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Rebellion announced today that the new issue of the Judge Dredd Megazine (issue 211), will be available from Wednesday 24 September with a choice of two stunning variant covers. Both covers will feature definitive images of the evil Judge Death created by fan-favourite Death artist Frazer Irving (Judge Death/The Authority/Necronauts), and will be available in equal numbers from newsagents and all good comic shops.

Subscribers to the Megazine will receive their normal single issue of the Megazine, but in a special edition that features both variant covers, one outside the other. This special two-cover edition of the Megazine is exclusive to subscribers, and will only be printed in a limited edition of 3750, making it the most collectable of this month's variants.

Once again this month's Megazine is bursting with top thrills, leading off with part one of a new Judge Dredd strip by Dredd creators John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra, 'Sturm und Drang', featuring a surprise guest who may look strangely familiar to longterm readers. Dredd's nemesis Judge Death, continues terrifying the residents of the Cursed Earth in the ongoing 'The Wilderness Days' by Wagner and Frazer Irving, while camp vamp Devlin Waugh continues fighting the vampire hordes in part 10 of 'Red Tide', by John Smith and Colin MacNeil. The latest Bendatti Vendetta tale, 'Blooded', by Robbie Morrison and John Burns reaches its scorching conclusion, and new series 'Xtnct' by Paul Cornell and D'Israeli hits episode three.

This month's 2000 AD Gold presents the first episode of legendary and much demanded war story Charley's War, by Pat Mills and Joe Colquhoun, plus the further adventures of Harry Twenty on the High Rock, and David Bishop goes further into enemy territory in part three of 'Blazing Battle Action', the feature series on the history of British war comics.

2000 AD is on sale every Wednesday, priced 1.60. The Judge Dredd Megazine is on sale every four weeks, priced 3.95.

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Reporter: Mark Chapman