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U.K. Comics Mag 2000AD Crosses The Pond

Posted at 8:08AM Wednesday 31 Mar 2010

With a stable of creators that has included such superstars as Alan Moore and Grant Morrison, and such popular series as Judge Dredd, the British comics magazine 2000AD is known to American readers, but mainly at a distance. That is about to change: Rebellion Publishing, 2000AD's publisher, will begin publishing U.S. editions of new and classic series in June. The books, all in graphic novel format, will be available to comics shops through Diamond and to bookstores through Simon and Schuster.

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