Meat The Sc4rabs!
Also in this week’s ghafflebette Prog-
2000AD/Crossovers-Judge Dredd Crossovers!
Looking for classic Thrills?
A great starting point for new readers looking for classic 2000AD series and also some more obscure Thrills that have rarely been reprinted,2000AD Extreme Editions collects some of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic™ best-loved strips.
Above:2000AD Extreme Edition X04(10Aug’04).Creepy-crawly cover art-Henry Flint
Featuring the cream of UK comics’ talent;
Pat Mills. John Wagner. Al Ewing. Matt Smith. John Smith. Andy Diggle. Dan Abnett. Jamie Delano. Henry Flint. Edmund Bagwell. Ben Willsher. Kevin Walker. Carlos Trigo. Cam Kennedy. Colin MacNeil. Alan Davis.
Top:D.R & Quinch do Action Comics#1.
Middle r:Judge Dredd swings through Mega-City One a la the cover of Amazing Fantasy#15.
Middle l:2000AD heroes burst out of the page,similar to Giant-Size X-Men#1!
Bottom:Henry’s zarjaz cover itself,featuring a discerning 2000AD reader!
Co-written with John Wagner too.
Henry Flint’s stunning art from Judge Dredd,“Chaos Day”,in 2000AD,minus text and colours. Henry Flint proves that he is one of the greatest artists working in the comics industry today,here in the U.K or abroad,including the U.S. Go to links above to see more of Flint’s art from the series. If you haven’t read the John Wagner scripted “Chaos Day”,all the back issues are available at 2000AD shop.
EXCLUSIVE: The Villainous Ma-Ma of “DREDD 3D” Leaps From Big Screen To Comics
Since it was announced, the promise of Lionsgate’s “DREDD 3D” film being an adaptation of the Judge Dredd character that hews closer to 2000AD’s original hardcore law enforcement officer than ever before. But even as the film takes its cues from the classic British publisher, 2000AD is drawing from the movie to entice fans of the film to the comics line.
This August sees the release of a “DREDD 3D” digital comic prequel to the film, which will feature the first comics appearance of Ma-Ma — the villainous prison warden played in the movie by “Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey.
Today, CBR News has an exclusive first look at the digital story’s painted cover by Greg Staples. The final story, written by 2000AD editor Matt Smith and approved by Dredd’s co-creator John Wagner and “DREDD” screenwriter Alex Garland, will feature the interior art will be by Henry Flint – a longtime 2000AD artist so associated with the character, his surname is used for one of the cell blocks in the film. (x)