2000 AD Progs, Star Pin-Ups, Poster Covers, and thrill-power galore!

Mutie and the Beast star pin up. 2000 AD Sci Fi Special. 1987.

TVTA is pleased to present an utterly thrill-tastic selection of 1980s and 90s Prog covers, Star Pin-Ups, Poster Covers, and more from British comic publication 2000 AD – featuring art by Carlos Ezquerra, Kevin O’Neil, Ron Smith, Massimo Belardinelli, Dave Gibbons, Jim McCarthy, Cliff Robinson, Brett Ewins, John Ridgway, Henry Flint, and Loaf.

Rejoice, brothers (and sisters) of Death!

Many readers of 2000 AD will know about Judge Death and the Four Dark Judges…

TVTA.

Brian Bolland.

But how about the Sisters of Death: Nausea and Phobia?

Below panels from Judge Dredd: The Dead Man. The Sisters of Death – Nausea and Phobia. Art by John Ridgway.

Feeling ssssick yet? If Nausea and Phobia are a bit too much for you, there’s always mutant vampire bounty hunter Durham Red…

Durham Red. 2000 AD Sci Fi Special 1989. Artist credited as SW?

Cover Posters!

2000 AD Prog 340. 1983. Nemesis cover poster art by Kevin O’Neil.

2000 AD Prog 334. 1983. Slaine cover poster art by Massimo Belardinelli.

2000 AD Prog 333. 1983. Judge Dredd poster cover art by Carlos Ezquerra.

Don’t run with scissors!


Cool cover art!

2000 AD Prog 339. 1983. Cover: Carlos Ezquerra.


Mutants Keep Out!

Strontium Dog: The Town That Died Of Shame. Art by Jim McCarthy. 2000 AD Sci Fi Special. 1986

Judge Dredd Mega Special. 2000 AD Sci Fi Special 1986.


Free Chopper! (you know you want to!)

2000 AD Prog 545. 1987. Oz. Cover by Cliff Robinson.

Oz Part One. 2000 AD Prog 545. 1987. Art by Cliff Robinson.

Chopper Support Kit. 2000 AD Prog 545. 1987.



Nemesis The Warlock sculpture by Tony Luke. 2000 AD Sci Fi Special. 1987.

2000 AD and Tornado ad. 1980.

Outlaw. 2000 AD Sci Fi Special. 1996.

2000 AD Sci Fi Special. 1987. Cover art uncredited.

Lastly… too many rubbish comic books?

Pass that trash to Ro-Jaws!


Thank you for thrill-seeking with us 🙂 

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