FCBD 2017 2000 Ad Special
FCBD 2017 2000 Ad Special, $1.99

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT



The galaxy's greatest Eisner-nominated SF anthology returns to Free Comic Book Day with a 32 page, 40th anniversary special. Judge Dredd is confronted by someone with a personal vendetta in Forty Years of Hurt from Matt Smith and Phil Winslade; the treacherous A.B.C. Warrior known as Blackblood faces off against a new nemesis named General Public from Pat Mills and Kei Zama; private investigator Mallory Hope encounters occult forces in 1940's Los Angeles from Guy Adams and Jimmy Broxton; Judge Anderson attempts to capture the alien bounty hunter known as Trapper Hag and his evil sister Skinner Hag in Hag Team by Dan Abnett and DaNi; and Judge Death attempts to disclose the identity of a murderer in Dreams of Deadworld by Kek-W and Dave Kendall. If that wasn't enough, this ghafflebette tome includes some exciting, free digital content!
Date Available: 04/12/2017

BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


The 2000 AD FCBD specials are usually pretty good, and this one is no exception. It's pretty good. Phil Winslade's art on the first story is pretty good. Pat Mill's script on the General Public story is pretty good, the use of magic in the Hope story is pretty good, and the Judge Anderson and Judge Death stories balance each other out with one (Anderson) being terrible, and the other (Death) being great with beautiful painted artwork by Dave Kendall. That leaves us with pretty good, and that's pretty good, right?

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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