From madcap mayhem to eerie horror, from the mean streets to deep space – get all the skinny on what’s coming out from the House of Tharg this November!

Issues of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, and our graphic novels 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 September.

2000 AD PROGS 2256-2259

2256 on sale 3 November 2021
2257 on sale 10 November 2021
2258 on sale 17 November 2021
2259 on sale 24 November 2021

Pack arrives in North American stores 22 December 2021

Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! Prog 2256 is the fourth bumper Regened all-ages takeover issue featuring complete stories. Cadet Dredd and his clone-brother Rico take to the streets of Mega-City One for Lawmaster handling with a difference; Middenface McNulty has some canine help in ‘Strontium Dug’ by David Baillie and Colin MacNeil; young wizards have a schooling in ‘Lowborn High’ by David Barnett and Philip Bond; plus lots more! Meanwhile, in Progs 2257-2259, Judge Dredd’s life is turned into a musical, courtesy of Rob Williams and Chris Weston, The Diaboliks battle a gang of supernatural villains in ‘London Calling’ by Gordon Rennie and Dom Reardon; Cyd meets one of the universe’s most celebrated pop stars in ‘The Out’ by Dan Abnett and Mark Harrison; the war against the Martians intensifies in Scarlet Traces: Storm Front by Ian Edginton and D’Israeli; and it’s Dexter vs dinosaurs, by Dan Abnett and Tazio Bettin!

32pp, weekly, £3.10 / $26.50 (per pack)



On sale 17 November 2021 (UK) 17 December 2021 (North America)

More action and adventure in the future-shocked world of Judge Dredd! The lawman is determined to crack down on strange wall-scrawling in ‘A Dream of a Thousand Flowers’ by Ken Niemand and Colin MacNeil; Devlin Waugh has one last chance in Hell in ‘The Reckoning’ by Ales Kot and Mike Dowling; The Returners reach the end of the road in ‘Amazonia’ by Matt Smith and Nicolo Assirelli; there’s double trouble in Tale From the Black Museum: Double Jeopardy by Paul Starkey and Nick Dyer; and Angel enacts his vengeance in the finale to Angelic: ‘Restitution’ by Gordon Rennie and Lee Carter. Plus there’s interviews, features, and in the bagged GN the Alienist returns for ‘Inhuman Natures’ by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby and Eoin Coveney!

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



A hardback collection of some of the funniest strips in British comics, from legendary humour cartoonist Tom Paterson! Scottish artist Tom Paterson is one of the most inventive and influential cartoonists British comics have produced. Inspired by the work of George Martin, Leo Baxendale and Ken Reid, Tom became a comic artist at a young age, working for Fleetway and DC Thomsons on such classic strips as Sweeny Toddler, Calamity James, Buster, Grimly Feendish, The Numskulls, Bananaman and Dennis the Menace. This collection features some of Tom’s outstanding colour and black & white strip work for IPC/Fleetway from titles like Buster, Whoopee!, Jackpot, Whizzer & Chips and Oink! amongst others. With quotes from the man himself and some extra, added treasures, this is a must have for fans of British humour comics both young and old!


Black widows, femme fatales, mad scientists and giant spiders abound in this collection of horrifying Misty stories, all drawn by horror comics maestro Jaume Rumeu Perera, also known as Homero! This collection celebrates one of the most iconic villains in British girls’ comics: the lethal Mrs. Webb, a raging femme fatale with killer style and a bone to pick with the British Establishment. Determined to take over the country with her army of giant arachnids, only two schoolgirls stand between her and global domination! Full of stunning artwork, terrifying twists, beautiful but deadly women, and, of course, giant spiders, this is an essential comic for any horror connoisseur!


The Fourth volume of the best-selling sci-fi detective series – Detective Bridget Kurtis has to solve a brand new mystery. The entire planet of Mercury seems to have vanished and a video clip is implicated in what looks like a mass-kill … as always on the brink of existence, truth may be stranger than fiction. In the late 21st century, after humanity has left the Earth it poisoned and now huddles in deep-space Habitats, life on these cramped, overcrowded stations is tense, with many spilling over into madness. HSD cop Bridget Kurtis has investigated cults and murders that have driven her to the very edge, but now she must stop the spread of a viral video clip which sends viewers insane…


One of The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Best Comics of 2020’ and following from the pages of Rebellion’s Judge Dredd Free Comic Book Day title! The year is 2035 and American society is crumbling, the police force become judge and jury, dispensing justice on the streets. Police brutality in response to public protests sparks even greater restrictions on what American citizens are free to do. This is the horror story of a descent into fascism and the beginnings of the world of Judge Dredd.