The latest title in 2000 AD‘s series of digital-only collections, John Smith and Paul Peart’s Slaughter Bowl is a no-holds-barred, riot of reptilian rampage!
It’s the worst day of Stanley Modest’s life. He’s been fired, no-one likes him, and the doctors want to pull the plug on his dangerously ill wife. To top it all off the police find hundreds of bodies buried in his house – including his own children!
Although he protests his innocence he is convicted and ends up on death row.
For Stanley, there is only one way out – the Slaughter Bowl! A deadly battle royale where criminals riding dinosaurs attempt to annihilate each other for cash and prizes!
Collected in digital-only graphic novel form for the first time, this unforgettable strip was part of 2000 AD’s infamous ‘Summer Offensive’ in 1993, when writers Mark Millar, Grant Morrison, and John Smith were let loose to rewrite the recipe for thrill-power with an all-out assault on the senses!
Will Stanley survive? Will he earn enough for his wife’s life-saving surgery? And where did all those bodies come from? Find out for yourself in Slaughter Bowl!
And don’t forget – if you purchase a discounted 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!
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 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)