In October 1977, the Sex Pistols released a legendary album whose title was such a challenge to public propriety that I cannot even name it here for fear that the skies themselves shall spin out of orbit and crash into the sun.
But what of the galaxy's greatest comic? Did we find it in equally stroppy mood?
Well here's where we find out. I shall though make no comment on each individual issue this time, on the grounds that I can't remember anything at all about what happened in any of them.
However, the estimable Comicvine informs me that issue #34 features a schematic of Judge Dredd's Lawgiver, which is handy for those of us who may one day wish to venture out into the terrors of the Cursed Earth and will need to make ourselves a weapon with which to face it.
The big news, however, is that issue #36 sees Shako being dropped from the comic, to make way for the return of the Harlem Heroes.
What kind of madness is this?
They'd drop the world's greatest homicidal polar bear to make way for a bunch of basketball players? Surely a deadly form of space insanity must have claimed Tharg for him to commit such an atrocity against literature.
Regardless, here are those covers...
Keep Those Things Away From Me - Novel
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