Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Blog redirected

The new Zarjaz blog can be found at:


Everybody go there right now!

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Friend Up with 30 Years of Hurt!

Now you can make friends with Zarjaz by visiting our MySpace Page specifically devoted to 30 Years of Hurt - the Judge Dredd Special.

Why not drop by and add us, make a comment or leave us some feedback on the issue at:


Friday, October 26, 2007

Dredd Special - Out Now!!

The Zarjaz Judge Dredd 30th Anniversary Special is now available. Featuring stories celebrating the past present and future of Judge Dredd it weighs in at a mighty 48 pages.

First up is a retro tale by Al Ewing and artist Oliver Redding. In the fad crazed Mega City One you can be a victim of fashion as well as a victim of crime – dare you do ‘the Zoove’?

In ‘Untouchable’ an old cube inmate reveals a sinister connection to the lives of young cadets Rico and Joe Dredd. Written by Jay Eales with art by Brett Buckle.

Mark Pexton provides story and art in a tale of life on the dark side of Mega City One in ‘Letters to Eric’ and we see how Dredd can be as fearsome as he is just to the citizens of the Big Meg.

Next we bring you an unseen glimpse into the early life of the Angel Gang in ‘the Hills Have Angel Eyes’. Story and art by Indio with scripting by Al Ewing.

Richmond Clements and Paul Martin show us the thin divide between Judge and Perp in ‘the Line’.

And Dredd comes face to face with, well, Dredd in the temporally twisted ‘Time Trial’ by Colin J Dinnie and David Gray.

All of this wrapped under a sensational cover by fan favourite art droid Boo Cook.

30 Years of Hurt is £3.75 (inc p&p).
Either paypal to

Or send a cheque (payable to Underfire Comics) to:
21 the Lawns
Roselands Avenue
BN22 8NT

Monday, August 20, 2007

30 Years of Hurt!

For those who simply can’t wait for the next issue of Zarjaz – announcing an all-new one off Zarjaz special. ‘30 Years of Hurt’ is the Judge Dredd 30th Anniversary Special filled with new action packed strips tying into the good Judge’s past, present and future.

The cover art is by sensational 2000AD artist Boo Cook!

Editor droids had this to say:
“We knew we had to do something for the big anniversary year and we thought we would concentrate on ol’ stony face. After all, despite 2000AD being home to hundreds of characters over three decades there is still only one guy you think of first when you think of the galaxy’s greatest. All our contributors stepped up and turned in some fantastic strips and when Boo said he would do the cover we were sure we had a great package.”

‘30 Years of Hurt’ will be available from mid- September, up till then you can check back here for some more preview images in the coming weeks.

Monday, May 14, 2007

Zarjaz 4 Out Now!

Zarjaz #4 the latest instalment of the Galaxy’s greatest fanzine, is now available. The super-keen will have picked up their copy at the Bristol Comic Expo but for everyone else now is the time to grab one.

Zarjaz 4 features an all new Strontium Dog strip from Daniel Whiston and Bryan Coyle, Rogue Trooper by Paul Glasswell and Brett Buckle, Meltdown Man returns courtesy of Ed Berridge and Martin Timmins, Bones of Eden continues with the winning team of Al Ewing and Russel Hossain and there is a Block Tale by Colin J Dinnie and new artist Nathan Webb.

Zarjaz #4 is £2.50 + 75p p&p

Either Paypal your order to zarjazcomic@yahoo.co.uk

Or send a cheque payable to Underfire Comics to:
Zarjaz, 21 the Lawns, Roselands Avenue, Eastbourne, BN22 8NT

Friday, March 23, 2007

Zarjaz #4 - On its way!
The terran based geographic relocation of editorial droids (known on earth as 'moving house') has delayed the printing of Zarjaz #4. However the scrotnig new issue is soon to be available to all. Watch this space, earthlets!

Wednesday, December 20, 2006


Peeps the Butler Droid here - All hail Tharg’s secondary organ as its festive issue turns the small press spotlight on non other than Zarjaz. I do appreciate a mighty plug and am very pleased with the added exposure. Special kudos to art droids Nick Dyer and Indio who each get a special mention, although strangely no reference to the shiny droid who pulls it all together! Perhaps Tharg is onto my plan to usurp him!