The Dark Judges Come To New Scientist! Thanks To @2000AD

You cannot kill what doesss not liiiive – but how will the future cope with the four alternative horsemen of the apocalypse?

For a darkly gothic Christmas treat, Britain’s biggest comic – 2000 AD – teams up with New Scientist, Britain’s top science magazine, for a special story that flings Judge Dredd’s arch-nemeses, the infamous Judge Death and his Dark Judges, into a future they never thought to visit!

A brand new Dark Judges strip, No Future, appears in Christmas issue of New Scientistavailable now in print and digitally.

They’re far from the bones of Deadworld and the streets of Mega-City One but what will they do when they reach a very different Earth?

In a grim, grisly tale, writer Kek-W, artist Patrick Goddard, colourist Abigail Bulmer, and letterer Simon Bowland bring you a story of death, destruction, and woe from the far flung future – straight from the pages of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, 2000 AD!

What fate awaits the Earth, what does the distant hereafter hold for mankind, and can they cope with the unexpected return of the four horsemen of the apocalypse – Judge Death, Judge Fear, Judge Fire, and Judge Mortis!

New Scientist‘s Christmas issue is out now from all good newsagents and digitally from newscientist.com.  Are you a fan of 2000AD? Let us know in the comment section below.  Also, don’t forget to Like, Share and Subscribe to all things Constant Collectible so YOU can keep up to date with all the news and reviews from a world of GEEK CULTURE.

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