2000 AD #1 - Prog 1 by dmstarz on October 01, 2008. Prog 225 with Judge Death In Prog 225 it was half way through the second Judge Death story, in the comics most popular strip Judge Dredd, but I didn't care. The story could have been stretched out into more than one issue, and the ability to do something more with it is lost due to that, but it is still enjoyable from start to finish. 2000 AD programme 1, 1977. 2000 AD - The Galaxy's Greatest Comic - is a weekly science fiction/fantasy anthology title produced in the UK. With hundreds of comic strips, features, and articles from the utterly original and anarchic cult comic that defined a generation, this astronomical book pays homage to the greatest sci-fi magazine of them all. D&D Beyond The dastardly and the iniquitous will be taking over 2000 AD on the 1st May – the 32-page US-format 2000 AD Villains Takeover special sees the baddies from some of the 2000 AD’s biggest strips, including Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, and Sláine, get their moment in the spotlight! Re: "The Whole Twoth" 2000AD Strip Cartoon « Reply #143 on: 29 April, 2020, 10:58:09 PM » Here's a link to a PDF containing every single strip (80 plus) and as a bonus our strips from Scene It about classic Brit comics. In the 2000 AD strip Hope, writer Guy Adams and artist Jimmy Broxton (with letterer Simon Bowland) craft an atmospheric noir comic featuring Mallory Hope, a cynical private detective in … 2000 AD is a science fiction comic that began in 1977 and, against the odds, is still running.. After reading a newspaper article predicting a rise in public interest in science fiction, IPC employee Kevin Gosnell hit on the idea of a sci-fi comic. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The strip is mainly notable for being one of the first written by Alan Grant, but I'm not sure that it really qualifies as a sports strip, or, indeed, that it belonged in a Science Fiction comic like 2000 AD. In 2000 AD life was always entertaining, even if it was a bleak and violent vision of the future most of the time. A really fun and silly Mega City One story that feels very much like The Stepford Wives meets classic 2000 AD strips. It would be September 1980 (Prog 178) before the next true sports strip would appear in 2000 AD. Created by Pat Mills and John Wagner and in continuous print since February 1977, it celebrated its milestone 2000th issue - or'Prog' (short for Programme) - in 2016! 2000AD Prog 1 0 . Editorial director John Sanders put Pat Mills in charge of the project.