The Tale Of 2000AD Will Be Told In The Doc 'Future Shock!'

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36 Years of history at the UK-based weekly and home of "Judge Dredd" in director Paul Goodwin's "Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD," which is about to go into production according to IGN.

While the announcement didn't give any clue into which of the many heavy hitter comic creators might be sitting down for interviews, we can hope that the likes of Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, and Brian Bolland will take some time out to chat about coming up through the long-running publication.

The science fiction weekly started its life under editor Pat Mills and writer John Wagner making sci-fi punk in a time when more cynical, hard-edged films and novels in the genre were making their way into the public consciousness (and a little before a certain 1977 blockbuster changed everything all over again). From those beginnings came a launching pad for the careers of Morrison, Moore, Gibbons, Neil Gaiman, Bryan Talbot, and more over the years.

No word yet on a projected completion date or when we might expect to see "Future Shock!" in theaters.

[Source: IGN]

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