From long lost classics to new adventures – Rebellion is proud to announce the full schedule of Treasury of British Comics graphic novel titles for 2021!
Privatisation has never been so deadly – the homicidal computer Max returns in a new collection of The Thirteenth Floor, featuring never-before-reprinted classic horror comics!
Recently rediscovered scripts and new commentary from John Wagner go behind-the-scenes on the groundbreaking Judge Dredd story
UPDATE ON REBELLION’S COMICS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWN
REBELLION & PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE SIGN GRAPHIC NOVELS AND FICTION AUDIOBOOK DEAL
Q-Collectibles unveils trailer showcasing the brand new collectible statue based on 2000 AD‘s legendary character
Celebrate the legacy of the legendary comic that they tried to ban with the new Action 2020 special, out this March!
The very best of British: Treasury of British Comics announces 2020 collections schedule From 2000AD
Rebellion, one of Europe’s largest independent creative studios, is proud to announce its brand new board game division, Rebellion Unplugged.
Advertisements One of the defining political comics of the 1980s – Third World War – is back in a brand new hardcover … More
2000 AD today announces it is launching a brand new title in April 2020 – Best of 2000 AD – as a new 12-issue US-format, perfect-bound series featuring a selection of the most incendiary and exciting new science-fiction comics from the legendary UK publisher.
Rebellion announced that after the huge success of this year’s 2000 AD Regened issue, Regened will take over FOUR issues of the legendary 2000 AD in 2020, with dedicated stories suitable for all ages.
The Incredible Adventures of Janus Stark is a perfect-bound 48-page magazine showcasing one of the forgotten heroes of the heyday of British comics – a rubber-boned Victorian escapologist capable of incredible feats of agility and able to squeeze through the smallest gaps!
One of the most popular stories ever published in the pages of 2000 AD, The Horned God is a heady mix of Celtic mythology, extreme violence, and beautiful artwork. Originally published in 2000 AD in three instalments between 1989 and 1990, as well as Mills’ fascinating characters and saga-like storytelling, the stunning enormity of Bisley’s work on the series cannot be understated, with epic battles and vast landscapes evoking everything from the work of Frank Frazetta to Gustav Klimt.
The Horned God sparked a revolution in sequential comic books and spawned a multitude of imitators, but even after three decades Mills and Bisley’s masterpiece is as fresh and startling as it was when it was first published as a weekly serial.
Rebellion is pleased to announce a new range of 2000 AD merchandise from GB eye, one of the world’s leading suppliers of licensed products!
The brand new range of items, available from leading high street retailers and on GB eye’s website, includes mugs, badges, and framed prints featuring some of the most iconic artwork from the past four decades of Britain’s biggest comic book export.
On September 11th 1954 a new weekly sports anthology comic called Tiger was launched in the UK. It’s lead strip, Roy of the Rovers – a story starring a young footballer called Roy Race who played for Melchester Rovers – quickly became a fan favourite.
From the pitch to the page: Top children’s author pens live story about England Lionesses at the Women’s World Cup
Rico Dredd is one of Judge Dredd’s most iconic villains, but he is also one of the most misunderstood villains until now.
The greatest characters from Britain’s golden age of humour comics return this Easter for a one-shot celebration of daft and zany fun!
Rebellion Publishing is proud to announce the Cor! & Buster Special will be tickling your funny bone this spring and a whole new generation of readers are about to experience comics’ humour at its finest!
Advertisements Rebellion is proud to announce that it’s tapped into its funny bone for a new all-ages Free Comic Book … More
Rebellion, one of Europe’s leading media companies, has bought a $100m, 220,000 sq ft facility to convert into a film studio near to its Oxford headquarters. This ambitious expansion by the independent company, which is already one of the UK’s biggest producers of video games, comic books, books, film and TV, is set to create up to 500 new jobs across Britain’s film and television industry in the coming years