"pat mills is a punk...
“… he has always written outrageously
violent, scabrously satirical and often hilariously funny attacks
on authority and the establishment”
Pat Mills is known as The Godfather of British comics. His most famous creations are probably Charley’s War and 2000AD, featuring Judge Dredd. Loved for his fast-paced action, compelling villains and flawed heroes, Pat always delivers a subversive punch and thought-provoking ideas in his comics, novels and
What is the dark secret of Mafeking and Jones? What is waiting for Dave Maudling in the basement of the famous caning emporium? And what does Mr Jones really mean when he tells Dave that Mr Mafeking is ‘no longer with us’?
Theme is everything in a story. It’s what drives the character and the plot. If the theme of Judge Dredd changed and he suddenly veered off in an entirely new direction, there would be uproar from fans. Yes, he can change location: space; the world of the Dark Judges; the moon – but he has to remain true to the theme of grim, monosyllabic, future justice. Sláine is pagan, but if he suddenly became ‘New Agey’, my readers would hate it.read more
READ EM AND WEEP Series: book 2
The 1970s – a dangerous time for kids. An even more dangerous time for adults.
Battle. Action. 2000AD. Misty. The British Comics Revolution! Set in the strange world of British comics, Dave is a snarky comics writer scarred by his mother’s disappearance when he was a boy. Now he’s hunting her murderer.
BE PURE! BE VIGILANT! BEHAVE!
Pat at last writes the definitive history of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, and the turbulent, extraordinary and exciting events that shaped it. Funny, sad, angry, defiant, and outrageous: it’s the Comic Book memoir you’ve been waiting for.