2000AD #1887

Publisher: 2000AD Release Date: June 25, 2014 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Edward Jun 24, 2014

    Finally, we have more Grey Area. Dan Abnett offers plenty of excitement, although the script is full of suspense more than action. Still, it ties into the larger story, keeps interest throughout and comes with some vibrant, stunning artwork courtesy of Mark Harrison: Harrison's style really helps to portray the epic nature of Abnett's work. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Gizmo Sep 25, 2014

    -- JUDGE DREDD // TRAUMATOWN: Sweet ending. Michael Carroll has been crafting excellent Post-Chaos Day stories; really takes advantage of new territory. I hope to see Nick Percival on the Dredd art again very soon, fantastic work all around. -- TIME TWISTERS // BURPING HITLER: Short and sweet, I don't know if it will ever get tiresome to make "screw you" stories to Hitler -- INDIGO PRIME // PERFECT DAY: Actually, I'm a little disappointed that this is the evil scheme. *Spoilers* Replacing Jesus with Cthulhu doesn't mean that a twisted form of Christianity would arise from it. I think it's also trying to allude to drone aircraft somehow at the end too. I don't know, it gets too convoluted; and what the hell was the point of the elders in the robot suits a few progs back? -- GREY AREA // NEARER MY GOD TO THEE: The art has actually gotten much better, the inks could still use some variety in weight/thickness but it's heading in the right direction. I like the tension building up in the story as well, can't wait for the next prog. -- OVERALL: Only Four strips this week. We get a double length Indigo Prime, but wasn't really worth it so I can't help feeling a little jipped.

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