200 ad Prog

2000 AD Prog 1674-1696 (Update, Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 8, 2010
2000 AD Prog 1674-1696 (Update, Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1674-1696 (Update, Ongoing)
Eng| MU & Hotfile | 23 CBR | Rebellion Developments | May 3 - Aug 4 2010 | 422.65 MB Total
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1673 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1670-1673 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at March 1, 2010
2000 AD Prog 1670-1673 (Ongoing) Update

2000 AD Prog 1670-1673 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Rebellion Developments | Feb 3-24 2010 | 74.4 MB
+ 2000 Ad Prog 1631-1669 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1669 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 3, 2010
2000 AD Prog 1669 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1669 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Rebellion Developments | Jan 27 2010 | 29 Pages | 18.9 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1668 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1668 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 25, 2010
2000 AD Prog 1668 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1668 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Rebellion Developments | Released Jan 20 2010 | 30 Pages | 18.1 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1667 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1666-1667 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 16, 2010
2000 AD Prog 1666-1667 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1666-1667 (Ongoing)
Eng |RS & Hotfile | 2 CBR | Rebellion Developments | Jan 6 - Jan 13 2010 | 29 + 30 Pages | 35.4 MB Total
+ 2000 A.D. Prog 1631-1665

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1665 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 10, 2009
2000 AD Prog 1665 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1665 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | Rebellion Developments | Dec 9 2009 | 30 Pages | 15.9 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1664

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1663 & 1664 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 3, 2009
2000 AD Prog 1663 & 1664 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1663 & 1664 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 2 CBR | Rebellion Developments | Nov 25 - Dec 2 2009 | 2 x 30 Pages | 17.2 + 16.5 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1662 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1662 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 19, 2009
2000 AD Prog 1662 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1662 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Rebelion Developments | Nov 18 2009 | 30 Pages | 17.2 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1661 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1661 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 12, 2009
2000 AD Prog 1661 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1661 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Rebellion Developments | Nov 11 2009 | 32 Pages | 18.3 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1660 Complete

2000 AD is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.

2000 AD Prog 1660 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 5, 2009
2000 AD Prog 1660 (Ongoing)

2000 AD Prog 1660 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Rebelliion Developments | Nov 4 2009 | 32 Pages | 18.7 MB
+ 2000 AD Prog 1631-1659 Complete

is a multi-awarded, long-running and still-ongoing weekly British science fiction-oriented comics anthology that serializes a number of separate stories each issue (called a "prog") that has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since it’s first publication by IPC Magazines in February 26, 1997. IPC, later Fleetway, continued to produce the title until 2000, when it was bought by Rebellion Developments. Due in part to its weekly publication schedule, it is one of only a few comics to surpass 1,600 issues. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by a number of artists and writers who became renowned in the field internationally, such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Bryan Talbot, Brian Bolland, Garth Ennis and Mike McMahon.