Nov. 1st, 2012

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Yesterday, I bought my regular weekly copy of the British comic 2000 AD, as you do, and sat down in the cafe to read it, again as you do.

This week's Prog, however, made me jump out of my seat in surprise. Twice. The second time, I cried out in surprise, loudly enough to bring the cafe to a halt - as if I'd just seen a mouse the size of a terrier cut across the floor between my legs or something.

(No, they don't have mice in the cafe. Just saying).

What caused my surprise? Ah, but that would be telling. I don't want to post any spoilers until the first official reviews pop up.

But it was truly an awe-inspiring idea, this Prog 1807, and I think it will go down in the annals alongside the likes of the surprise revelation at the end of The Dead Man, Malone and that other story where the survivor turned out to be Lobster Random.

This was truly one of the most zarjaz Progs they have ever put out. Get it, and read it. To understand it better, read the 2000 AD back numbers from 1802 on up, if you haven't got them already.

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