Brand new competition that could see YOU getting your art published in 2000 AD – and paid for it!
Some of the biggest artists in comic books got their break at the legendary award-winning 2000 AD – and you could be joining them!
Our new art competition – 2000 AD Art Stars – is your chance to get into the pages of 2000 AD AND get paid for it!
Star Scans have been a staple of 2000 AD since its earliest days: single-image pin-ups of the greatest characters in the galaxy, from Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog to Dan Dare and Rogue Trooper, drawn by some of the best artists in comics from Brian Bolland and Dave Gibbons to Jock and Liam Sharp!
Every four months, we’re giving artistic Earthlets the chance to submit Star Scan pin-ups based on 2000 AD characters – and the winner, chosen by the editorial team at 2000 AD, will be published in a future edition of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic. PLUS they’ll be paid for their art!
Each four months we’ll announce a new theme and Earthlets can submit their art direct to the editorial droids. Our editor will choose their favourite image for publication. Plus, a runner up will be chosen by public vote and receive zarjaz 2000 AD graphic novels! This is your chance to follow in the footsteps of some of comics’ greatest artistic talents and, who knows, maybe break into the industry yourself!
To submit your Judge Dredd-themed 2000 AD Art Star entry now, email the artwork as a 300dpi jpg image (no bigger than 10mb in size) to email@example.com
Entries are open until 9th September 2018. Terms and conditions apply.
Follow the competition as we feature selected entries on 2000 AD’s social media at:
In the harsh wastelands of the Cursed Earth, a young boy discovers a man suffering from horrific burns but, somehow, still alive. Unbeknownst to either of them, a journey into hell awaits them both… Do not watch unless you’re unafraid of spoilers, because this is the story of The Dead Man!
Every week, The 2000 AD ABC brings you another bite-sized video unveiling a classic story from the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic – from ABC Warriors to Zombo! Hosted by publicity droid Molch-R, The 2000 AD ABC gives you the low-down on mind-blowing stories from some of comics’ top creators!
Were you one of the Earthlets who got their design for a Mean Arena team featured in the strip? The Edinburgh Executioners by George Coleman were featured in Prog 238 and the Penzance Riggers appeared in Prog 226! They were both featured in a special feature in the 1983 2000 AD Annual.
Judge Dredd Megazine subscribers to get free art print with every issue!
There’s never been a more mega time for Judge Dredd Megazine subscribers – they’ll now get a free cover print with every issue!
Readers who subscribe to 2000 AD’s monthly sister magazine, the Judge Dredd Megazine, will now automatically receive a free print of each month’s cover, shorn of logo and coverlines, as well as the regular 64-page mini-reprint trade.
Heading out to subscribers this weekend and hitting shelves on 17th January, Judge Dredd Megazine #392 will be bagged with a free print of Jake Lynch’s stunning cover art to mark the start of the new DREDD movie tie-in story, The Dead World.
This new story by Arthur Wyatt, Alex De Campi (script), Henry Flint (art), Chris Blythe (colours), and Annie Parkhouse (letters) features the first appearance of Judge Death and the Dark Judges in the world created by Alex Garland in the cult hit 2012 film.
Editions with prints are ONLY available to readers who subscribe through the 2000 AD website at 2000ad.com – as well as a free print and bagged trade every month, they’ll also receive issues days before they’re available in stores!