We’re very pleased to unveil a preview of the first episode of the new Thrill by Dan Abnett (Sinister Dexter, Insurrection) and INJ Culbard (Brass Sun) – Brink!
This brand-new series is a deepspace police procedural drama set in the aftermath of mankind’s evacuation from Earth.
The human race now populates a number of orbiting Habitats, artificial environments that are breeding grounds for drug crime, murder and all sorts of insanity, and Habitat Security Division officers Carl Brinkmann and Bridget Kurtis are about to investigate a case that will take them to the very edge.
Don’t miss a single zarjaz episode of this tense, eerie thriller, Terrans, which will keep your circuits stoked over the next three months!
The new Sláine story – Brutania Chronicles Book 3: Psychopomp – begins in 2000 AD Prog 1979 on Wednesday 4th May and we’re delighted to give 2000 AD fans a sneak peek of Simon Davis’ gorgeous artwork on this new series!
Written by Pat Mills, this series picks up directly where we left off at the end of the previous book, the woad warrior is going head to head with the powerful Primordial, whom Sláine has learnt is his old friend Gort, who submitted himself to the evil Drune Lords for experimentation. The bloodletting is only just beginning as the barbarian battles not just childhood pals but secrets about his own past.
The master draws the living god – Carlos Ezquerra pens this week’s cover as Tharg the Mighty celebrates Prog 1977, the corrsponding year of 2000 AD‘s inception!
Inside this week’s Prog:
Judge Dredd: The Grindstone Cowboys by Michael Carroll, Colin MacNeil, Len O’Grady, and Annie Parkhouse
Survival Geeks: Geeks Fatales by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby, Neil Googe, Gary Caldwell, and Ellie De Ville
Tainted: The Fall of Deadworld by Kek-W, Dave Kendall, and Annie Parkhouse
Aquila: Charon’s Mercy by Gordon Rennie, Paul Davidson, Len O’Grady, and Ellie De Ville!
Plus, what is the secret lurking in the 2000 AD Nerve Centre? Tharg the Mighty reveals all this Prog!
2000 AD is available in print worldwide via Diamond Distribution and all good UK newsagents and comic book stores, as well as DRM-free digital from shop.2000ad.com and through the 2000 AD iPad, Android, and Windows 10 apps!