HEAT VISION

'Judge Dredd' Characters Star in New '2000 AD' Art (Exclusive)

Tula Lotay's illustration of Judge Anderson and Judge Death will only be available to print subscribers of the comic book publisher.
Tula Lotay/Rebellion Publishing
Tula Lotay's illustration of Judge Anderson and Judge Death will only be available to print subscribers of the comic book publisher.

2000 AD is going back to the classics to attract new subscribers with Tula Lotay’s new subscriber-only print featuring characters from Judge Dredd.

The print, by illustrator and comic book artist Lotay (Supreme: Blue Rose, All Star Batman), features fan-favorite characters Cassandra Anderson, member of the Justice Department’s Psi Division, and the villainous Judge Death, both characters from 2000 AD’s flagship Judge Dredd mythology. Measuring 11.69 by 16.53 inches, the print will be exclusively available to annual subscribers to 2000 AD’s print edition as part of a new subscriber reward package announced last month; prints will begin delivery in December.

(Obviously, the actual print won’t include the promotional text in the image below.)

Additionally, subscribers to the iconic U.K. anthology will receive a subscriber pin, a special issue by Rob Williams and Game of Thrones storyboard artist Will Simpson, and a 50 percent discount for the 2000 AD web store. Existing subscribers will receive the new benefits folded into their current deal.

2000 AD launched in the U.K. in 1977 and has featured the work of a number of top creators, including Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Dave Gibbons, Garth Ennis, Mark Millar, Kevin O’Neill and many more. Beyond Judge Dredd, the weekly title has featured a host of other characters, concepts and strips, including Strontium Dog, ABC Warriors and Rogue Trooper, currently being adapted into a movie by Moon director Duncan Jones.

LATEST NEWS