2000AD Comic-book Con (online convention catch-up).

The 2000AD Comic-book bods are having an online convention (they’re 45 years young this year) and the good news is that you’re all invited.

Watch the panels, here, and consider yourself Krill Tro Thargo, while you suck up all this extreme Thrill-Power.


Mick McMahon, Brian Bolland, Frank Quitely, and Jock, four of the most talented artists ever to grace the pages of 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, speak about their work, their inspirations, and how they went from 2000AD to altering the face of comics in this panel.


With Mitch Benn, Dan Baptiste, and Joel Morris, Toby Venables discusses humour, satire, and how the comic 2000 AD made Mitch a full-on freak.


Authors Ian Rankin, Lauren Beukes, and Loue Stowell, as well as comedian and broadcaster Robin Ince, discuss the effect of 2000 AD on their work as comic book writers, as well as the influence of 2000 AD on their work as prose writers.


Pat Mills, a giant of comics and the author of the comic series 2000 AD, speaks to graphic book editor Oliver Pickles about the tale of one of his most famous characters, the Celtic barbarian Sláine, who is one of his most renowned creations.


A new audio interview with John Wagner, the iconic co-creator of Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, has been released. He speaks with Michael Molcher about his professional life, his most recent job, and how he has no intention of retiring.


Over the course of 45 years, podcaster Scott Weatherly speaks with artists from 2000 AD such as Chris Weston, Jake Lynch, Simon Davis, and Steve Yeowell on how styles and techniques have evolved in the comic book medium.


In this interview, Rebellion proprietors Jason Kingsley OBE and Chris Kingsley OBE, head of publishing, film & television Ben Smith, and 2000 AD editor Matt Smith talk about the last 45 years and what lies ahead for the company.


‘Brink’ is a contemporary masterpiece from the pages of 2000 AD that has already established itself as a landmark series. Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard speak with comics reviewer Tom Shapira about their slow-burn sci-fi horror series.


2000AD Comic-book Con (online convention catch-up).

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