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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this December?

Rebellion is rounding out the year with a Thrill-packed December – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg three months from now!

Issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, and our new graphic novels – plus the 100-page Christmas special – are available to order from comic book stores from Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out now!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD Progs 2210-2211

  • 2210 on sale 2 December 2020
  • 2211 on sale 9 December 2020

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! The autumn roster of stories wraps up as Judge Dredd helps out a simp in trouble in ‘Simply Normal’ by Ken Niemand and Steven Austin, Stickleback engages in the mother of all battles to save London in ‘New Jerusalem’ by Ian Edginton and D’Israeli, and Nolan Blake discovers the truth of who’s trying to target him in Skip Tracer: ‘Hyperballad’ by James Peaty and Paul Marshall.

32 pages, weekly, £3.10 / $28.60 (per pack)

2000 AD PROG 2212

On sale 16 December 2020

Another barnstorming bumper 100-page Xmas issue sees out the year – super-intelligent ape Noam Chimpsky tangles with Judge Dredd again in ‘Three Kings’ by Ken Niemand and PJ Holden; Johnny Alpha has a Kreeler scientist in his sights in ‘Once Upon a Time in Der Vest’ by Rob Williams and Laurence Campbell; Proteus Vex returns to investigate secrets from the past in ‘The Shadow Chancellor’ by Mike Carroll and Jake Lynch; former Chief Judge Hershey’s quest of vengeance continues in the next arc ‘The Brutal’ by Rob Williams and Simon Fraser; we return to Deadworld for a series of short tales in ‘Visions of Deadworld’ by Kek-W and Dave Kendall; Sláine takes the fight to Brutus in ‘The Web of Weird’ by Pat Mills and Leonardo Manco; and we catch up with the Survival Geeks for a one-off story, courtesy of Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby and Neil Googe. Plus much more!

100 pages (on sale for three weeks) £5.25

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #427

On sale 16 December 2020

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! Justice Department takes advantage of the latest Xmas toy craze in ‘He Knows When You’re Sleeping’ by Rory McConville and Agustin Padilla; more corruption is uncovered at the heart of ‘Megatropolis’, by Ken Niemand and Dave Taylor; the Death cult welcome the Dark Judge in ‘Deliverance’ by David Hine and Nick Percival; the Judges storm a community in ‘Dreadnoughts’ by Mike Carroll and John Higgins; and The Returners head deeper into the  haunted house in ‘Heartswood’ by Si Spencer and Nicolo Assirelli! Plus there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, Madelyn Vespertine challenges the paranormal in ‘The Alienist’ by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby and Eoin Coveney!

64 pages (+ bagged 64-page supplement), £5.99

MISTY WINTER SPECIAL 2020

The Misty Winter Special contains two new chilling tales to make you shiver in the winter months. Infection, is a disturbing tale about how far people are expected to conform to societal standards no matter how warped the rules become, is written by Anna Savoury & V.V. Glass, and illustrated by V.V. Glass. Home for Christmas, a harrowing ghostly home-invasion story dealing with the sins of the past, is written by Lizzy Boyle and drawn by David Roach. Cover by Simon Davis.

On sale 2 December. £4.99 / $11.00

JUDGE DREDD: CONTROL

  • ISBN: 9781781087770
  • 8 December 2020
  • UK £14.99
  • Pages: 128 // Paperback

***** – SFX 10/10 – Flickering Myth

The psychopathic SJS Judge Pin murders officers that fall short of her standards, and Judge Dredd is in her sights in this collection of stories featuring flesh-eating Kleggs, hijacking ape gangs and out of control war robots reprogrammed by insane accountants in tales ranging from deathly serious to outrageously funny, all from one of the most popular contemporary Dredd writer/artist teams; Rob Williams and Chris Weston.

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE TRIGAN EMPIRE VOL.2

  • ISBN: 9781781087756
  • 8 December 2020
  • UK £19.99
  • Pages: 288 // Paperback

The second thrilling omnibus lost Sci-Fi classic from the sixties the New York Times called “highly detailed visions of fantastic worlds”

Among the distant stars, fractious tribes come together to found a mighty empire that will wage war against aggressive kingdoms, battle alien invaders, and conceive of incredible new technologies. This extraordinary volume continues to chart the glorious Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire!
A landmark in British comics history, painted by the legendary Don Lawrence in stunning, classic style, and springing from the grandiose pen of Mike Butterworth, this is an epic tale that creates a new far-future science fiction mythos that captured the imagination of a generation.

Features an introduction from one-time Don Lawrence apprentice Chris Weston (The Filth).

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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this May?

May will be another Thrill-packed month – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg two months from now!

Issues of Best of 2000 AD #2, 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine and our new graphic novels are available to order from comic book stores from Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out now!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

BEST OF 2000 AD #2

The ultimate 2000 AD mix-tape has arrived! Best of 2000 AD is a brand-new full-color US-size monthly designed for new readers, the essential gateway to the “Galaxy’s Greatest Comic.” Collecting the finest stories of the UK publication’s modern era, Best of 2000 AD features a self-contained 48-page Judge Dredd adventure supported by three of the legendary comic’s stand-out series. The second part of Alan Moore’s first comics epic Halo Jones continues, a Judge Anderson story by Batman legends Alan Grant and Arthur Ranson and a brand new cover by Becky Cloonan (Gotham Academy).

In stores: 27 May, monthly, £4.99 / $4.99

Smash! Special

Brand new adventures featuring some of the most popular British superheroes are featured in this 64 page giant. Fantastic action-packed stories from a host of terrific creators, including The Steel Claw by Charlie Higson, The Spider written by Rob Williams and drawn by John McCrea, Mytek the Mighty by Suyi Davies Okungbowa, JohnnyFuture drawn by Tom Raney, House of Dolman by Simon Furman and Davi Go, Thunderbolt by Helen O’Hara, and Cursitor Doom by Maura McHugh and Andreas Butzbach.

In stores: 27 May (UK) 10 June (US), £4.99 / $10.99

2000 AD Progs 2180-2183

  • 2180 on sale 6 May 2020
  • 2181 on sale 13 May 2020
  • 2182 on sale 20 May 2020
  • 2183 on sale 27 May 2020

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! Super-intelligent ape Noam Chimpsky gets embroiled in a terrorist plot in Judge Dredd: Chimpsky’s Law; Aquila enters the underworld in the finale to “The Burning Fields”; SkipTracer: “Nimrod” comes to a close and The Cube is changed forever; and the Survival Geeks face off against their multiple selves as the series reaches its climax, but which reality will prove the winner? Meanwhile, Prog 2183 is the second of 2020’s all-ages bumper issues, featuring the Galaxy’s Greatest’s characters in complete stories; this issue, Cadet Dredd undergoes a trial in “Combat Ready”, a tale from young Johnny Alpha’s past in the Mutant Army in “Acceptable Losses”, and ghost-hunters Eliot and Meera have a new supernatural case in Finder & Keeper: “Nuisance Neighbours.”

32 pages, weekly, £2.99 / $29.96 (per pack)

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE 420

On sale 20 May 2020

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman leads an assault on the fungal drug factory in the finale to ‘Bad Sector’; a new menace arrives in Badrock in Lawless: “Boom Town” by Dan Abnett and Phil Winslade; Devlin Waugh fights for his life in the climax to “A Very Large Splash”; the Zhind mutant claims more lives in series three of “Blunt” by T.C. Eglington and Boo Cook; and in ZombieArmy, the exclusive videogame tie-in written by I, Zombie‘s Chris Roberson and illustrated by Andrea Mutti, one shot can stop the undead in the concluding chapter! In addition, in the bagged mini-trade, East-Meg agent Orlok is the best at what he does in “Eurozoned” by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch!

64 pages (plus bagged 64-page graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $13

Sláine: The Horned God Collector’s Edition

  • ISBN: 9781781087626
  • 28 May 2020 (UK) 26 May 2020 (US)
  • UK £19.99 // US $24.99 // CAN $33.99
  • Pages: 208 // Paperback

The number one best-selling graphic novel is back in print, bigger and better than ever in a deluxe collector’s edition. For too long the people of T r na n g have suffered under the dominion of the drunes; strange druids who have poisoned the land with their magic. Features fully painted art from comics legend Simon Bisley.

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files #35

  • ISBN: 9781781087541
  • 14 May 2020 (UK)
  • UK £19.99
  • Pages: 304 // Paperback

The latest in the smash-hit, best-selling graphic novel series! Almost half a million copies sold! The floating multi-story metropolis of illegal delights known as “Sin City” has anchored outside Mega-City one, and Dredd has seemingly been sent aboard to keep what order can be kept on a lawless floating city. His real task? Locate Ula Danser, the De-Megification terrorist determined to destroy the Mega-Cities at any cost! But Danser isn’t working alone – Dredd’s old enemy Orlok is coming to meet her, and he’s carrying a cargo intended to pay back everything Dredd did to East-Meg one – with interest! The latest in the world-wide best-selling, flagship 2000 AD graphic novel series which has become a perennial classic. Includes artwork by some of 2000 AD’s very best, including Cam Kennedy, Ian Gibson, Carlos Ezquerra, and Marvel artist Kev Walker!

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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this April?

April will be another Thrill-packed year – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg three months from now!

Issues of Best of 2000 AD, the Cor! Buster Easter Special2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine and our new graphic novels are available to order from comic book stores from Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out this week!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

BEST OF 2000 AD #1

The ultimate 2000 AD mix-tape has arrived! Best of 2000 AD is a brand-new full-color US-size monthly designed for new readers, the essential gateway to the “Galaxy’s Greatest Comic.” Collecting the finest stories of the UK publication’s modern era, Best of 2000 AD features a self-contained 48-page Judge Dredd adventure supported by three of the legendary comic’s stand-out series. Boasting work from legends John Wagner, Alan Moore, and Dan Abnett, with a brand new cover by Jamie McKelvie. WARNING: precision-engineered to thrill.

In stores: 29 April, monthly, £4.99 / $4.99

Cor!! Buster Easter Special

The biggest and brightest humour comic in Britain is back for another 48-page special! A smash hit with kids, the Cor!! Buster Easter Special brings together two of Britain’s most beloved humour comics for 48 pages of belly laughs and silly japes from some of the best creators around, including Lew Stringer and John Freeman on Busterand DelbertSweeny Toddler and Gah! by Tom Paterson, Grimly Feendish by Ned Hartley and Tom Paterson, Frankie Stein by Cavan Scott and Steve Mannion, Daisy Jones’ Locket by Olivia Hicks and Shelli Paroline, Birdman and Chicken by Edward Whatley, Swines of Anarchy by Lee Langford and Pye Parr, Faceache by Matt Smith and John Lucas, Gums by Lizzie Boyle and Abigail Ryder, Deadly Hedley by Paul Goodenough and Rositsa Vangelova, Kid Kong by Alec Worley and Tiernen Travallion, and Duck Turpin by Robin Etherington and David Follett.

In stores: 8 April, £4.99

2000 AD Progs 2175-2179

  • 2175 on sale 1 April 2020
  • 2176 on sale 8 April 2020
  • 2177 on sale 15 April 2020
  • 2178 on sale 22 April 2020
  • 2179 on sale 29 April 2020

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! A super-intelligent ape runs rings around future cop Judge Dredd in ‘The Law According to Chimpsky’ by Kenneth Niemand and PJ Holden; Skip Tracer must stop a global disaster in the finale to ‘Nimrod’  by James Peaty and Paul Marshall; Aquila heads into the fiery underworld on the path to retrieving his soul ‘The Burning Fields’ by Gordon Rennie and Patrick Goddard; and the Survival Geeks are back for their final adventure as they battle parallel-dimension versions of themselves in ‘Crisis of Infinite Nerds’ by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby and Neil Googe!

32 pages, weekly, £2.99 / $32.80 (per pack)

Cover by PJ Holden

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #419

On sale 15 April 2020

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman’s got a fungal problem in a decrepit corner of the city in ‘Bad Sector’ by Arthur Wyatt and PJ Holden; there’s a fight to the death in the Badlands in Lawless: ‘Boom Town’ by Dan Abnett and Phil Winslade; Devlin Waugh faces off against a vengeful enemy in ‘A Very Large Splash’ by Ales Kot and Mike Dowling; there’s a desperate attempt to get off the colony planet Getri-1 in series three of ‘Blunt’ by T.C. Eglington and Boo Cook; and in Zombie Army, the exclusive videogame tie-in written by I, Zombie’s Chris Roberson and illustrated by Andrea Mutti, the Deadhunters have to plough through the undead horde! In addition there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, more shape-shifting action in Black Shuck II by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Steve Yeowell!

64 pages (plus bagged 64-page graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $13

Cover by PJ Holden

Masters of British Comic Art

  • ISBN: 9781781087596
  • 2 April (UK) 7 April (US)
  • UK £34.99 // US $45
  • Pages: 336 // Hardcover

This wildly entertaining and educational tome is a journey through the history of British comics – from the birth of the 20th century to the ‘80s invasion of American comics! A high-production hardcover compendium perfect as a coffee table book or academic encyclopaedia, Masters of British Comics is painstakingly researched. Behind a brand new cover by superstar artist Brian Bolland, and featuring artwork from a vast number highly-acclaimed artists carefully scanned from original artwork, Masters of British Comic Art is the definitive study and celebration of a beloved industry! Featuring a Who’s Who of talent, including Brian Bolland, Yvonne Hutton, Dave Gibbons, celebrated greats such as Don Lawrence and lost masters like Reg Bunn and Shirley Bellwood. Author and 2000 AD artist David Roach takes us on a journey through time detailing the surprising and fascinating evolution of the art from its humble beginnings to its current world-conquering status.

War Picture Library: Battle of Britain

  • ISBN: 9781781087794
  • 16 April (UK)
  • UK £14.99
  • Pages: 128 // Paperback

The second in the new ‘War Picture Library’ series showcasing the finest combat comics illustrated by legendary and iconic artists. Two true stories of aviation heroism and derring-do – ‘Never Say Die’ and ‘Steel Bats’ – set during the Battle of Britain in 1940 and drawn by comics legend Ian Kennedy! A talented pilot who never loses his determination to defend his country against immense obstacles both technical and personal. A squadron undertakes heart-stopping missions to combat the intense night-time assaults of the Axis air force. Set against the backdrop of the Battle of Britain comes an enthralling collection of aviation and heroism featuring daredevil pilots and the lengths they go to stop the German Luftwaffe attacking Britain.

Kingmaker

  • Ian Edginton, Leigh Gallagher, Annie Parkhouse
  • ISBN: 9781781087572
  • 2 April (UK) 7 April (US)
  • £14.99 (UK) $19.99 (US)
  • Pages: 144 // Paperback

‘Lord of the Rings’ meets ‘Independence Day’ in this brand-new fantasy epic from the pages of 2000 AD! The inhabitants of the Nine Kingdoms fought hard to liberate their world from the tyranny of Ichnar the Wraith King. Little did they suspect that a greater threat would soon fall upon them in the form of the Thorn – a race of aliens intent on strip-mining all of the magic from the world. Now old enemies have formed an alliance – Wizard Ablard, ork Crixus and the dryad Princess Yarrow have set aside their differences and are seeking to use the Ebora world spirit against the invaders… Perfect for fans of deconstructed fantasy stories like ‘The Princess Bride’ and ‘Coda’!

The Complete Johnny Future

  • Alf Wallace, Luis Bermejo
  • ISBN: 9781781087589
  • 30 April (UK) 28 April (US)
  • £19.99 (UK) $24.99 (US)
  • Pages: 208 // Hardcover

One of the most memorable comic strips of the 1960s, which asks the question “What if King Kong became Superman”? This is the complete hardcover collection of breathtaking Pulp adventure comics – beloved by fans and the creators it inspired – Alan Moore among them! ‘The Missing Link’ – a creature of limitless strength, is drawn to Britain in pursuit of an expedition party he encountered in his homeland. The man-ape causes havoc until he accidentally stumbles into an experimental nuclear research facility and is bombarded by radiation. Instead of killing him, the creature evolves into an advanced human. Now possessing a genius mind, super-strength, enhanced senses and the ability to fly, as Johnny Future he protects mankind from such sinister beings as The Master, Disastro, Animal Man and the Secret Society of Scientists. Perfect for fans of Rebellion’s only other superhero property – ‘Zenith’, the first superhero saga penned by comics legend, Grant Morrison!

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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this March?

The advance information for Rebellion’s comics for March 2020 has been released – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg three months from now!

March’s issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine are now available to order from comic book stores in the January issue of Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out this week!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2171-2174

2171 on sale 4 March 
2172 on sale 11 March
2173 on sale 18 March
2174 on sale 25 March

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! Future lawman Judge Dredd chases down an angry alien in ‘The Relic’ by Kenneth Niemand and Jake Lynch; a new case for Skip Tracer as a killer arrives on The Cube in ‘Nimrod’ by James Peaty and Paul Marshall; hitmen Sinister Dexter find themselves in a creepy fairground in ‘The Frighteners’ by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell; Zaucer of Zilk, Proteus Vex and Feral & Foe all come to their hair-raising finales; and a major new SF series makes its debut as Dan Abnett and Mark Harrison present ‘The Out’, a visually stunning excursion into the outer reaches of the cosmos!

32 pages, weekly, £2.99 / $32.80 (per pack)

Cover by Mark Harrison

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #418

On sale 18 March

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman comes under attack by Black Atlantic pirates in new Dredd thriller “Plunder” by Michael Carroll and Karl Richardson; Metta Lawson investigates attacks out in the Badlands in Lawless: “Boom Town”; horror invades Devlin Waugh’s holiday retreat in “A Very Large Splash”; the surviving colonists attempt to escape Getri-1 in series three of “Blunt”; and we go back to the beginnings of the Judge system in new series “Dreadnoughts.” In addition there’s interviews, features and more, and in the bagged mini-trade, the adventures of Soviet ultra-assassin Orlok by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch!
$13.00

64 pages (plus bagged 64-page graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $13

Cover by Steven Austin, colours by Quinton Winter

Judge Dredd – Mechanismo: Machine Law

A buddy cop tale like no other! Man and mechanismo, on the mean streets of Mega-City One. The next chapter in the legendary Judge Dredd epic, penned by incomparable Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner. With Mega-City one eating Judges faster than they can be replaced, the Justice Department prepares once more to trial a radical solution for their manpower shortage: The Mark-8 RV Mechanismo unit, robotic judges programmed to deal with everything the city can throw at them, with freshly programmed AIs designed to empathise with the citizens they’ll encounter. Judge Dredd himself has never hid his feelings on granting judicial powers to machines, but the responsive, resilient and ultimately expendable machines may be the answer to the justice department’s problems. Dredd is ordered to put aside his prejudices and conduct an assessment with one of the latest models, nicknamed HARVEY…

£10.99 / $13.99

Cover by Matt Ferguson

The Trigan Empire Vol. 1

The first of a four-volume series reprinting The Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire – a landmark 1960s science fiction series which rivalled Game of Thrones in popularity and was the precursor to every mythic sci-fi adventure to come! Under the leadership of Trigo, the Vorg tribesmen band together to resist the Lokan invaders, forming a new country, The Trigan Empire. This is the epic story of its rise and fall. Featuring an extraordinary combination of the Roman Empire and ancient Greece, Trigo’s story is told in ground breaking fully painted artwork. This is the first in a series collecting all the stories painted by the legendary Don Lawrence.

£19.99 / $24.99

Cover by Don Lawrence

Roy of the Rovers: All To Play for

Melchester Rovers are in a dark place. Due to Barry ‘Meat’ Cleaver’s underhand business practises, the team find themselves faced with a thirty-point deduction and have tumbled from the top to the bottom of League One. If that wasn’t bad enough, a fire has decimated Mel Park leaving the team with nowhere to play their home games. Rovers’ captain, Vic Guthrie is increasingly feeling the pressure and is starting to unravel. There is a light at the end of the tunnel though – star goal scorers Paco Diaz and Roy Race are back from their brief stint in the Premiership to help the Rovers survive the drop. Meanwhile, Melchester’s female team, Sowerby, are going from strength to strength and new coach Johnny Dexter has found a kindred spirit in young defender Rocky Race…

£9.99

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files #19 (US edition)

Mega-City One, the crime-ridden city of the future gets even crazier in this volume as superstar writer Grant Morrison’s (All-Star Superman) first Judge Dredd story, ‘Inferno’, is here, featuring the stunning art of Dredd co-creator Carlos Ezquerra (Adventures of the Rifle Brigade)! If that wasn’t enough, fellow writing legends Garth Ennis (Preacher), Mark Millar (Kick-Ass), John Wagner (A History of Violence) and John Smith (Cradlegrave), provide thrill-packed stories, involving everything from rogue robotic Judges to stylish hitmen, all illustrated by some of the best talents in British comics, such as Greg Staples (Sinister/Dexter), Brett Ewins (Bad Company) and Ron Smith (Judge Dredd).

$24.99

Cover by Brian Bolland

Action Special 2020

It horrified prudes and censors alike – but the ground-breaking Action is back! The 1970s comic they tried to ban returns with the same blend of unbeatable characters and no-holds-barred action – all brought to you by the best talents of today! Featuring the killer shark Hookjaw by Dan Lish, juvenile delinquency in Kids Rule OK by Ram V and Henrick Stahlstrom, frontline German Panzer with Hellman of Hammer Force by Garth Ennis and Mike Dorey, merciless secret agent action with Dredger by Zina Hutton, and the brand new Hell Machine by Henry Flint!

£6.99

Cover by Staz Johnson

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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this February?

The advance information for Rebellion’s comics and graphic novels for February 2020 has been released – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg three months from now!

February’s issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine are now available to order from comic book stores in the December issue of Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out this week!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2167 – 2170

2167 on sale 5 February 2020
2168 on sale 12 February 2020
2169 on sale 19 February 2020
2170 on sale 26 February 2020

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! In Progs 2167 – 2168, the awesome line-up that kicked off the new year continues, with the Zaucer of Zilk plagued by a mystery assailant in ‘A Zaucerful of Secrets’; revelations abound in secret-agent saga Proteus Vex; Wrath and Bode get used to killing their own kind in fantasy thriller Feral & Foe; cop Bridget Kurtis goes deeper into the cult case for the finale to Brink: Hate Box; and Judge Dredd investigates tek-crimes!

Prog 2170 is another bumper 48-page 2000 AD Regened special – the first of the year’s all-ages issues with a roster of complete stories. Cadet Dredd must defeat an interdimensional invasion in ‘School Trip’; ghost-hunters Eliot and Meera tackle an entity loose in a graveyard in Finder & Keeper: Dead Signal; Rogue Trooper enters dangerous ground in ‘Savage Swamp’; timid aliens the Gronks have a fierce new neighbour in ‘The Trouble with Gronkses’; and more!

32 pages, weekly, £2.99 / $32.80 (per pack)

Cover by Mark Sexton

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #417

On sale 19 February 2020

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman leads the fightback against the Black Atlantic pirates in ‘Plunder’; Metta Lawson tracks down the Badlands killers in Lawless: ‘Boom Town’; Devlin Waugh’s holiday retreat becomes a massacre in ‘A Very Large Splash’; an alien life form goes on the attack in series three of ‘Blunt’; and the new Judges hit resistance in ‘Dreadnoughts’. Plus, an exclusive, all-new series set in the world of hit videogame Zombie Army, written by I, Zombie’s Chris Roberson! In addition there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, classic British horror from the pages of Scream in ‘The Nightcomers’!

64 pages (plus bagged 64-page graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $13

Cover by Jake Lynch

KINGDOM VOL.4: ALPHA & OMEGA

Rescued before execution by an old friend, and joined by a terrorist working to undermine the master’s grip on the world below, Gene forms a tenuous alliance. The latest collection of 2000 AD’s latest breakout success from the mind of NYP bestselling SF and Warhammer author Dan Abnett that has been described as “Mad Max with talking animals”!

£15.99 / $19.99

Cover by Richard Elson

BATTLE STATIONS – WAR PICTURE LIBRARY

Two brothers of differing rank have to make extraordinary sacrifices in the line of the toughest duty. This is a true story of courage under fire; a high-octane story of a blistering World War II naval battle. The first in a major series of new collections bringing the long lost UK war comics of Italian art maestro Hugo Pratt to the public in stunning new editions.

£14.99 / $19.99

Cover by Hugo Pratt/Rebellion

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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this January?

The advance information for Rebellion’s comics for January 2020 has been released – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg three months from now!

January’s issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine are now available to order from comic book stores in the September issue of Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out this week!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2163-2166

2163 on sale 8 January 2020
2164 on sale 15 January 2020
2165 on sale 22 January 2020
2166 on sale 29 January 2020

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! It’s a barnstorming start to the new year with a stunning line-up of stories – the Zaucer of Zilk is plagued by a mysterious enemy in the psychedelic fantasy “A Zaucerful of Secrets”; HSD cop Bridget Kurtis is on the trail of the perpetrators behind a gang killing in Brink: “Hate Box”; secret agent Proteus Vex tracks down a missing VIP; Wrath and Bode are charged with killing their kind in new sword n’ sorcery saga “Feral & Foe”; and in “Killing Bloopy” future lawman Judge Dredd must protect a citizen targeted for assassination, trouble is, the cit in question is an imaginary friend!

32 pages, weekly, £2.99 / $32.80 (per pack)

Cover by Richard Elson

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #416

On sale 15 January 2020

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman comes under attack by Black Atlantic pirates in new Dredd thriller “Plunder” by Michael Carroll and Karl Richardson; Metta Lawson investigates attacks out in the Badlands in Lawless: “Boom Town”; horror invades Devlin Waugh’s holiday retreat in “A Very Large Splash”; the surviving colonists attempt to escape Getri-1 in series three of “Blunt”; and we go back to the beginnings of the Judge system in new series “Dreadnoughts.” In addition there’s interviews, features and more, and in the bagged mini-trade, the adventures of Soviet ultra-assassin Orlok by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch!
$13.00

64 pages (plus bagged 64-page graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $13

Cover by Jake Lynch

THIRD WORLD WAR (trade paperback)

The definitive collection of the highly-political comic book classic of global capitalism, rebellion and exploitation from legends Pat Mills (Marshal Law) and the late, great Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd)! Eve is unemployed after leaving university and is immediately conscripted as a soldier working for a corporation and discovers just how South American countries are being exploited to create food needed to feed the increasing population for their profit under the guise of western paternalism.

208 pages, £19.99 / $24.99

Cover by Carlos Ezquerra
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What’s coming from Rebellion’s comics imprints this November?

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

November’s issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine are now available to order from comic book stores in the September issue of Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out on 28 August!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2156-2159

  • 2156 on sale 6 November 2019
  • 2157 on sale 13 November 2019
  • 2158 on sale 20 November 2019
  • 2159 on sale 27 November 2019

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! Judge Dredd’s trip to South America reaches its explosive conclusion ‘Guatamala’ by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil, before he faces a new serial-killer case back in Mega-City One in ‘The Harvest’ by Michael Carroll and Nick Percival; cop Bridget Kurtis follows the trail of bodies in Brink: ‘Hate Box’, by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard; the Sovs find the Dark Judges are no ordinary enemy in The Fall of Deadworld: Doomed by Kek-W and Dave Kendall; private investigator Mallory Hope is faces terrifying dark magic in Hope… Under Fire by Guy Adams and Jimmy Broxton; and seventeenth-century zombie hunter Defoe shoots for the moon to save humanity from an evil entity in ‘The Divisor’ by Pat Mills and Stewart Kenneth Moore!

32pp, weekly, £2.99 / $32.80 (per pack)

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #414

On sale 20 November 2019

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! A shocking revelation about a former Chief Judge is splashed across the Mega-City media in ‘Father’s Day’ by Rory McConville and Ian Richardson; Psi-Judge Anderson’s cadets battle for their lives in the finale to ‘The Dead Run’ by Maura McHugh and Patrick Goddard; undead curator Henry Dubble introduces another twisted Black Museum tale in ‘Big Marilyn’ by Laura Bailey and Brian Corcoran; Nia makes a fateful choice in the last episode of ‘Diamond Dogs’ by James Peaty and Warren Pleece; and The Returners must stop a terrifying evil escaping in ‘Chandhu’ by Si Spencer and Nicolo Assirelli. In addition there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, the fight against the alien invaders reaches its conclusion in volume two of Damnation Station by Al Ewing (The Immortal Hulk) and Mark Harrison (Durham Red)!

64 pages (plus bagged 64-page graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $13

OPERATION OVERLORD

June 6, 1944. D-Day. The allies launch a great offensive in Normandy in order to rid Europe of the Nazi terror. The strategic and human scale of the operation, led by General Eisenhower, is unrivalled. No less than 160,000 men will be parachuted and land on five beaches in the northern France. Thus begins Operation Overlord. Finally, the collected edition of the international best-selling series! Featuring fantastic full color artwork throughout by DC Comics and Star Wars artist David Fabbri.

In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
£19.99 / $24.99

DARK JUDGES FALL OF DEADWORLD volume two

The terrifying sequel to the best-selling tale of Judge Dredd’s greatest villains, Dark Judges! They are the four horsemen of the horror apocalypse, Dark Judges who declared that life itself is a crime. As they continue to turn their world into a necropolis, young Jess Childs rallies a team of survivors to rescue the one person who can help her prevent the death of the world! High body horror for fans of the iconic horror franchises Saw, Day of The Dead, and The Fly.

In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
£19.99 / $24.99
 

JUDGE DREDD: THE COMPLETE CASE FILES volume 34

The latest incendiary volume of Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files, collecting the adventures of the iconic British character, presented in chronological order, complete and uncut! Former foes with raw grudges pour out of the woodwork when a dimension jump gets hijacked; an assassin carries out executions under the direct orders of the Chief Judge! Featuring art by comics superstar Jock (The Batman Who Laughs)!

In Shops: Dec 11, 2019
£19.99 / $24.99

KEN REID WORLD WIDE WEIRDIES

Glorious grotesques from around the globe! Beautiful and bizarre illustration collection from legendary British cartoonist, Ken Reid, who was (ir)responsible for Faceache and being released in a hardcover edition to coincide with the holidays! World Wide Weirdies collects the almost weekly run of Reid’s beautifully bizarre illustrations from IPC’s Whoopee! and Shiver and Shake. Usually displayed in color on the back cover, they are among the most striking images to have appeared in British comics!

In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
£19.99 / $24.99

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2000 AD Diamond Distribution solicits for October 2019

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

October’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 out next week!

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2151-2155

2151 on sale 2 October 2019
2152 on sale 9 October 2019
2153 on sale 16 October 2019
2154 on sale 23 October 2019
2155 on sale 30 October 2019

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! The stunning line-up of stories that commenced in Prog 2150 continues – Judge Dredd faces the harsh truth of how humans are treated in a robot-run state in ‘Guatamala’ by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil; cop Bridget Kurtis is heading up a Major Crimes department on the Salma Habitat in ‘Hate Box’, by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard; the Sovs blitz the capital in The Fall of Deadworld: Doomed by Kek-W and Dave Kendall; private investigator Mallory Hope is contacted by an old enemy in Hope… Under Fire by Guy Adams and Jimmy Broxton; and seventeenth-century zombie hunter Defoe battles an ancient evil in ‘The Divisor’ by Pat Mills and Stewart Kenneth Moore!

32pp, weekly, £2.99

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #412

On sale 16 October 2019

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman is called to a penthouse apartment, whose resident has a creepy history in ‘Bad Wiring’ by TC Eglington and Dan Cornwell; Psi-Judge Anderson’s cadets come face to face with a Cursed Earth Wendigo in ‘The Dead Run’ by Maura McHugh and Patrick Goddard; undead curator Henry Dubble introduces another twisted Black Museum tale in ‘Tainted Love’ by Rory McConville and Joe Palmer; Nia has enemies on all sides closing in on her in ‘Diamond Dogs’ by James Peaty and Warren Pleece; and The Returners learn the truth behind ‘Chandhu’ by Si Spencer and Nicolo Assirelli. In addition there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, we head into space to battle alien invaders in volume one of Damnation Station by Al Ewing (The Immortal Hulk), Simon Davis (Thistlebone) and Boo Cook (Elephantmen)!

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

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2000 AD Diamond Distribution solicits for September 2019

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

September’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 out now.

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2147-2150

2147 on sale 4 September 2019
2148 on sale 11 September 2019
2149 on sale 18 September 2019
2150 on sale 25 September 2019

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! The run of stories wraps up in Progs 2147-2149 – future lawman Judge Dredd seeks inside help to nail a criminal in ‘The Fall of Barbarara Grimm’ by Mike Carroll and Nick Dyer; Jaegir’s comrades seek to free her from the Southers’ clutches in ‘Valkyrie’ by Gordon Rennie and Simon Coleby; hitmen Sinister Dexter have to bodyguard an artificial intelligence in ‘Narrow Minded’ by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell; and realities collide in Indigo Prime: ‘The Fall of the House of Vista’ by Kek-W and Lee Carter!

Then in the bumper Prog 2150, a stunning new line-up of stories start – an ideal jumping-on point for new readers! Dredd has a special overseas mission to undertake in ‘Guatamala’ by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil; cop Bridget Kurtis returns and is investigating gang crimes in the fourth book of SF smash Brink, ‘Hate Box’, by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard; we return to the world of the Dark Judges in The Fall of Deadworld: Doomed by Kek-W and Dave Kendall, with war about to break out; private investigator Mallory Hope is back, confronting the demons in 1940s L.A. in Hope… Under Fire by Guy Adams and Jimmy Broxton; and seventeenth-century zombie hunter Defoe heads for the moon as an ancient evil awakens in ‘The Divisor’ by Pat Mills and Stewart Kenneth Moore!

32pp, weekly, £2.85 // Prog 2150 48pp, £4.99

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #412

On sale 18 September 2019

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! It’s the final battle between Dredd and the Red Prince in the climactic episode of ‘The Red Queen’s Gambit’ by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch; Psi-Judge Anderson’s cadets come under fire out in the Cursed Earth in ‘The Dead Run’ by Maura McHugh and Patrick Goddard; P.I. DeMarco fights for her life in ‘An Eye…’ by Laura Bailey and Paul Williams; Nia seeks a way out of the Brit-Cit gang life in ‘Diamond Dogs’ by James Peaty and Warren Pleece; and The Returners come under psychic assault in ‘Chandhu’ by Si Spencer and Nicolo Assirelli. In addition there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, there’s more zombie-slaying mayhem in the second book of Defoe: ‘The Damned’ by Pat Mills and Leigh Gallagher!

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

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2000 AD Diamond Distribution solicits for July 2019

The advance information for 2000 AD’s comics for July 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 24th April.

Don’t forget – North American readers can order a month’s worth of 2000 AD in a single monthly pack, just enquire at your local comic book store about ordering it!

2000 AD PROGS 2143-2146

  • 2143 on sale 7 August 2019
  • 2144 on sale 14 August 2019
  • 2145 on sale 21 August 2019
  • 2146 on sale 28 August 2019

Nort war-crimes investigator Atalia Jaegir returns and is at the mercy of the Southers in new story ‘Valkyrie’ by Gordon Rennie and Simon Coleby; plus Sinister Dexter find Downlode isn’t what it used to be in ‘Dolores 4 Ever’ by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell; Indigo Prime agents plunge through the dimensions in ‘Fall of the House of Vista’ by Kek-W and Lee Carter; folk-horror series ‘Thistlebone’ comes to its petrifying climax, by T.C. Eglington and Simon Davis; and Judge Dredd faces off against the psychopathic SJS Judge Pin in ‘Control’ by Rob Williams and Chris Weston!

32pp, weekly, £2.85 ($22.40 per pack)

JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #411

On Sale 21 August 2019

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! Judge Dredd battles for his life at the hands of the Red Queen’s agents in ‘The Red Queen’s Gambit’ by Arthur Wyatt and Jake Lynch; Psi-Judge Anderson heads into haunted territory out in the Cursed Earth in ‘The Dead Run’ by Maura McHugh and Patrick Goddard; DeMarco helps a grieving son find the truth about his dead mother in ‘An Eye…’ by Laura Bailey and Paul Williams; Nia’s in deep trouble with the Brit-Cit gangs in ‘Diamond Dogs’ by James Peaty and Warren Pleece; and The Returners investigate an amusement park that is not all it seems in ‘Chandhu’ by Si Spencer and Nicolo Assirelli. In addition there’s interviews, features and more – and in the bagged mini-trade, travel back to 17th-century London as zombie-hunter Defoe takes on the undead hordes in ‘The Damned’ by Pat Mills and Leigh Gallagher!

64pp (+ bagged 64pp graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 ($13)