Last year, 2000 AD owner Rebellion and Penguin Random House announced a partnership for a new series of audiobooks.
One week of RPG news: A battle in the Gygax family of D&D's legacy, too sexy vampires and a game designer disowning their award-winning edgelord adventure.
Adventure is the series, and Tartarus Gate is a sci-horror, the first game in the set, which has been designed by Grant Howitt and Chris Taylor.
Rebellion suggests that the story is considered to be one of the most important in British comics history, mature, morally-complex and which confirmed Judge Dredd's position as one of the most politically charged comics out there.
Rebellion, the publisher of 2000 AD and owner of the Treasury of British Comics has struck a deal with the publisher Penguin Random House.
It comes in a bag because of bags protect young eyes from killer sharks.
In it, we find Don Lawrence's Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire and the long-lost war comics from Hugo Pratt.
Chris Robertson will pen Last Sites, a crossover between comics and video games, which will debut in Judge Dredd Megazine #416 in January.
Rebellion Unplugged's first game will be Sniper Elite the Board Game.
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