Rebellion Developments, which owns the rights to Judge Dredd, is starting a $100 million film and TV studio in England.
Aspiring artists will get a shot at 2000 AD fame with the long-running anthology's new Art Stars competition, starting with a focus on Judge Dredd.
Titled 2000 AD Sci-Fi Special, the issue includes women from all over the comics industry, including Alex De Campi, Tula Lotay and more.
2000 AD Prog #2008 with stories by Arthur Wyatt, Pat Mills, Gordon Rennie & Peter Milligan. Available Wednesday, November 23rd.
Stories by Rob Williams, Pat Mills, Gordon Rennie and Peter Milligan in this edition of 2000 AD Prog #2006.
Rogue tracks a traitor, but is he walking into a trap? 2000 AD Prog #2003: On the Warpath!
Remember, impersonating a Judge, especially Judge Dredd, is a serious crime and WILL land you in the Iso-Cubes for decades.
The one, the only, the legendary 2000 AD bursts forth from its sell-out 2,000th issue with one of the strongest line-ups in years!
With 2000 AD's landmark 2000th Prog finally here, we spoke with editor Matt Smith to find out more about the milestone release.
To celebrate the release of "2000 AD" #2000, CBR takes a look at some of the British sci-fi anthology's biggest series.
Borag Thungg Earthlets and beware! The newly formed Judge may be 1/6th the size of his Mega-City namesake but Gr,ud be with you if you don’t pay your respects!
In this issue: Judge Dredd: Well Gel by TC Eglington, Paul Marshall, Chris Blythe, and Annie Parkhouse; Jaegir: Warchild by Gordon Rennie, Simon Coleby, Len O’Grady, and Simon Bowland; Scarlet Traces: Cold War by Ian Edginton, D’Israeli, and Annie Parkhouse, and more!
John Wagner, Emma Beeby, Ian Edginton, Carlos Ezquerra, Nick Dyer, Karl Richardson and more serve up bold new tales in the latest addition of the hit anthology series 2000 AD.
CBR has the exclusive reveal of the acclaimed "Batman Incorporated" artist's Judge Dredd cover for "2000 AD's" 2000th issue.