• Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection

    Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection0

    Attention UK and Ireland Dreddheads: do you want even more Judge Dredd in your life? Preferably in a nice hardcover format that looks really cool on your bookcase? Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection is here to help. Published by 2000AD and Hachette (not Rebellion, the usual publisher), the Mega Collection is a series of collected

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  • Review: Judge Dredd: Year One Omnibus

    Review: Judge Dredd: Year One Omnibus2

    • December 8, 2014

    Judge Dredd: Year One Omnibus Authors: Matt Smith, Michael Carroll, Al Ewing Abaddon Books, 2014 I was a novelization kid from way back. When my mom wouldn’t let me see certain movies or wouldn’t rent/buy them on VHS once we’d already seen them, the novelizations would get me up to speed. The same went for

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  • Thought Bubble: Blood On the Dancefloor

    Thought Bubble: Blood On the Dancefloor0

    My Thought Bubble experience had a shamefully late start. This was partially because my cosplay preparation took a bit longer than I had expected. To look remotely like Cassidy from Preacher, I needed another round of hair dye (Mango Copper) as well as convincing smears of fake blood on my chin and shirt. Since I

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  • Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens, Oh My!

    Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens, Oh My!0

    Certain things you wouldn’t ponder combining, not because you don’t think they’d go together, simply that the thought never crossed your mind. Yet, when two things do come together in your mind, you want to slap your forehead and go “of course!.” That’s how I felt after reading Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens; of course!

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  • Review: 2000AD, Prog 1900

    Review: 2000AD, Prog 19000

    • October 7, 2014

    Here is a shameful confession from a UK-resident comics fan: I’ve never actually read 2000AD. I’ve read copious amounts of Judge Dredd and some Future Shocks in TPBs, but haven’t read them or any other comics in 2000AD’s serialized format. So when I saw this week’s issue, Prog 1900 (2000AD issues are called “progs”), being

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  • Review: Judge Dredd Mega-City Two: City of Courts

    Review: Judge Dredd Mega-City Two: City of Courts1

    Judge Dredd Mega-City Two: City of Courts (TPB) Douglas Wolk (W) Ulises Farinas (A) IDW Judge Dredd Mega-City Two: City of Courts does what so many other Dredd stories have done—take Dredd, stick him somewhere that isn’t Mega-City One, and watch the culture shock unfold—but with panache and a firsthand cultural understanding that make it

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