new one-off 2000AD
comic strip reveals the true horror
the stuff that all those beardy flower-wearing Jerry Garcia look-alikes
don’t mention. Yes, it’s TRUE
(it must be, because we say so), even just
one spliff can turn you into a crazed
zombie cannibal with a deadly
case of the munchies!
Realised in full Techni-ghoulour
by the pen of rabid caged art-fiend Frazer
Irving, from a script dragged from the bloodstained
claws of the beast they call Gordon
Rennie (but only in hushed whispers),
‘Reefer Madness’ depicts in lurid
detail the fate
awaiting the nation’s youth, should they be tempted, just the once, by
the deadly weed…
Maybe all those old public information films were right after all…
appears in Prog 1263
the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, which hits the streets on 10
is a re-launch issue, featuring all
new storylines, so it is a great point for new
readers to start picking up the magazine.
Some of the thrills in this issue include:
Judge Dredd: On The Chief Judge’s Service
– Once again Dredd faces the highly trained vigilante assassin known as
the Justice Killer, but this time the target is Dredd himself! Created
by the writer/artist team of John Wagner and Colin MacNeil, who produced
legendary Dredd stories such as ‘Chopper’ and ‘America’.
Anderson, PSI Division
– Cassandra Anderson, of the Justice Department’s psychic division goes
on the trail of the richest man in the solar system, whose psyche is made
up of seven composite minds. Story by Alan Grant and art by Arthur Ranson.
Tor Cyan: The Dead Sorcerer’s Coachman
– Tor Cyan is working his way back to Nu Earth to try to find genetic
material from the original Rogue Trooper. On the way, he has been asked
to transport the remains of a dead sorcerer to his final resting place.
No one else will volunteer for this duty, and Cyan’s just about to find
Written by John Tomlinson, with art by Colin Wilson.
Tales of Teleguuth
– City-wide carnage, a double dose of weirdness and a nasty sting in the
tail ensue in another classic dark fantasy tale written by Steve Moore
and drawn by Siku.