Home News From The 'Verse The Pull List: 2000AD (Weds 9th September 2015)

logo - 2000AD2000AD Releases: Wednesday 9th September 2015

Each week, we take a look at the forthcoming 2000AD titles available in stores, giving you a comprehensive guide to your comics pull list.

Monday morning blues? Heading out to the comic book shop this lunchtime this week? Well, thankfully, there’s a new Prog of 2000AD awaiting you on Wednesday and ready to wrap you up in its warm and tender embrace. And nibble on your ear. Possibly with the intention of chewing it off and spitting it out. You like it rough, you know you do.

There’s a couple of arcs that come to their conclusion this issue: Rob WilliamsHenry Flint, and Annie Parkhouse‘s Judge Dredd: Enceladus: Old Life wraps up its time in the cold; and Tharg’s 3rillers: Apocalypse Anonymous by Robert Murphy, Sean O’Connor, Abigail Ryder, and Annie Parkhouse comes to an equally explosive conclusion. Meanwhile, the issue features another one of Kek-W, Dave Kendall, and Ellie De Ville‘s delightfully disturbing Dark Judges shorts, Dreams Of Deadworld – this one has Mortis playing the perfect dinner host. A toast, anybody?

Enjoy.


 

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2000AD PROG 1947

featuring:

Judge Dredd: Enceladus: Old Life by Rob Williams. Henry Flint, and Annie Parkhouse

The Alienist: The Haunting of Hex House by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby, Eoin Coveney, and Simon Bowland

Tharg’s 3rillers: Apocalypse Anonymous by Robert Murphy, Sean O’Connor, Abigail Ryder, and Annie Parkhouse

Grey Area: Feeding Frenzy by Dan Abnett, Mark Harrison, and Ellie De Ville.

Dreams Of Deadworld by Kek-W, Dave Kendall and Ellie De Ville

UK Release / Digital: 7th September (£2.45), Diamond Code: [—]

US Release: TBD ($2.99)

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