The advance information for 2000 AD’s comics for May 2019 has been released – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg three months from now!

April’s issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine are now available to order from comic book stores in the latest issue of Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is available from 27th February.

2000 AD PROGS 2129-2133

2129 on sale 1 May 2019
2130 on sale 8 May 2019
2131 on sale 15 May 2019
2132 on sale 22 May 2019
2133 on sale 29 May 2019

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2000 AD has a bumper all-ages takeover issue with Prog 2130 – for one week, the title is 48 pages and contains an array of complete stories suitable for all ages!

It’s a titanic face-off in Cadet Dredd vs Grudzilla by Chris Weston; Rogue Trooper is imprisoned by the Norts in ‘Secrets of the Keep’ by Cavan Scott and Nick Roche; Psi-Judge Anderson enters a dangerous videogame in ‘Spellcraft’ by Alec Worley and Babs Tarr; meet the teenage intergalactic bounty hunter and her family in Full Tilt Boogie by Alex De Campi and Eduardo Ocana; schooldays turn anarchic in the Future Shock ‘That Weird Kid’ by Karl Stock and Brett Parson; and Leah Moore and John Reppion bring a chilling tale of the supernatural. Plus in the regular issues, there’s fantasy adventure in Kingmaker: Ouroboros by Ian Edginton and Leigh Gallagher, Mega-City mayhem in Max Normal by Guy Adams and Dan Cornwell, Martian war in Scarlet Traces: Home Front by Ian Edginton and D’Israeli, and Judge Dredd tackles organised crime in ‘The Fall of Barbarbara Grimm’ by Mike Carroll and Nick Dyer!

32pp, weekly, £2.85 (Prog 2130 48pp, £4.99)


#408 on sale 15 May 2019

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More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! Dredd partners up with a paranoid ex-Judge to escape murderous Cursed Earth mutants in ‘The Crazy’ by Kenneth Niemand and Nick Dyer; the fate of Dominion hangs in the balance in ‘The Torture Garden’ by David Hine and Nick Percival; the SJS roll into Badrock in Lawless: ‘Ashes to Ashes’ by Dan Abnett and Phil Winslade; there’s another trip to the Black Museum as Henry Dubble recounts a cautionary tale of perp-smugglers in ‘Just Business’ by Rory McConville and Neil Googe; and Psi-Judge Lillian Storm battles a killer in the final part of Storm Warning: Green and Pleasant Land by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Tom Foster. Plus interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, the first half of epic space saga Mind Wars by Alan Hebden and Jesus Redondo, ripped from the pages of Starlord!

64pp (+ bagged 64pp graphic novel), monthly, £5.99