Preview The First 10 Pages Of ABC Warriors: The Mech Files 02 From 2000AD With Ravishing Kev Walker Artwork

On Thursday the 11th of September, a hardback collection was released by 2000AD of ABC Warriors: The Mech Files 02, and what makes this collection particularly special is its release in full Prog-size format to do justice to the rather ravishing artwork of Kev Walker. And it is ravishing. Mesmerizing even. The colors alone are fantastic. But for those readers who prefer digital format, it's also available through the 2000AD shop for screen-reading.

The book is described thus:

They're resistant to Atomic, Bacterial, and Chemical warfare – but the ABC Warriors will have to face much worse things in the long-unavailable stories Khronicles of Khaos and Hellbringer! Having saved the universe from destruction, the A.B.C. Warriors have chosen to devote themselves to Deadlock's anarchic religion. To become true agents of Khaos, they must first travel to the planet Hekate, collecting seven heads and a seventh team member before The Night of The Blood Moon.

Will the power of Khaos be enough to stop the Terran Empire from obliterating them with their deadly weapon, The Hellbringer? Co-written by Pat Mills (Marshal Law, Nemesis the Warlock) and Tony Skinner (Accident Man, Sex Warrior) this volume of the Mek Files features the sumptuous, fully-painted artwork of Kev Walker (Judge Dredd, Marvel Zombies).

And here's our 10 page preview courtesy of 2000AD:

ABC-MEK FILES 01 ABC-MEK FILES 02 ABC-MEK FILES 03 ABC-MEK FILES 04 ABC-MEK FILES 05 ABC-MEK FILES 06 ABC-MEK FILES 07 ABC-MEK FILES 08 ABC-MEK FILES 09 ABC-MEK FILES 10 ABC-MEK FILES 11Here's further publication information on this collection:

ABC Warriors: The Mek Files 02
Story by: Pat Mills, Tony Skinner
Art by: Kev Walker
Letters by: Steve Potter, Ellie De Ville
Cover by: Kev Walker
Cover Price: £25

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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