2000 AD Prog 2000 out this Wednesday!

Landmark issue hits newsstand and digital on 28 September

3 years ago

Comic book superstars Brian Bolland, Mick McMahon, Dave Gibbons, and Kevin O’Neill are set to return to the pages of the legendary 2000 AD for its 2,000th issue!

Europe’s longest running sci-fi action comic reaches its landmark 2,000th issue on Wednesday 28 September and some of the most prominent creators ever to grace its pages have returned for a 48-page celebration bonanza, including Bolland (Batman: The Killing Joke), McMahon (The Last American), Gibbons (Watchmen), and O’Neill (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), as well as a brand new series by Peter Milligan (X-Statix) and a poster featuring specially commissioned artwork.

2000 AD Prog 2000 is out on Wednesday 28 September from all good newsagents and comic book stores, as well as digitally from 2000 AD's webshop and apps for Apple, Android, and Windows 10

Order the Cliff Robinson variant of 2000 AD Prog 2000

Order the Chris Burnham variant of 2000 AD Prog 2000

First hitting the racks in 1977, the cult UK sci-fi anthology title quickly became a globally influential bestseller, launching the careers of some of the industry’s most famous talents and proving instrumental in shaping contemporary comics.

Comic book stores using Diamond will also be able to take advantage of a buy-one-get-one-free offer to double their offering for what will be a highly sought after issue.

The incredible line-up for Prog 2000 includes:

  • A special one-off Judge Dredd story from creators John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra
  • Pat Mills and Kevin O’Neill reunite for a special Nemesis the Warlock story
  • Psi-Judge Anderson has another psychic case from Alan Grant and David Roach
  • Sinister Dexter hit the road, courtesy of Dan Abnett and Mark Sexton
  • A mysterious prisoner has a tale to tell in Rogue Trooper: Ghosts of Nu Earth by Gordon Rennie and Richard Elson
  • Brand-new identity-theft thriller Counterfeit Girl by Peter Milligan and Rufus Dayglo debuts.
  • Plus, interlude pages from Brian Bolland, Mick McMahon, Dave Gibbons, Robin Smith, and more.