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The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast
The official podcast of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic
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April 17, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

In the second part of our two-part interview with artist Arthur Ranson, we delve further into a career that spanned four decades and took him from Cosgrove Hall to the shores of America.

Arthur chats about portraying an ageing Judge Anderson, his experiences of working with writers John Wagner and Alan Grant, how he nearly ended up redesigning Marvel's Ronan the Accuser, and how he feels looking back on his career now.

Make sure you listen to episode one before diving into this episode!

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or on the podcast app of your choice, or you can listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

April 04, 2018 10:28 AM PDT

An artist who should need no introduction, Arthur Ranson was a stalwart of British comics from the 1970s with work on licensed properties for Look-in before moving to 2000 AD in the 1980s and quickly establishing himself as one of the seminal artists on Judge Anderson's solo adventures.

His meticulously detailed style brought atmosphere and depth to his work, whether it was adding verve to adaptations of TV classics such as Sapphire & Steel or rendering the gritty streets of Mega-City One in Judge Dredd.

In the 1990s, he co-created the noir crime thriller Button Man with John Wagner and the fantastical Mazeworld with Alan Grant, while drawing some of the most pivotal and moving moments in Judge Anderson's life.

He has since retired, but collections of his work have brought on re-evaluations of his work for new generations of comics fans, drawn to the rich detail and extraordinary influences of his work.

In the first of a two part interview, Molch-R chats with Arthur about his life, his work, and his choices both creative and personal.

March 20, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

2000 AD Prog 2073 is the ideal issue for new readers, with seven top-notch Thrills - some complete and others at part one! So if you've ever wanted to start reading 2000 AD but didn't know where to start, then this is the issue for you - and the official 2000 AD podcast takes you under the hood as we talk to some of the creative minds behind this latest jumping on Prog!

Rob Williams chats the return of the murderous Judge Pin in Judge Dredd: Fit For Purpose, Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell discuss the new Sinister Dexter story The Salad of Bad Cafe, and we talk to Emma Beeby about her Judge Anderson story with David Roach, Undertow. Plus we welcome the winners of 2017's Thought Bubble script and art competitions, Laura Bailey and Paul Williams, to talk about their first Future Shock for 2000 AD and what it's like to stand in front of an audience and have your work critiqued!

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or on the podcast app of your choice, or you can listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

March 08, 2018 11:11 AM PST

In the second part of our epic chat with Kelvin Gosnell, the former editor talks about some of the forgotten faces involved in the creation of 2000 AD, the origin of Tharg the Mighty and his vocabulary, and his work adapting Harry Harrison's The Stainless Steel Rat...

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or on the podcast app of your choice, or you can listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

February 20, 2018 09:00 PM PST

In the mid-1970s, a sub-editor at British comics publisher IPC read a newspaper article about a forthcoming movie called 'Star Wars'. Spotting a potential gap in the market and encouraged by fellow IPC employee Pat Mills, he penned a memo to management suggesting that science-fiction would be the Next Big Thing.

The 2000 AD podcast chats to the author of that memo, Kelvin Gosnell, about his role in creating 2000 AD, how he went from the competitions department at IPC to creating comics, and some of his stories from the dawn of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic.

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

February 09, 2018 06:59 AM PST

It's going to be a busy year for 2000 AD and the Treasury of British Comics with 34 new graphic novels due to be unleashed! From the devastation of World War One in the definitive edition of Charley's War, to the hijinks of Von Hoffman's Invasion, and the newly coloured adventures of Halo Jones, 2018 promises to be a celebration of all that's best - past and present - in British comics.

Thrill-Cast host Molch-R is joined by Rebellion Publishing's Head of Books and Comic Books, Ben Smith, and graphic novels editor Keith Richardson to discuss what's coming up from 2000 AD and the Treasury of British Comics this year, from the Dickensian struggles imposed on comic book characters of the 1970s to the work it takes to restore old comic books to vivid new life!

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

January 23, 2018 09:00 PM PST

Millions of people around the world have watched Rey, Finn, Poe, Luke and Leia fighting The First Order in Star Wars: The Last Jedi - though they probably won't realise they were seeing costumes and characters designed by two of 2000 AD's finest.

Chris Weston (Judge Dredd, Indigo Prime) and Jock (Judge Dredd, Lenny Zero) are two of 2000 AD's most popular art droids and worked for nine months on costumes and characters for the latest installment of Star Wars, from the caretaker Lanai on Ahch-To to Leia's cloak on Crait, from the police on Canto Bight to the Resistance's pilot helmets.

As the 2000 AD Thrill-Cast celebrates its third birthday, the official 2000 AD podcast talks to Jock and Chris about their work for Lucasfilm on the highest-grossing film of 2017, the influence of 2000 AD on their designs, what skills comics have given them, and the challenges of adapting to a very different work environment.

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

January 09, 2018 09:00 PM PST

One of 2000 AD's creators who should need no introduction, Cam Kennedy has been the artist on some of the most seminal stories in the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, including Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, and The VCs. A huge influence on generations of comic book artists, Kennedy's work merged the gritty style of war comics with a knack for design that gave his work a dynamic - although grounded - simplicity.

Now a resident of Orkney, Kennedy has struggled with his eyesight and has sadly had to give up professional work. In this interview, he talks about his career and the evolving challenges of being a comic book artist.

This interview recording has been kindly provided by Mark Seddon, who run Cam's website www.kennywho.co.uk and art sales.

December 26, 2017 09:00 PM PST

It's been quite a year! Not only have we celebrated 2000 AD's 40th anniversary but a total of 37 episodes of the 2000 AD Thrill-Cast have taken you behind the scenes on the Galaxy's Greatest Comic - from interviewing creators to chatting to famous fans, from hearing from the editorial droids to bringing you insights from our 40th birthday convention.

Like a trio of Dickensian ghosts the podcast droids have chosen just a few of their favourite moments from the Thrill-Cast in 2017, giving you a flavour of what's been, what's current, and what's in store as we head into 2018 and the Thrill-Cast's 3rd birthday!

See you next year, Earthlets - happy New Year!

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

December 12, 2017 09:00 PM PST

He's the writer on Judge Dredd: Titan, Low Life, and Asylum, and Rob Williams is our guest on the latest episode of the official 2000 AD podcast.

One of the most popular new voices on Judge Dredd, Williams has not only brought a new moral dimension to the lawman of the future but has also woven a fresh supporting cast into his world, thanks to his work on Low Life and the creation of undercover Judges Aimee Nixon and Dirty Frank. Along with Al Ewing and Simon Spurrier, Williams wrote the critically-acclaimed 'stealth crossover' Trifecta and his subsequent work with Chris Weston creating the serial killer Judge Pin has readers demanding more! We talk to him about the craft of writing, learning on the job, how he balances the demands of working for both British and American comics, and his love of American Football.

The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast is the award-winning podcast that takes you behind-the-scenes at the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! As well as interviewing top creators and famous fans, we bring you announcements, competitions, and much more! You can subscribe to the Thrill-Cast on iTunes or listen now at www.2000ADonline.com/podcast

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