2000AD ART – Rogue Trooper – Mike Collins

From London Super Comic Con in 2013

Mike Collins did this piece for me in London in 2013.  Mike was a thoroughly pleasant chap and has a fabulous body of work including Dredd (which I will show you another time), Slaine, Rogue Trooper, Spiderman, Batman, Doctor Who, Transformers, Superman.

Rogue is a genetically engineered super soldier and one of the defining characters in 2000AD.  Just last week it was announced that Duncan Jones will be directing a new ROgue film.  I will admit to having pissed a little upon hearing the news.  At least now it might be easier to explain who Rogue is when they see my Rogue Trooper tattoo.  You know I don’t think I’ve shown you that one yet have I.  Must get round to it.


Author: Michael

Husband, dad,(ex)programmer, comic collector and proud Yorkshireman. I have no idea why im here or why im writing but i rather enjoy it. no great fan of punctuation;

8 thoughts on “2000AD ART – Rogue Trooper – Mike Collins”

  1. This is so cool it made me hold my breath. Took me right back to the 80s and waiting for 2000AD to arrive at the newsagents each week. I have a MacNeil Dredd original on my bedroom wall but Rogue! That’s something else!

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  2. A true cam kennedy rogie is the holy grail of rogue but they’re soo rare

    Macneil is still pretty cool but then I think every piece of artwork I lay my I think every piece of artwork I lay my hands I think every piece of artwork I lay my hands on is so cool


  3. I actually picked up a few more just this week which I’m quite excited about I’ve got three from the same story now and I’m looking forward to getting them framed I think they look great together


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