Review: 2000 AD – Prog 2208

Prog 2208 of 2000 AD from Rebellion is out now.

In this issue:
Judge Dredd: Simply Normal by Kenneth Niemand (w) Steven Austin (a) Chris Blyth (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)

An interesting look at the other side of the Simps. I like the reasoning behind the ‘Simp Underground’ There are some good aspects here, and Dredd is suspicious…

Stickleback: New Jerusalem by Ian Edginton (w) D’Israeli (a) Jim Campbell (l)

A big interesting battle. I like the commentary and it looks like there is a ‘Plan B’ and this will up the ante!

Skip Tracer: Hyperballad by James Peaty (w) Paul Marshall (a) Dylan Teague (c) Simon Bowland (l)

Plans go slightly off here, but it seems that Skip has a bigger plan. I like the finish with the Splicers!

Fiends of the Eastern Front: Constanta by Ian Edginton (w) Tiernen Trevallion (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)

A return home of sorts. It’s really building up here, and I wonder where some of these end up. The witches powers are really well done, and I’m enjoying the art.

Hook-Jaw by Alec Worley (a) Leigh Gallagher (a) Simon Bowland (l)

Belief is a strong thing, and there are some interesting real-world parallels here. It’s a bloodbath here. I wonder how we get out of this?

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