This issue of 2000 AD features the start of four new dark sci-fi stories from some of the genre’s greats.
The first story, Serial Serial features Judge Dredd (written by his creator and maestro of grit, John Wagner) up against old foe PJ Maybe, who pulls a grisly magic trick on stage and claims insight into three separate sets of serial murders (serial serial killings, if you will.) Whether or not Maybe is the serial serial murderer himself isn’t clear, but Judge Dredd is on the case. It’s a great start, and my only complaint is that I wish it was longer!
The next story takes us to a dark alternate England in 1671, where retired zomb—er—you-know-what hunter Defoe has settled down with his new family… until an army of London’s executed criminals crawls from the grave, and comes hunti...Read More