OUT NOW: 2000 AD Prog 2051
From political hot potatoes to dimensional warping and firefights galore - the zarjaz line-up from the latest 'jumping on' Prog continues!
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Welcome to your latest salvo of scintillating sci-fi and fantasy, continuing the line-up of on-going stories from the ghafflebette 'jumping on' issue of Prog 2050!
Whether you’re new to the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, a returning Squaxx Dek Thargo, or a loyal reader - you’ll find within the Thrillpacked pages of Prog 2051 some of the finest script and art droids this side of the known universe!
We've got everything in this week's Prog from political hot potatoes in Judge Dredd to dimension-warping trouble in Indigo Prime, tricky jobs for Sinister Dexter and stone foes in Sláine, to an unfair firefight in Grey Area!
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Judge Dredd: Icon
by TC Eglington (w) Colin MacNeil (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Mega-City One, 2139 AD. Home to over 72 million citizens, this urban hell is situated along the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America. Unemployment is rife, and crime is rampant. Only the Judges — empowered to dispense instant justice — can stop total anarchy. Toughest of them all is JUDGE DREDD — he is the Law! Now, a Chaos Day memorial statue is being built, and certain individuals are capitalising on the unrest...
by Pat Mills (w) Simon Davis (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
Albion. Celtic warrior SLÁINE united the tribes of the Earth Goddess and became the first High King of Ireland, but is now a wanderer. Having journeyed to Monadh to rescue Sinead from the Drune Lords, he’s discovered that they have been experimenting on their own creations, much to the displeasure of the Cyths’ jailer, the Archon Yaldabaoth. Now, the Archon has awoken and unleashed his army of stone warriors...
Indigo Prime: A Dying Art
by John Smith (w) Lee Carter (a) Simon Bowland (l)
The multiverse. There are an infinite number of parallel realities, and all need managing in case of dimensional instability. This is where INDIGO PRIME comes in, the multiverse’s troubleshooters, whose agents — recruited post-death — are trained to deal with space/time catastrophes. Now, the majority of IP’s Imagineers have been sent into psychic toxic shock following the Christhulhu event...
Sinister Dexter: Snake-Skinned
by Dan Abnett (w) Jake Lynch (a) John Charles (c) Ellie De Ville (l)
Gun-sharks Finnigan SINISTER and Ramone DEXTER are the best hitmen money can buy in the future city of Downlode. Having spent the last year offworld hunting for Holy Moses Tanenbaum, a ganglord from an alternate dimension whose presence threatened the fabric of reality, they’ve returned home, and are getting back to business. But whacking Tanenbaum has reset the continuum, meaning no one knows who they are...
Grey Area: Homeland Security
by Dan Abnett (w) Mark Harrison (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
The mid 21st century. Earth has a heavily armed defence network, and any ETs arriving on the planet are housed in the Exo Segregation Zone, known as the GREY AREA, which is policed by squads of Exo Transfer Control officers like Captain Adam Bulliet and his team — wife Birdy, linguist Kymn, weapons expert Feo, and alien transfer Resting Bitch Face. Now, they must head into the Red Zone in Old Kuwait to stop hostile forces...