In this issue: Judge Dredd: Harvey by John Wagner with art by John McCrea, colours by Mike Spicer and letters by Annie Parkhouse
Defoe: Diehards by Pat Mills with art by Colin MacNeil and letters by Ellie De Ville
Brink: Skeleton Life by Dan Abnett with art by INJ Culbard and letters by Simon Bowland
Scarlet Traces: Cold War – Book 2 by Ian Edginton with art by D’Israeli and letters by Annie Parkhouse
Cursed: The Fall of Deadworld by Kek-W with art by Dave Kendall and letters by Annie Parkhouse
Another solid prog with plenty for everyone. Harvey is prime slice of Dredd and I’m looking forward to the conclusion next issue. Defoe is a series I’ve not been a huge fan of but the artwork by Colin MacNeil is gorgeous and I’m intrigued by the story. Brink is a slow burner and both Scarlet Traces and Cursed are gripping stories with great art.
In it’s 40th anniversary year 2000AD is still going strong.
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