OUT TODAY: 2000 AD Prog 1993
ODY-C artist Christian Ward draws Anderson cover for new series!
3 years ago
Come get your latest ghafflebette Thrill-power fix with 2000 AD Prog 1993!
Another barnstorming thirty-two pages of brainblistering excitement for you, all wrapped in a cover by ODY-C artist and new cover droid Christian Ward.
Alongside the zarjaz drama of Judge Dredd, Scarlet Traces and Outlier, two new series join the line-up this prog — there’s the start of another Tharg's 3riller, this time from Rory McConville and Colin MacNeil, as we enter the head-tripping, explosive world of Mindmine.
Meanwhile, also dealing with the interior of people’s skulls is Psi-Judge Anderson as she’s embroiled in the political machinations of the Mega-City One mayoral election. If you thought twenty-first century campaigns could get down n’ dangerous, you haven’t witnessed anything until you read The Candidate by Emma Beeby and Nick Dyer! If you’ve missed some of Cass’s most recent cases over in the Megazine, then make sure you pick up volume five of The Psi-Files, which is out this month. Featuring work by Alan Grant, Arthur Ranson, Boo Cook, Dave Taylor and more, it’s a psi-chedelic collection starring more giant robots, evil houses and demonic entities than you can shake a Lawgiver at!
2000 AD Prog 1993 is available now in both print and digital from all good newsagents and comic book stores, plus digitally through the zarjaz 2000 AD apps for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices!
Judge Dredd: Ladykiller
by John Wagner (w) Carlos Ezquerra (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Mega-City One, 2138 AD. Home to 72 million citizens, this urban hell is situated along the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America. Crime is rampant, and only the Judges — empowered to dispense instant justice — can stop total anarchy. Toughest of them all is JUDGE DREDD — he is the Law! Now Dredd is determined to find the wanted mass murderer PJ Maybe, who is currently living under the guise of a woman...
Scarlet Traces: Cold War
by Ian Edginton (w) D'Israeli (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
UK, 1968. It is several decades since Mars waged war on Earth, and the major nations have access to Martian-derived technology. Britain, however, is still recovering from Martian bombardment in the 1940s, when much of the south of England was destroyed. This was followed by the arrival in the 1950s of two million Venusians, seeking refuge from Martian occupation. Now, young Venusian Ahron has been picked for a mission...
Tharg's 3rillers: Mindmine
by Rory McConville (w) Colin MacNeil (a) Peter Doherty (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Three episodes, one complete, self-contained story — a condensed hit of super-charged Thrill-power beamed to you directly from the Nerve Centre! Staff Sergeant Osrid Caxon is part of the Marsoldarian Army’s Psychic Explosives Disposal Unit, charged with nullifying the numerous psi-bombs used in conflict. Right now on Kraklet-7, however, an entire city has been comatosed by the opportunistic pirates known as Carasoga...
Outlier: Survivor Guilt
by T C Eglington (w) Karl Richardson (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
Alliance Territory. PI Jared Carcer was hired to look into the murders of salvage ship the Outlier’s crew. The killer was a crew member called Caul, who’d been experimented on by alien race the Hurde, and turned into a vengeful being. Carcer and Caul teamed up to save Caul’s girlfriend Jess Miller and Carcer’s parents from a Hurde ark ship — but Carcer didn’t make it out, and now the Hurde are at war with mankind...
Anderson: Psi Division: The Candidate
by Emma Beeby (w) Nick Dyer (a) Richard Elson (c) Ellie De Ville (l)
Mega-City One, 2138 AD. Psi-Div is a section that specialises in Judges with accentuated psychic talents — from precognition to exorcism, it deals with all manner of unusual crimes. Cassandra Anderson is Justice Department’s top telepath, and has recently taken rookie Psi-Judge Flowers under her wing. A danger pre-cog, who can foresee attacks upon his person, he’s the ideal bodyguard for a political target...