In this first volume of the complete case files, Judge Dredd is portrayed as a futuristic Dirty Harry type figure. The stories are written as satires of American popular culture and stereotypical crime stories transported into the far future scenarios of Mega City One. For the reader new to Judge Dredd’s universe these stories may […]Read more "Judge Dredd : The Complete Case Files 01"
In 1990 Garth Ennis had replaced John Wagner as the lead writer of Judge Dredd’s 2000AD stories as the latter headed off to write for the Judge Dredd Megazine spin off publication. Ennis has since said, on retrospect that he believes that his Dredd stories weren’t as good as he had hoped that they would […]Read more "Judge Dredd : Judgement Day"
From Garth Ennis’ pen comes a might story of grit, determination and above all Justice. These series of stories were written at the end period of Ennis’ initially Judge Dredd run, published in 2001 by Titan, this was one of a series of Dredd books that hit the shelf. Ennis at this stage was a […]Read more "Judge Dredd : Goodnight Kiss"
This is a one shot comic with an interesting premise, inspired by the classic Judge Dredd story – Cry of the Werewolf, legendary writer / artist John McCrea has created a form of sequel to this tale. I say sequel, but perhaps it’s more akin to a ‘What If’ form of narrative. The conjecture is […]Read more "Judge Dredd : Deviations"
This was a book I was not expecting to like, before opening it, I assumed it was just going to be a series of comic book covers. Covers have never really attracted me to a comic, I’ve always flicked through the pages to get a feel for the story. As regular readers know, narrative is […]Read more "The Art of Judge Dredd – 35 years of Covers"
When it comes of Comic Book games there’s some concepts which should just work. Spiderman should be represented in video games as a web slinging, swinging, wisecracking hero. The Punisher should be using automatic weapons to mow criminals down and when taking on the role of The Batman, players should be encouraged to use […]Read more "Judge Dredd on the Playstation 1?"
Appearing in the second issue of the Galaxies greatest comic. Judge Dredd was far from your typical Sci-Fi hero. He was a walking judge, jury and executioner in a crazy, despotic society. Dredd was fleshed out on the comic book pages of this illustrious magazine by the minds of Pat Mills and John Wagner and […]Read more "The Judge Dredd Game that Never Was.."