I'm usually a little wary of cynicism in my Christmas stories, but let's be real here: When you're heading to Mega City One to read about Judge Dredd, you really have to adjust your expectations on what qualifies as "cynical." If you...Show More Summary
The first-ever female writer of Judge Dredd has delivered a dream team-up with DC Comics' ultimate odd couple. The post Emma Beeby Teams Wonder Woman, Catwoman in DC’s New Talent Showcase appeared first on CBR.com.
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Dr. Reinstöt is hosting a party! AN APOCALYPSE PARTY! Dark Horse Comics' Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens #3 by John Layman & Chris Mooneyham. The post Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens #3 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW) appeared first on CBR.com.
Carlos Ezquerra draws two of his best-known co-creations, Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, for February's milestone issue of the storied U.K. magazine. The post Exclusive: 2000AD Reveals Carlos Ezquerra’s 40th Anniversary Cover appeared first on CBR.com.
For Hero Complex Gallery’s Sci-Scapes exhibit, illustrators Josan Gonzalez and Laurie Greasley made The Raid, a massive cyberpunk artwork filled with famous science fiction and fantasy characters, including Judge Dredd, Ellen Ripley, Tetsuo and Major Kusanagi.
After a few episodes that were less than stellar (turning Captain Barnes into Judge Dredd? Not their finest hour!), Gotham (Mondays, 8/7C) is back on track with an episode that culminates in a couple of big surprises. Time Bomb opens...Show More Summary
Preview the game-changing finale of Jude Dredd's Mega-City Zero by Ulises Fariñas, Erick Freitas & Dan McDaid. The post Judge Dredd #12 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW) appeared first on CBR.com.
A sad day for fans of Preacher co-creator and revered comic artist Steve Dillon, as the Hellblazer and Punisher icon has passed away at age 54. Dillon had worked on everything from Doctor Who, to Nick Fury and Judge Dredd, including the original Preacher art-work alongside co-creator Garth Ennis. Continue reading…
In this issue: Judge Dredd: Monkey Business by Arthur Wyatt (w) Jake Lynch (a) Richard Elson (c) Annie Parkhouse (l); Blunt by TC Eglington (w) Boo Cook (a) Simon Bowland … The post Judge Dredd Megazine #377 appeared first on CBR.co...
While I can fully admit that 2012’s Dredd is a superior movie in pretty much every single way to 1995’s Judge Dredd, I’ll always hold a special place in my heart for that film. Yes, it’s terrible. Yes, it’s laughable. Yes, it’s a goddamn mess that made fans of the comic grown from the opening […]
Remember, impersonating a Judge, especially Judge Dredd, is a serious crime and WILL land you in the Iso-Cubes for decades. The post Ghoulish Judge Dredd Mask Gives You the Grimacing Face of The Law appeared first on CBR.com.
I have seen a lot of great Judge Dredd cosplay over the years, and while the costume itself presents a whole set of sartorial challenges, I have to imagine that the most difficult part of being Dredd is maintaining his permanent stony scowl. Show More Summary
It seems that the disappointments will never cease to end when it comes to hearing about potential sequels to 2012’s incredible Dredd. We’ve been hearing about a potential TV series for a while now, although it’s uncertain if that’s the route the developers want to take. What we do know is that the producers and […]
Are you a fan of creepy comics, monstrous manga, and ghoulish graphic novels? Well FANGORIA has the latest and greatest in the world of pulp and putrid horror comics and the eerie ancillary material that follows! First off, the horror manga hit that has swept the tides of fandom, ATTACK ON TITAN, has made such a […]
In today’s edition of sequel bits: A Back to the Future comic creates an origin story for Needles. Dwayne Jonson posted a video from the set of Jumanji. Alex Garland wanted Judge Death in Dredd. IP Man 4 has been announced. And more....Show More Summary
The 2012 film adaptation of Dredd was a long awaited tribute to a much loved indie comic. Standing head and shoulders above Sylvester Stallone’s 1995 Judge Dredd, the movie seemed to just get everything right. Alex Garland‘s revival of the 2000AD series made for a great retelling of the story for seasoned readers as well […]
It turns out that the original script for 2012's Dredd centered on a very bizarre aspect of the Judge Dredd mythos.
While fans of Pete Travis and Alex Garland’s 2012 Dredd movie are still wondering whether there’ll ever be a sequel to the instant cult-classic adaptation, it turns turns out the original movie was almost very different—and instead starred one of 2000 A.D.’s stranger Judges. Read more...
Dredd screenwriter Alex Garland initially worked up a script starring the cult favorite character. The post Dredd Creator Reveals Fox Passed On A Judge Death Film appeared first on CBR.com.