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REVIEW: Future Shock! The Story Of 2000 AD (DVD)

Studio: Metrodome
Director: Paul Goodwin
Producers: Sean Hogan, Helen Mullane

Featuring: Karl Urban (Dredd), Neil Gaiman (The Sandman), Paul Gravett (Comic Book Historian), Pat Mills (ABC Warriors, Slaine), Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd), Matt Smith (2000 AD Editor) and Dave Gibbons (The Watchmen).

Extras include:

94 PAGE PDF 2000AD
ORIGINS E-COMIC 10 First Episodes from some of 2000 AD’s Greatest Characters! Including: Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, Slaine, Nemesis The Warlock, Strontium Dog, Halo Jones, Nikolai Dante, A.B.C Warriors, Kingdom, Shakara.

Running Time: 106 Minutes
Release Date: OUT NOW!

Price: £7.99/ £3.49 Amazon Instant Video. Also available VOD: iTunes, Google, PlayStation Store, XBox Video and Sky Store.
http://futureshock2000ad.com/index.html

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REVIEW Ro-Busters: The Complete Nuts and Bolts Vol.1

Publisher: 2000 AD
Writers: Pat Mills, Chris Lowder, Bill Henry, V Gross
Artists: Carlos Pino, Jose Luis Ferrer, Dave Gibbons, Kevin O’Neil, Ian Kennedy, Mike Dorey
Release date: 8 October 2015

Price: £25.00

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REVIEW 2000 AD Prog #1934

Publisher: 2000 AD
Writers: Michael Carroll, Gordon Rennie, Pat Mills, Ian Edginton,
Artists: Colin MacNeil, Tiernen Trevallion, Simon Davis, D’Israeli
Editor: Thurg
Release date: £2.45/$2.99 (USA)
Price: 10 June 2015/10 July 2015

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REVIEW 2000 AD Prog 1928

Writers: Rob Williams, Arthur Wyatt, Pat Mills, Dan Abnett and John Wagner
Artists: Henry Flint, Jake Lynch, Simon Davis, Mark Harrison and Carlos Ezquerra
Cover artist: Mark Harrison
Colourist: Henry Flint, Jake Lynch, Simon Davis, Mark Harrison and Carlos Ezquerra
Release date: April 27, 2015 (UK); May 27,2015 (USA)
Price: £2.75 (UK); $2.99 (USA)

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Simon Bisley returns to 2000 AD this week!

30th ANNIVERSARY SEES CLASSIC SLÁINE MOMENTS REVISITED

Industry legend Simon Bisley returns to 2000 AD this week for a special one-off episode of the strip that catapulted him to international fame in the 1980s – Sláine.

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