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Splice the mainsail! Hard to port! Red Seas sails into the sunset this week with a special double-length finale episode. Join Captain Jack Dancer and his crew as Ian Edginton and Steve Yeowell’s pirate series bids farwell to 2000 AD with Prog 1823 – on sale this Wednesday in UK stores and worldwide online!

Also in this Prog: Pucker up, Dredd – the lawman investigates an outbreak of lip-shaped homicide in Black Kisses by TC Eglinton and Karl Richardson. This battle may be finished but the war is far from over in the concluding episode of Savage: Rise Like Lions by Pat Mills and Patrick Goddard. And Cuba in 2002 is a very different place than we know now, but is reality all it’s cracked up to be in Past Imperfect: Rocket de la Revolucion by Montynero, Simon Fraser and Gary Caldwell.

The Red Seas - Ian Edginton and Steve Yeowell's fantasy pirate epic comes to a close after ten and a half years, this prog. Captain Jack Dancer and company first made their debut in prog 1313 (back in October 2002), and over the intervening issues they and the supporting cast have appeared in a total of fourteen series, having crossed swords with everything from werewolves and dinosaurs to Aladdin and the Devil himself.

This prog also sees the end of all of the current line-up of stories.

Cover: Steve Yeowell (Red Seas - Jack Dancer)

  • Judge Dredd - Black Kisses (T.C. Eglington - Karl Richardson)
  • Savage: Book Eight - Rise Like Lions (part 12 - final part) (Pat Mills - Patrick Goddard)
  • Past Imperfect – Rocket de la Revelución (Montynero - Simon Fraser)
  • The Red Seas - Fire Across the Deep (part 12 - double length final part) (Ian Edginton - Steve Yeowell)

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