REBELLION / 2000AD
2000 AD OCT 2020 PROG PACK #1
Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! Judge Dredd deals with the aftermath of the Four Horseman as a chaotic city picks up the pieces in "Carry the Nine"; Stickleback fights for the soul of London in "New Jerusalem"; there's horror below the waves in the new supernatural series by Alec Worley and Leigh Gallagher; Nolan Blake goes on the run with a targeted pop star in Skip Tracer: "Hyperballad"; and Celtic warrior Slaine tames dragons in "The Web of Weird"!
DRACULA FILES GN
KGB officer Colonel Stakis desperately hunts for Count Dracula, who is spreading terror in 1980s Britain after escaping from behind the Iron Curtain. Blending Cold War paranoia with horror staples, Gerry Finley-Day and Eric Bradbury's strip overcame sustained attempts at censorship to become one of the most popular strips in the 1980s' best horror comics.
JUDGE DREDD COMPLETE CASE FILES TP #35
The floating multi-story metropolis of illegal delights known as "Sin City" has anchored outside Mega-City One, and Dredd has seemingly been sent aboard to keep what order can be kept on a lawless floating city. His real task? Locate Ula Danser, the De-Megification terrorist determined to destroy the Mega-Cities at any cost! Features action-packed stories from some of 2000 AD's very best, including Cam Kennedy (Judge Dredd), Ian Gibson (Halo Jones) and Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog).
JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #425
More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The incredible line-up that began in the 30th anniversary issue continues: John Wagner and Colin MacNeil tackle the America legacy; Ken Niemand and Dave Taylor delve into corruption in high places in Dreddverse reimagining "Megatropolis"; Judge Death is revered in "Deliverance" by David Hine and Nick Percival; the Judges make their presence felt in "Dreadnoughts" by Mike Carroll and John Higgins; and The Returners are drawn to a strange house in Brit-Cit in "Heartswood" by Si Spencer and Nicolo Assirelli! Plus in the bagged mini-trade, there's more terror and strangeness from the world of Bob Byrne!
THIRTEENTH FLOOR TP #2
Black Mirror meets The Twilight Zone in this darkly comical second volume of the archive series reprinting the creepy horror comic! The Thirteenth Floor exists in Maxwell Tower, an experimental tower block run by an A.I. called Max who looks after his tenants and take revenge on those who threaten them by sending them to The Thirteenth Floor, a place where nightmare and reality become one!