2000 AD Prog 2130 – All Ages Special – out now

Welcome, Earthlets, to the 2000 AD all-ages takeover issue for Prog 2130!

In an unusual act, Tharg has handed over the reins for this issue to his nephew – Joko-Jargo – who you might remember from last year’s Free Comic Book Day issue, along with the zarjaz strips aimed at readers of every generation. He’s back, and he’s got forty-eight zarjaz pages of scrotnig stories to thrill your circuits with!

Cadet Dredd returns, thanks to Chris Weston, with clone brother Rico in tow for an epic monster mash as he tangles with the awesome Grudzilla! Elswhere there’s more Mega-City mayhem as Psi-Judge Anderson tackles a dangerous videogame called Spellcraft, brought to you by the mids of Alec Worley and PJ Holden.

There’s also action on Nu-Earth for Rogue Trooper, by Cavan Scott and Nick Roche, a one-off Future Shock from Karl Stock and Brett Parson, and no less than TWO brand-new stories – Full Tilt Boogie by Alex De Campi and Eduardo Ocaña, and Finder & Keeper by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Davide Tinto.

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2000 AD Prog 2130 is out now from all good newsagents and comic book stores, plus digitally from our webshop and apps! Don’t forget that if you buy an issue of 2000 AD in the first week of its release then postage in the UK is free!

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Finder & Keeper » Finder & Keeper

Somewhere in the UK, 2019. Meera Hundal and Eliot Hunter are a pair of friends at the local Stonecroft school. Although essentially good kids, they find themselves in trouble more often than they’d like thanks to their inability to walk away from a fight. Strong-willed and not afraid to speak their minds, their latest escapade has landed them with community clean-up chores as a punishment — and this particular job they’re not going to forget in a hurry…

You can also read a little interview with Moore & Reppion about Finder & Keeper at https://2000ad.com/post/5348

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