Second of 2000 AD‘s all-ages issues lands at the end of May, with brand new strips for readers old and new! Strap yourself in for the best all-ages comics in the galaxy – 2000 AD Regened is back!
Following the success of previous issues, the second issue of 2020 of 2000 AD‘s all-ages takeover lands in print and digital on 27 May!
This bumper 52-page all-ages issue comes with all new adventures of Cadet Dredd, Finder & Keeper, Anderson, Psi Division, Future Shocks and Strontium Dog from creators such as Davide Tinto (Marvel Action: Spider-Man), Cavan Scott (Doctor Who), Laura Bailey (Demarco), Andrea Mutti (Port of Earth) and more top talent!
Behind a brand new Cadet Dredd cover by the legendary 2000 AD cover veteran Cliff Robinson, with colours by Dylan Teague, the all-new self-contained strips introduce readers old and new to some quality quarantine comics featuring some of 2000 AD‘s greatest characters.
This is the second of four issues of 2000 AD Regened for 2020, which continue to be the most popular issues of the year. 2000 AD remains committed to encouraging readers of all ages to dive into the legendary British weekly – Regened acts as a gateway into both 2000 AD and comics in general, with readers of all ages enjoying the heady mix of 2000 AD action, humour, and fun.
Priced at £2.99, 2000 AD Prog 2183 will be available from all good retailers, as well as digitally from 2000 AD‘s webshop and apps.
Full contents list:
COVER: Cliff Robinson (a) Dylan Teague (c)
Cadet Dredd: Combat Ready by Matt Smith (w) Nicolo Assirelli (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhoue (l)
Finder & Keeper: Nuisance Neighbours by John Reppion (w) Davide Tinto (a) Jim Boswell (c) Simon Bolland (l)
Anderson, Psi Division: First-Class Citizen by Cavan Scott (w) Paul Davidson (a) Len O’Grady (c) Simon Bolland (l)
Future Shocks: The Queen of Mean by Laura Bailey (w) Andrea Mutti (a) Barbara Nosenzo (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Strontium Dog: Acceptable Losses by Michael Carroll (w) Nick Brokenshire (a) John Charles (c) Jim Campbell (l)
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