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Hope it eases off and you get relief, just about to send the next thrillpack!

General / Re: FFT - ROUND of 16 - The Out vs Brink - Heat 02
« on: Today at 04:07:35 PM »


Nikolai Dante.

General / Re: FFT Round 5 Round-Up
« on: Today at 04:06:15 PM »
That diagram is a feast for the eyes.   I'd forgotten Savage was originally drawn by Charlie Adlard - shame he's disappeared from the prog; hope he's done well for himself since.

Keep an eye open for ‘Damn Them All’, Charlie’s first major strip work since the other thing finished (I think) — coming from BOOM, written by fellow 2000AD alumnus Si Spurrier and lettered by some hack. ;-)

Sounds good!

Prog / Re: Prog 2295 - Burns Black
« on: Today at 03:59:47 PM »
Cover by INJ Culbard.

Dredd - Naked Lunch. A literal sausage-fest of mega proportions. Militant meat heads are foiled by everyone’s favourite psychic, Moe Hallam and her ability to see people naked. Very funny episode and proof positive that knob jokes are still relevant in the modern age. Highlight of the Prog!

Skip Tracer - Valhalla, Part Nine. That’s right, part nine damn you! Nolan Blake kills some fools and then comes face to face with the Devil, because why not? I enjoyed the bit right at the end when it said Skip Tracer returns in two weeks time! which means I get a week off from it. I’m being churlish!

Brink - Mercury Retrograde, Part Twenty Four. Not being a fan I had low expectations with this double episode finale but I’m glad to be proven wrong. It’s a great ending that really didn’t need 23 episodes of build-up, IMO.

Jaegir - Ferox, Part Five. Jaegir just continues to be excellent. Great colouring that really lifts the already stunning artwork. Quality!

There’s a letters page.


This^^^ sums it up nicely for me too.

Megazine / Re: Meg 446: Royal Blood
« on: 04 August, 2022, 11:44:53 AM »
My copy of this still hasn't arrived yet. Anyone else's issue not shown up?

Nothing at Huff Mansions...

I'm happy with that

The best of Bad Company (the first two series) is better than the best of Red Seas. But taken as a whole, Red Seas is consistent and a great romp, coming together wonderfully in collected form. Kano (if we are counting that) was OK, but for me it’s then been rapidly diminishing returns. So I’m going for Red seas.


General / Re: Forum’s Fav Thrill - Low Life vs. The Out Rd 5 Heat 8
« on: 04 August, 2022, 11:35:50 AM »
The Out is very pretty and is a nice salute to Halo, but Low Life has a host of great characters and digs deep into the Dreddverse rather than wandering aimlessly through the Universe so...

 Low Life

I have more problems with the original Fiends myself and much prefer the new take on it... VC has a lot of loverly nostalgia swarming around it and some cracking art, there's only one way to settle this: FIGHT!

Fiends it is.

like choosing between between sticking pins in yer arse or in yer eye...

Feral and Foe if it will make SinDex stop.

I can't remember the other one... so its Meltdown Man it is, what a finish!

General / Re: Sideshow Vote II: You have been judged
« on: 03 August, 2022, 02:49:55 PM »
The Dark Judges are a low point in the Prog for me, the y should all be encased in Boing and left.

So a second vote for Sneezy.

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