2000AD #2050

2000AD #2050

Publisher: 2000AD Release Date: September 27, 2017 Cover Price: $7.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
8.4Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

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Prog 2050 is a bumper-sized 48pp jumping-on issue, featuring a whole new roster of stories. Celtic barbarian Slaine battles the gods that seek to enslave mankind in "Archon" by Pat Mills and Simon Davis; transdimensional troubleshooters Indigo Prime are back in "A Dying Art" by John Smith and Lee Carter; there's war on Earth for the Exo Transfer Squads in Grey Area: "Homeland Security" by Dan Abnett and Mark Harrison; plus a special one-off Rogue Trooper story from Starman and Scarlet Witch writer James Robinson, and much more!

  • 10
    Comics: The Gathering - ModernPanther Sep 26, 2017

    Prog 2050 displays some of the many worlds of 2000AD, with something in every genre from a wide range of creators. It’s the perfect starting point. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Pop Culture Uncovered - Ray W Sep 30, 2017

    Following the fall of the resistance base, Judge Fairfax is taken to the capital of Deadworld. Ive been enjoying this story, and seeing how people are surviving in this harsh environment. Fairfax takes a backseat here, but instead focuses on Sister Psiren. Psiren is dealing with the effects of how she used to be. Kek-W seems to be planting seeds for things to come. I love the ending, as Fairfax comes face to face with an old friend. Kendalls art is haunting, and makes the capital of Deadworld horrifying. His visuals makes the various characters look decayed, and malformed. The colors go hand in hand with the art, and adds to the mystique of this world. The lettering was good, and I like how the word bubbles would change, when the Dark Judges were speaking. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Pop Culture Uncovered - Ray W Oct 1, 2017

    Following the fall of the resistance base, Judge Fairfax is taken to the capital of Deadworld. Ive been enjoying this story of the Dark Judges ruling over a dystopian society. This new arc feels like its taking its time to set things up. I like that because it gives time for character development on the people affected from the last arc. There's definitely seeds beingplanted here that may come into play down the line. Kendall's art is haunting and makes the capital of Deadworld horrifying. His visuals make the various denizens appeardecayed and malformed. The colors go hand in hand with the art and add to the mystique of this world. The lettering is terrific, and I like how the word bubbles would change, when the Dark Judges were speaking. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Oct 4, 2017

    Overall, this extra-sized issue of 2000 AD is a mixed bag. Slaine, Sinister Dexter, Indigo Prime, and The Fall of Deadworld really hit the sweet spot. Rogue Trooper was pretty good. Judge Dredd was underwhelming, though, and Grey Area was near-intolerable. I can recommend it if any of those first four are really your jam. If you were interested in the rest, its not really worth it, especially at the $5.45 price. If you like Judge Dredd, though, youll still probably want to read Deadworld. In the end, I tentatively recommend the book. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    TheAdventurer Sep 28, 2017

    The extra sized 2000 AD Prog 2050 is a fantastic jumping on point for anyone interested in getting into the Galaxy's Greatest. New adventures of Judge Dredd, Indigo Prime, Grey Area, and The Fall of Deadworld start this issue. Featured with one-offs of Rogue Trooper and Sinister Dexter. And 2000 AD is always available digitally DRM-Free from the 2000 AD eShop!

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