Mercy Heights was a science fiction comic strip written by John Tomlinson, which appeared in the British magazine 2000 AD. It was a major spin-off from the Rogue Trooper stories. However, although it was clearly set in the same (or a very similar) universe, it had uncertain links with the main story (at least initially). It also introduced the character Tor Cyan who appeared to be a Genetic Infantryman, although his identity was also unclear at the start.
It featured in its own strip with Tor Cyan continuing his solo story:
- Mercy Heights (with John Tomlinson):
- "Mercy Heights" (with Kev Walker, Lee Sullivan and Andrew Currie, in 2000 AD #1033-1047, 1997)
- "Dead of Winter" (with Neil Googe, in 2000 AD #1124, 1998)
- "Mercy Heights Book 2" (with Trevor Hairsine (1-5), Lee Sullivan (6-10) and Neil Googe 11-15, in 2000 AD #1133-1148, 1999)
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