OUT NOW: 2000 AD Prog 2123

The latest issue of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic includes a zarjaz Judge Dredd strip, new stories for Kingmaker and Survival Geeks, and even more explosive Grey Area action!

3 months ago

Welcome, Thrill-hungry humanoids, to the weekly wonder that is the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic!

2000 AD Prog 2123 is out now!

This issue sees a zarjaz new line-up commence in the shape of the second series of Kingmaker, a rip-roaring role-playing adventure for the Survival Geeks, and a complete Mega-City thriller featuring 22nd-century cop Judge Dredd!

Add to that the beginning of the climactic arc for Grey Area and you’ve got yourself another awe-inspiring package of cosmic excellence!

2000 AD Prog 2123 is out now from all good newsagents and comic book stores, plus digitally from our webshop and apps! Don't forget that if you buy an issue of 2000 AD in the first week of its release then postage in the UK is free!

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Cover by Leigh Gallagher


By Rory McConville (w) Jake Lynch (a) John Charles (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)

Mega-City One, 2141 AD. Home to over 130 million citizens, this urban hell is situated along  the  east  coast  of  post-apocalyptic  North  America. The  populace  is  crammed  into  vast  city  blocks,  and  unemployment  is  rife,  boredom  universal,  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!


Gordon Rennie & Emma Beeby (w) Neil Googe (a) Gary Caldwell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)

Somewhere  in  the  outer  limits  of  space/time,  plunging  through  the  planes  of  reality,  is  what  looks  like  a  regular  suburban  two-up  two-down,  but  it  is  in  fact  powered  by  misfiring  transdimensional  technology.  Inside  live  sci-fi  obsessives  Clive,  Rufus  and  Simon, plus reluctant housemate Sam and pet Cthulhu Howard: explorers on the edge of beyond, they’re never far from trouble on the worlds they visit. Now, tensions are rising within the group, but Clive has invention that may help them pull together...


Ian Edginton (w) Leigh Gallagher (a) Ellie De Ville (l)

The people of the Nine Kingdoms may have defeated Ichnar the Wraith King to live in relative peace and harmony, but they hadn’t reckoned on the Thorn — a race of aliens that occupied their world, destroying those that stood in their way. Recruiting the locals to aid their Shrike troopers, the Thorn

are hunting down all those with magical abilities, a  power  they’ve  been  strip-mining  for  their  own  ends.  Wizard  Ablard,  ork  Crixus  and  dryad Princess Yarrow believe they may have the means to stop them... 


Dan Abnett (w) Mark Harrison (a) Ellie De Ville (l)

The mid 21st century. Earth has a heavily armed defence network, and any ET arrivals are housed in the Exo Segregation Zone, known as the GREY AREA, which is policed by squads of Exo Transfer Control officers like Adam Bulliet and his team — wife Birdy, linguist  Kymn,  weapons  expert  Feo,  and  alien  transfer  Resting  Bitch  Face.  Kymn  and  Bitch, thought KIA, were actually seconded to a black-ops unit led by an insane bigot named Grell. It’s believed he’s going to disrupt the immient Congruence talks...