Discover more from 3 Million Years
Review: 2000 AD - Prog 2345
Out now from Rebellion
Before we have a ‘regened’ break, it’s Prog 2345 of 2000 AD from Rebellion. This week features many continuing stories and the conclusion to one…
UK and DIGITAL: 16 August £3.50
NORTH AMERICA: 1 October $30 (per pack)
COVER: DAN CORNWELL
Judge Dredd: A Fallen Man by Ken Niemand (w) Tom Foster (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
When you think things are getting wrapped up, there is another crinkle in the story. Dredd is getting closer, though, and it looks like he has a plan. The simultaneous story of the gangs is interesting, and I think we will see them get closer soon.
Portals & Black Goo by John Tomlinson (w) Eoin Coveney (a) Jim Boswell (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Some good use of mythology here, and now the story progresses further. There are a few moving parts here, but I like the tenuous link between them all. The art continues to be excellent too.
Tharg's 3rillers: Maxwell's Demon by David Barnett (w) Lee Milmore (a) Quinton Winter (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Closing off this story in a fun way, Shuck is doing what he does best. It looks like there is some more to come in these stories, and it is becoming a must-read. I like the cross between technology and demonology!
Hershey: The Cold in the Bones by Rob Williams (w) Simon Fraser (a) Simon Bowland
Finally, Dredd and Hershey get a couple of minutes. There is some interesting commentary from Hershey, and Dredd is Dredd. Even so, there is a good indication that this story isn’t over yet!
Azimuth: A Job For Suzi Nine by Dan Abnett (w) Tazio Bettin (a) Matt Soffe (c) Jim Campbell (l)
Some interesting learning for Ramone. I like the conversations had and the threats being made. The fact that there is no ‘outside’ is interesting, and this continues to be an excellent read, with some great imaginative art
Available in print from: newsagents and comic book stores via Diamond