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
Dredd fights to protect Mega-City One against robots while keeping his uniform clean in "Judge Dredd" #29 by Duane Swierczynski & Nelson Daniel.
On June 24, 2000 AD is putting out the latest in their line of 48-page seasonal anthologies, and as you might expect, the Summer Special is set to feature all the usual suspects that you get in the weekly prog. There's a Judge Dredd story, of course and Rogue Trooper makes an appearance, and there are a couple of new offerings in there as well. Show More Summary
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Kai Kloepfer is developing a smart gun. Basically it is like something out of Hollywood. Remember when Sylvester Stallone played Judge Dredd or in the last Bond film, Skyfall, Bond had a special PPK? The guns in those movies had a fingerprint safety mechanism so that only a certain person could use the firearm. Show More Summary
When I'm looking for something to read, there are certain things that will make me pick up a book immediately. It's probably the same way with you, and while I think we all have the usual soft spots for a favorite villain or a cool plot...Show More Summary
A new bundle of games is available through Humble Bundle, this time made in partnership with Tin Man Games. They are the creators of a few titles on Google Play, such as Judge Dredd, To Be Or Not To Be, House of Hell, Bloodbones, and...Show More Summary
2000AD’s Judge Dredd has been around longer than most of modern comics. He’s been a mainstay in the British comics scene and has appealed to mature audiences for years now thanks to his righteous sense of right and wrong, his badass bike the lawmaker, and a multitude of gear. Joseph Dredd is an American law enforcement […]
The cities of the future are massive, sprawling, beautiful monsters, covering entire coastlines — and in some cases, entire continents. Whether it's Judge Dredd's Mega-Cities or William Gibson's "Sprawl," future cities always devour land. Here's a map of future megalopolises. Read more...
Rob Williams and Henry Flint reunite for a follow-up to last year's huge "Titan" storyline, and the writer tells us how "Enceladus" will test Dredd to the core!
In a move that proves that holding your breath and making enough of a racket on the Internet will get you what you want, Netflix picked today of all days to announce a new series, Dredd. That’s right, Judge Dredd is bringing the law to Netflix in a brand new 13 episode event that is […]
An exclusive preview of 2000 AD PROG 1924 as series starts new storylines.
Most people who saw 2012’s Dredd, a dark reboot of the classic British comic book anti-hero Judge Dredd, dug it. Almost 20 years after Sylvester Stallone made a thoroughly campy mess of the property in Judge Dredd, director Pete Travis,...Show More Summary
He helped redefine the zombie genre with 28 Days Later, and he helped wash the bad taste of the Sylvester Stallone-starring Judge Dredd out of our mouths with 2012’s Dredd, and now Alex Garland wants us to re-think artificial intelligence. It’s a tough topic to break despite the efforts of two recent high-profile, and high-budget, misfires […]
Adi Shankar is no stranger to taking other people’s intellectual properties and turning them on their heads – most notably creating new mythology and fresh spins on characters like The Punisher, Judge Dredd, and most recently, the… The post Watch James Bond Get a Reboot from the Person Behind the Unsanctioned “Power Rangers” Short appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Nobody does weird, silly dystopian near futures like District 9 director Neill Blomkamp. And this concept art from his new movie Chappie — which we're premiering exclusively at io9 — makes his world of robots and thugs look like something out of Judge Dredd, or some other 2000 A.D. comic. Read more...