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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Rebellion releases (2000AD)

Releases from Rebellion Publishing for 10th July.

2000AD Prog 2139
Cover: Aneke / Chris Blythe (col)
The custodians of the multiverse are back - INDIGO PRIME returns in 2000AD Prog 2139.
    There are an infinite number of parallel realities, and all need managing in case of dimensional instability. This is where INDIGO PRIME comes in, the multiverse’s troubleshooters, whose agents — recruited post-death — are trained to deal with space/time catastrophes. Now, following the Christhulhu event, in which Major Arcana forced the Lanzer Corporation into the open, IP’s HQ is breaking apart...
    The new series by writer Kek-W, artist Lee Carter, and letterer Ellie De Ville kicks off in the next issue of 2000 AD, available from all good newsagents and comic book stores, as well as digitally from 2000 AD's webshop and apps!

JUDGE DREDD: THE SAMARITAN by Kenneth Niemand (w) Staz Johnson (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
INDIGO PRIME: FALL OF THE HOUSE OF VISTA by Kek-W (w) Lee Carter (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
ANDERSON, PSI-DIVISION: MARTYRS by Emma Beeby (w) Aneke (a) Barbara Nosenzo (c) Simon Bowland (l)
ABSALOM: TERMINAL DIAGNOSIS by Gordon Rennie (w) Tiernen Trevallion (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
THISTLEBONE by TC Eglington (w) Simon Davis (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)

Death Wish by Barrie Tomlinson & Vanyo
Rebellion ISBN 978-1781-08680-3, 11 July 2019, 112pp, £14.99. Available via Amazon.

Evel Knievel meets the Phantom of the Opera in the original Fast and the Furious – he’s the greatest daredevil of them all because he doesn’t care if he lives or dies! Blake Edmonds had it all - fame, money, looks... and then the world-famous F1 driver suffered a terrible accident which left him hideously disfigured. Fashioning a mask to hide his terrible visage, Edmonds has taken on a new career as a stuntman, flirting with death on a regular basis.
    Adrenaline-fuelled action comics from the Treasury of British Comics vault, never reprinted outside the original newsstand magazine Speed! Collects the complete Death Wish run from Speed, re-mastered in their entirety, mashing together the ’70s F1 wave of popularity with a macabre, uncanny horror and visceral action, Death Wish was a hit across the nation. 

1 comment:

  1. Loved DEATH WISH when I first read it in issues of TIGER comic that my brother gave me when I was 7. Superb artwork, non-stop action and some scary moments.

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