YMMV / 2000 AD

  • Complete Monster: See here.
  • Dork Age: The 90s is generally seen as a low point. According to Future Shock: The Story of 2000AD, publishers Fleetway Egmont acquired it as part of a package deal and didn't really know what direction they wanted to take it in, especially with such disastrous experiments as the infamous Sex Issue.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Both Sinister Dexter and Nikolai Dante appeared in the late 90s and shot to a popularity rivaling that of the top classic strips. In more detail:
    • Sinister Dexter went through a period where it appeared twice in each prog, and the finale of its "Eurocrash" story took up the whole of prog 1139, even forcing out Judge Dredd.
    • Nikolai Dante managed to get on the cover of Prog 2000 (see page image) after just three years, ahead of such popular classic characters as Sam Slade, Sláine, and Hamerstein.
    • Judge Anderson: Psi, The Simping Detective and Low Life are notable among Dredd spinoffs due to their interesting protagonists.
    • Droid Life, which parodies the concept that the comic is completely produced by droids.
    • Rogue Trooper.
  • Replacement Scrappy: In 1996, Tharg was briefly replaced by the Vector 13 agents. This was very quickly scrapped after an overwhelmingly negative fan reaction.