EN Publishing has not kept the 2000 AD license, and so, as is often the way, there’s one last chance to grab what you don’t have in a two-tier bundle.
It’s the start of the month, and the post-Gen Con Online write up… so it feels like it’s been a busy week.
Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD use EN Publishing’s WOIN system (What’s Old is New), and Strontium Dog was written by Darren Pearce, Marc Langworth and John White.
RPG news summary with another D&D leak, free downloads and Matthew Mercer’s 2020 update to the Blood Hunter 5e class.
Will you be in Leeds around about the 18th to the 24th of September? Perhaps you’ll be there for the Thought Bubble comic art festival that runs on those dates or the overlapping Comic Con on the 23rd and 24th? Checking out The Gallery at Munro House on Duke Street will be worth your time. […]
There’s a new line of miniatures and games coming for the legendary 2000 AD. Warlord Games has secured a worldwide license based on the characters from the weekly comic; this includes Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Nemesis the Warlock and the rest. It’s early days yet but it’s believed that the popular post-apocalyptic series Strontium Dog […]
Made famous by the popular Strontium Dog series, Durham Red will return to 2000 AD tomorrow (or Friday if you download from the 2000 AD store). Durham Red is mutant bounty hunter driven to feed on blood. Created by in 1987 by John Wagner, Alan Grant and Carlos Ezquerra, the 2012 return of Red is […]