"Oh, this is a joy, an absolute joy." - Comicon.com The fourth volume of 2000 AD's critically acclaimed all ages anthology is here to deliver fresh, fast and furious thrills to younger readers!
"The joy of Regened is that it’s a proper all-ages thing, something for young and old" - Comicon.com 2000 AD's all ages science fiction anthology series is returns with a fourth thrill-powered collection of epic, action packed stories featuring all of your favourite characters and a brand new, exclusive Harlem Heroes strip! Cadet Dredd goes undercover as a renegade runaway! It's the Harlem Heroes versus the Harlem Hellcats in the most dangerous - and deadly - aeroball game Mega-City One's ever seen! Does Chopper have what it takes to evade the Judges and win the Sky Surfing competition? Travel to other dimensions with Jaina and Jacen in 'Splorers! And Judge Anderson is back with another collection of brainbusting puzzles! It's the Galaxy's best and brightest all-ages comic - it's 2000 AD Regened!
RAMZEE is what happens to a kid who grows up on a diet of 90’s Image and 2000’s Toonami. Since being nominated for a British Comic Award for his debut indie comic in 2016, he’s gone on to draw illustrations for the BBC & MerkyBooks and write Cat Girl for Rebellion’s 'Tammy & Jinty', ‘FAB’ for StoryWorlds and write & draw his first graphic novel ‘LDN’ for Good Comics.
Liam Johnson is a comics writer and winner of 2000 AD's 2019 Talent Search, whose credits include Future Shocks and Venus Bluegenes (for 2000 AD) and Missing Persons (for Markosia). He also writes for television, including a number of credits for ITV's Emmerdale.
Gordon Rennie is one of 2000 AD's most prolific creators, with co-creative credits for Caballistics, Inc., Missionary Man, Necronauts, Storming Heaven, Rain Dogs and Witchworld. Rennie has written for Heavy Metal and Warhammer, as well as Species, Starship Troopers and White Trash.
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.
Karl Stock has written Tharg's Future Shocks for 2000AD, Dredd prose fiction for the Judge Dredd Megazine and strips including Sniper Elite and Death Wish for Rebellion titles such as Battle, The Vigilant and Cor! & Buster, as well as interviews and features about comics for the Judge Dredd Megazine, Tripwire, Comic Heroes and more. He is the co-author of the 40th anniversary edition of Thrill-Power Overload, 2000AD's official history, and lives in Scotland.
David Baillie is a Scottish writer and artist who works in comics, film and television. As well as various strips for 2000 AD and the Megazine, he also created and wrote the series Red Thorn for Vertigo/DC. He lives in London with his darling wife, mischievous daughter and a multitude of unforgiving deadlines.
Author and comic book writer Cavan Scott is a UK number one bestseller who has written for such popular worlds as Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star Trek, Vikings, Warhammer 40,000 and Sherlock Holmes. He is the author of Star Wars Dooku: Jedi Lost, Judge Dredd: Alternative Facts, The Patchwork Devil, and Cry of the Innocents, and is part of Lucasfilm’s Project Luminous publishing initiative. He has written comics for IDW, Dark Horse, Vertigo, Titan, Legendary, 2000AD, and the Beano.
James Peaty has written for publishers including Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Dark Horse Comics in the US as well as Rebellion Publishing and Titan Comics in the UK. During that time he has written for titles including The Batman Strikes!, X-Men Unlimited, Green Arrow. Supergirl, Justice League Unlimited and Doctor Who. For 2000AD he wrote and co-created Skip Tracer (with artist Paul Marshall), while for The Judge Dredd Megazine he wrote and co-created Diamond Dogs (with artist Warren Pleece).
Colin Harvey is a London-based writer working across comics, games, books, audio and Virtual Reality. His work includes the video games Blood and Truth (Sony 2019) and Sniper Elite 4 (Rebellion 2017), as well as tie-in material for Big Finish’s Doctor Who and Highlander ranges. He’s the author of ‘Dead Kelly’, a novella for Abaddon Books’ Afterblight series, and comic stories for 2000AD and Commando. His book Fantastic Transmedia, an analysis of large and small-scale crossmedia storytelling in science fiction and fantasy franchises, was published by Palgrave in 2015.
Korinna is a half Greek/half Singaporean/half Goblin comic artist who is excellent at maths. She’s been self-publishing comics since 2015, including the hilarious webcomic Adventure of Croblin, and had lots of fun working on female-led anthologies Smutcomic and Comic Book Slumber Party. She enjoys walking around to find ugly architecture, catching frogs, and beer
Duane Redhead is a comic artist, whose previous credits with 2000AD include Terror Tales, Past Imperfect and Durham Red. Duane has also worked on the Games Workshop Codex for The Black Library, and continues to draw The Tick for New England Comics where he started his first title in 2012.
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.
Steve Roberts is a comic artist and Lead Creative and writer for children's TV. He has drawn comics for 2000ad including Banzai Battalion, Judge Dredd, Sinister Dexter and Bec and Kawl. Outside comics Steve has worked as a Lead Creative and writer for Ragdoll Productions Ltd. He worked on several shows that were broadcast on the BBC channel CBeebies. These included Dipdap which he co-created and which went on to win a Childrens BAFTA award in 2011. He also worked on The Adventures of Abney and Teal and Twirlywoos and recently co created B.O.T. and the Beasties.
Ben Willsher got his break in comics in the ground-breaking Deadline magazine (home of Tank Girl), before being stolen by the world of computer games, where he has worked as an Art Director for many years. However, the lure of Comics was too strong and he came back to 2000 AD and has drawn Future Shocks, Pulp Sci-Fi, Tharg’s Terror Tales, Sinister Dexter, Damnation Station, but he is probably best known for his work on Judge Dredd. As well as reviving the uber cool grifter Lenny Zero, with original creator Andy Diggle, Willsher has just concluded a movie Dreddverse strip titled Dust. Beyond his accomplishments in the world of comics he has also worked in film, television and the music industry, and is heavily involved in the World of Doctor Who, where he has illustrated work for the Time Lord luminaries such as Russell T Davies, Mark Gatiss, and comic giant Neil Gaiman.
Since joining 2000 AD in 1986 Colin MacNeil has worked on many strips, including Chopper: Song of the Surfer and the infamous death of Johnny Alpha in Strontium Dog: The Final Solution. He went on to collaborate with John Wagner on the award-winning America for the Judge Dredd Megazine. He has also worked on Shimura, Maelstrom and Fiends of the Eastern Front: Stalingrad, and, outside of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, provided the atmospheric artwork on Bloodquest for Games Workshop. He also enjoys creating large abstract paintings. He says it’s art therapy!
Luke Horsman is an illustrator and comic book artist and has been working in the design and illustration industry for nearly 20 years across a variety of media platforms for 100s of clients, including printed publications, websites and games. Now solely a comic book artist he has done scores of work for multiple clients, independent publishers and authors. He’s also currently working on a creator owned project “Oathbound”, an illustrated saga of Norse tales.
Tom Newell, 34, is an illustrator, designer and comic artist from the West Midlands, UK. His many influences include Simon Bisley, John Buscema and Sean Gordon Murphy. In 2016 Tom decided to take learning to draw seriously and joined a university comic art course, with the single goal in mind of one day to be a successful comic artist. For the last year Tom has worked closely with UK based comic artist John Charles, on his creator owned project, Technofreak.