Few non-superhero comic book characters are as iconic as Judge Dredd. I mean, the guy has had two movies made about him along with decades of great comics. Part of that is because, when John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra created the character in the late Seventies, his look was so unique and striking. Read more...
He's done unofficial short movies featuring Venom, the Punisher, Judge Dredd and the Power Rangers, all grittier and more violent than the cinematic versions. He then told us that his movie The...
Word is making the Internet rounds that producer Adi Shankar, the man behind The Bootleg Universe series of shorts The Punisher: Dirty Laundry, Venom: Truth in Journalism, Judge Dredd: Superfied, and Power/Rangers, is turning his eye towards Castlevania. That’s right he intends to create an animated miniseries based on the Castlevania video games. It all […]
Aside from Rob Schneider, the Dark Judges are probably Judge Dredd's most notable foes --- and they're definitely some of the most terrifying characters in comics. So terrifying, in fact, that they have inspired an actual nightmare for...Show More Summary
Have you ever had a dream that haunted you? One that stayed with you long after you had awakened? That’s the origin of a new series from 2000 AD by Dave Kendall – whose dream of the Dark Judges from Judge Dredd has resulted in a new series: Dreams of Deadworld. Dreams of Deadworld features … Continue reading Dreams of Deadworld: Here Come The Post-Mortem Judges! ?
While the officers claimed that they were trapped by the students and justified in their use of pepper spray (and totally not creaming their pants at the opportunity to finally try out their shiny new Judge Dredd gear, honest), an investigation...Show More Summary
Like many comic book fans, I am deeply suspicious of books that try to get ideas across to the reader without using pictures. I mean, honestly, I think we can all agree that having to use adjectives is a sign of an inferior medium, right? Right. Show More Summary
If you've missed the first two chapters of Demon Nic, currently running in the pages of 2000 AD's Judge Dredd Megazine, here's what you need to know before the third chapter hits shelves this week: First off, it's a new supernaturalShow More Summary
As someone who only got really into Judge Dredd relatively recently, I get asked pretty often about good places to start. For more recent stuff, it's not hard to figure out a good place, and if nothing else, the folks at 2000 AD are pretty good at providing jumping-on points for new readers. Show More Summary
To keep with his tradition of walking the San Diego Comic-Con floors in costume, Mythbusters host and Tested scientist Adam Savage recently went incognito to this year’s event dressed up as an intimidating version of Judge Dredd from the 2012 Dredd film. His helmet, tactical vest, Lawgiver pistol, and all the other pieces of the […]
Hitler, casinos and Judge Dredd: wade through deleted comments and you’ll find some cool suggestions among the madness from the GTA Online community. “Don’t read the comments,” they say. But someone has to. Describing comments sections on the internet as The Apocalypse is an understatement. You don’t need me to tell you this. Comments sections […]
What do Judge Dredd, Mad Max and Adventure Time all have in common? They’re three of the best post-apocalyptic narratives we’ve ever seen. And they’re all slightly ludicrous, ranging from outright surrealism to mad social satire. In fact, the best post-apocalyptic storytelling is usually kind of ridiculous. Read more...
ThreeA has long been crafting original figures and collectibles based on the art and designs of co-founder Ashley Wood, but in recent years, the company has expanded its reach with a variety of licenses in comics, animation and films. Show More Summary
Assuming that you have any money left after the massive sales that went on during San Diego last weekend, I've got some good news: Comixology is bouncing back after the con with another round of digital dollar books, and this time, they've got a half-off sale featuring the future's greatest lawman, Judge Dredd. Just not the version you might expect. Continue reading…
One of the most popular comic artists in the world right now, Jock began his career with 2000A.D. working on Judge Dredd strips and with Andy Diggle on Lenny Zero. He made his leap to the States i...
Two decades ago this very week, Sylvester Stallone rode his Lawmaster bike into frame, dismounted, and brandished his crazy-ammo-packed Lawgiver on the silver screen while shouting at the criminals of Mega-City One. A slow pan glided up the actor’s armored body (including a ridiculous codpiece) to his helmeted face as he belted that classic catchphrase: […]
Judge Dredd (pictured above with fellow 2000 AD stalwart, Strontium Dog) co-creator Carlos Ezquerra is one of Comic-Con 2015’s Guests of Honor and 2000 AD will be hosting a Spotlight On Carlos Ezquerra panel to discuss his work over a long and illustrious career. Show More Summary
If you've been looking for an excuse to jump on 2000 AD and receive the gift of thrillpower, you could certainly do a lot worse than starting with this week's Prog 1934. Not only is there a new Judge Dredd story featuring an invisible...Show More Summary
Dredd has to choose between Judge Anderson and the law in the final issue of Duane Swierczynski & Nelson Daniel's "Judge Dredd" #30 from IDW.
Mega City One has been through an awful lot over the past few years. Not only is there the usual crime that comes with being a fascist future state, but the city's also had to deal with stuff like the Chaos Plague, space lasers, all sorts of other problems. Show More Summary