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Weekender: ‘100 Views of Tokyo’, Three Festivals, But Only One Lauren Purje

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The weekend is here! Take a look back at what’s happened in the past seven days. New comics, new stories, new podcasts, new art being made — it’s all part of the ComicsAlliance Weekender!

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See The Early Days Of Mega-City One’s Psychic Judge In ‘Cadet Anderson: Teenage Kyx’

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2000 AD is collecting the stories of Judge Anderson's early days in Cadet Anderson: Teenage Kyx. Set for release in January, the paperback volume shows the earliest missions for the young (and extremely psychically gifted) judge, and show how she arrived at an interpretation of the law that's not quite as unyielding as her occasional partner, Judge Dredd's. Check out a preview.

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Weekender: Nilah Magruder, Atomic Junk Shop, And Our Feminist Agenda

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The weekend is here! Take a look back at what’s happened in the past seven days. New comics, new stories, new podcasts, new art being made — it’s all part of the ComicsAlliance Weekender!

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2000 AD Reveals Raid71’s Judge Anderson Print, Set To Debut At Thought Bubble

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If you're going to be in the United Kingdom on November 5 and 6, there are a whole lot of good reasons to get yourself to Leeds and check out the Thought Bubble convention --- especially if you've got a blank spot on your wall that you've been waiting to fill with an artistic tribute to Judge Cassandra Anderson.

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The Storyteller: Remembering Steve Dillon (1962-2016)

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Steve Dillon, well known to comics fans the world over for his work on two continents and across many decades, passed away on October 22, 2016. Writer Charlotte Finn pays tribute to an extraordinary artist.

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Bizarro Back Issues: Mills And Armstrong’s Moonchild Has… The Power! (1978)

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Moonchild was one of the strips that ran in Misty, which was originally conceived by Mills as a sister title for 2000 AD, complementing the sci-fi directed primarily at boys with supernatural spookiness aimed at girls. Unfortunately, Misty wasn't as successful, and was later merged with a similar title, Tammy, before finally getting the axe in the mid-'80s.

The good news, though, is that thirty years after its last issue, Misty finally saw a reprint this year, and while its take on the popular horror of the day isn't quite as over-the-top as, say, Judge Dredd's take on America as a concept, it's still well worth checking out.

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Impersonate A Judge And Get 20 Years In The Cubes With Judge Dredd Masks From Ghoulish Productions

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I have seen a lot of great Judge Dredd cosplay over the years, and while the costume itself presents a whole set of sartorial challenges, I have to imagine that the most difficult part of being Dredd is maintaining his permanent stony scowl. Even the most dedicated person is eventually going to think about two different kinds of animals being best friends, and boom. With one slight smile, the whole thing falls apart.

Now, though, 2000 AD and Ghoulish Productions have a solution: An officially licensed latex mask based on some of the comic's most popular characters, starting with Judge Dredd and his genocidal, interdimensional foe, Judge Death.

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Weekender: Olivia Stephens, ‘Sleepless Domain’, and Nomi Kane

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The weekend is here! Take a look back at what’s happened in the past seven days. New comics, new stories, new podcasts, new art being made — it’s all part of the ComicsAlliance Weekender!

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The Best Stories From 2000 Issues Of ‘2000 AD,’ From The Editors That Brought You Thrillpower [Sci-Fi Week]

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With 2000 AD hitting its monumental 2000th issue today, there's no better time to look back on the history of the title We reached out to the people who have shaped the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, from founding editor Pat Mills to current editor Matt Smith, and more, to find out not just how they came to 2000 AD, but the stories they think you should start with.

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Spice Up Your Iso-Cube With ThreeA’s ‘Judge Dredd’ Figure

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With the darn near overwhelming amount of prints, posters, and original art that’s available to us comic book readers, it’s pretty easy to decorate our homes to reflect our interests. Heck, we’re living in a time where you can even get a cookie jar in the shape of your favorite superhero, so clearly, there are options. There is, however a shortage of high-end, tangible, three-dimensions reminders of the inexorable and intractable power of the Law. Or there was, until ThreeA announced their brand new Judge Dredd figure.

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