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2000AD[edit | edit source]

The 2000AD comic cost 8 pence when it first hit the newsagents' shelves in 1977. The price has gradually increased over time to the current price of £2.55. Progs have been priced as follows:

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Judge Dredd Megazine[edit | edit source]

Starlord[edit | edit source]

Starlord was priced at 12p for the duration of its 22 issue run, from May to October 1978.

Tornado[edit | edit source]

Tornado was priced at 10p for the duration of its 22 issue run, from March to July 1979.

Crisis[edit | edit source]

Annuals and Specials[edit | edit source]

The various annuals and other special publications have varied in price considerably over the years.

Softcovers[edit | edit source]

Hardcovers[edit | edit source]

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