2000AD #1893

Publisher: 2000AD Release Date: August 6, 2014 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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  • 7.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Edward Aug 5, 2014

    Finally, we round this week off with a new Jaegir. Gordon Rennie makes for a more interesting approach this time round, with an explosive cold opening and some stronger ties to the original Rogue Trooper title. The main premise isn't quite clear yet but Rennie's ideas alongside the grim aesthetics of Simon Coleby's pencils and Len O'Grady's colors help sell the concept. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Gizmo Jan 19, 2015

    -- JUDGE DREDD // A NIGHT IN SYLVIA PLATH: Awesome throwback to a Judge Death story from Judge Dredd Megazine vol 1. What a great way to revisit the legacy of Judge Death without actually involving him personally. It just makes me more excited for the time when he finally rears his ugly head once again. John Wagner's story here is told very efficiently without loosing the entertainment value. -- AQUILA // CARNIFEX: This entry is a little short and forgettable in the grand scheme of things. Aquila is playing two sides and it's getting dangerous. -- BRASS SUN // FLOATING WORLDS: This entry is short as well, but it has one big moment with a giant flying angler fish creature that looks spectacular, plus a little romance to keep us grounded. So it may be short, but it's sweet. -- BLACK SHUCK // PART THREE: I'm struggling to follow the story in this week to week, too much timeline jumping and it's not particularly interesting. -- JAEGIR // CIRCE: There's some less than necessary action in an attempt to open with excitement, but the referencing to Rogue Trooper is sure to excite longtime readers. -- OVERALL: Average prog, Dredd and Brass Sun are great but the rest, particularly Black Shuck, are forgettable.

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