After more than 30 years, one of very first strips to appear in 2000 AD is to return in bloodsplattering,
eon-spanning dinosaur-hunting glory.
Dino-terror classic Flesh is to return to the weekly comic with Prog 1724, out on 9 March.
Written by the series‟ original creator, Pat Mills, and drawn by James Mckay, the new series is the
long-awaited sequel to the much-loved original Flesh – part of the line-up in the very first issue of
2000 AD in 1977.
Penned by Mills and drawn by Spanish artist Boix, Flesh was a futuristic Western where timetravelling
ranchers farmed dinosaurs like cattle and sent their meat back to a hungry future.
The dinosaurs fought back and destroyed the Trans-Time base – the new series follows the survivors
as, stranded millions of years in the past, they are ordered to drive their herds across the prehistoric
American landscape to Texas – where another base promises safety ... and profit!
The new series will premiere with a stunning gatefold cover by Death’s Head II and Testament artist