A seaside clash between Mods and Rockers is met with nuclear retaliation, a haunted roller coaster ride spells trouble for a detective suffering from motion sickness, the ugliest man on the planet looks to trendy cosmetic geneticists for help, a hapless photographer puts his soul on the line to get the perfect shot, and Alan Burrows cult creations ‘The Funguys’... [click here for more]
Inside the extra large 48 page 20th issue extravaganza of 100% Biodegradable:
Alan Grant and Alan Burrow's legendary 'Funguys' gatecrash the Last Supper, with sobering consequences. A lowly cleaner deals with major abandonment issues after everyone in the entire world leaves for a different time line, in 'Time Waits'... [click here for more]
Inside the 100% Biodegradable Apocalypse Special:
In a world populated by Elvis impersonators, being anything other than ‘The King’ is met with swift retribution in Apocalypse Now Or Never by Jimmy Furlong, Andrew Hartmann, Val Ramon and Ken Reynolds.
A cockroach and a cuppa bring... [click here for more]
Inside issue 9 of 100% Biodegradable: Dennis Luntbry seeks psychiatric counselling when his dreams of distant planets begin to physically affect him, zombies cause bedlam at the local zoo, a man of medicine in ancient Egypt raises heretical questions about his profession, an overly dedicated postman crosses a post apocalyptic wasteland in an attempt to make a first class delivery,... [click here for more]
Inside the extra large 46 page penultimate issue of 100% Biodegradable:
An explosive self contained 16 page ‘Funguys’ adventure by the legendary Ian Edginton (X-Force, 2000ad, Aliens) and Alan Burrows (Eagle, Red Dwarf).
A young cyborg seeks bloody vengeance for the death of his parents in Mark Bertolini and Gary O’... [click here for more]
Along with your usual smattering of brain munching goblins, boneheaded barbarians and delusional psychiatric patients, Issue 7 of the 100% Biodegradable anthology features a new ongoing series - Death Duty, by John Freeman (Dr Who Magazine, Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Alan Burrows (2000ad, Starblazer, Commando).
'In a war-torn future, crime... [click here for more]
In a war-torn future, the Terran Empire holds its population in an iron grip through force. Anyone who rebels against its rule is put on The List - hunted down by the men and women of Death Duty!
Travis Wilson, a convicted criminal serving with one Death Duty squad, is assigned to track and execute an enemy of the state who is not what she seems - but is she offering him escape... [click here for more]