…and 10 more brings us up to 37, and up to the present day, or close to it. I’ve left out some large chunks of the history of 2000AD covers - I could do a whole post on photo covers, movie/game related covers, the design-heavy covers of the 90s, or if Tumblr and my schedule allowed it I could pull fifty must-read covers from the first 300 progs alone. As it is, we’ll leave it off here for tonight.
Happy Birthday, 2000AD - thanks for a lifetime of thrill-power. And thanks for making me the robot I am today.
Change of plan - 7 covers between 1000 and 1500…
Ten more 2000AD covers to celebrate the 37th, this time from progs 501-1000. More after I’ve done some more chores.
Here’s the advert going out from Titan Comics to retailers for the three-issue miniseries version of ORDINARY. First issue out 23rd May. Each issue will be bumper size, with at least 28 pages of interior story. And the Diamond Order code is FEB141439
Happy birthday 2000AD! I remember one school holiday I sat down with all my back progs and arranged the covers in order of awesomeness. This I judged to be the most awesome. Why yes, I was a 13 year old boy. Badass melting robot dog by Ian Gibson. Story by Alan Moore, and to be honest James Cameron. Cover copy by The Original Punster. In orbit every Monday.
I was involved in this process! Voting was strict. I’ll have to decide which of the first year’s covers is my favourite now.
I have four, and I’m going to put them all here. First come, first served - these will only work once. Go to Marvel.com/redeem to claim them - after that, you can read it on the Marvel app for Apple or Android.