I wish Humble had a way of telling me what I have in a bundle. I know this is by design, but I'm not sure it's working in their favor.
There is a new 2000AD bundle and I'm not sure I can be arsed to sift through it to see what I have or not.
Thanks for the reminder. I was meant to grab this set when it first released. Started reading 2000AD around issue 400 (came with a Dune sticker album). It has been something I always go back to. Currently playing catch up on the last 4 to 5 years of isses (so about 250 to go).
If you don't know 2000AD or only know it from Dredd (or the abysmal Stalone movie) then here are some recomendations from the set
Zenith by Grant Morrison & Steve Yeowell (still miss his artwork), Zenith is a superhero story (rare for 2000AD) that works as both Lovecraftian Horror and a deconstruction of Super Heroes. Works almost like a prototype for some of the stuff he would do for DC later on.
The Balad of Halo Jones - Alan Moore & Ian Gibson. Worth it for the Ian Gibson artwork alone. But Alan Moore created a great female protagonist. Unfortunately incomplete as an overall storry as the plan was to do 9 volumes covering her teenage life to an old woman. Alan Moore being Alan Moore he had a falling out with editorial staff and left writing for 2000AD. However don't let that put you off. Each story is more or less self contained with only the charactisation carrying through.
Scarlet Traces - Ian Edington & D'Israeli. A "Sequel" to War of the Worlds. The British beat the Aliens. They managed to reverse engineer the Alien tech and are now a world super power dominating the rest of the world. Yet there is a price to pay for this. The north of England is now a poluted wasteland. Scotland barely exists. This is still ongoing and what starts out as a detective story with a back drop of Alien Tech becomes something so much bigger.
Insurrection - Dan Abnett & Colin Macneil. Dan Abnet was given the remit of writing a 40K style story in the Dredd univers and that is as great as it sounds. Oh and has great artwork by the great Colin Macneil.
Judge Dredd: America - John Wagner & Colin Macneil. Don't let the name fool you. Dredd is barely in this but when he is, it is effective. This is a look at what it is like to be a citizen in the Big Meg and fighting for Democracy against a totalatarian state. It is a very brutal depiction of the Judge system, the cost of liberty for protection. For something written back in 1990 it still has relevance today.
There are plenty of others in there worthy of your time as well like the Case Files 1-5, although I would start reading it from the Cursed Earth saga in the second volume, but it covers some classic old stories. Absolum is a fun supernatural series. Think the Sweeney blended in with a horror series. Age of the Wolf is a fun series if a little throwaway.
All in all this is a pretty good collection with not too much to be disappointed in.