The latest Judge Dredd epic, featuring zombies infecting the whole 2000 AD multiverse. All of your favourite characters have been turned in to zombies, in this fast-paced standalone horror story!
A Forces brat, Kenneth Niemand's first exposure to the world of Judge Dredd was through random copies of 2000 AD circulating in various RAF bases around the world. He now writes radio comedy, video games and, increasingly, bits and pieces of the world of Judge Dredd.
Henry Flint is the winner of the National Comics Awards for Best Comic Artist 2004. Co-creator of Sancho Panzer, Shakara, and the fan-favourite strip, Zombo, his incredibly versatile pencils have also graced A.B.C. Warriors, Judge Dredd/Aliens, Deadlock, Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, Nemesis the Warlock, The V.C.’s and Venus Bluegenes. He has even written a Tharg’s Alien Invasions strip! He has also worked on several American comics, including Omega Men, Haunted Tank and Fear Itself: Fearsome Four. Away from the comics industry, Henry produced art of the cover of DJ Food’s 2012 album, The Search Engine.
Dan Abnett is a seven-times New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning comic book writer. He has written over fifty novels, including the acclaimed Gaunt’s Ghosts series, the Eisenhorn and Ravenor trilogies, volumes of the million-selling Horus Heresy series, The Silent Stars Go By (Doctor Who), Rocket Raccoon and Groot: Steal the Galaxy, The Avengers: Everybody Wants To Rule The World, The Wield, Triumff: Her Majesty’s Hero, and Embedded. In comics, he is known for his work on The Legion of Super-Heroes, Aquaman, The Titans, Nova, Wild’s End, and The New Deadwardians. His 2008 run on The Guardians of the Galaxy for Marvel formed the inspiration for the blockbuster movie. A regular contributor to the UK’s long-running 2000 AD, he is the creator of series including Grey Area, Lawless, Brink, Kingdom and the classic Sinister Dexter. He has also written extensively for the games industry, including Shadow of Mordor and Alien: Isolation. Dan lives and works in the UK. Follow him on Twitter @VincentAbnett
Emma Beeby had established herself as a professional writer in the film and games industries before moving into the comics arena. The first woman to write Judge Dredd, she has also worked on several other strips for 2000 AD, including Judge Anderson, The Alienist and Survival Geeks (co-creating the latter two strips with frequent writing partner Gordon Rennie). Outside of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, she co-created (again with Rennie) the award-winning graphic novel Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter, and has co-written a Doctor Who series for Titan Comics.
Dan Cornwell is a comic artist and illustrator based on the south coast of England. Early work was on titles such as Futurequake, Dogbreath, 100% Biodegradable. Big break came in 2014 when John Wagner and Alan Grant spotted his work and offered him the chance to illustrate a new sci-fi comic called Rok of the Reds. Since then he's worked on characters including Judge Dredd, Judge Fear, Max Normal and others for 2000 AD and Judge Dredd The Megazine. Also illustrated Dredd for the Cursed Earth card game and Crime Files mobile game. Recent work includes the critically acclaimed sequel to Rok of the Reds - Rok the God, again written by John Wagner, and Roy of the Rovers illustrations for their fiction novels. Continues to work with 2000 AD on stories including the upcoming series Department K and a new John Wagner Judge Dredd story. He is also working with Steve MacManus on Blazer!
Under the pen name D’Israeli, Matt Brooker has been a comic artist since 1988. He is perhaps best known for his collaborations with writer Ian Edginton, including Leviathan, Kingdom of the Wicked, The War of the Worlds, Scarlet Traces, and Batman. Other career highlights include work on Sandman, collaborations with Warren Ellis, including Lazarus Churchyard and the cryptic SVK, and his colouring on the later Miracleman stories, to which he’ll be returning in 2015. Since 2003, he’s been a regular contributor to 2000 AD, mostly as series artist on Stickleback with Ian Edginton and Low Life with Rob Williams. His and Rob’s creator owned series, Ordinary, was published in the Megazine and is now available as a graphic novel. He lives in Nottingham, UK and wishes he had a cat.
Ian Edginton is a New York Times bestselling author and multiple Eisner Award nominee. He is currently writing Batman’66 meets The Avengers (Steed and Mrs Peel, not the other ones!) for DC Comics as well as Judge Dredd, Stickleback, Helium, Kingmaker and Brass Sun for 2000 AD. He lives and works in Birmingham, England.
Neil Googe has been lending his talent to 2000 AD for over twenty years, illustrating strips such as Judge Dredd, Pulp Sci-Fi and Hondo City Justice for the Judge Dredd Megazine. Beyond his work with 2000 AD he has also worked on WildCats and The Flash for DC Comics.
Rob Williams is the writer of Suicide Squad and Martian Manhunter for DC Comics, Unfollow for Vertigo and Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor for Titan Comics. His previous work for 2000 AD includes Judge Dredd: Titan, The Grievous Journey Of Ichabod Azrael (And The Dead Left In His Wake) and The Ten-Seconders, and he is currently writing Roy of the Rovers for Rebellion.
Arthur Wyatt is a British writer based in the American Pacific Northwest, where he lives with his wife Heather and children Gayle and Verity. He has written extensively for 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, including stories set in the Judge Dredd universe, the 2012 move Dredd universe, and beyond. He was also the founding editor of the British small press magazine FutureQuake.