2000AD Prog 1851 – general release 25/09/13 – spoilers

Published weekly in the UK by Rebellion

Subscription release 21st September 2013

General release in print & digital 25th September 2013

Cover:  INJ Culbard

No Letters Page

Tharg bigs up the current line-up. Plus he talks about the Dredd day of action old Molch-R was peddling with a reminder about the petition which can be found at http://www.2000adonline.com/dreddsequel

Judge Dredd: New Tricks part2

Script: Michael Carroll
Art: Paul Davidson
Colours: Chris Blythe
Letters: Annie Parkhouse

Kilgore fills Dredd in with some information about the Goblin King. Pax and Joyce make good calls in an eaterie. The action moves into the Undercity and some missing Justice Department equipment is located.

Some great panels, a perp’s face flattened on the plasti-glass of the eaterie is excellent.

Moving along nicely.

Brass Sun: Sláine: Book of Scars part 2

Script: Ian Edginton
Art: Inj Culbard
Letters: Ellie De Ville

Great pacey action sequences and really good contrast between the youngsters and their matter of fact dealing with the situation and Ramkin’s panic.

The colours are vivid and unyielding. Really nice.

Flesh: Badlanders part 2

Writer: Pat Mills
Art: James McKay
Letters: Annie Parkhouse

Back with Boots McGurk and we learn Earl Reagan and Claw Carver are inbound. We also learn that McGurk is serving out time in the Cretacious for a crime in the 23rd Century. Pastor Sunday is suspected of killing a ‘camp follower’

Aquila: Where all Roads Lead

Writer: Gordon Rennie
Art: PatrickGoddard
Colours: Gary Calowell
Letters: Ellie De Ville

Aquilla, survivor of Spartacus’ revolt now finds himself in Rome, 64AD. You might spot the timey whimey issues there, Julius Caeser hadn’t come to power yet when old Spartacus was causing a kafuffle and this story is set in Nero’s time. If you read the last outing of Aquila you know he is an immortal in the service of Ammit the Devourer, if you missed that I just brought you up to speed.

Aquila soon re-makes the acquaintance of Felix, the unfortunate Optio that ended upindentured to him by the magic of the Iceni in the previous tale.

Rome looks excellent, very atmospheric. Nero looks a right nutter.

Damnation Station: The Titanic Sails at Dawn part 2

Script: Al Ewing
Art: Mark Harrison
Letters: Simon Bowland

Joe and Walter have a showdown. CX-919, a ‘memory drug’ is doing the rounds, the user rediscovers the feelings from a time of happiness in their past. ‘Time Travel’…

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