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warrior

Publication Dates: March 1982 – December 1984
Number of Issues Published: 26 (#1 – #26)
Color: Color cover; Black and White interior
Dimensions: Magazine size
Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series

Warrior was a British comics anthology that ran for 26 issues between March 1982 and January 1985. It was edited by Dez Skinn and published by his company Quality Communications. It featured early work by comics writer Alan Moore, including V for Vendetta and Marvelman.

Rivalling 2000 AD, Warrior won 17 Eagle Awards during its short run. Because of thorough distribution and its format, it was one of the comic books in the British market that relied little upon distribution through then format-driven specialist shops and expensive subscriptions for its sales base.

Stories that featured in Warrior include:

– Axel Pressbutton (“Pedro Henry” and Steve Dillon)
– Big Ben (Dez Skinn and Will Simpson)
– Bogey (Antonio Segura, Dez Skinn and Leopoldo Sanchez)
– The Bojeffries Saga (Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse)
– The Black Currant (Carl Critchlow)
– Ektryn (“Pedro Henry” and Cam Kennedy)
– Father Shandor (Steve Moore, John Bolton, David Jackson and John Stokes)
– The Legend of Prester John (Steve Parkhouse and John Ridgway)
– The Liberators (Grant Morrison and John Ridgway)
– Madman (Paul Neary and Mick Austin)
– Marvelman (Alan Moore, Garry Leach and Alan Davis)
– The Spiral Path (Steve Parkhouse, John Ridgway, David Jackson and John Bolton)
– Twilight World (Steve Moore and Jim Baikie)
– V for Vendetta (Alan Moore and David Lloyd)
– Warpsmith (Alan Moore and Garry Leach)
– Zirk (Brian Bolland, “Pedro Henry” and Garry Leach)

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21-24




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25,26, Spring Special 1996



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