Wyvern Stormblüd is on a murderous rampage, and Barb Wire is the focus of the drunken disaster’s fury. Barb’s lost the one weapon capable of dropping the besotted behemoth, and if it can’t be found among the wreckage of a shuttered steel mill, she’ll be laid off for good!
This issue brings this initial arc of the new series to a close and gives us a bit of a new status quo to Barb Wire and the bar! There is the traditional humour we’ve come to expect from Barb Wire and a nice piece of action. I felt a little sad for Wyvern at the end, and I hope we see more of him as he’s an entertaining character who brings some chaos! There are also seeds for a future, long running storyline, so I would like to see how that pans out!
Here’s what’s inside this weeks 2000 AD – Prog 2115 UK and DIGITAL: 23rd January 2019 £2.85 NORTH AMERICA: 23rd February 2018 $22.40 (per pack) DIAMOND: NOV181941 COVER: CLIFF ROBINSON (a) DYLAN TEAGUE (c) In this issue:JUDGE DREDD: MACHINE LAW by […]
Marvel has released its annual list of the most popular comics read through its digital subscription service Marvel Unlimited. In a new e-mail to Marvel Unlimited subscribers, Marvel revealed that Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet dominated […]
Occasionally you can get something a little extra digitally. This time it’s with the upcoming Fantastic Four issue. If you order before the 29th January 2019 you will get issue #6 – The Directors Cut! […]