Indigo Prime returns - next Prog!

Their reality-bending agents keep the multiverse ticking over, but following the Christhulhu event, in which Major Arcana forced the Lanzer Corporation into the open, IP’s HQ is breaking apart...

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"Space gods! Beings from some higher order of existence: vast, monstrous, unknowable...
"Has this one fallen from grace? Been cast out by its own kind?"

The custodians of the multiverse are back - INDIGO PRIME returns in 2000 AD Prog 2139, out on 10th July!

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, following the Christhulhu event, in which Major Arcana forced the Lanzer Corporation into the open, IP’s HQ is breaking apart...

The new series by writer Kek-W, artist Lee Carter, and letterer Ellie De Ville kicks off in the next issue of 2000 AD, available from all good newsagents and comic book stores, as well as digitally from 2000 AD's webshop and apps!

NEW SERIES PRIMER: PREVIOUSLY ON INDIGO PRIME!

Run by Clive Vista and Major Arcana, Indigo Prime is a company that manages the multiverse, its teams of Imagineers, Seamsters, Glancers, Sceneshifters and more – all recuited post-death – responsible for the infinite number of parallel realities. Danny Redman – an ex-squaddie, who recently joined the company – was partnered with caveman Unthur Dak, and tasked with giving dying Nazi Viktor Schröder a last tour through history. However, upon witnessing the Crucifixion, Schröder set his guides up and replaced Christ with the Christhulhu, thereby causing a massive disturbance in space/time that immediately sent all of IP’s Imagineers into toxic psychic shock, including Redman.

To pull them out, operatives Dak, James Jinks, William Burroughs and Dr Hawley Crippen were sent into the psychosphere, wading through their haunted unconscious minds, aided by witch-boy Revere to save Redman from supervillain The Nihilist, who had taken up residence in Redman’s head. Meanwhile, it’s revealed that Arcana was double-crossing Schröder to bring the Lanzer Corporation and the Atheist Terrorist League into the open, who were seeking access to IP’s data-core while building monsters for the highest bidder.

Vista shut down the ATL’s attack, while Redman – who discovers that he’s been meme-wiped by Arcana and exploited – and the others violently wake up, causing all manner of strange side-effects. The IP HQ starts to come apart from the strain, and other entities have fixed their sights on it. Time to abandon ship, and Doc Cotton is heading for operative Jerry Foundation’s recently removed universe skin as an escape route...