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Chloe Maveal

Chloe Maveal is a freelance pop culture journalist in Portland, Oregon who specializes in British comics, comics history, superheroes, and fandom culture. You can find her on twitter @PunkRokMomJeans where she is probably talking about Judge Dredd's butt and cursing too much.

DROKKING SCROTNIG: 2000 AD Disaster Comics Edition!

I mean...it could be worse. Right?

Rebellion postpones BEST OF 2000 AD #1, will still offer new 2000...

If reading "Day of Chaos" and "Block Mania" has taught us anything, it's that it's time to take care of each other and ride this out!

Asterix co-creator Albert Uderzo dies at age 92

Uderzo worked on the beloved French series he co-created for half a century.

INTERVIEW: Rob Williams, Ollie Masters, and Laurence Campbell talk Old Haunts

"The thing you 'think' you see in the background is sometimes far creepier than the overt look. I think that's when ghost stories work best."

2000 AD releases free comics as well as children’s activity pack!

Just because you're stuck at home doesn't mean you and your kids can't be packed with Thrill-power!

REVIEW: OLD HAUNTS #1 offers a new take on horror and...

The past will always come back to haunt you...

Penguin Random House partners with Rebellion to produce 2000 AD audiobooks

Did someone say Judge Dredd audiobooks? SIGN ME UP.

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Poems To See By: A Comic Artist Interprets Great...

Poetic words meets poetic illustration in this stunning graphic novel!

Sláine: The Horned God collectors edition from Rebellion ramps up for...

Rediscovering Pat Mills and Simon Bisley's beautifully brutal mythology should really be on your to-do list.

Rebellion’s Action Special brings back Hook Jaw, Kids Rule OK, and...

Murder sharks! Anarchy! Secret agents! The perfect recipe for nostalgia.

ADVANCED REVIEW: Masters of British Comic Art by David Roach

The kind of history book we should all be excited about!

INTERVIEW: Kazoo editor Erin Bried makes some noise about Noisemakers!

If you’re anything like me, the idea of a quarterly magazine aimed at young girls with the intent to empower them and show them...