Based on the art of Brian Bolland - created by Ash Wood and ThreeA.
With the darn near overwhelming amount of prints, posters, and original art that’s available to us comic book readers, it’s pretty easy to decorate our homes to reflect our interests. Heck, we’re living in a time where you can even get a cookie jar in the shape of your favorite superhero, so clearly, there are options. Show More Summary
Borag Thungg Earthlets and beware! The newly formed Judge may be 1/6th the size of his Mega-City namesake but Gr,ud be with you if you don’t pay your respects! The post This New Judge Dredd Action Figure IS the Law appeared first on CBR.com.
Remember those ridiculous futuristic vans Land Rover designed for the Sylvester Stallone film Judge Dredd? It looks like one of them is just sitting in someone’s yard in England alongside another machine from the movie, a converted Alvis Saracen British military vehicle. Read more...
After Dredd and the girls barely survive an encounter with nihilist missionaries, they are brought to a hospital where they make a disturbing discovery, in "Vegans"! The post Judge Dredd #10 appeared first on CBR.com.
In this issue: Judge Dredd: Monkey Business by Arthur Wyatt, Jake Lynch, Richard Elson, and Annie Parkhouse; Realm of the Damned by Alec Worley and Pye Parr, and more! The post Judge Dredd Megazine #376 appeared first on CBR.com.
In this issue: Judge Dredd: Well Gel by TC Eglington, Paul Marshall, Chris Blythe, and Annie Parkhouse; Jaegir: Warchild by Gordon Rennie, Simon Coleby, Len O’Grady, and Simon Bowland; Scarlet Traces: Cold War by Ian Edginton, D’Israeli, and Annie Parkhouse, and more! The post 2000 AD #1999 appeared first on CBR.com.
Comic books as a medium have rarely need an excuse to feature a gorilla in a story, but in Judge Dredd Megazine #376, there's a little more going on under the surface than just the fun of seeing an ape wearing Judge Dredd's uniform. Continue reading…
IDW's own-brand Judge Dredd has proved just how versatile the character is when taken away from his home of 2000 AD and transplanted to an American publisher. The current volume by Ulises Fariñas, Erick Freitas, Dan McDaid and Ryan Hill...Show More Summary
AD2000 and Scramble are teaming up to give Dredd fans and martial artists something unique: Judge Dredd martial arts wear. 2000 AD and Scramble are pleased to announce a new range of licensed martial arts clothing and compression wear...Show More Summary
In terms of comics, it was quite possibly the single best week this summer.
If you’re one of those fans who is still disappointed that we won’t get a sequel to Dredd, we have a couple cool pieces of artwork that might help you feel a little better. Vice Press has announced the impending arrival of two new Judge...Show More Summary
So here are the three most amazing things about the Northampton International Comic Expo, which is happening on September 3 and 4 in Bedford in the UK: First, it can be abbreviated to "NICE," which is a very pleasant thing to call your comic book convention. Show More Summary
I'm pretty sure that everyone reading this already knows that Judge Dredd runs every week in the pages of 2000 AD, but apparently that was not often enough for British audiences in the '80s and '90s. From 1981 to 1998, a daily Dredd comic strip ran in the UK's Daily Star, giving readers bite-size chunks of Mega-City One's most ruthless lawman. Show More Summary
CBR has the exclusive reveal of the acclaimed "Batman Incorporated" artist's Judge Dredd cover for "2000 AD's" 2000th issue.
Alex Yarde gets wind of two huge announcements today from two of his favorite franchises! The post CN Greenlights POWERPUFF GIRLS Season 2 & One: 12 Collective’s Limited Edition Judge Dredd w/ Lawmaster appeared first on The Good Men Project.
2000 AD, home of Judge Dredd, is bringing Jock (Dredd, Batman) and Rob Williams (Martian Manhunter, Unfollow) to San Diego for Comic-Con 2016. Con exclusives include limited edition prints by Jock and Lee Garbett – and don’t miss The 2000 AD Thrill-Power Hour panel! Follow the jump for details. Show More Summary
Society shifted this week, with the introduction of Judge Dredd style attack robot and the mega-hit virtual reality Pokémon Go. Although not connected in any way, both events signal the start of something new, something not seen before. Are the rules of the game changing?
Ben Wheatley has carved out quite a resume in movies (Kill List, High-Rise) and TV (Doctor Who), but still maintains that he owes his success to reading 2000 AD (home of Judge Dredd, ABC Warriors, and more). Wheatley talks about his career with host Michael Molcher on the current edition of the 2000 AD Thrill-Cast podcast. Show More Summary
Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth Uncensored • Writers: Pat Mills, John Wagner, Chris Lowder • Artists: Brian Bolland, Mick McMahon • Rebellion A/S, $35.00 hardcover, $15.00 Kindle edition. 208 pages. Almost 40 years ago, I was sitting in my office at DC Comics in Rockefeller Plaza creatively shirking my work when the mail room guy […]