Johnny Red IV: England or Bust

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Re: Johnny Red IV: England or Bust

Postby Red Laser » 01 Mar 2016 14:34

I read a recent issue of Judge Dredd Megazine that had an interview with Garth and Keith about Johnny Red they both seem enthusiastic enough about the project so we may see more new stories by this creative team. Keith also lives on the Isle of Man it would be great to have a pint or two with him.
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Re: Johnny Red IV: England or Bust

Postby Chopper » 01 Mar 2016 23:34

No stalking, mate, that never ends well. :-)
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Re: Johnny Red IV: England or Bust

Postby action-figure-supplies » 02 Mar 2016 11:27

A bit off topic but the 2000AD podcast often has interviews with the early creative team who often worked on other comics and talk about their work on them. Garth Ennis has been on it and Steve MacManus who was the editor on Battle for a bit. No huge revelations in the podcasts but they're still interesting listens.
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Re: Johnny Red IV: England or Bust

Postby Quickfire » 02 Mar 2016 19:36

action-figure-supplies wrote:A bit off topic but the 2000AD podcast often has interviews with the early creative team who often worked on other comics and talk about their work on them. Garth Ennis has been on it and Steve MacManus who was the editor on Battle for a bit. No huge revelations in the podcasts but they're still interesting listens.


:shock: Oh! 2000AD has a podcast?!? .... how could I not kn... oh wait

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