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Excellent

“'Thrill Power' for all”

published 13/03/2001

ProBrilliant Artwork, Great Scripts

ConsMissing programmes while on holiday

If you love comics and your very patriotic, there is only one comic which I could suggest and that is 2000 AD. A comic started in 1977 has survived times when most of it’s competitor’s have had their downfalls and today it is going from strength to strength with introduction of brand...

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Excellent

“2000AD”

published 30/05/2008

ProA good mix of stories constantly changing

ConsYou might not enjoy EVERY story, and it's gutting ...

2000AD.. The Galaxy's Greatest Comic! It's a weekly comic that most newsagents stock (sadly, normally in the kids section) and features five 6-page stories per issue, the most famous character being Judge Dredd. And I owe it to John Wagner et al to point out the movie was sub-standard pap... This...

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Super

“Back to the future”

published 27/07/2005

ProSomething for every comic reader

ConsThe anthology format can feel slightly bitty

2000ad for me is a way of life. ive been buying it pretty much every wednesday of the last 20 years. i got through my adolescent years living in the world of judge dredd and nemesis, slaine and strontium dog. i better give some information to the uninitiated. 2000ad is a british made weekly comic...

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Excellent

“2000ad”

published 11/04/2007

Profun, cheap

Consold fashioned

2000ad for me is a way of life. ive been buying it pretty much every wednesday of the last 20 years. i got through my adolescent years living in the world of judge dredd and nemesis, slaine and strontium dog. i better give some information to the uninitiated. 2000ad is a british made weekly comic...

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Super

“2000AD”

published 27/10/2004

ProGood quality artwork and excellent stories

ConsLacks consistency

An integral part of the late seventies and all the way through the eighties, this magazine (comic?) was light years ahead of it's time. Believable 3 dimensional characters, outstanding art and exceptional writing made it the eagerly awaited highlight of my week. Rogue Trooper, Strontium Dog...

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Excellent

“Nothing to Dredd here!”

published 16/06/2008

ProZarjazz!

Consno longer publishes Starlord

Having read 2000AD from its birth in 1977 to the present day it is refreshing that the comic has survived so long. Having also read a number of US comics its clear to see how 2000AD's Britishness has ensured it maintain its position as the number one UK anthology of science fiction. Its...

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Excellent

“Well worth it!”

published 10/12/2004

ProGood stories and art, nice diversity of stories

Consquality sometimes inconsistent

I love this and read it cover to cover right away when I get it. Some stories are skipped over from time to time but generally there is more good than bad. One really fun part is watching artists and writers mature over time in this, you get really attached to not just the characters but the...

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Type: Comic

Publisher: 2000 AD

Title: 2000 AD

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Listed on Ciao since: 13/03/2001