ABC Warriors

ABC Warriors is a long-running 2000 AD comic strip written by Pat Mills, which first appeared in prog 119 in 1979 and continues to run today. Art for the opening episodes was by Kevin O'Neill, Mike McMahon, Brett Ewins, and Brendan McCarthy - who between them designed the original seven members of the team. Since then they have been illustrated primarily, though not exclusively, by Bryan Talbot, Simon Bisley, SMS, Kevin Walker, Henry Flint and Clint Langley.

The A.B.C. Warriors are a team of war robots designed to withstand 'Atomic', 'Bacterial' and 'Chemical' warfare. They were built to take part in the long-running Volgan War, which Pat Mills had described in several previous 2000 AD strips, including Invasion! and Ro-Busters. Each robot has a distinctive personality - often one programmed by its human creators - but each is more or less able to act with free will.

Read more about ABC WarriorsOverview, Characters, Chronology, Awards

Other articles related to "abc warriors, abc warrior":

2000 AD Crossovers - Connections Between Stories - Crossovers
... He deliberately connected his own series ABC Warriors to Flesh, and then linked Nemesis to both ... had nothing to do with each other.) For example, ABC Warriors made a passing reference to a dinosaur being the son of Satanus ... subsequently played an important part in Nemesis Book V, by which time the entire cast of ABC Warriors had themselves moved to the Nemesis strip ...
2000 AD Crossovers - Crossovers - Stories By Pat Mills
... ABC Warriors "Golgotha", in the first series, featured the son of Satanus and linked ABC Warriors to Flesh ... IV The Gothic Empire" introduced both the ABC Warriors and the Ro-Jaws character from Ro-Busters to Nemesis ... Judge Dredd "Hammerstein" featured ABC Warrior Hammerstein in the Cursed Earth outside Mega-City One, following the Atomic Wars started by President Booth in 2070 ...

Famous quotes containing the word warriors:

    Those who consider the Devil to be a partisan of Evil and angels to be warriors for Good accept the demagogy of the angels. Things are clearly more complicated.
    Milan Kundera (b. 1929)