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The 2000 AD Thrill-Cast
The official podcast of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic
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February 05, 2019 09:00 PM PST

Writers James Peaty and Guy Adams join host Molch-R on our official podcast to chat about their forthcoming series for the world(s) of 2000 AD!

Max Normal will be a familiar face for any die-hard Dredd fan. 'The Pinstripe Freak' is a Shuggy-playing, slang-laying cat-about-town who's acted as Judge Dredd's slinkiest snitch since 1977. He's set to return, courtesy of Adams and artist Dan Cornwell, in a new series this year and Adams reveals his thoughts on getting the voice right for one of Wagner and Grant's maddest characters and how the episodic nature of 2000 AD strips has affected his writing style.

Peaty's Skip Tracer is now in its third series and he chats about how the strip came to be before discussing his new up-coming series for the Judge Dredd Megazine - Diamond Dogs. Drawn by Warren Pleece, this new series will see Peaty dive into the Britain of Judge Dredd's world and he talks about playing in this less well-defined world and his attitude towards creating new on-going series for 2000 AD.

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 your favourite podcast app, or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

January 22, 2019 09:00 PM PST

Everyone at 2000 AD was greatly saddened at the news that artist Ron Smith has passed away and in this episode of the Thrill-Cast, we pay tribute to one of the best Judge Dredd artists of all time.

A Spitfire pilot during World War Two, during 2000 AD’s 1980s heyday Ron was one of the five iconic Dredd artists alongside Carlos Ezquerra, Mick McMahon, Brian Bolland, and Steve Dillon, and many of the strip’s most unforgettable moments– from The Judge Child Quest to UnAmerican Graffiti, from The Hotdog Run to The Day the Law Died – have the name and style of Ron Smith stamped all over them.

Your host Molch-R is joined by current 2000 AD editor Matt Smith, former 2000 AD art editor Robin Smith, and former 2000 AD editor Steve MacManus to talk about Ron's work, influence, and legacy - from their favourite moments to stories about his incredible work ethic.

To read 2000 AD's tribute to Ron, go to https://2000ad.com/post/4802

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 your favourite podcast app, or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

January 08, 2019 09:00 PM PST

Happy New Year, Earthlets! The new space year of 2019 promises to be packed with Thrill-power thanks to a zarjaz line-up of strips old and new, plus graphic novels to knock your little socks off!

In the first podcast episode of 2019, we focus on new titles away from 2000 AD's usual mix - including a fresh job for the Judge Dredd Megazine's reprint edition, as well as what our releases from the vast IPC archive have in store.

Graphic novel editors Oliver Pickles and Maz Smith join Molch-R to chat about D-Day landings, deep space insanity, 1970s fan fiction, and what it's like deep diving into decades of classic British comics.

For more on the Rebellion graphic novel line-up for 2019, check out the full list at 2000ad.com/post/4628

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 your favourite podcast app, or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

December 12, 2018 03:55 AM PST

The official 2000 AD podcast continues its chat with artist Henry Flint, now focusing on life beyond the walls of Mega-City One - from outer space slaughter with Shakara to haunted tanks, from his love of surrealism to predicting Donald Trump would become president (or did he?).

Listen to episode one here: https://2000ad.com/post/4652
Read the first episode of Shakara here: https://2000ad.com/post/4718

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 your favourite podcast app, or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

November 27, 2018 09:00 PM PST

Having established himself as one of the definitive Judge Dredd artists of the the last 20 years thanks to work on Total War, Day of Chaos, Titan, Enceladus, and now The Small House, Henry Flint is a fan favourite artist whose work evokes the classic styles of Mick McMahon and Kevin O'Neill as well as Carlos Ezquerra and Ron Smith. Easily able to switch between action and comedy, he's the co-creator of the weaponised zombie Zombo with Al Ewing as well as artist on Sancho Panzer, rogue Trooper, Nikolai Dante, Shakara and many other strips.

As Judge Dredd: The Small House draws to a close, 2000 AD Thrill-Cast host Molch-R sits down with Flint for a two-part interview covering the beginning of his love of comics and getting his break at 2000 AD as part of the post-British Invasion generation of creators in the 1990s, as well as his work for American comics. From childhood doodles to nearly bankrupting 2000 AD, Flint's career is both a fascinating snapshot of a changing industry but also an illustration of how creative evolution never stops.

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 your favourite podcast app, or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

November 13, 2018 09:00 PM PST

From the snow-bound battlefields of World War II to those of the 19th early Century, one of the most popular horror strips from 2000 AD has returned with a new setting but a familiar face! It was great to welcome writer Ian Edginton back to the Thrill-Cast to discuss his and Dave Taylor's atmospheric new series, Fiends of the Eastern Front: 1812, which explores just part of the back-story of Gerry Finley-Day and Carlos Ezquerra's 1980 war horror classic.

Plus we talk to graphic novel editor Keith Richardson about the books out this month from The Treasury of British Comics, including Alan Hebden and Carlos Ezquerra's El Mestizo and Sniper Elite: Resistance!

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 your favourite podcast app , or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

October 16, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

Everyone at 2000 AD is still reeling from the news that Carlos Ezquerra has passed away. In this episode of the 2000 AD podcast, we talk to some of the people who knew and worked with him, and just a few of the other 2000 AD creators who were influenced by his incredible work over half a century - Garth Ennis, Matt Smith, Dave Gibbons, Kelvin Gosnell, Jock, Rob Williams, David Baillie, PJ Holden, Simon Fraser and Al Ewing.

One of the all-time greatest comic book artists, the Spanish illustrator was one of the titans of 2000 AD. Originally from Zaragoza, Carlos began his career in Barcelona, drawing westerns and war stories for Spanish publishers. Breaking into the UK market on romance titles like Valentine and Mirabelle, he was head-hunted for the new IPC title Battle Picture Weekly where he drew Rat Pack, Major Eazy and El Mestizo.

In 1976, he was asked to create a new character, the future lawman Judge Dredd, for a new weekly science fiction comic called 2000 AD. Thanks to his enduring partnership with John Wagner, Dredd was to become one of the world’s most recognisable comic book characters, with Carlos there to apply his inimitable style to some of the biggest stories in the strip’s history, such as The Apocalypse War, Necropolis and Origins.

Thanks to Dredd as well as his co-creation of Strontium Dog, created for Starlord in 1978, his adaptation for 2000 AD of Harry Harrison’s Stainless Steel Rat, and thousands upon thousands of comic book pages, Carlos was lauded by readers and creators alike.

Modest and unassuming, Carlos was nonetheless a legend whose contribution to the global comic book industry cannot be understated. His distinctive style - characterised by breathtakingly dynamic, high-energy storytelling and the distinctive ridged thick inking that outlined so many key moments - was instantly recognisable.

Despite a brush with lung cancer in 2010, he continued to work and, although the cancer returned this year it was believed he was recovering well. His sudden death is a profound loss not just to 2000 AD but to the comic book medium.

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 2000AD.com/podcast

October 02, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

This fortnight's episode begins on an incredibly sad note, as we say goodbye to Carlos Ezquerra. The next episode of the Thrill-Cast will be dedicated to him and his legacy.

One of the highlights of the droids' year, the Thought Bubble convention in Leeds is a celebration of the comic book medium and an ideal opportunity for 2000 AD to engage with readers old and new. This year, host Molch-R welcomed droids Guy Adams (Hope), Lizzie Boyle (Scream! & Misty Special), Laura Bailey (Demarco P.I.), Paul Williams (Future Shocks), Leah Moore & John Reppion (Storm Warning) to the 2000 AD panels to discuss what's in store for readers, their creative processes, and creating new characters for 2000 AD, as well as some announcements about forthcoming Thrills! Plus, Every year, 2000 AD gives new writers and artists the chance to get their first work for the Galaxy's Greatest Comic. Prospective art droids have their work scrutinised while would-be writers must pitch their own original Future Shock in just two minutes! They're not for the faint of heart but the competitions have launched the professional careers of some of the newest talent to grace the pages of 2000 AD. This year, the script competition - judge by former script competition winners Laura Bailey (Demaro P.I.) and Rory McConville (Devlin Waugh) with 2000 AD editor Matt Smith and Rob Williams (Judge Dredd) - got through 12 separate entries, ranging from the wicked to the sublime! There was advice aplenty, as the judges sifted through the entries and chose their favourite. Listen as would-be writers pitch their ideas and discover who this year's winner was!

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 2000AD.com/podcast

September 18, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

The Judge Dredd Megazine hits its 400th issue this week and the 2000 AD podcast sits down with editor Matt Smith to talk about what it's taken to shepherd the Meg to this new milestone, if there were any close-calls along the way, and what's in store for the monthly...

Plus, we chat about the forthcoming Thought Bubble convention - from why it's one of the best comics shows in the UK to the new talent we've discovered through our art and script competitions!

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 2000AD.com/podcast

September 04, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

He's the mad genius behind Zombo, Damnation Station, and the Zaucer of Zilk - and now he's in the pub, talking to the 2000 AD Thrill-Cast!

Bringing a unique new voice to 2000 AD, his vivid imagination and dark humour-tinged stories quickly established him as one of 2000 AD's most popular writers and a regular on Judge Dredd, where he worked with Si Spurrier and Rob Williams on the hugely successful Judge Dredd crossover epic, Trifecta.

With his on-going success with Marvel Comics, Ewing sits down with Molch-R to discuss his beginnings as a writer, his preferred version of 'The Marvel Method', his thoughts on continuity, and whether he's coming back to 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 on the podcast app of your choice, or you can listen now at 2000AD.com/podcast

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