From boy wizards to future cops, from Martians trashing England to missions through post-apocalyptic landscapes – the 40th anniversary year of Britain’s biggest comic will be packed with incredible new collections!
2000 AD celebrates its birthday in February and this year’s
slate of graphic novel releases showcases just some of the breadth and
depth of four decades of groundbreaking and innovative comics.
Highlights of 2017 include the first ever collection of Alan McKenzie and John Ridgway’s The Journal of Luke Kirby – the boy wizard character that predated Harry Potter – as well as strong new characters such as Meta Lawson in Lawless: Welcome to Badrock, Dan Abnett and Phil Winslade’s fan favourite series about an off-world Judge doing things her own way with frontier justice.
Kek-W and legendary comics artist John Burns blaze through 10,000
years of history and combine a robotic knight, an ancient order of
warriors, a young woman searching for the legacy of her father, and
giant time-travelling worms in The Order.
John Wagner, Alan Grant, and Mick McMahon’s bleak post-apocalyptic The Last American returns to print for the first time in over a decade in April; and a brand new collection of Ian Edginton and D’Israeli’s Scarlet Traces kicks off both the year and the ongoing saga about the shocking aftermath of HG Wells’ War of the Worlds.
Fans of Britain’s biggest comics export, Judge Dredd, won’t be disappointed either, with Michael Carroll’s modern epic Every Empire Falls in January and new volumes of the bestselling Judge Dredd: The Complete Cases Files series
in August and November, along with early cases from the life of psychic
cop Judge Anderson in Alan Grant, Carlos Ezquerra, and Steve Yeowell’s Cadet Anderson: Teenage Kyx.
Being collected for the first time on both sides of the Atlantic in
July is the latest comic based on the world of the 2012 movie DREDD, with Judge Anderson stepping into the limelight in Anderson: The Deep End by Alec Worley and Paul Davidson.
Most of 2017’s list will be available simultaneously in the UK,
Ireland, and North America, but this year sees three dedicated Dredd
titles for the US and Canadian market – Judge Dredd Case Files 13 and 14, and Judge Dredd: The Cape and Cowl Crimes, which collects the lawman’s deadly encounters with some of the most bizarre superpowered criminals you’ll ever meet!
2000 AD’s graphic novels are available to buy from all good
book and comic book shops, as well as through 2000adonline.com, Amazon,
and other online retailers. Digital copies can be purchased from the 2000 AD webshop as well as the 2000 AD apps for Apple, Android, and Windows 10 devices.
Retailers can order 2000 AD graphic novels through Harper
Collins in the UK and Simon & Schuster in North America, as well as
through Diamond Distribution. (Books given prices in both pounds and dollars will be available in both UK and USA, whilst some titles are UK or USA only.)
Please note: this list is of 2000 AD releases only, it does not include releases from the recently-acquired Fleetway/IPC archive, a schedule for which will be released in a few weeks time.
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08539-4, 12 January 2017, £14.99. Available from Amazon.
Judge Anderson's adventures as a cadet Judge on the mean streets of
Mega-City One, collected for the first time! When the psychically
powerful 3-year-old Cassandra Anderson killed her abusive father, she
was taken into the custody of Justice Department, who blocked the
memories of her traumatic childhood. Inducted into the Psi-Division as a
cadet, where the Judges use telepaths, empaths, precogs, and others
with psychic abilities to aid the fight against crime, Anderson is
thrown in the deep end as she faces up to the worst Mega-City One has to
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08501-1 (UK) / 978-1781-08502-8 (US), 12 January 2017, £15.99 / $19.99. Available from Amazon.
The celebrated comic book sequel to H.G. Well's The War of the Worlds
in a brand-new omnibus edition, complete with an adaptation of the
original novel. Beginning with a visionary adaptation of the seminal
novel, the collection also includes the first of three stories set a
decade after the Martian invasion. Great Britain has cannibalized
Martian technology and now Hansom cabs scuttle along on multi-limbed
crab legs, and the Martian heat-ray has become the weapon with which the
British Empire dominates the world. When the bodies of several young
women are found washed up on the banks of the Thames, Captain Robert
Autumn and his former Sergeant-Manjor Archie Currie are drawn into a
mystery that leads them from gin palaces to the corridors of power and
the very Hall of the Martian King.
ISBN 978-1781-08498-4, 12 January 2017, $25. Available from Amazon.
Mega-City One 2111AD, and the streets are awash with crime perpetrated
by all manner of rogue citizens, whether it be a murderous child genius
or a super-intelligent rottweiler called Rex. There is a solution to
this problem and his name is Judge Dredd. Judge, jury and executioner,
Dredd is the ultimate future cop!
This volume of the best-selling Case Files series includes work by John
Wagner, Alan Grant, John Higgins, Colin MacNeil and many more – and
features key stories in the character's development including A Letter To Judge Dredd and Young Giant.
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08522-6, February 2017, 320 pages, £35 /$45.00. Available from Amazon.
The definitive history of the most influential British comic ever! Updated, expanded and revised for 2000AD‘s 40th anniversary. From the comic’s humble and rocky beginnings to its current position as the Galaxy s Greatest comic, Thrill-Power Overload
charts the incredible history of this ground-breaking comic. With
exclusive interviews, hundreds of illustrations and rarely-seen artwork,
former 2000AD editor, David Bishop and journalist Karl Stock,
guide the reader through four decades of action, adventure, excitement
and the occasional editorial nightmare!
Told by the people who were there, this is the definitive history of
the comic that launched a thousand talents including legends such as
John Wagner, Pat Mills, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Carlos Ezquerra, Brian
Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Mick McMahon, Grant Morrison, Kevin O’Neill,
Simon Bisley and continues with 21st Century breakthrough talents such
as Jock, Rob Williams, Andy Diggle, Al Ewing, Henry Flint, Frazer Irving
– and many many more.
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08540-0, February 2017, 122 pages, £12.99. Available from Amazon.
From humorously twisted Future Shocks to the dystopian escapades of Judge Dredd, 2000AD has inspired generations of readers and has spawned some of the greatest talents in the comics industry.
To celebrate the creative droids behind the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, a selection of writers and artists from across 2000AD’s
forty-year history were asked to choose their favourite one-off story
by a fellow creator and explain why they chose it. The result is this
incredible anthology featuring work by Alan Grant, Kevin O’Neill, Rob
Williams, Brian Bolland, Chris Weston and Steve Dillon selected by
creators such as founding editor Pat Mills, celebrated artist Jock and
recent newcomer Tom Foster.
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08531-8, February 2017, 240 pages, £19.99 / $25. Available from Amazon.
R.I.P. JUDGE DREDD?
Following the decimation of Mega-City One during Chaos Day, Judges
from other friendly Justice Departments have been brought in to
strengthen the ranks and help maintain law and order on the streets.
Amongst the newcomers is Fintan Joyce son of a former Emerald Isle
Judge, who teamed up with Judge Dredd in one of the most fondly
remembered Dredd stories. Exploiting the Big Meg’s weakened state,
several groups have risen up against the Judges, including the Goblin
King’s Undercity army and a mutant group lead by the monstrous Thorn,
who have been attacking Cursed Earth outposts. If things couldn t get
any worse, Dredd has fallen foul of Brit-Cit and they want him in prison
or on a slab! Have the odds finally stacked up enough to spell the end
of Mega-City One s greatest lawman?
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08527-1, March 2017, 128 pages, £14.99 / $20. Available from Amazon.
In 13th Century Germany, while reading the papers of her dead father
young Anna Kohl uncovers a shocking secret – that defending Earth from
an other-worldly menace is a secret cadre of warriors known only as The
Order. Now she, and her father’s rag-tag former comrades, must do battle
with the sinister forces of these eldritch creatures!
From Teutonic Knights with robot heads to gun-toting warriors in high
speed pursuits on the streets of Elizabethan Engand, The Order is an
incredible genre mash-up of medieval and Renaissance history, action
movies, Michael Moorcock, Jack Vance, and Hammer Horror!
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08528-8, March 2017, 144 pages, £15.99 / $21.99. Available from Amazon.
In the far future, mankind has been all but destroyed and survivors are
forced to hide from ‘Them’ – giant insectile creatures that have taken
over the world – with only savage genetically engineered dog-soldiers
like Gene the Hackman to guard them. Having travelled the Earth without
his pack, Gene now leads a band of mongrel “aux” warriors known as the
Wild Bunch. They live alongside some human survivors in The Kingdom. But
‘Them’ are growing in number and the Kingdom is getting harder to
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08525-7, April 2017, 160 pages, $19.99. Available on Amazon.
COSTUMES ARE FOR CREEPS! From super-powered aliens to Cursed Earth
mutants, Judge Dredd dishes out justice to all in this action-packed
collection of stories from some of comic’s biggest talents.
There are plenty of law-breaking freaks amongst the citizenship of
the Big Meg. From Futsies to Umpty-baggers, the Judges have their hands
full. But the worst offenders are those who try and enforce their own
brand of justice. Especially that strange strain of vigilante who
chooses to hit the streets in brightly-coloured spandex!
The Last American by John Wagner & Alan Grant (w), Mick McMahon (a), Phil Felix (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08544-8, April 2017, 144 pages, £17.99 / $24. Available from Amazon.
Twenty years after a global nuclear war destroyed the world, Captain
Ulysses Pilgrim is woken from suspended animation by three military
robot aides. Selected by his superiors to survive the initial
onslaught, Pilgrim now has one last mission; to scour through
post-holocaust U.S.A. in the search for other survivors.
Summer Magic: The Complete Journal of Luke Kirby by Alan McKenzie
(w), John Ridgeway, Steve Parkhouse, Graham Higgins, Tim Perkins, Nick
Abazis (a), Gina Hart, Tim Perkins (c), Annie Parkhouse, Ellie De Ville,
Steve Potter, Gary Gilbert, (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08541-7, May 2017, 288 pages, £19.99 / $25.
Sláine: The Brutania Chronicles Book Three by Pat Mills (w), Simon Davis (a), Ellie De Ville (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08546-2 (hc), May 2017, 96 pages, £15.99.
Albion, in a time of legend. Celtic warrior SL ÁINE united the tribes of
the Earth Goddess Danu and became the first High King of Ireland,
before returning to being a wanderer. Now, having journeyed to the Isle
of Monadh to rescue Sinead from the Drune Lords, he’s discovered that
they have been experimenting on their own creations — including the
brutal, superhuman Primordial, whom Sláine has just learnt is his old
The Complete Skizz by Alan Moore & Jim Baikie (w), Jim Baikie (a), Tony Jacob (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08542-4, June 2017, 240 pages, £19.99 / $25. Available from Amazon.
The ultimate illegal alien! Alan Moore’s out of print classic returns in a brand new complete collection!
When Interpreter Zhcchz of the Tau-Ceti Imperium crashed his ship
into the small blue Hellworld -classed planet, the odds of surviving
were stacked against him. Stranded in the polluted, hostile British city
of Birmingham, ‘Skizz’ is befriended by Roxy, a plucky young local
girl. But danger is ever present – from bad food to Prime Minister
Thatcher’s hostile government alien-hunters, this E.T. may soon be
Lawless: Welcome to Badrock by Dan Abnett (w), Phil Winslade (a), Ellie De Ville (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08543-1, June 2017, 128 pages, £14.99.
Absalom: Under A False Flag by Gordon Rennie (w), Tiernen Trevallion (a), Simon Bowland (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08545-5, July 2017, 128 pages, £12.99.
Anderson: The Deep End by Alec Worley (w), Paul Davidson (a), Simon Bowland (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08553-0, July 2017, 96 pages, £12.99 / $17.99. Available from Amazon.
When the dust settles… the bodycount rises! Continuing the story of the cult 2012 movie DREDD.
After the brutal day in which Ma Ma and her gang were brought down
telepath-Judge Anderson is trying to adjust to the brutal life of a
Street Judge. After investigating a claim of demonic possession, she
finds herself at odds with a merciless drug cartel.
Soon after, when lethal radioactive storms from the post-apocalyptic
wasteland known as the CursedEarth hit the city, they bring more than
just dust into Mega-City One.When unexplained killings coincide with the
storms, Judge Dredd is forced to hunt a mysterious mutant and take his
ruthless brand of justice into the Cursed Earth.
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08547-9, August 2017, 272 pages, $25.
The Big Meg is under siege from the Dark Judges and the Sisters of
Death. Meanwhile Judge Dredd has been exiled to the harsh wastelands of
the Cursed Earth and time is running out for the citizens he once swore
to protect. With the body-count rising, will Dredd be able to return in
time to stop the utter annihilation of the city!?”
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08548-6, August 2017, 288 pages, £19.99. Available from Amazon.
The war on crime gets tougher, as the Justice Department (after Dredd’s approval) unveil the brand new Lawgiver Mark II firearm!
Survival Geeks by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby (w), Neil Googe (a), Gary Caldwell (c), Annie Parkhouse, Ellie De Ville (l)
Rebellion ISBN 9781781085547, September 2017, 112 pages, £12.99 / $17.99. Available from Amazon.
Survival Geeks, a media-savvy sci-fi adventure! A parody of contemporary geek culture, for fans of Fanboys and Scott Pilgrim.
When Sam wakes up in the house of a group of sci-fi fans, she becomes
their reluctant new housemate… after the house turns out to be a piece
of misfiring trans-dimensional technology!
The house takes them to places where no two-up two-down terraced
house has gone before, from steampunk worlds to Lovecraftian elder gods.
Armed only with their wits (and Star Wars trivia) the group of misfits
must survive in whatever horrifying dimension or alternate reality they
find themselves hurled into!
An affectionate parody of the most popular geek cultures, this quirky
comedy adventure features steampunks, dark lords and cuddly
Brink by Dan Abnett (w), I.N.J. Culbard (a), Simon Bowland (l)
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08550-9, September 2017, 96 pages, £12.99 / $17.99. Available from Amazon.
Humanity is on the brink in this atmospheric space-noir from hit comics duo Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard.
Late 21st century and Earth has been reduced to an uninhabited
wasteland. What was left of humanity was evacuated into overpopulated
space stations, or Habitats . A hotbed for crime and strange new
religious sects, the Habitat Security Division has no shortage of work.
No-nonsense Investigator Bridget Kurtis soon finds herself embroiled in a
life or death struggle with a sinister cult and what she uncovers has
disturbing implications for the future of the human race…
The Complete Future Shocks, Volume 1 by Various creators
Rebellion, October 2017, 320 pages, TBC.
Scarlet Traces Volume 2 by Ian Edginton (w), D’israeli (a), Annie Parkhouse (l)
Rebellion, October 2017, 320 pages, TBC.
Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 30 by Various creators
Rebellion, November 2017, 288 pages, £19.99/ $25.
The Fall of Deadworld by Kek-W (w), Dave Kendall (a), Annie Parkhouse (l), Ellie De Ville (l)
Rebellion, December 2017, 144 pages, £19.99 / $25.
M.A.C.H.1 – The John Probe Mission Files by Various creators
Rebellion, December 2017, 176 pages, TBC.