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Preview: Tank Girl Forever #8

Tank Girl Forever #8

Author(s): Alan Martin
Artist(s): Brett Parson
Cover Artist(s): Brett Parson (A), Greg Staples (B), Shaky Kane (C)

Tank Girl Forever (4 of 4). The hilarious climax of Tank Girl’s caped crusade, from her original creator Alan Martin! Could this be the start of a grand new superhero cinematic universe?! No. No, absolutely not. Illustrated by fan-favorite artist Brett Parson!

Tank Girl Forever #8

Preview: Tank Girl: Action Alley #1


Writer: Alan Martin
Artist: Brett Parson
Cover A: Brett Parson
Cover B: Action Figure Variant
Cover C: Greg Staples
Cover D: Brett Parson Artist Edition Variant  
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC, 32pp, $3.99, On sale: December 19, 2018


Original creator ALAN MARTIN and fan-favorite artist BRETT PARSON bring Tank Girl into a whole new era!


Explore the backstories and secrets behind the world of the post-apocalyptic punk icon!

THE ORIGINS OF THE MUTANT KANGAROOS and Booga himself, revealed in this first arc!

Preview: Tank Girl All Stars #4


Writer: Alan Martin
Artist: Brett Parson, Phil Bond, Warwick Johnson-Cadwell, Greg Staples, Jim Mahfood
Cover A: Brett Parson
Cover B: Greg Staples
Cover C: Mick McMahon
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC, 32pp, $3.99, On sale: October 3, 2018

Tank Girl’s 30th anniversary birthday celebrations come to an unruly (and possibly literal) climax!

IDW and 2000 AD Take Dredd Back to Year One!

Though Judge Joseph Dredd’s exploits have changed the post-apocalyptic sprawl of Mega-City One forever, there was a Mega-City One before Dredd ever hopped aboard a Lawmaster. In March 2013’s Judge Dredd: Year One, Eagle Award-winning 2000 AD Editor-in-Chief Matt Smith takes up arms with Dredd veterans Simon Coleby on interiors and Greg Staples on covers to deliver the thrilling exploits of a younger Judge Dredd!

One would be hard pressed to call the young Dredd “fresh-faced” or “eager,” but there is certainly a learning curve to policing Mega-City One’s vast and vicious criminal element. This thrilling period of Dredd’s career was previously explored by Smith in Judge Dredd: Year One – City Fathers, the hit e-novella published by 2000 AD earlier this year, but was immediately recognized as an avenue perfectly suited for a different story told through a comic-book miniseries.

In “The Long, Hard Road,” Smith and Coleby tell a tale where “all the young juves, carry the news,” only in this case, that news is that juves across sector start manifesting psychic abilities. Dredd must team up for the first time with Psi-Division to combat the spreading chaos. But just what is causing the psi-outbreaks as it crosses the dimensions—and what does it have in store for Mega-City One?

By taking to the comics page and telling a new tale from Dredd’s early years on the force, IDW and 2000 AD are thrilled to be bringing fans a Dredd story the likes of which they’ve never seen; not to mention a rare look at the kind of harrowing futuristic criminal saga that built Dredd’s signature grimace. Like the old saying goes, “You can’t strike fear into the deranged heart of a criminal underbelly without breaking a few legs.”

In addition to the stellar team of Mega City One veterans on the book, dedicated Dredd fans will also find variant covers by Cerebus mastermind Dave Sim and Dredd co-creator Carlos Ezquerra in the offing! Fans are urged to appear at their nearest comic shop for judgment, lest they face eternity in the iso-cubes!

JUDGE DREDD: YEAR ONE #1 (FC, 32 pages, $3.99). In stores 3/27/13