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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 […]
It's been a pretty interesting year for crossovers. The epic Transformers vs. GI Joe just wrapped up with its literally planet-shattering conclusion, Judge Dredd's about to fight Aliens and Predators at the same time, and we just recently...Show More Summary
CHEW writer John Layman and 5 GHOSTS artist Chris Mooneyham bring three comics icons together.
Before the xenomorphs take on Judge Dredd and Predators, they must take on Vampirella.
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I've been pretty up front about this before, but whenever 2000 AD's Judge Dredd manages to find himself thrown into a crossover with Aliens or Predator, the result is pretty amazing. In fact, I'd venture to say that they're arguablyShow More Summary
Check out a preview of PREDATOR Vs. JUDGE DREDD Vs. ALIENS #1 from Dark Horse Comics.
“Judge Dredd” fans went in a frenzy last week when Karl Urban, who starred in the 2013 adaptation, Dredd, told the Denver Comic Con crowd that a sequel was “…in development.“ The film’s executive producer, Adi Shankar, quickly refuted reports, stating that the report was “not true at all,” while Urban clarified his comments on […]
Back in 2012 Lionsgate created revisionist history by erasing the 1995 adaptation of the comic book “Judge Dread” from our brain. Karl Urban starred as the title character in Dredd, which was originally portrayed by Sylvester Stallone. The movie was awesome, even if it was an alleged rip-off of Gareth Evans’ The Raid (there’s internal […]
Cartoonist Ulises Fariñas is perhaps best known for his work on Judge Dredd and the Star Wars activity book Where’s The Wookie?, but now he’s turning his hands to comics publishing by launching a new comics imprint in partnership with Magnetic Press. Buño will feature titles curated by Fariñas and his publishing partner Storme Smith. Continue reading…
(Tokyo- Image Link) Megacities aren't just settings for sci-fi novels or places where Judges like Dredd enforce the law- they're massive cities like Tokyo, Delhi or Shanghai where more than 10 million people live in a space never meant to hold so many people. Show More Summary
IDW's "Judge Dredd" by Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas & Jesus Redondo finds Dredd wondering if punishment fits virtual crimes.
Actor Karl Urban is probably best known now for playing Dr. McCoy in the reimagined Star Trek films, but to many sci-fi fans he’ll always be Judge Dredd. The 2012 Dredd movie seemed […]
Dredd star Karl Urban says conversations are happening for a potential Judge Dredd TV series on either Netflix or Amazon.
Over the last few days there have been some rumblings about the potential for Karl Urban to reprise his role as Judge Dredd in another project. Here's the latest.Click To Continue Reading
For those of us who love the truly bizarre extremes that the future's toughest lawman will go to, one of the most exciting pieces of news this year was the announcement that Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth would finally be reprinted in its entirety. Show More Summary