2000 AD Prog 2274 is out now! Featuring more new Judge Dredd, Proteus Vex, Kingmaker, Brink, and Fiends of the Eastern Front!

PROG 2274 out now

BORAG THUNGG, EARTHLETS – Prog 2274 is OUT NOW!

Lots to engage your Thrill-circuits at the moment, Terrans, not least this ghafflebette prog, which features the final part of the Proteus Vex thriller Desire Paths alongside the latest instalments of Judge Dredd, Fiends of the Eastern Front, Brink and Kingmaker.

Coming up over the weekend of 26-27 March is 2000 AD’s forty-fifth anniversary online convention, playing host to a galaxy of star guests, and needless to say should not be missed by any Squaxx. Streaming on Facebook, Twitch and YouTube (with all panels available to watch on YouTube afterwards), expect to see the likes of John Wagner, Mick McMahon, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Alex De Campi alongside figures from the world of entertainment such as Robin Ince, Ian Rankin, and more!

Don’t miss too a new exhibition at the Dinner Party Gallery, Clerkenwell Road, London, as 2000 AD has partnered with Carhartt for ‘Prog-Ress’, where contemporary artists have taken inspiration from the pages of the GGC to create new works. It runs from 25 March to 10 April, and well worth checking out, Thrill-hungry humes!

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Cover Art by Cliff Robinson / Cover Colours by Dylan Teague

Script: John Wagner / Art: Dan Cornwell / Colours: Dylan Teague / Letters: Annie Parkhouse

JUDGE DREDD // The Citadel / Part Five!

Mega-City One, 2143 AD. Home to over 160 million citizens, this urban hell is situated along the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America. Crime is rampant and only the Judges — zero-tolerance cops empowered to dispense instant justice — can stop total anarchy. Toughest of them all is JUDGE DREDD — he is the Law! Now, a former cadet called Winterton, due to be euthanised, is relating a story from the Apocalypse War forty years ago…


Script: Ian Edginton / Art: Tiernen Trevallion/ Letters: Annie Parkhouse

FIENDS OF THE EASTERN FRONT // 1963 / Part Two!

In 1980, the diary of German soldier Hans Schmitt was discovered in Berlin, detailing events that occurred in 1941, when he encountered the terrifying vampire Captain Constanta and his Romanian platoon. But Schmitt was not the first trooper to meet
Constanta — the vampire was on the Western Front too, in France in 1916. Now, in 1963, the bloodsucking creature of the night has a new position in the Uncivil Service…


Script: Ian Edginton / Art: Leigh Gallagher / Letters: Jim Campbell

KINGMAKER // Falls The Shadow / Part Eleven!

The Nine Kingdoms may have defeated Ichnar the Wraith King to live in relative peace, but they hadn’t reckoned on the Thorn — a race of aliens that occupied their world with the intention of strip-mining its magic. Wizard Ablard, ork Crixus and dryad Princess Yarrow believed they may have the means to stop them — and now Duke Eschatus has been thrown into space, meaning Crixus is ostensibly in charge…


Script: Mike Carroll / Art: Jake Lynch / Colours: Jim Boswell / Letters: Simon Bowland

PROTEUS VEX // Desire Paths / Part Thirteen!

Another galaxy, the far future. The centuries-long war between the Alliance and the Obdurate people is over, a conflict brought to an end with the deaths of billions when the Alliance teleported a dying white dwarf star into the Obdurate system. Imperium agent PROTEUS VEX — who is operated by a flesh-pilot — has now become an enemy of the Alliance when he released information about past war crimes…


Script: Dan Abnett / Art: INJ Culbard / Letters: Simon Bowland

BRINK // Mercury Retrograde / Part Five!

The late 21st century, and through environmental catastrophe and industrial overload Earth has been reduced to a wasteland. Mankind finally evacuated the planet in 2072 and millions were housed in a number of deep-space Habitats. But life on these
cramped, overcrowded stations is tense, often spilling over into madness. Sects are rife, and both the Habitat Security Division and certain journalists are investigating …