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2000 A.D. (UK) 7-A

Comic Book by Rebellion, Apr 1977

     
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2000 A.D. (UK) 7-A by Rebellion
2000 A.D. (UK) 7-A by Rebellion
Item Bio
In the 'Nerve Centre' (editor and letters page), Tharg the Mighty promises that the first readers letters will appear in the next issue.

Invasion – Train Story (single episode).
Bill Savage and his ‘Mad Dogs’ set a trap to have an express train loaded with Volgan troops plough into the armoured column transporting Field Marshal Zinski, the head of the Volgan army. Their plan works, but due to a tip off from within their own ranks, Savage and his crew are quickly set upon by an elite group of Volgan “Spyder Troops”. Savage loses half of his men – the mole is found but Savage is none too pleased!

Flesh – Flesh Book I: Episode 7.
Carver City is being torn to shreds by the rampaging dinosaurs. Earl Reagan and Joe Brontowski are left for dead as the 'Flesh Controller' orders that no rescue be attempted and all Rangers outside the city are called back to base. Reagan again has to battle it out with his nemesis Old One Eye. However, Old One Eye is overcome by toxic fumes spewing from the burning city dome and blunders off killing anything in her path – she has now gone completely insane! Earl Reagan and the other city survivors now have to make their way to safety on foot, through hundreds of miles of jungle, with no weapons!!

Harlem Heroes – Harlem Heroes: Episode 7.
Giant and his Harlem Heroes are up against the Siberian Wolves. The Wolves are ruthless players and have no regard for their own safety - just bringing on replacements whenever one of their players is badly injured. The rookie Zack is starting to hold his own and the Harlem Heroes have got the measure of the Wolves until Giants jet pack malfunctions and he has to eject, hoping that one of his team-mates will be able to catch him. It appears that someone is trying to sabotage the Heroes…

Dan Dare – Dan Dare: Sequence 7.
The survey party that accompanied Dan Dare and Commander Monday to the surface of Jupiter have been transported to “The Mother Biog” who is feeding on them to power the Biog city. Dare has tamed a ‘living axe’ which he uses to attack the Mother Biog and upon her defeat the Biog city begins to fall apart as its power source has now been cut. Dare, Monday and the rescued survey party blast off Jupiter back to their parent ship Odyssey only to find that it’s under attack by a living Biog spaceship!

M.A.C.H.1 - Bolivia (single episode).
John Probe is sent to Bolivia to recover the President of the British Arms Corporation, Albert Armstrong, who has been held under house arrest since the Bolivian revolution. Probe is able to free Armstrong but during their escape he finds out that Pepe, the boy who guided him to Armstrong’s whereabouts, has been taken captive by the Bolivian Secret Police. Probe allows himself, along with Albert Armstrong, to be recaptured so that he’ll have a chance of rescuing Pepe as well. Once in the Secret police H.Q. John Probe uses his M.A.C.H.1 abilities and is able to rescue both Albert Armstrong and his friend Pepe.

Judge Dredd – The Statue of Judgement (single episode).
To honour the men who keep the streets of Mega-City One safe, The Statue of Judgement is erected beside the Statue of Liberty. During the unveiling a group of thugs led by ‘Ringo’ try to rob some citizens of their money. Judge Dredd steps in, and from the top of the Statue of Judgement shoots the air taxi Ringo has stolen. Ringo falls out of the exploding taxi and dies when impaled on one of the spikes in the Statue of Liberty’s crown - Judge Dredd comments "No one can take liberties with the law!".
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