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Podcast: 2000AD – Then…

February 22, 2007

Tonight’s show is now available to download… (mp3 format, 26.9mb)

N.B./ Downloads are now housed at www.archive.com

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4 notes

  1. Today’s show: Comics and the outside world « “Reality Check” & “Panel Borders” reblogged this and added:

    […] with Grant about his career working on great British Cartoons and his favourite film of 2006 Listen to Alex and Duncan’s interview with Pat Mills about 2000AD Info on Tripwire X and Tripwire annual 2007, Extract from the Alan Moore interview in Tripwire […]

  2. Comics and conflicts: Pat Mills on Charleys War | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] with Grant about his career working on great British Cartoons and his favourite film of 2006 Listen to Alex and Duncan’s interview with Pat Mills about 2000AD More Comics and Conflicts […]

  3. Panel Borders: 35 years of 2000AD – Words and letters | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Kevin Eastman on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Steve Parkhouse on writing / drawing Sci-Fi comics, Pat Mills on the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and Matt Smith on 2000AD’s 30th […]

  4. Reality Check: 35 years of 2000AD – Pencils and paint | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Previous podcasts: Kev Hopgood and others discuss Aces Weekly, DJ Food discusses working with Henry Flint on album covers, Totnes creators Jock, John Spelling and Dom Reardon on working for 2000AD and Pat Mills on the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic […]

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