Celebrating 45 years of unbeatable Thrill-power, these are the zarjaz titles coming from Rebellion this February – available to order fromfrom Diamond!

2000 AD marks four and a half decades of comics with a special bumper Prog, complete with cover by Brian Bolland (Camelot 3000, Batman: The Killing Joke) plus the launch of the 2000 AD Encyclopedia, packed with information about our galaxy of characters and series!

All these are available to order from comic book stores from Diamond Distribution’s Previews magazine, which is out now!

If you want to order any of these titles through your local comic book store, you must place your order by 23 December!

2000 AD PROGS 2267-2270

2267 on sale 2 February 2022
2268 on sale 9 February 2022
2269 on sale 16 February 2022
2270 on sale 23 February 2022

Pack arrives in North American stores 23 March 2022

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! Proteus Vex takes on the alliance in ‘Desire Paths’; the Shadow Creatures infiltrate The Order in ‘Fantastic Voyage’; the world’s only hope lies with an Orc in Kingmaker: ‘Falls the Shadow’; and nineteenth-century Paris comes under attack by an interdimensional menace in Saphir: Liaisons Dangereuses.

Then, in the bumper Prog 2270, 2000 AD celebrates its 45th anniversary with the start of two new stories – Judge Dredd: The Citadel, a searing return to the Apocalypse War, and Brink: Mercury Retrograde, the stunning new chapter in the SF-horror drama. Plus bonus Indigo Prime and Tharg stories, and more!

32pp, weekly, £3.10 / $25.99 (per pack)



On sale 16 February 2022 (UK) 16 March 2022 (North America)

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The future lawman leads a team to the Pan-African enclave of Profundia but there are factions that want them dead in Praise Zort!; something inhuman lurks beneath Badrock in Lawless: ‘Ballots Over; Goya faces a race against time to find her family’s killers in Death Cap; Armitage gets closer to the corruption at the heart of Brit-Cit Justice Dept in Diamond Dogs III; and Zane has no choice but to get involved in the skysurfer movie in ‘Surfer’. Plus there’s the usual interviews, features, and in the bagged GN Hawk’s epic adventure continues from Garth Ennis & Henry Flint!

64pp (+ bagged 64pp graphic novel), monthly, £5.99 / $10.99



From A.B.C. Warriors to Zenith! Meticulously researched and compiled for comics fans everywhere, the 2000 AD Encyclopedia is the essential fact compendium to the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic!

What are the essential Judge Dredd stories? In which progs did The Ballad of Halo Jones run? What year was the first appearance of Nemesis the Warlock? Just who are the Thrillsuckers? Look no further, Earthlets! Every strip and major character from 2000 AD’s trailblazing 45 year history is catalogued and detailed, accompanied by stunning artwork and illustrations. With this show-stopping hardcover collection, must-read characters and storylines from across the cosmos are at your fingertips!


The Judge Dredd art of Brian Bolland is regarded as some of the greatest comic art of the Eighties, and helped catapult both the series and Brian Bolland himself to international acclaim, leading him to work on such titles as Camelot 3000 and Batman: The Killing Joke. His incredible Black & White art is showcased in this deluxe, over-sized facsimile edition featuring new high-resolution scans of his original art from 2000 AD showing Bolland’s delicate inking brushwork in unprecedented detail, as well as the titles and word balloons placed over it at the time by IPC’s art team. It promises to be an unmissable collection for fans of comics and of fine art.


The first collection of the Spider stories originally published as part of the Picture Library series, these long-lost and fast-paced pulp adventure stories have never been reprinted before, written by Jerry Siegel (co-creator of Superman) and Donne Avenell (Picture Library: Battle Stations, Dr Mesmer’s Revenge).

The Spider is the uncrowned king of the New York underworld, so elusive to the police that he even manages to taunt the Police Commissioner at his retirment party. But Professor Aldo Cummings, a famous but ill-tempered scientist, determined to stop the schemes of the Spider once and for all, invents a ray-machine which will eliminate the evil from a person’s personality. But a tragic miscalculation will turn Professor Cummings into the Professor of Power, and he will seek a more direct confrontation with the Spider.