my long boxes - I'm sure it will be worth it though. I think I have a Terminator one-shot he did up there too.

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Books & Comics / Re: Matt 'the other' Wagner
« on: 07 October, 2020, 01:08:02 PM »
I might join in if that's ok. I love Matt Wagner's work and I haven't read those early Mage comics for years.

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General / Re: Space Spinner 2000AD
« on: 12 June, 2019, 07:01:47 AM »
You could title the Starlord, and inevitable Tornado, podcasts of the future Re:Merge. Because, you know, they both merge with 2000ad.

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Classifieds / Re: Graphic novels for sale - 2000AD and 2000AD related
« on: 04 June, 2019, 08:56:20 PM »
Yep, all of ‘em

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Classifieds / Graphic novels for sale - 2000AD and 2000AD related
« on: 18 May, 2019, 01:41:44 PM »
I'm having a bit of a clear out. Everything listed below is in very good condition. I'll calculate postage at cost and post everything in tough or padded envelopes. Failing that I live in Essex if anyone wants to collect in person. Everything is a first printing and price is £5 each.

2000AD/DC
Red Razors
Devlin Waugh - Red Tide
Devlin Waugh - Swimming in blood
Shimura
Sinister Dexter Slay per view
Sinister Dexter Murder 101
Sinister Dexter Gunshark vacation

Rebellion
The Red Seas - Vol 1 Under the banner of king death
Greysuit - Project monarch
Defoe - 1666
Defoe - Queen of the zombies
Absalom - Ghosts of London
Asylum
Ampney Crucis - Vile bodies
The Bendatti vendetta
Bec and Kawl - Bloody students
Caballistics Inc - Going underground
Caballistics Inc - Creepshow
Leatherjack
Stone Island
Stickleback - England's glory
Sinister Dexter - Money shots
Sinister Dexter - Eurocrash
Savage - Taking liberties
Savage - The guv'nor

2000ad hard covers:
Family
Carver Hale - Twisting the knife
Atavar
The Red Seas - Under the banner of king death
Wardog
Shakara
Lobster Random - No pain, no gain

2000ad soft cover:
Bison

Dark Horse:
The War of the Worlds - Edginton and D'Israeli - Hard cover
Scarlett Traces (book one) - Edginton and D'Israeli - Hard cover
Kingdom of the wicked - Edginton and D'Israeli - Hard cover

Gollancz:
A small killing - Alan Moore
Signal to noise - Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean (signed by both)
Mr Punch - Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean - Hard Cover

Titan:
The Steel Claw - Jesus Blasco and Ken Bulmer
King of Crooks (The Spider) - Jerry Siegel and Ted Cowan

Other stuff
The nap of brown - Glynn Dillion
The return of the dapper men - Jim McCann
Angel Fire - Steve Parkhouse and Chris Blythe





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