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Review: 2000 AD - Prog 2319
Mopping up the Dredd story, with more continuing in this week’s 2000 AD. Prog 2319 from Rebellion.
UK and DIGITAL: 15 February £3.50
NORTH AMERICA: 1 March 2024 $22 (per pack)
COVER: SIMON COLEBY (A) JIM BOSWELL (C)
Judge Dredd: The Hagger They Fall by Arthur Wyatt, Rob Williams (w) Paul Marshall (a) Dylan Teague (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Polishing off the story arc well, with some real grim humour that made me laugh out loud. I like the finish, and there is a chance to revisit some of this storyline in the future.
The Out: Book Three by Dan Abnett (w) Mark Harrison (a) Simon Bowland (l)
An action-packed issue with a lot to take in. The text-heavy story continues on well and has excellent commentary through it all. We’re on to the next step.
Joe Pineapples: Tin Man by Pat Mills (w) Simon Bisley (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Some good mech action going on here, and I think we’re getting to the crux of the story. The Joe-heavy parts are well done, and more enjoyable than I would have thought.
The Order: Heart of Darkness by Kek-W (w) John Burns (a) Jim Campbell (l)
An excellent mix in this issue, with some action, heart and threat. The action works well within the confined space of the craft and the body - and that adds in the threat of the darkness, as well as the heart of the team together.
Proteus Vex; Crawlspace by Mike Carroll (w) Jake Lynch (a) Jim Boswell (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Midnight Indicating Shame is an enjoyable character with some great pieces. The war continues, but things are looking slightly brighter.
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