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With its fourth - and presumably final - round of CBR-exclusive teasers, 2000 AD reveals the return of Dark Judges Death, Mortis and Fear in the "Day of Chaos" storyline.
For the third week straight, 2000 AD has provided CBR News with a trio of exclusive teaser images heralding the arrival of something decidedly evil on May 2, 2012.
Tim checks in with reviews of a handful of recent comics and graphic novels, including new work from Bryan Hitch, Jonathan Ross, Derf Backderf, Noah Van Sciver, Brendan McCarthy and more.
2000 AD has sent CBR News three new exclusive teaser images for an as-yet unnamed project slated to debut on 05.02.2012. The illustrations, featuring enigmatic icons, simply promise: "They are coming."
"2000 AD" and "Judge Dredd Megazine" editor-in-chief Matt Smith spoke with CBR News about plans for the "2000 AD" 35th Anniversary celebration, the IDW/Judge Dredd deal and his favorite stories as a fan and editor.
Rebellion has provided CBR News exclusively with three enigmatic teaser images, each boasting a different icon, a date of 05.02.12 and the statement: "They are coming."
IDW Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall spoke with CBR about plans for the newly-acquired "Judge Dredd" license, bringing one of Britain's most popular characters to the US. And yes, they'll be available in the UK.
Rebellion has announced both "2000 AD" and "Judge Dredd Megazine" will begin worldwide same-week, DRM-free digital availability of all its books in PDF and CBZ formats starting March 30.
Andy Diggle spoke with CBR about his and Jock's new "Judge Dredd Megazine" thriller, gives details on the sequel to his classic "2000 AD" thrill "Lenny Zero" and shares exclusive "Snapshot" pages.
With the news that IDW has the American rights to produce original Judge Dredd material, ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan reflects on previous attempts by American publishers to bring Dredd to the States.
Leah Moore & John Reppion spoke with CBR News about their new "Judge Dredd Megazine" story "Scouting for Bots," growing up on "2000 AD" and their take on "Before Watchmen."
CBR presents 2012 AD, a series of interviews to celebrate the 35th anniversary of "2000 AD." Pat Mills, founder and original Tharg, talks 35 years of "2000 AD," "Nemesis," "Marshal Law" and more.
"Order of the Stick" cartoonist Rich Burlew talks about his $1.25 million Kickstarter drive! SPX table space already sold out! Praise for "2000AD's" Scottish writers! Eddie Campbell on "From Hell"! Plus more!
"Calvin and Hobbes" watercolor by Bill Watterson fetches $107,000 at auction! "2000AD" at 35! Are limited, high-value premiums the key to successful Kickstarter campaigns? Plus much more!
Writer Alec Worley spoke to CBR about his ongoing "2000 AD" werewolf saga "Age of the Wolf" and the bias sci-fi and fantasy authors face. Plus an exclusive look at the next chapter.
A new photo has surfaced of Karl Urban as a scowling, helmeted Judge Dredd in director Pete Travis' upcoming adaptation of the long-running "2000 AD" comic strip. The film opens September 21.
"Zaucer of Zilk" writer Al Ewing spoke with CBR about working with comics legend Brendan McCarthy on the project, how he hopes "Zilk" will impact "2000AD," his response to being called the "next John Wagner" and more.
"The Zaucer of Zilk" artist Brendan McCarthy spoke with CBR about his return to comics after decades away from the industry, the crazy world of "Zilk" and how his work influenced "Waterworld" and "Inception."
Kristin Stewart offered the female lead in "Akira!" Matthew Modine on "Dark Knight Rises" avoiding OWS. Bill Nighy to join "I, Frankenstein." Also, "Man of Steel" sequel looking for writers and more.
Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley spoke with CBR News exclusively, revealing Hollywood negotiations for two 2000 AD properties in addition to the upcoming Karl Urban-starring "Judge Dredd" film.
Writer Andy Diggle spoke with CBR TV at NYCC about his return to 2000 AD with his and Jock's "Snapshot" thriller, bringing Marvel's Western heroes into the modern age and more.
2000 AD/Rebellion has told CBR exclusively it has struck a deal with Barnes and Noble to fill the Alan Moore-sized hole left when the bookseller pulled DC Comics' Amazon digital-exclusive titles from its shelves.
2000 AD editors Matt Smith and Keith Richardson discuss the UK comics scene, the appeal of Judge Dredd and the upcoming movie's fidelity to its source material.
Rebellion has provided CBR with a 15-page preview of "Nikolai Dante" by Robbie Morrison & Simon Fraser. Dante bursts from the pages of "2000 AD" to his own collection on July 19.
Rob Williams spoke with us about taking on "Daken: Dark Wolverine," moving the character to Los Angeles and how his work on 2000AD's "Low Life" helped prepare him to take on Marvel's most conniving character.
Courtesy of 2000AD, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Eric "The Goon" Powell's cover for "Mega-City Masters" #3 featuring the inimitable Judge Dredd. The collection hits U.S. stores April 19, 2011.
CBR has the EXCLUSIVE news that "Dredd" producer Andrew MacDonald is headed to Mark Millar's April Kapow! Comic Con in London with a first look at the Karl Urban-starring relaunch of the famed 2000AD property on film.
In advance of the film relaunch of their signature character, 2000AD release the very first still of Karl Urban as Judge Dredd from the R-rated "Dredd" which just began filming in South Africa.
"2000AD" editor Matt Smith sat down with CBR News to discuss the future of the legendary UK title, his take on the "Judge Dredd" movie and an exclusive first look at Pat Mill’s upcoming "Flesh" sequel.
Courtesy of 2000AD / Rebellion, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "Judge Dredd: Mega-City Masters 02," featuring the first-ever Judge Dredd cover art by comics legend John Romita, Jr.
CBR News spoke with famed cover artist and "Losers" co-creator Jock about "Driver: The Pursuit of Nothingness," a Wildstorm one-shot tying in with the upcoming Ubisoft game, and for an update on the "Judge Dredd" film.
Editor Keith Richardson sat down with CBR in San Diego and revealed plans for a US version of “2000AD,” never before seen in the US Alan Moore material, and the holy grail of Grant Morrison comics.