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They’re the clock keepers of the multiverse - interdimensional troubleshooters who keep dimensional instability in check, and reality on the straight and narrow. They are Indigo Prime. And they have a problem.

This new collection for the UK and Ireland includes Dead Eyes, the story that took readers by surprise as it brought back Smith’s mind-bending world of dimension engineers, routine apocalypses, and visceral horror after more than a decade’s absence from the pages of 2000 AD. Smith teams up with fellow Cradlegrave creator Edmund Bagwell and Lee Carter (Judge Dredd), to reveal a multiverse in which every reality all seems familiar, and yet .... different. With breathtakingly epic artwork and a cover from Chris Weston (The Twelve), Indigo Prime: Anthropocalypse is a gateway to an infinite number of new worlds and a perfect introduction to one of 2000 AD’s most imaginative series.

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