These days, it seems as though most people can't go a few seconds without checking their cell phones. Hundreds of thousands of people plan their days, talk to friends and play games with them, making the loss of a phone more than a mere inconvenience. But what happens if you lose a phone full of incriminating proof-of-kill photos taken for shady underworld clients? And what happens to the poor person who stumbles across the phone when its owner wants those photos back? That's the premise of "Snapshot," a new creator-owned comic by Andy Diggle
debuting in 2000 AD's
"Judge Dredd Megazine" #322, on sale March 28 in the UK and April 11 in North America.
Diggle and Jock are perhaps best known for "The Losers," the Vertigo series which spawned a film of the same name starring Idris Elba and Chris Evans. After "Losers," the two went on to team together on "Green Arrow: Year One" for DC Comics and "Lenny Zero," set in the world of Judge Dredd, for "2000 AD."
With "Snapshot," the team takes to the pages of "2000 AD" sister-title, "Judge Dredd Megazine." Diggle spoke with CBR about "Snapshot," returning to the publisher where he and Jock got their comic book start and how Diggle used some creative accounting to kick off his writing career.
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