BEST OF 2000 AD VOL.2
Pre-order the third volume of The best of the year 2000 – the best-selling historical series of cult comics, packed with our greatest stories for a new generation of readers!
Each The best of the year 2000 contains a mix of modern classics and gems from the vault. In each edition, you’ll find an explosive new Judge Dredd adventure, new essays by prominent pop culture writers, a graphic novel presentation by world legends, and a vintage Dredd case.
In this volume: spend a night on The change of cemetery with Judge Dredd; Gordon Rennie and Frazer Irving log in and drop superpowers tab before Storming the sky; and get lost in the darkness lying in the belly of the good ship Leviathan from Ian Edgeton and From Israeli.
Boasting brand new covers from a range of featured artists including Erica Henderson (Dracula, damn it!) and Declan Shalvey (moon knight) with the designer Tom Muller (x-men), The best of the year 2000 is the essential gateway to the greatest comic in the galaxy!
Praise for The best of the year 2000:
“For newcomers and old readers alike, it acts as an almost perfect introduction to what makes 2000 AD so special.” – Wired.com
“Honestly, it’s absolutely perfect for new readers” – comicon.com
“People ask me” where is the best place to start reading 2000 ADSomeone else did the work for me. – Near mint condition
“A master class in attracting new readers” – The Comics Beat
“If you want to get into comics, this is where you want to be. You won’t regret it. – The Comic Crush
“⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ … it’s hard to imagine a better entry point into [2000 AD].” – comicbook.com
“An impressive and substantial help of the genera, names and properties that have made 2000 AD an iconic force. – Broken Border
“An excellent entry point for new readers and an exemplary rediscovery for fans of the classics.” – Cartoon Yeti
“Made me want the next collection.” – How to like comics
“a must-have for comic book fans, regardless of genre preference” – Comic Book Resources
“How to finally break down Judge Dredd and 2000 AD in America” – Popverse