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By Steve Dillon

Ruby Fox: "He was always so idealistic and forward-looking. I mean, he was the first of us to support CND and the first to protest against Vietnam. When the Beatles discovered transcendental meditation, Mandala was with them. When Timothy Leary told us to 'turn on, tune in and drop out', Mandala was already way ahead of him. More than any of us, he represented a whole generation of people who believed that peace and love could save the world. And now... Now he's Mrs Thatcher's golden boy." 2000 AD prog 540.

Peter St John: "I think it's safe to say that the success of my party is due to strong policies and a committed leadership, not telepathic powers. Although the jealousy of the opposition is understandable." 2000 AD prog 593.

Peter St John (narrating): "Black. (I've been here before.) Freezing. Things that used to be human drag themselves into the perpetual shadows, sobbing with shame. A skyful of floating cinders. What have they done? What have they done to the world? I wish the sun would only rise. And then I realise that it has risen. And the sun is black." 2000 AD prog 595.