For too long, the action figure world has been a lawless land of vagabonds, mutants and ne'er-do-wells. There's been no order out there on pegs or retail shelves. That will soon change however, as ThreeA is releasing the lawman of Mega City One to bring justice to toy collections everywhere. Show More Summary
Nowadays, I think we can all agree that Thrillpower is for everyone, but that was not always the case. In the late '70s, with 2000 AD a success after its first year of publication thanks to strips like Judge Dredd, the publishers decided...Show More Summary
Getting naked and baring it all in a movie can be a harrowing experience for an actor, and performers have a variety of reasons for keeping their clothes on, ranging from being uncomfortable to taking stand. As it turns out, AcademyShow More Summary
Decades-old Dredd parody will see light of day without legal threat! Best-of-the-year season kicks off! Michael Dougherty talks "Trick 'r Treat: Days of the Dead"!
If you've ever read through Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth, the sprawling epic that took the future's most brutal lawman outside of Mega-City One on a journey across an atomic wasteland in the years since its original publication, then you may have noticed that there are a couple of strips missing from the paperback collections. Show More Summary
Rebellion announces that the 1978 strips banned by UK Law are going to be reprinted for the first time in 2016.
Simon Bisley reunites with "2000 AD" and Judge Dredd for a Diamond-exclusive variant cover out this December, and CBR has the first look.
The Cursed Earth is an infamous epic in the long history of Judge Dredd comics—but ever since it was first published 37 years ago, you’ve only ever been able to read the censored version. But a new change in UK law means that you’ll be able to experience it as was intended, for the first time since its initial release. Read more...
From Rocky's boxing gloves to Judge Dredd's armor, 'Stallone: The Auction' will feature nearly 1400 one-of-a-kind collectibles.
Everyone’s favorite fascist, Judge Dredd, is having his 25th Anniversary. 2000AD is releasing Judge Dredd Megazine #365 with a special cover by Barry Kitson (above) featuring Dredd – having disposed of a myriad of past foes – looking to the future and the taking down of many, many more. Show More Summary
Time to break out the Judge-approved party hats and frosted birthday munce, everybody: This week marks Judge Dredd Megazine's 25th birthday! It was back in October of 1990 that the future's most uncompromising lawman became too big for...Show More Summary
This week's JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #365 celebrates it's 25h anniversary with the returning Barry Kitson.
Hercules Has Seen Tonight’s GOTHAM 2.4!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Gotham 2.4 FAQ What’s it called? “Strike Force.” Who’s responsible? Teleplay is credited to “Judge Dredd” director Danny Cannon (“CSI,” “Dark Blue”). What...Show More Summary
"Star Trek: Starfleet Academy" is in session, new "Dredd" and "Rocketeer" series begin plus "Transformers," "TMNT," "G.I. Joe," "X-Files" and more.
I've talked to artist Chris Burnham a few times at conventions, and I've always got the feeling that if there's one character that he's super into, more than anything else, it's 2000 AD's Judge Dredd. The guy is a fan of Mega City One's...Show More Summary
I'm a big fan of Mezco's One:12 Collective. It all started when I first got my hands on the prototype Dark Knight Returns Batman that kicked the line off. I wasn't quite sure what to expect from the detailed, mixed-media figures, but once I held the aged Bruce, I knew this collection had incredible potential. Show More Summary
If there's one thing we have learned throughout the history of comics, it's that if you joke about something ridiculous long enough, then eventually, it's probably going to happen. Which, I imagine, is how we got the upcoming variant...Show More Summary
Yes, although Archie's creative teams are fearless about having him cross paths with any other character under the sun, these are all just hypothetical stories for now, as depicted on a series...
While I might not know what color the boathouse is at Hereford, I sure as hell drove the only Land Rover that was good enough for Judge Dredd. And the military-only 101 Forward Control delivers, up to two tons! Read more...
John Wagner, the writer who co-created Judge Dredd along with artist Carlos Ezquerra, wants fans to know that another movie based on his most famous creation will happen…eventually. “There will be a new […]