It's the return of the feature that's taking the internet by storm as I look back at what sci-fi majesty 2000 AD was flinging at us exactly thirty eight years ago. Who could forget that epic day in March when I first launched this feature?
Well, clearly I could because I did, which means I totally forgot to to do this feature in April, meaning I'm now a month behind.
Then again, 2000 AD is still for sale in 2015 AD which makes it a full fifteen years behind, so at least I'm not that bad.
It's all gone a bit Weird War Tales.
I assume MACH MAN was M.A.C.H.1 and had temporarily forgotten his own name at the sight of rampaging skeletons heading towards him.
Dan Dare having trouble with his Biogs.
It's the first issue of 2000 AD I ever owned.
I was so impressed by it that I cut the cover off it and glued it in my scrapbook. I like to think that did wonders for the value of the comic.
It's nice to see Deathlok paying a visit to the 2000 AD universe.
I think this might be the Harlem Heroes' first cover.
Bill Savage has yet to make a front cover. Has all his fighting against the Volgans been in vain? Did he blow up the Channel Tunnel for nothing?
You see? This is what should have been in those Judge Dredd movies. Did the people who made them not have a clue?
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