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Here's an advance preview of next Wednesday's special Christmas bumper issue of 2000AD:

https://lewstringer.blogspot.co.uk/2016 ... arjaz.html

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Lew Stringer wrote:Here's an advance preview of next Wednesday's special Christmas bumper issue of 2000AD:

https://lewstringer.blogspot.co.uk/2016 ... arjaz.html
Oh, you are a git. John Freeman will have me doing that this weekend! :D
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colcool007 wrote:
Lew Stringer wrote:Here's an advance preview of next Wednesday's special Christmas bumper issue of 2000AD:

https://lewstringer.blogspot.co.uk/2016 ... arjaz.html
Oh, you are a git. John Freeman will have me doing that this weekend! :D
Eh? :?:
John's already plugged it. The embargo on this one was lifted yesterday, rather than Saturday.
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To be honest there's not much there that interests me very much, but I'll probably buy it for the John Burns and Chris Weston art. A shame as the last few issues have featured the strongest line-up for years in my opinion.

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philcom55 wrote:To be honest there's not much there that interests me very much, but I'll probably buy it for the John Burns and Chris Weston art. A shame as the last few issues have featured the strongest line-up for years in my opinion.

The good thing about 2000AD is that there'll be new stories again in the Spring. That said, this looks like a decent issue and I'm looking forward to the art by Richard Elson and Jimmy Broxton.

Here's John Freeman's item about it, which has less page previews than mine but carries more information:
http://downthetubes.net/?p=35533

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Lew Stringer wrote:
colcool007 wrote:
Lew Stringer wrote:Here's an advance preview of next Wednesday's special Christmas bumper issue of 2000AD:

https://lewstringer.blogspot.co.uk/2016 ... arjaz.html
Oh, you are a git. John Freeman will have me doing that this weekend! :D
Eh? :?:
John's already plugged it. The embargo on this one was lifted yesterday, rather than Saturday.
His is the preview. I have been given the job of doing the review :-)
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