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Judge Dredd Megazine #424 (e-magazine review).

October 25, 2020 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd Megazine #424 (e-magazine review).

‘Thirty Magnificent Years’ says the cover of this special anniversary issue but I bought it because the stories are all just beginning, on part one, which makes it easier for the reader. That said, each of the strips has a lot of background now and, if you haven’t been following religiously for the last thirty […]

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Judge Dredd: cop that, perp! (video)

October 11, 2020 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd: cop that, perp! (video)

Here’s a 30-minute-long Zoom-style video panel of creators and fans yacking about the present and future of the Judge Dredd comic-book character from the pages of 2000AD. He started off as a futuristic mickey take of Dirty Harry, and went on to be the best-selling strip from 2000AD. Is J.D. still relevant? You better believe […]

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Judge Dredd the animated series?

June 16, 2020 | By | 1 Reply More
Judge Dredd the animated series?

Here’s an interesting animated short created as a proof of concept piece for a potential CGI-based Judge Dredd animated TV series, aka the grim Mega-City One lawman from the famous British 2000AD comic-book.  DREDD_AnimSeries_CONCEPT from JoanCabot on Vimeo.

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Judge Dredd Megazine #390 (comicbook review).

December 9, 2017 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd Megazine #390 (comicbook review).

I passed a W.H. Smith’s the other day and picked up Judge Dredd Megazine # 390 and 2000AD # 2059, partly to see what they’re like now and partly to strike a blow against American cultural imperialism by purchasing home-grown British comics. The first thing I learned is that they are quite expensive: £5.99 for […]

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Judge Dredd Mega-City One to be a new TV series.

May 10, 2017 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd Mega-City One to be a new TV series.

Judge Dredd, that Dirty Harry of the urban post-nuked Future, will soon be arriving on your TV. Oh happy day, you comic-book perps. I suspect it’s a good sign that they’ve named the TV series to include the actual city name, as in so many ways, the city and Mega-City society is the real star […]

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Dredd needs help, citizen!

May 9, 2014 | By | Reply More
Dredd needs help, citizen!

Legendary British comic book 2000 AD is asking its readers to help solve a mystery – where have key episodes from the Judge Dredd newspaper strip gone? Later this year, 2000 AD is reproducing the long-running comic strip from the national Daily Star newspaper, but a number of strips – including the first ever one […]

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Dredd by Gordon Rennie, David Bishop and Matthew Smith (book review).

November 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Dredd by Gordon Rennie, David Bishop and Matthew Smith	(book review).

‘Dredd’ is an anthology of three previously published novels about Judge Dredd, the twenty-second century lawman who has spent the last thirty-five years as the most popular character in British comic, ‘2000AD’. The anthology was published in North America to coincide with the release of the live action film ‘Dredd 3D’, starring Karl Urban in […]

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Dredd 3D (Frank’s take).

September 23, 2012 | By | 2 Replies More
Dredd 3D (Frank’s take).

The forgettable 1995 film ‘Judge Dredd’ (or as a majority of film critics and fans deemed it Judge Dread-ful) starring Sylvester Stallone was a flat and disjointed sci-fi spectacle that got a tepid treatment from the clueless handlers in Hollywood. Cheapened and hokey, ‘Judge Dredd’ was barely a footnote at the box office some seventeen […]

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The other new Judge Dredd film.

September 13, 2012 | By | Reply More
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Ma-ma Madrigal – origins tale.

September 5, 2012 | By | Reply More
Ma-ma Madrigal – origins tale.

What better way to promote the new 3d Judge Dredd flick than to run an animated origins story for the movie’s baddie. That would be drug-dealing Ma-ma Madrigal, aka actress Lena Headey, best known to us SF geeks as Mrs Sarah Connor from the Chronicles of the same name. Killing Terminators, killing Judges, what’s the […]

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