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Go behind-the-scenes on the comic of the future with 2000 AD's award-winning podcast!

Every two weeks, listen to interviews with top creators and famous fans about the art, writing, and history of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic - plus find out what's coming up from the legendary home of Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, ABC Warriors, Sláine and so much more! A fascinating delve into the workings of one of the most influential comics of all time, that continues to soar into the stratosphere every week!

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EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS

John Wagner

In a three-part interview, the co-creator of Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Button Man, and so much more chats about his life and career spanning more than 40 years of British comics. It’s hard to overstate John’s impact on the industry and his fascinating stories are a real treat for the ears!

LISTEN TO PART ONE  |  PART TWO  |  PART THREE

Mick McMahon

A seminal Judge Dredd artist and a towering figure in British comics, Mick is a remarkably humble and down-to-earth artist who is responsible for the 'big boots' look of Dredd's outfit as well as many iconic covers and key moments for the future's greatest lawman. He also brought a unique look to Sláine and Ro-Busters before going on to co-create the incredible The Last American.

LISTEN TO PART ONE  |  PART TWO

Ben Wheatley

The acclaimed director behind Sightseers, Kill List, A Field in England, and High Rise discusses his love of 2000 AD and the influence the Galaxy's Greatest Comic has had on his work. Insight and laughs aplenty as he talks about his films, his memories and the impact of reading 2000 AD classics, and his current work with one of the all-time legends of 2000 AD.

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Ian Rankin

He's the multi-award-winning author of the Rebus crime novels who has sold more than 20 million books worldwide - and a huge comics fan: crime writer Ian Rankin talks about his passion for comics and the influence they've had on his life and work - from Rebus' very comic book-sounding name to why he wishes he'd become a science-fiction writer to how comics are the 'missing link' in childhood literacy.

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