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Half off the 2017 Digital 2000 AD Collection!

Get an entire year’s dose of digital Thrill-power in one go – for half price!

The 2000 AD Prog Collection bundles include all the issues of 2000 AD from a single calendar year – and each week we’re giving 50% OFF one of the collections between 2003 and 2015 on the 2000 AD webshop!

Buy the 2017 Digital Prog Collection now >>

Each bundle includes up to 50 issues of 2000 AD, PLUS the annual bumper Christmas Prog – meaning you can download and read an entire year’s worth of classic Thrill-power in one go.

These annual Prog Collections are the ideal way to create your own digital archive of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and catch up on the greatest comics of the millennium!

All files from the 2000 AD webshop can be downloaded DRM-free in CBZ or PDF formats.

And don’t forget – if you purchase a digital product from the 2000 AD webshop you can read it in the 2000 AD app (and vice versa) when you use the same registration/log-in details for both!

Beware of Thrill-power overload, Earthlets!

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Pre-order now: Battler Britton by Hugo Pratt

Pre-order the latest War Picture Library collection featuring the work of master artist Hugo Pratt – the Battler Britton collection is available to pre-order in print now!

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Delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic last year, the print edition will be published on 24 June 2021 and is available to pre-order now.

The second book in the series of collections reprinting every story drawn by Hugo Pratt, the Italian art maestro meets one of the most popular British comic book characters: Battler Britton!

Battler Britton is a World War Two air ace as skilled a fighter on land as he is in his Spitfire. In 1960, Hugo Pratt drew two of his adventures – ‘Wagons of Gold’ and ‘Rockets of Revenge’ – and they are being reprinted in graphic novel format for the first time.

These fast-paced adventure stories feature the classic character facing off against the Nazis and this second book continues Rebellion’s mission to bring all of Pratt’s work back into print. 

Readers of Corto Maltese will love these forgotten classic war stories from the world renowned comic book artist, published in a format larger than originally published to show off his impressive and universally-lauded artwork.

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OUT NOW – hit the mean streets in The Mean Arena!

In a dystopian Britain, deadly games of street football are played in evacuated towns – Matt Talon plays for the Slater’s Slayers, and he isn’t just in the Mean Arena for the love of the game – he’s here for revenge!

This classic 2000 AD story by Tom Tully and John Richardson – two legends of British comics – is collected in a digital-only graphic novel for the first time!

Debuting in 2000 AD Prog 178, The Mean Arena features the world’s most popular sport – a brutal mix of rugby, football and all-out street brawls, devised by greedy promoters and played in specially evacuated towns where the possibility of death lurks around every corner.

In this Rollerball-meets-Roy of the Rovers game, the highly gifted striker of Slater’s Slayers, Matt Tallon, isn’t just after championship glory – he wants to avenge his brother’s death!

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The new digital releases will be available from the 2000 AD app for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices, as DRM-free PDF/CBZ downloads from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

We have more brilliant digital releases coming in this series of collections, the full list includes:

7 April – Flesh: Midnight Cowboys – Pat Mills (w) James McKay (a)

5 May – Time Flies – Garth Ennis (w) Philip Bond, John Beeston, Roger Langridge (a)

2 June – Slaughter Bowl – John Smith (w) Paul Peart (a)

7 July – Aquila Volume II: The Burning Fields – Gordon Rennie (w) Paul Davidson, Patrick Goddard (a)

4 August – Bad City Blue – Alan Grant (w) Robin Smith (a)

1 September – Firekind – John Smith (w) Paul Marshall (a)

6 October – Dark Justice: Torture Garden – David Hine (w) Nick Percival (a)

3 November – Tales from the Black Museum: Volume One – including John Wagner, Al Ewing, Dan Abnett, Simon Spurrier, John Smith, Alan Grant (w) Shaun Thomas, John Ridgway, Dylan Teague, Rufus Dayglo, Dean Ormston (a)

1 December Durham Red: Born Bad – Alec Worley (w) Ben Willsher, Lee Carter (a)

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Happy birthday, 2000 AD – get the first stories in a digital bundle for just £20!

Celebrate the 44th anniversary of 2000 AD‘s first issue with this special digital bundle bringing together the series that launched the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic in 1977!

2000 AD first hit newsstands in mid-February 1977 and has gone on to be a cultural force far beyond its pages – this digital bundle includes the collections of the first stories that helped cement its reputation as the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic!

Presented at a special price for a limited time, this bundle includes the first volumes of Dan Dare, M.A.C.H.1, Flesh, as well as complete collections of Harlem Heroes and Invasion! From space battles to dinosaur rampages, from secret cyborg agents and future sports to fascistic lawmen, these are the stories that sealed 2000 AD’s reputation for explosive action and compelling storytelling. Featuring work by industry legends such as Dave Gibbons (Watchmen), Pat Mills (Marshal Law), John Wagner (A History of Violence), Mick McMahon (Tank Girl), Brian Bolland (Batman: The Killing Joke), Carlos Ezquerra (Preacher) and many, many more!

Gorge yourself on hundreds of pages of groundbreaking comics as you discover the ingredients that made 2000 AD the greatest comic in the galaxy!

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You can buy the ‘First Stories’ bundle from the 2000 AD webshop and app. Log in with the same details and you can read on the app or download DRM-free from the webshop!

The ‘First Stories’ bundle includes:

Dan Dare – The 2000 AD Years Vol.1

Dan Dare, Pilot of the future, is a British icon. Created by Frank Hampson in 1950 and first appearing in the Eagle comic, the Pilot of the Future was revived and rebooted for 2000 AD’s first issue. Waking from suspended animation after two hundred years, Dare faces an unfamiliar universe, filled with terrible new threats but also including all too familiar ones, such as his old nemesis, The Mekon! The first volume of this punk-fuelled space opera features stories from Pat Mills, Steve Moore and Gerry Finley-Day with art by Massimo Belardinelli and Dave Gibbons.

Flesh: The Dino Files

By the 23rd Century, man has drained the planet’s resources bare, but thanks to time-travel technology, the Trans-Time Corporation send rangers – such as cowboy Earl Reagan – back to the days when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. The rangers round up these magnificent creatures and blast them back into the future so real flesh stays on the menu… only sometimes the dinner bites back! With stories by Pat Mills and amazing art by Massimo Belardinelli, Ramon Sola and James McKay, Flesh is a book you can really get your teeth stuck into!

The Complete Harlem Heroes

Featuring explosive artwork by Carlos Trigo, Dave Gibbons, and Massimo Belardinelli, by the year 2050 the game of aeroball has swept the world! It’s football, boxing, kung-fu and basketball all rolled into one. Players roar through the air wearing jetpacks and fight to put the ball in the ‘score tank’. One of the greatest teams is the Harlem Heroes, players like no others in the exciting, thrill-packed sport of the future! This collection also features the controversial and never-before-reprinted sequel ‘Inferno’.

Invasion

When Volgan troops descend on Britain, this once mighty land soon lies in anguish under the boot-heel of tyranny. But one man will make a stand. Lorry driver Bill Savage returns to London to find that a stray shell has destroyed his family home, killing his wife and kids. Grabbing his trusty shooter he swears vengeance against the Volgs and leads the resistance. The war may be over for Britain, but for Bill Savage it has only just begun! Created by Pat Mills and co-scripted with Gerry Finley-Day, amongst others, Invasion! is classic 2000 AD.

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01

Debuting in 2000 AD Prog 2, he is judge, jury and executioner, a merciless far-future lawman delivering justice with an iron fist on the mean streets of Mega-City One! He is Judge Dredd! Now you can re-discover the roots of John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra’s legendary character in this vast and Thrill-packed series of graphic novels collecting together all of Dredd’s adventures in chronological order, complete and uncut!

M.A.C.H.1 Book One

Terrorists and enemy agents beware! John Probe is much more than a man – he is a man activated by compu-puncture hyperpower! Using the technology of computerised acupuncture, the British Secret Service grafted a computer circuit onto Probe’s skull and inserted special electro-needles into his body: now he can increase his energy flow until he has the strength of fifty men! This first volume collects the explosive adventures of 2000 AD’s original super-agent, M.A.C.H. 1.

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OUT NOW – John Smith and Simon Harrison’s Revere

Meet the Witch Boy of London – it’s the end of the world and he feels fine!

Written by John Smith with nightmarish psychedelic art from Simon Harrison, Revere is an inimitable psychedelic post-apocalyptic climate change coming-of-age fever dream – and is out now as a digital collection from the 2000 AD webshop and app!

The original three series of Revere featured between 2000 AD Progs 744 and 872, but it’s long been out of print so this digital-only release is an incredible chance to read one of Smith’s seminal works, and see Harrison show off the very best of his bizarre, dream-like art.

Immerse yourself in an unbeatable, wonderfully weird trippy nightmare set in a post-apocalyptic London; follow Revere as he parkours over the buildings of a crumbling capital, embarks on mystical drug-hazed shenanigans, and even travels off this astral plane entirely…

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The new digital releases will be available from the 2000 AD app for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices, as DRM-free PDF/CBZ downloads from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

We have more brilliant digital releases coming in this series of collections, the full list includes:

3 March The Mean Arena Volume 1: The Southampton Sharks – Tom Tully (w) John Richardson, Steve Dillon, Johnny Johnstone (a)

7 April Flesh: Midnight Cowboys – Pat Mills (w) James McKay (a)

5 May Time Flies – Garth Ennis (w) Philip Bond, John Beeston, Roger Langridge (a)

2 June Slaughter Bowl – John Smith (w) Paul Peart (a)

7 July Aquila Volume II: The Burning Fields – Gordon Rennie (w) Paul Davidson, Patrick Goddard (a)

4 August Bad City Blue – Alan Grant (w) Robin Smith (a)

1 September Firekind – John Smith (w) Paul Marshall (a)

6 October – Dark Justice: Torture Garden – David Hine (w) Nick Percival (a)

3 November – Tales from the Black Museum: Volume One – including John Wagner, Al Ewing, Dan Abnett, Simon Spurrier, John Smith, Alan Grant (w) Shaun Thomas, John Ridgway, Dylan Teague, Rufus Dayglo, Dean Ormston (a)

1 December Durham Red: Born Bad – Alec Worley (w) Ben Willsher, Lee Carter (a)

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Preview: Revere by John Smith and Simon Harrison!

We’re super excited to unveil a preview of Revere ahead of its release next month, the latest title in our brand new series of digital-only 2000 AD collections for 2021!

Meet Revere, the Witch Boy of London – it’s the end of the world and he feels fine. Written by John Smith with nightmarish psychedelic art from Simon Harrison; this is an inimitable psychedelic post-apocalyptic climate change coming-of-age fever dream.

The original three series of Revere featured between 2000 AD Progs 744 and 872, but it’s long been out of print so this digital-only release is an incredible chance to read one of Smith’s seminal works, and see Harrison show off the very best of his bizarre, dream-like art.

Immerse yourself in an unbeatable, wonderfully weird trippy nightmare set in a post-apocalyptic London; follow Revere as he parkours over the buildings of a crumbling capital, embarks on mystical drug-hazed shenanigans, and even travels off this astral plane entirely…

You can check out the first four pages of Book I of Revere below, and it’s out on February 3rd – available from the 2000 AD app, as DRM-free download from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

The new digital releases will be available from the 2000 AD app for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices, as DRM-free PDF/CBZ downloads from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

We have more brilliant digital releases coming in this series of collections, the full list includes:

3 March The Mean Arena Volume 1: The Southampton Sharks – Tom Tully (w) John Richardson, Steve Dillon, Johnny Johnstone (a)

7 April Flesh: Midnight Cowboys – Pat Mills (w) James McKay (a)

5 May Time Flies – Garth Ennis (w) Philip Bond, John Beeston, Roger Langridge (a)

2 June Slaughter Bowl – John Smith (w) Paul Peart (a)

7 July Aquila Volume II: The Burning Fields – Gordon Rennie (w) Paul Davidson, Patrick Goddard (a)

4 August Bad City Blue – Alan Grant (w) Robin Smith (a)

1 September Firekind – John Smith (w) Paul Marshall (a)

6 October – Dark Justice: Torture Garden – David Hine (w) Nick Percival (a)

3 November – Tales from the Black Museum: Volume One – including John Wagner, Al Ewing, Dan Abnett, Simon Spurrier, John Smith, Alan Grant (w) Shaun Thomas, John Ridgway, Dylan Teague, Rufus Dayglo, Dean Ormston (a)

1 December Durham Red: Born Bad – Alec Worley (w) Ben Willsher, Lee Carter (a)

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‘ANNIHILATE!’ Order the Armoured Gideon digital edition

‘ANNIHILATE!’ Armoured Gideon is the first of our digital-only collections for 2021!

The adventures of fan-favourite character, created by John Tomlinson and Simon Jacobs, have been collected in a digital-only collection for the first time.

Armoured Gideon is a demon-slaying robot who only says one word… ‘Annihilate!’ His task? To protect our world from the demonic threat of a parallel dimension known as ‘The Edge’. This classic 2000 AD story is presented in a new edition, aimed at fans new and old!

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Also featuring art by Sean Phillips (CriminalFatale), Gideon’s adventures begin a new series of digital collections from 2000 AD for 2021.

This new digital collection features the never-before-reprinted extra stories ‘No, No, Nanette’ from 2000 AD Prog 722, ‘Starhavon’s Edge’ from the 1990 2000 AD Sci Fi Special and ‘Making Movies’ from the 1992 2000 AD Sci Fi Special.

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Cover reveal: new digital collection series launches with Armoured Gideon Vol.1!

Coming 6 January from 2000 AD‘s webshop and apps, as well as Amazon Kindle – we’ll “ANNIHILATE!” the competition with the first digital volume of John Tomlinson and Simon Jacob’s ARMOURED GIDEON!

Featuring art by Jacob (Dead Meat, Judge Dredd), as well as Sean Phillips (Criminal, Fatale), Gideon’s adventures are being collected in a digital graphic novel for the first time, beginning a new series of digital collections from 2000 AD for 2021.

A demon-slaying robot who only says one word… ‘Annihilate!’ Gideon’s task is to protect our world from the demonic threat of a parallel dimension known as ‘The Edge’. This new digital collection features the never-before-reprinted extra stories ‘No, No, Nanette’ from 2000 AD Prog 722, ‘Starhavon’s Edge’ from the 1990 2000 AD Sci Fi Special and ‘Making Movies’ from the 1992 2000 AD Sci Fi Special.

This new collection will be available from the 2000 AD app, as DRM-free download from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

From demon-hunting robots to dinosaur-hunting cowboys, soul-hunting centurions to pirate-hunting time-travellers – Rebellion is pleased to announce a brand new series of digital-only 2000 AD collections for 2021!

Featuring work by Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Boys), Sean Phillips (Criminal, Reckless), Al Ewing (Immortal Hulk), John Wagner (Judge Dredd), Alan Grant (Batman), and Pat Mills (Marshal Law), the new series of digital collections will bring together thrills old and new – including some that have never been available digitally before!

The new digital releases will be available from the 2000 AD app for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices, as DRM-free PDF/CBZ downloads from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

The full 2021 digital schedule:

6 January Armoured Gideon – John Tomlinson, Alan McKenzie (w) Simon Jacob, Sean Phillips (a)

3 February Revere – John Smith (w) Simon Harrison (a)

3 March The Mean Arena Volume 1: The Southampton Sharks – Tom Tully (w) John Richardson, Steve Dillon, Johnny Johnstone (a)

7 April Flesh: Midnight Cowboys – Pat Mills (w) James McKay (a)

5 May Time Flies – Garth Ennis (w) Philip Bond, John Beeston, Roger Langridge (a)

2 June Slaughter Bowl – John Smith (w) Paul Peart (a)

7 July Aquila Volume II: The Burning Fields – Gordon Rennie (w) Paul Davidson, Patrick Goddard (a)

4 August Bad City Blue – Alan Grant (w) Robin Smith (a)

1 September Firekind – John Smith (w) Paul Marshall (a)

6 October – Dark Justice: Torture Garden – David Hine (w) Nick Percival (a)

3 November – Tales from the Black Museum: Volume One – including John Wagner, Al Ewing, Dan Abnett, Simon Spurrier, John Smith, Alan Grant (w) Shaun Thomas, John Ridgway, Dylan Teague, Rufus Dayglo, Dean Ormston (a)

1 December Durham Red: Born Bad – Alec Worley (w) Ben Willsher, Lee Carter (a)

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2000 AD unveils new digital releases for 2021

From demon-hunting robots to dinosaur-hunting cowboys, soul-hunting centurions to pirate-hunting time-travellers – Rebellion is pleased to announce a brand new series of digital-only 2000 AD collections for 2021!

Featuring work by Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Boys), Sean Phillips (Criminal, Reckless), Al Ewing (Immortal Hulk), John Wagner (Judge Dredd), Alan Grant (Batman), and Pat Mills (Marshal Law), the new series of digital collections will bring together thrills old and new – including some that have never been available digitally before!

The new digital releases will be available from the 2000 AD app for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices, as DRM-free PDF/CBZ downloads from the 2000 AD webshop, and on Amazon Kindle devices.

Ben Smith, Head of Film, TV and Publishing at Rebellion, said: “This new series of digital-only collections available from our app and webshop are a fantastic dive into 2000 AD’s incredible backlist. Our archives are bursting at the seams with hidden gems that have either never been collected or just haven’t been digitised before, so it’s great to be able to make them available. The advance of digital-only collections is that we can bring these classics direct to the readers without having to add even more books to our already bumper publishing schedule.”

The new digital-first schedule begins in January with a special edition of John Tomlinson and Simon Jacob’s Armoured Gideon, which features never-before-reprinted extra stories ‘No, No, Nanette’ from 2000 AD Prog 722, ‘Starhavon’s Edge’ from the 1990 2000 AD Sci Fi Special and ‘Making Movies’ from the 1992 2000 AD Sci Fi Special. Gideon is a mechanical ghost-buster from the abode of demons, dubbed ’The Edge’, who keeps the temporal plane clear of supernatural interference!

Old school fans will once again be able to dive into Tom Tully, John Richardson, Steve Dillon and Johnny Johnstone’s The Mean Arena, a brutal mix of rugby, football and all-out street brawls, devised by greedy promoters and played in evacuated towns where the possibility of death lurks around every corner!

The schedule includes three treats from the oeuvre of writer John Smith – post-apocalyptic fever dream Revere, dinosaurs-meet-Running ManSlaughter Bowl, and the stunningly beautiful environmental tale Firekind. And there are also modern series such as the latest collection of Ancient Roman soul-hunter Aquila by Gordon Rennie, Paul Davidson and Patrick Goddard; David Hine and Nick Percival’s body horror Dark Judges series, Torture Garden; and mutant bounty hunting with Durham Red by Alec Worley, Ben Willsher and Lee Carter.

The full 2021 digital schedule:

6 January     Armoured Gideon – John Tomlinson, Alan McKenzie (w) Simon Jacob, Sean Phillips (a)

3 February    Revere – John Smith (w) Simon Harrison (a)

3 March    The Mean Arena Volume 1: All To Slay For – Tom Tully (w) John Richardson, Steve Dillon, Johnny Johnstone (a)

7 April        Flesh: Midnight Cowboys – Pat Mills (w) James McKay (a)

5 May        Time Flies – Garth Ennis (w) Philip Bond, John Beeston, Roger Langridge (a)

2 June        Slaughter Bowl – John Smith (w) Paul Peart (a)

7 July        Aquila Volume II: The Burning Fields – Gordon Rennie (w) Paul Davidson, Patrick Goddard (a)

4 August    Bad City Blue – Alan Grant (w) Robin Smith (a)

1 September    Firekind – John Smith (w) Paul Marshall (a)

6 October    Dark Justice: Torture Garden – David Hine (w) Nick Percival (a)

3 November     Tales from the Black Museum: Volume One – including John Wagner, Al Ewing, Dan Abnett, Simon Spurrier, John Smith, Alan Grant (w) Shaun Thomas, John Ridgway, Dylan Teague, Rufus Dayglo, Dean Ormston (a)

1 December    Durham Red: Born Bad – Alec Worley (w) Ben Willsher, Lee Carter (a)

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OUT NOW IN DIGITAL – Battler Britton by Hugo Pratt

Out now in digital from the Treasury of British Comics webshop and the 2000 AD app – the Battler Britton collection is out now!

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The second book in the series of collections reprinting every story drawn by Hugo Pratt, the Italian art maestro meets one of the most popular British comic book characters: Battler Britton!

Battler Britton is a World War Two air ace as skilled a fighter on land as he is in his Spitfire. In 1960, Hugo Pratt drew two of his adventures – Wagons of Gold and Rockets of Revenge – and they are to be reprinted in graphic novel format for the first time.

These fast-paced adventure stories feature the classic character facing off against the Nazis and this second book continues Rebellion’s mission to bring all of Pratt’s work back into print. 

Readers of Corto Maltese will love these forgotten classic war stories from the world renowned comic book artist, published in a format larger than originally published to show off his impressive and universally-lauded artwork.