Pat Mills



Doctor Who: The Comic Strip Adaptations are Gloriously Bonkers

'Doctor Who: The Comic Strip Adaptations' is Gloriously Bonkers [AUDIO DRAMA REVIEW]

Tom Baker returns in Big Finish Productions' newest Doctor Who audio drama line. The first volume of Doctor Who: The Comic Adaptations is an unexpected and welcome release: an adaptation of stories that were originally comics in Doctor Who Weekly Magazine back in the late 1970's and early 1980's. These stories were originally written by […]

BEEP THE MEEP RETURNS! - The Fourth Doctor Comic Strip Adaptations | Doctor Who

'Doctor Who': Big Finish Audio Drama Adapts 4th Doctor's 80's Comics [TRAILER]

Big Finish Productions released a trailer on Thursday announcing the Doctor Who audio drama adaptation of the Fourth Doctor's comic book adventures that originally ran in the early 1980s. Back in the early 80s, Doctor Who Monthly magazine ran comic strips featuring The Fourth Doctor drawn by Watchmen co-creator and artist Dave Gibbons and written by […]

All-Women 2000 AD Summer Special in Rebellion June 2018 Solicits

Get ready for the 2000 AD summer special with an entire woman team and the 2000 AD June Pack, dive into Alan Moore's work on Future Shock, and check out the reprints of Jinty and Charley's War. All comes from Rebellion this June. Details below. 2000 AD PACK JUNE 2018 APR181715 Incredible SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! The future lawman investigates […]

2000 AD February Solicits With T.C. Eglington, Peter Milligan, Dan Abnett, And More

2000 AD, the famous stomping grounds of the infamous Judge Dredd, continue their anthology sci-fi series this February. Creators such as Ian Edginton, T.C. Eglington, Dave Taylor, Rory McConville, Arthur Wyatt, Patt Mills, Clint Langley, Peter Milligan, and Dan Abnett are working across their flaghsip 2000 AD Prog series and the Judge Dredd Megazine. 2000 AD PROGS 2067-2070 2067 on sale 7 February 2018 2068 […]

2000 AD #2051 Review: Riots, Gambling, And Angry Gods

2000 AD #2051 continues the tales of Judge Dredd, Slaine, Sinister Dexter, Indigo Prime, and Grey Area. The continuation of the 'Icon' arc for Judge Dredd, by T.C. Eglington, Colin MacNeil, and Chris Blythe finds the media further instigating the riots, and the rioters have plans for the intended statue of Judge Dredd. This issue […]

2000 AD #2050 Review: A Mixed Bag With Some Compelling Tales

In this extra-sized issue of the sci-fi anthology book, 2000 AD, we have stories of Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, Grey Area, Slaine, Indigo Prime, Sinister Dexter, and The Fall of Dead World. The Judge Dredd story entitled 'Icon', by T.C Eglington, Colin MacNeil, and Chris Blythe, is about a plan to erect a statue to […]


Marshal Law Creators Pat Mills And Kevin O'Neill's New Project Read Em And Weep

Pat Mills is the creator of the controversial cancelled Action! comic as well as 2000AD and co-creator of Judge Dredd. Kevin O'Neill's is the co-creator of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Cinema Purgatorio. Together they created the legendary superhero satire Marshal Law. And now they have a new takedown of the comic book industry from […]

Rebellion Brings Back Misty, The Teen Horror Comic For Girls

As Bleeding Cool reported last week, 2000AD publisher Rebellion are bringing the classic girls horror comic from the seventies back into print. They will reprint comics from creators also well known for their 2000 AD work, beginning with the work of 2000 AD's first editor, Pat Mills. Which means, as we also reported, Moonchild by Pat Mills and […]

Rebellion To Bring Back Misty Comic For Girls, With Pat Mills

Back before the mid-eighties, girls comics were big business in the UK. With names like Misty, Bunty, Jackie, they would often outsell the boys own comics. But then things changed. Comics got harder, more male, and other media were more flexible. And the girls comics went away. Well I understand that Rebellion, publishers of one […]

Legendary Carlos Ezquerra Awarded Comic-Con Inkpot Achievement in Comics Arts

By Michele Brittany, West Coast Correspondent At the top of the hour for the Saturday panel titled "Spotlight on Carlos Ezquerra," a Comic-Con organizer announced that he had the honor to present Ezquerra with the Inkpot Award for Achievement in Comics Arts. The acknowledgement reaffirmed the artist's involvement in comics for 45 years. After the […]

MCM Comic Con Birmingham: Pat Mills Talks Marshal Law, 2000AD And Slaine

By Olly MacNamee For those of us comic book fans keeping a keen eye on the MCM Comic Con's Main Stage schedule this last Saturday for any comic book related events, we were pleasantly rewarded with a lunchtime panel spotlighting the career of modern British comic groundbreaker, Pat Mills. Yes, THE Pat Mills, coming in […]


The Return Of Punisher 2099 – After Two Decades

Punisher 2099 was co-created by Pat Mills, one of the men behind the creation of Judge Dredd and the co-creator of Marshal Law. When Pat creates superheroes, he has a tendency to create them for satirical purpose and go over the top sowing what a bad idea the character would be in real life. And […]


When Dwayne Johnson Could Have Been… Marshal Law

Pat Mills has been talking about his nightmares dealing with Hollywood trying to adapt his comics into movies. Such as, Then there was the boss of a media company that's a household name who 'definitely' wanted to do a whole range of projects featuring my characters, including Marshal Law. They were 'very, very serious'. This […]



Desperately Seeking Comics At London Book Fair 2014

London Book Fair is big. Really big. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist's, but that's just peanuts to the London Book Fair. Listen… So comic books could get lost within its vast maw. But they still manage to stick out. Here's a few I found yesterday […]