Apparently 2000AD has done pretty well during the pandemic. Rebellion switched distribution to newsagents and corner shops rather than stores like WH Smiths to maintain the weekly sales. Their subscriptions and online sales have increased as well.I'm pretty sure Pat Mills will have helped develop Garth Ennis's career, as if I remember rightly Mills was editor of 2000AD when Ennis was starting out in comics there. And 2000AD has traditionally been very antihero-centric.
I wonder how 2000AD is doing these days. I started reading it about 1987/1988, kept up until the the mid-late 90s and eventually faded out somewhere early 2000s.
Rebellion have also released a few specials this year based on seventies comics like Battle and Action. I ordered some of them a couple of weeks ago but haven't got round to reading them yet.