2000AD Art – Baberace 2000

Prog 886 11 May 1994

Not shown you any of this for a while have I.

I think perhaps I have too much of this art work lark because I found this behind the couch and have no idea when I bought it.  The couch is about two years old so I guess I have a rough time frame.

Pretty stuff though.  Acetate overlay on four pages of ‘Baberace 2000’ written by Mark Millar and drawn by Anthony Williams with lettering courtesy of the wonderful Ellie deVille.  Glorioustically stylistice and so very of it’s time and it remainsl so wonderfully vibrant even after 25 years.

Ive just realised I have another Anthony Williams piece on the wall next to me where I am sat.  I will have to show you that another time becasue it is a rather special piece indeed.

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2000AD Annual 1978

Christmas 1978.

I have no idea where and when I got this but it is the 2000Ad annual from 1978, the year after 2000ad started.  It is a pretty hefty offering and features no less than 21 different stories or features. Generous indeed!  It still looks great for something nearly 40 years old!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2000AD Prog 453

18th January 1986

When I was going through some of my older copies this one really stood out as I actually remember reading it when it came out in 1986.  I even cut the back page off, the Slaine Glen Fabry poster, and stuck it on my bedroom wall.  I would have been 14 at the time and at a stage when I was desperate for anything 2000ad related.

It has some wonderful stories, a real collection of classics for sure.  You get Dredd, Halo Jones, Ace Trucking, Strontium Dog and Slaine.  Damn!20181106_0614232915756379180325521.jpg20181106_0615035859040150662918414.jpg20181106_0612598357593675275760045.jpg20181106_0612351629775057093633809.jpg20181106_0613476399150717206600415.jpg20181106_0613293409717085828435121.jpg