“AWWWWW! That’s the most adorable hyper-violent execution I’ve ever seen” you’ll say once you see the penguin version of the legendary Judge Dredd in action. Why designers Daniel Balmforth and Steve Scholz decided to create this…
I am the law… in Antarctica! The Judge Dredd Cosplay Penguin will send a chill down your spine, but not because he’s scary; the little guy keeps cranking the AC down to sub-zero temps. Standing 4.5-inches-tall, this PVC statuette features a cosplaying penguin dressed as his favorite Megacity One lawman, with a comic-accurate costume that […]
Sorry, Penguins of Madagascar...smiling and waving won't cut it with this guy. He's cute, but don't mistake those fearsome flippers for happy feet. This peng-wing (TM Cumberbatch) may not be abl...
Artist Greg Staples discusses Judge Death's return in upcoming "Judge Dredd" epic "Dark Justice," citing "Alien" as an influence on the fully painted project.
Mega-City One is vulnerable because the toughest cop of the future is chilling out with you on the Judge Dredd Lawmaster Statue. Batman might have a belt and cave filled with goodies but he’s not the only person who fights crime with an astounding arsenal of weapons. Measuring 24 inches in length, this statue features […]
Gamers getting arrested right at in their living rooms for playing violent video games? That’s some awesomely JUDGE DREDD satire there. The show has such a dry and deadpan sense of humor, you can’t always be sure when it’s joking, but damn… was hat scene a stitch. Show More Summary
Andy Diggle discusses his contribution to the "Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens" collected edition and his unused "Superman/Judge Dredd" pitch.
After two straight years of call-to-arms, online petitions and continual coy “maybe there’ll be a sequel” talk from Karl Urban, Dredd finally earned itself a follow-up. Not a real sequel, of course. Actually, it might be less of a sequel than last year’s official comic book follow-up, “Dredd: Underbelly,” but it’s new Dredd nonetheless. Show More Summary
Behold the "bootleg" animated Judge Dredd webseries in its entirety. And it is dark, gross, and violent—and honestly I felt weird watching it at work. And that's probably the very feeling that the creator wanted to impart to the audience. Read more...
Producer Adi Shankar has debuted all six episodes of 'Judge Dredd: Superfiend', along with an introduction to this universe. [...]
And here it is, folks, the Adi Shankar-produced animated JUDGE DREDD series, “Judge Dredd: Superfiend”, is finally online in all of its bloody, animated glory. You can watch every episode right here, right now! Written and...Show More Summary
This has arrived quickly — from surprise announcement to trailer to full release, here’s the 6-episode “bootleg” web series Judge Dredd: Superfiend. The show is from producer Adi Shankar and writing/directing siblings Luis Pelayo Junquera and Enol Junquera. Show More Summary
After plenty of teases, "Dredd" producer Adi Shankar has released the six-episode animated series focusing on the Dark Judges.
Following both a series of stills and a trailer, Dredd executive producer Adi Shankar?s unofficial animated spin-off, ?Judge Dredd: Superfiend,? has debuted online in its entirety.
The seven-episode "Judge Dredd: Superfiend" animated series, which features the Dark Judges, has debuted its first full-length trailer.
Judge Dredd was originally a comic, and it was good. It was rewritten with another story line, and it was still good. Then it was a movie, and it was bad. Really bad. Then it became a movie again (Dredd), and it lacked the comic book back-story and it was low on character development. There […]
Here is the longest Judge Dredd: Superfiend trailer yet, along with a lot of footage of Judge Death just going bananas on the citizens of Mega-City One. Read more...
Producer Adi Shankar explains why he made this six-episode 'Judge Dredd: Superfiend' miniseries, debuting new photos with the first trailer. [...]
Hungry for more action from the universe of Judge Dredd but can?t wait another decade to see a feature follow-up to Dredd? Look no further than this very first trailer for the bootlegged web miniseries Judge Dredd: Superfiend, which shares the film?s producer Avi Shankar. Click To Continue Reading