If you read 2000AD back in the early eighties or even the late seventies then you should be well up for Pat Mills's, who co-created 2000AD, new venture "Spacewarp" which is due to be released digitally in June and in paper late September. It can't come soon enough in my opinion.
Via: Bleeding Cool
In the late seventies, Pat Mills created a new sci-fi anthology weekly comic book, as well as co-creating the lead character. In the forty-plus years since, 2000AD and Judge Dredd have become names that everyone in the UK knows, and courtesy of a couple of movies and a few games, have spread those names around the world. Now, with Jurassic Punx and Spacewarp, Pat Mills is trying to do it again. Spacewarp will launch digitally at the end of June and will appear in print at the end of September, described as DNA-warping science fiction for mainstream audiences of all ages, with Pat Mills writing the lead strips himself.