Digital Edition - 24th Sep 2008
The Red Seas » Old Gods (Part 6)
1775. Captain Jack Dancer and his motley crew were one of the most infamous band of pirates sailing the southern seas. But wanted by the British Navy and exiled from their home on New Providence Island, they sought adventure elsewhere...
Stalag 666 » Stalag 666 (Part 6)
2247. Humanity is at war with the Shh’keen, a reptilian alien race that has turned many of the Terran colonies over to its side. Loyalist Earth soldiers hate these ‘Mussolini’ traitors even more than they despise the ‘Snakes’. Situated on planets throughout the system are Shh’keen prisoner of war camps, from which escape seems impossible...
Lobster Random » The Forget-Me-Knot (Part 5)
Ugly of temper and with a pair of claws surgically grafted onto his sides, LOBSTER RANDOM was a GM soldier, adapted to never need sleep or to feel pain. Discharged from the military, he found his talents lay in the art of torture, and he hires out his services for any client who requires information and isn't squeamish about the methods employed to get it...
A.B.C. Warriors » The Volgan War V3 (Part 5)
Mars, the far future. War droids created for a conflict that ended centuries ago, the A.B.C. WARRIORS are resistant to Atomic, Bacterial and Chemical warfare. Recruited to bring peace to the civil war-ravaged frontier colonies on the Red Planet, the Mek-nificent Seven comprise leader Hammerstein, the mystical Deadlock, sharpshooter Joe Pineapples, the brutish Mongrol, voice of Mars Steelhorn, the treacherous Blackblood, and the pin-headed battle-tank Mek-Quake.
Judge Dredd » Firestorm (Part 2)
Mega-City One, 2130 AD. This vast urban nightmare on the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America is home to 400 million citizens, every one a potential criminal. With lawlessness rife, only the Judges can prevent total anarchy. These future lawmen are judge, jury and executioner. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd - he is the Law! Inspired by Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry; the film poster for Death Race 2000. The name Judge Dredd came from Pat Mills who was originally going to use it for a different character. The first Judge Dredd story published was drawn by Mike McMahon, not co-creator Carlos Ezquerra. Ezquerra was so upset that he didn't draw Dredd for five years afterwards, only returning for the Apocalypse War mega-epic.