Optimus Prime's head Captain America's shield Boba Fett's helmet Judge Dredd's helmet Master Chief's helmet Michael McLane of Florence, Kentucky is a stained glass artist of both talent and excellent taste in subject matter. Among other projects, he makes lamps inspired by science fiction and comic books. Show More Summary
It may yet happen. Don't give up all hope! Last summer we reported news that there might be a positive spin on the once-thought-dead sequel to Dredd, the rebooted comic book series starring Karl Urban as Judge Dredd from writer/producer Alex Garland. Show More Summary
There’s no shame in keeping the flame going, even if it seems like it’s been snuffed out. Which is why fans continue to hope against hope that their beloved Judge Dredd will return to the big screen, preferably with Karl Urban behind the mask. Show More Summary
I love seeing developers succeed. So when Judge Dredd vs. Zombies recently surpassed 1.55 million downloads on the Window Windows Phone Windows Store, I couldn’t wait to talk with James Valls, Senior Producer at Rebellion to ask about the strategies he used to produce such strong performance. Show More Summary
Duane Swierczynski lays down the law about "Judge Dredd," the IDW debut of Death, nine new Dark Judges and the exclusive reveal of Judge Choke!
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister. Welcome to Bagged and Boarded: comic reviews of the sick, spooky, twisted and terrifying! The Massive No. Show More Summary
Judge Dredd is coming to Los Angeles.
You know Dredd. Big, beefy, never takes off the helmet. Kind of a jerk, isn't he? Why do we like him again? Read more...
The Guy Who Directed The ALCATRAZ, NIKITA & TOMORROW PEOPLE Pilots Is Directing Fox’s Pre-Batman GOTHAM Pilot As Well!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Danny Cannon, who directed 1995’s “Judge Dredd” and the 1998 sequel...Show More Summary
Jaybird and I discuss the latest installment in Warner Brothers Studios' acclaimed Batman video game series: Arkham Origins.
It's been a long time since we last heard anything about the upcoming television series Gotham. It was all the way back in September when it was announced that Fox would be airing the series about Batman's hometown, but things have remained quiet since. That changes today, as the pilot has picked up a brand new executive producer and director. Click To Continue Reading
Writer Douglas Wolk and artist Ulises Farinas discuss "Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two," building a new California and Dredd's 'true' face.
IDW Publishing's solicits for March 2014 see "G.I. Joe" and "Transformers" hit milestones, plus new "X-Files," "Judge Dredd" & more!
The bad news is, this ISN’T a film sequel to 2012?s underappreciated Dredd–the second and far superior big screen adaptation of 2000 A.D.‘s Judge Dredd (despite how badly some people wish it were). The good news is the UK’s Judge Dredd Magazine continued the story of the film in serial form, and the comic will […]
There aren’t a whole lot of people in Mega-City One that seem more intimidating than Judge Dredd but the 2000 AD Judge Death Statue reveals one character that even Dredd treats with a healthy dose of respect… which basically means Dredd shoots him with even more bullets than usual. The 1:4 scale, 21-inch polystone statue […]
Admittedly, it helps to have a brilliant make-up artist and costumer designer on hand, as well as a timelapse camera. That said: damn, that's impressive. Read more...
The dude in the chair in this video is Nathan Claridge. He's a regular, early 21st-century human being. At the end of a long session with make-up artist Patt Foad, though, he's become killing machine and one-man judiciary system Judge Dredd. Read more...
This is a fantastic example of misdirection. You get so fixated on what a great job they did with the costume - proving that the original can look great in live-action without much modification...
It was the great Judge Dredd who once said that he was the law. For Grey Sky Appeal, they are now saying “My Boombox Is The Law”, and C-Rayz Walz showed up to validate this very statement. Welcome the power of the horns in this one. A definite banger.