We get some ‘history’ of the cold house and what it was used for. It’s as gruesome as you would expect, and the story is told with some lovely malice and glee. I like the ‘deal gone bad’ trope and how it all works into the story. There is still a lot to go into, but it works out really well. I especially like the ending as things quickly go really bad!
Meanwhile, we find out what’s been happening at the breakers yard – I have a feeling this is all going to tie in nicely and effect everything we’ve got so far!
A brilliant series!
Here’s what’s inside this weeks 2000 AD from Rebellion, Prog 2136 will be available in print and digitally from 2000 AD online UK and DIGITAL: 19th June 2019 £2.85 NORTH AMERICA: 19th July 2019 $32.80 (per pack) DIAMOND: APR191908 COVER: […]
Some thoughts on this weeks 2000 AD – Prog 2135 JUDGE DREDD: TECHNOPHOBES by Rory McConville (w) Inaki Miranda (a) Eva De La Cruz (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) A good one-shot story, with the citizens being […]