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Pre-order the Evil Genius 2: World Domination magazine special now

Calling all evil geniuses! The hotly anticipated lair-building strategy management game Evil Genius 2: World Domination is coming to your computer screen AND the comic book page!

Evil Genius 2: World Domination is out on 30 March – and the Evil Genius magazine special will take you behind-the-scenes on the new chapter in this acclaimed title!


This 48-page special magazine features interviews with the creative team behind the game, character profiles of all the new playable characters and a rundown of the new special features

It will also include brand new comic book stories featuring the Evil Genius characters, their extraordinary henchmen, and their downtrodden minions!

Written by Kate Heartfield (The Magician’s Workshop) and Karl Stock (Future Shocks), and drawn by Elkys Nova (Tammy & Jinty) and Leigh Wortley (And Then Everybody Died), the brand new comic book stories explore the world of this critically-acclaimed game!

The Evil Genius special is out on 7 April, priced at £4.99, and will be available from all good newsagents. It is available to pre-order now from the Rebellion and 2000 AD web stores and also as part of the Evil Genius 2: World Domination Collector’s Edition.

The Collector’s Edition is available to pre-order now via the Rebellion Store at up to 15% off – with all pre-orders coming with the Aurora Borealis, Fountain of Youth and Trojan Horse in-game items FREE.

For more information please visit

About Rebellion
Founded in 1992, Rebellion is one of Europe’s biggest independent studios. Its flagship Sniper Elite series is renowned for its authentic stealth and sniping gameplay with more than 20 million players worldwide. 2000 AD is synonymous with the absolute finest in British comic book art. With the acquisition of a $100m film studio and the world’s largest archive of English language comics, Rebellion continues to grow from strength to strength.
Rebellion now operates across books, comics, TV and film, but at its core it’s still a leading developer and publisher of games. Whether it’s the breathtaking intensity of Sniper Elite 4, the face-hugging terror of Aliens vs. Predator or the grindhouse frenzy of the Zombie Army series, the Oxford-based studio is revered for creating stand-out games designed to thrill.

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Rebellion announces comic book specials for 2021!

From mighty warriors fighting through way across distant lands to the high-danger streets of the future megalopolis and bonkers Halloween monster fun – there’s something for everyone with the Rebellion comic book specials this year!

Rebellion is pleased to announce its roster of comic books specials for 2021, which will be available from all good newsagents and comic book stores, as well as from the 2000 AD and Treasury of British Comics webshops.

After her appearance in the Scream! & Misty Special, by popular demand the sword-swinging Black Beth is back in Black Beth and the Devils of Al-Kadesh! Written by Alec Worley (Durham Red) and drawn by DaNi (Coffin Bound), Beth is a warrior-woman born in anger and forged in rage. She and her blind aide Quido have travelled to the wicked city of Shadrivar, in search of the evil witch Anis-Amuun.

Many think that she is long dead, but a mage called Estevan believes otherwise. He charges Beth with a quest to destroy the witch, initiating a sea-spanning quest which pits Beth’s curved blade against all manner of mystical creatures…and possibly Anis-Amuun herself!

The 2000 AD Sci-Fi Special is back for a fantastic collection of original Dredd-world stories, all connected to the same over-arching narrative and plotted by writers Mike Carroll (Judge Dredd) and Maura McHugh (Anderson, Psi Division). Dive into the dystopian world of Judge Dredd as he brings law to the lawless on the mean streets of Mega-City One!

And the popular 1970s comic book Monster Fun is back for Halloween 2021! Join the Treasury of British Comics’ creepiest and coolest goblins, ghouls and vamps for brand new, HELL-arious comic strips in the The Monster Fun Halloween Spooktacular! Everyone’s favourite monsters – including Frankie Stein, Kid Kong, Draculass, Teddy Scare, and the Hire A Horror crew – have returned, courtesy of creators including Tom Paterson, Chris Garbutt, Matt Baxter, Juni Ba and Lew Stringer! If that wasn’t enough, a brand new Leopard from Lime Street tale sees Selbridge’s premier superhero face off against a fantastic new foe!

Specials editor Keith Richadson said: “We’ve got an eclectic mix of specials this year from a whole special dedicated to swords-and-sorcery character Black Beth and a revival of Monster Fun, one of those fantastic all-ages titles from the 1970s.

“Despite the many obstacles put in our way last year, Rebellion’s 2020 roster of specials were a great success. While the world strives to resolve the terrible crisis that we still find ourselves in, we’ve scaled back the number of specials this year – but we’re keeping the quality high thanks to our roster of brilliant creators.”

Black Beth and the Devils of Al-Kadesh

  • Publication date: 23 June
  • Pages: 48
  • Price: £4.99

2000 AD Sci-Fi Special

  • Publication date: 7 July
  • Pages: 48
  • Price: £4.99

The Monster Fun Halloween Spooktacular

  • Publication date: 22 September
  • Pages: 48
  • Price: TBC

Art credits:

  • Black Beth cover by Andrea Bulgarelli
  • Gah! art by Tom Paterson
  • Hell’s Angel art by Chris Garbutt
  • Hire A Horror art by Matt Baxter
  • Tokoloshe art by Juni Ba
  • Wiz War art by Lew Stringer
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OUT NOW: Misty & Scream! Special

Just in time for Hallowe’en, the Misty & Scream! special returns with another 48-page anthology stuffed with scares to create a new generation from British horror fans!


The Prince of Darkness comes face to face with an old foe in The Dracula Files from Cavan Scott and Vincenzo Riccardi; Black Beth‘s quest for vengeance continues thanks to the fevered minds of Alec Worley and DaNi; and Kek-W and Simon Coleby reveal the ghoulish World War I air ace, Black Max, attempting to cross back over into the world of the living!

Plus there’s three frightfully fresh stories to shock your socks off – Thief of Senses by Maura Mchugh and Robin Henley; Bumps in the Night by Olivia Hicks and John Lucas, and The Aegis by Kristyna Baczynski and Mary Safro!

So lock your doors and hide under the duvet as this is the spookiest read you’ve encounter this Hallowe’en!

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Have a super special summer – Tammy & Jinty is out now!

Forget the gloom of a spring spent in lockdown, summer is properly here with the brand new Tammy & Jinty Special 2020!

These two spectacular tales of courage and awe are guaranteed to chase the blues away, with work by Rachael Smith (Wired Up Wrong), RAMZEE (Zorse), Yishan Li (Hellboy & The B.P.R.D.), and Elkys Nova (Roy of the Rovers), plus a cover by Marguerite Sauvage (DC Bombshells)!


In Boarding School, Tabatha and her little brother Richard are the only pupils in a mysterious old building. The only other people they have ever seen are the Governesses – four teachers who fawn over the younger sibling but treat Tabatha very badly. Does it have something to do with Richard’s special power? When Tabatha finds a new friend in the outside world, her old life quickly starts to unravel.

An old favourite from the pages of the Sally returns as fourteen-year-old Claire finds an old cat costume in her mother’s wardrobe and wears it to a social media star’s party, unware that she has just donned the magical mantle of the super-sleek crime fighter, Cat-Girl!

And we get an inside scoop on what it was like to write for girl’s comics in their heyday, as Alison Fitt (known then as Alison Christie) talks about her experiences working for Jinty and Tammy on such strips as ‘Heart of Stone’, ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ and ‘Ping Pong Paula’.

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Pre-order the Battle 2020 special now!

The most popular British war comic of all time is back in time to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of Britain!

Running from 1975 to 1988, Battle wasn’t just a war comic – it was the vanguard of a comics revolution! Created by Pat Mills and John Wagner, it featured an array of tough, no-nonsense characters and was the home of acclaimed strips such as Charley’s War, Johnny Red, HMS Nightshade, Fighting Mann, Darkie’s Mob, and many more!

The new Battle special, marking 80 years since the Battle of Britain, is out on 16th September with all-new stories from some of the best talent in comics, including Garth Ennis, Alex De Campi, Dan Abnett and many more!

Alongside the standard newsstand edition, a special edition – available exclusively from the Treasury of British Comics and 2000 AD webshops – comes with a wraparound cover by acclaimed aviation artist Keith Burns!



In this special, creators pay tribute to Battle‘s lasting influence as well as to those who have fought in wars across the globe. Legendary writer Garth Ennis (Preacher) and Keith Burns send the Rat Pack on one more mission, Rob Williams (Judge Dredd) and PJ Holden (The Stringbags) take to the icy seas in Destroyer.

Alan Grant (Batman) and Davide Fabbri (Star Wars) tell a story of The Few in Battle of Britain, Alan Hebden (Major Eazy) revives his classic character El Mestizo with artist Brett McKee, while Alex De Campi (Madi) and Glenn Fabry (Sláine) head into the jungles of Vietnam in Bravo, Black Lion.

And there’s so much more hard-hitting action from Kek-W (The Fall of Deadworld), Staz Johnson(Rogue Trooper), Dan Abnett (Guardians of the Galaxy), Jimmy Broxton (Vampirella), Karl Stock (The Vigilant), Simon Coleby (Jaegir), Peter Briggs (Hellboy), Eoin Marron (James Bond), Lew Stringer (Combat Colin), and Tom Paterson (Dennis the Menace)!

Standard cover by Nelson Dániel
Special edition cover by Keith Burns
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Pre-order the 2000 AD Summer Special!

Marking 20 years since the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic joined games developer Rebellion, the 2000 AD Summer Special is a 100-page celebration of the last two decades!

Mixing brand new stories with classic cuts from the archives – this special features a cover from superstar artist Jock, and new tales from Al Ewing on Judge Dredd, Dan Abnett on Kingdom and Ian Edginton on The Red Seas, plus a delve into the archives featuring Nikolai Dante and Sinister Dexter, and features exploring Rebellion’s tenure as 2000 AD publisher! Don’t miss this birthday bonanza!

Available from all good newsagents and comic book stores on Wednesday 24th June!


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OUT NOW: Smash! Special 2020

It’s the biggest, brightest, baddest bundle of heroes and anti-heroes this side of the multiverse – it’s the SMASH! special and it’s out now!

Featuring seven new adventures from some of the most popular British superheroes of all time – including Steel Claw, The Spider and Thunderbolt – this 64-page giant includes work by top comics talent such as  Charlie Higson (The Fast ShowYoung Bond) Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead) as well as Rob Williams (Judge DreddSuicide Squad), John McCrea (HitmanThe Boys), Suyi Davies Okungbowa (David Mogo, Godhunter), Chris Weston (The FilthStar Wars: The Last Jedi), Tom Raney (Uncanny X-MenStormwatch), Valentina Pinti (The SteamsTeenage Mummy) and more!


For too long these mighty heroes have slumbered, but these action-packed stories from a host of terrific creators see them burst from the archives for all-new adventures!

The Spider by Rob Williams, John McCrea, Mike Spicer and Simon Bowland
Thunderbolt the Avenger by Helen O’Hara (w) Valentina Pinti, Jim Boswell and Ozvaldo Sanchez
Johnny Future by Anita Break, Tom Raney, and Gary Caldwell
The Steel Claw by Charlie Higson, Charlie Adlard and Simon Bowland
Mytek the Mighty by Suyi Davies Okungbowa, Anand Radhakrishnan and Deeganto Joardar
Cursitor Doom/Jason Hyde by Maura McHugh and Andreas Butzbach
The House of Dolmann by Simon Furman, Chris Weston and Jim Campbell

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SMASH! – pre-order now!

It’s the biggest, brightest, baddest bundle of heroes and anti-heroes this side of the multiverse – it’s the SMASH! special and it’s available to pre-order now from Rebellion!

Featuring seven new adventures from some of the most popular British superheroes of all time – including Steel Claw, The Spider and Thunderbolt – this 64-page giant includes work by top comics talent such as  Charlie Higson (The Fast Show, Young Bond) Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead) as well as Rob Williams (Judge Dredd, Suicide Squad), John McCrea (Hitman, The Boys), Suyi Davies Okungbowa (David Mogo, Godhunter), Chris Weston (The Filth, Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Tom Raney (Uncanny X-Men, Stormwatch), Valentina Pinti (The Steams, Teenage Mummy) and more!


For too long these mighty heroes have slumbered, but these action-packed stories from a host of terrific creators see them burst from the archives for all-new adventures! Thrill to the exploits of:

The Steel Claw by Charlie Higson and Charlie Adlard 

The Spider written by Rob Williams and John McCrea

Mytek the Mighty by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

Johnny Future by Tom Raney

House of Dolman by Simon Furman and Chris Weston

Thunderbolt by Helen O’Hara and Valentina Pinti

Cursitor Doom by Maura McHugh and Andreas Butzbach

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Comic book specials just 99p each!

Whether you’re looking for some lockdown entertainment or a way to keep the kids occupied during the Easter holidays, there are comic book delights for all tastes and ages in the Easter Specials sale!

From classic British superheroes to belly laughs aplenty, from scare stories to scintillating sci-fi there’s comic book delights for less – with selected specials just 99p for both digital and print!

Select from this cornucopia of comics and make your Easter break go with a bang!

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Pre-order the Cor!! Buster Easter Special!

Prepare your funny bones for the biggest and brightest humour comic in Britain – the Cor!! Buster Special is back!

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!

Order your copy now >>

Out on 8 April from all good newsagents and comic book stores, this bumper issue includes: Buster & Delbert by John Freeman & Lew Stringer; Kid Kong by Alec Worley & Hilary Barta; Faceache by Matt Smith & John Lucas; Gah! by Keith Richardson & Tom Paterson; Deadly Hedley by Paul Goodenough & Rositsa Vangelova; Ivor Lott & Tony Broke with Penny Less and Milly O’Naire by Ned Hartley & Mick Cassidy; Sweeny Toddler by Tom Paterson; Swines Of Anarchy by Lee Langford & Pye Parr; Daisy Jones’ Locker by Olivia Hicks, Sheli Paroline & Braden Lamb; Birdman & Chicken by Keith Richardson & Edward Whatley; Frankie Stein by Cavan Scott & Steve Mannion; Duck Turpin by Robin Etherington & David Follett; Creature Teacher by Lee Langford & Brett Parson; and Grimly Feendish by Ned Hartley & Tom Paterson.