The mystery of The Blessed Earth begins here! IDW Publishing's Judge Dredd: Blessed Earth #1 by Ulises Fariñas, Erick Freitas & Daniel Iaizarri. The post Judge Dredd: The Blessed Earth #1 appeared first on CBR.
At the start of March 1977 the newly-launched British SF comic 2000AD introduced its most famous, enduring and iconic character: Judge Joseph Dredd. Dredd is a law-enforcement officer with on-the-spot powers of judge, jury and, if necessary, executioner. Show More Summary
PROLOGUE Two movies, quite unlike in dignity, In fair box office grosses, where we lay our scene, From ancient Judge Dredd, which bombed two years past ’93, To Alex Garland’s ass-kicking version, which made no money. From forth the fatal...Show More Summary
I was hesitant when I came across the solicit for Judge Dredd Deviations- Howl of the Wolf. The story is basically “Cry of the Werewolf” but with a twist. The post Judge Dredd Deviations #1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
In a world where Judge Dredd turned into a werewolf... and stayed that way! IDW Publishing's Judge Dredd: Deviations by John McCrea. The post Judge Dredd: Deviations appeared first on CBR.
In their latest look at old comic related pop culture references, CSBG looks at the odd connection between Judge Dredd and a classic reggae singer. The post The Reggae Origins of Judge Dredd appeared first on CBR.
Judges Dredd and more.
The mystery of The Blessed Earth begins here! IDW Publishing's Judge Dredd Annual #1 by Ulises Fariñas, Erick Freitas, Dan McDaid & Pablo Tunica. The post Judge Dredd Annual #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
We have, as a people, had Judge Dredd comics for about 40 years now, so it's fair to say that maybe we've gotten used to having him around. I mean, as shocking as his sprawling thrill-powered future might be, and as strange as things...Show More Summary
The toughest judge in Mega-City One is having a very bad day as the Apocalypse War Judge Dredd Sixth-Scale Figure. The future isn’t pretty in the world of Judge Dredd but the grim and dark landscape becomes even grimmer and darker with The Apocalypse War [...]
2000 Ad is 40 today – that’s forty years of continuous weekly publication! The UK’s most popular comic, 2000 AD has introduced such legendary characters as Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog and Halo Jones – and such legendary creators as Alan Moore, Brian Bolland, Dave Gibbons, Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, and Simon Bisley. Show More Summary
Halloa and well met, people on my post-apocalyptic mail route! Not gonna lie, this week’s group of questions forced me to think extra hard about canon vs. quality, why America doesn’t care about Judge Dredd, if Back to the Future’s Doc Brown is a time-traveling hypocrite, and more. Hopefully it’s worth it! (For you, I… Read more...
Rebellion’s CEO Jason Kingsley wants to “work with other game developers and give them freedom to expand on the 2000 AD library.” Rebellion celebrated 2000 AD’s 40 Years Of Thrill Power Festival over the weekend and as well as teasing a big announcement to come later this year, CEO Jason Kingsley told Bleeding Cool that […]
IDW Publishing's Judge Dredd: The Brendan McCarthy Collection by John Wagner, Alan Grant, Al Ewing & Brendan McCarthy. The post Judge Dredd: The Brendan McCarthy Collection appeared first on CBR.com.
After a few months away, Judge Dredd is back in action at IDW, but in his newest mission, it’s been quite a while since we last saw him. And if you thought Dredd’s usual life was messed up, then it’s about to get downright apocalyptic (well, even more than it always is) in Judge Dredd: The Blessed Earth—and we’ve got… Read more...
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover whether Alan Moore and Brian Bolland almost did a Batman/Judge Dredd crossover comic book! The post Comic Legends: Was There Nearly Batman/Judge Dredd by Moore/Bolland? appeared first on CBR.com.
And the return of BADROCK - no, not that one.
"Deviations" one-shots for Judge Dredd, Star Trek, Orphan Black and more in IDW Publishing Solicitations for March 2017. The post IDW Publishing Solicitations for March 2017 appeared first on CBR.com.
IDW Publishing once again asks "What if" with a month-long March event, this time with "My Little Pony" as part of the fun. The post My Little Pony Meets Judge Dredd in New IDW Deviations Variant Cover appeared first on CBR.com.
Last week, IDW announced Judge Dredd: Deviations, a new story that takes a "What If" style approach to John Wagner, Alan Grant, and Steve Dillon's "Cry of the Werewolf," asking what would happen if Mega City One's toughest lawman never recovered. Show More Summary