Be prepared for thrill-power galore as Mega City Book Club is joined by David Bishop himself to discuss his history of the first thirty years of the Galaxy’s greatest comic, and the new updated version produced with Karl Stock for the 40th birthday.
Check out all of David’s other books including his companion guide to Morse and Endeavour on his amazon author page.
And head to the 2000AD shop for your copy of the new version of Thrill-Power Overload.
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