Moore-Reppion-D'Israeli Join Judge Dredd Megazine

Moore-Reppion-D'Israeli Join Judge Dredd Megazine

Leah Moore and John Reppion are to write for the 2000AD stable for the first time, with the legendary artist D'Israeli, in the Judge Dredd Megazine short story section Tales From The Black Museum.Scouting For Bots, a play on the Baden Powell book,
Their first work for 2000 AD, a Tales from the Black Museum story entitled Scouting for Bots, will appear in Judge Dredd Megazine #322, on sale in the UK on 28th March and in North America on 11th April. Art on the nine-page tale has been supplied by another 2000 AD fan favourite – D'Israeli, otherwise known as artist Matt Brooker.

Leah Moore has fond memories of the company from a child. She is quoted as saying "We are really excited to be finally working for the comic we have all grown up with (some of us more than others!). I remember my dad taking me to the 2000 AD office when I was small (maybe eight?) and meeting Tharg in the flesh! I said "Borag Thungg, O Mighty One". He said "Borag Thungg, Earthlet Leah". It was awesome. It's nice to see that bit of early networking paid off over two decades later."

Moore-Reppion-D'Israeli Join Judge Dredd Megazine

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