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A 2013 World Book Night selection. An all-time-classic in a small paperback format. Judge Dredd's ultimate nemesis has arrived. His name is Judge Death, and in his eyes, all life is a crime! the super-fiend from Deadworld proves to be an implacable enemy, and Judge Dredd must work with Psi Judge anderson to save Mega-City one from a city-wide death penalty.
ANYTHING GOES IN SIN CITY! The floating multi-story metropolis of illegal delights known as Sin City has anchored outside Mega-City one, and Dredd has seemingly been sent aboard to keep what order can be kept on a lawless floating city. His real task? Locate Ula Danser, the De-Megification terrorist determined to destroy the Mega-Cities at any cost! But Danser isn't working alone - Dredd's old enemy Orlok is coming to meet her, and he's carrying a cargo intended to pay back everything Dredd did to East-Meg one - with interest!
A CLASSIC MODERN JUDGE DREDD STORY PRESENTED IN THE LOW-PRICED DIGEST FORMAT RESTORING ORDER! Mega-City One, 2135 AD. After the destruction wrought by the Chaos Bug with most of the city in ruins, a decimated Justice Department is struggling to cope. With disease, corruption, and looting rife, there are some that seek to take advantage of the city's condition, including dangerous psychic, Algol Rey. Judge Dredd and Psi-Judge Anderson have survived, but after all the violence and horror, can they bring order back to a damaged city? Their limits as Judges are put to the test!
RELENTLESS! Mega-City One - a nightmarish enclosure located along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. Only the Judges - powerful law enforcers supporting the despotic Justice Department - can stop total anarchy running rife on the crime-ridden streets. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd - he is the law and these are his stories... Judge Dredd's single-minded pursuit of law comes into conflict with the more clandestine forces of the Hall of Justice, including an assassin under orders of the Chief Judge!
British comics' take on War of the Worlds beams down for some classic comics carnage! SPACE INVADERS! 1984. Skeletal-looking alien warriors have invaded the Earth, bringing many large cities like London to the brink of total destruction! Taken by surprise, mankind must now dig deep to survive! In Britain the tough-as-boots military outfit known as Storm Squad mount the fightback against the `Spooks' while professor Ed Lomax looks into a way of permanently ridding the plant of this unearthly foe for good!
This beautifully illustrated, darkly comical first volume includes the complete run of the strip from the legendary boy's comic, Scream! AN EXPRESS ELEVATOR TO HELL - GOING UP! Maxwell Tower is a state-of-the art tower block - a bold, experimental council tenement, run by an A.I. called Max. As building superintendent, Max's primary function is the welfare of his tenants, which he takes very seriously. And if anyone threatens either the residents or the building itself, they can expect a visit to the thirteenth floor - a place where nightmare and reality become one!
This swinging anthology of ape-related stories explore what happens when criminals try to monkey around with the law in Mega-City One! MEET THE PRIMATE PERPS! Spawned from apes who were genetically altered after the Atomic Wars, a sizeable population of simian citizens now live in Mega-City One. Many have turned to crime, including Don Uggie Apelino and his ape gang. Harry Heston, on the other hand, has taken it upon himself to enforce the law, having drawn inspiration from the Big Meg's most notorious lawman, Judge Dredd.
JUSTICE GOES HEAD-TO-HEAD! Judge Death has crossed dimensions to Gotham City and Judge Dredd is in pursuit! However, this is the home turf of a certain caped vigilante - the Batman. Two very different brands of uncompromising justice are destined to clash!
The war on crime gets tougher, as the Justice Department (after Dredd's approval) unveil the brand new Lawgiver Mark II firearm!
Twenty years after a global nuclear war destroyed the world, Captain Ulysses Pilgrim is woken from suspended animation by three military robot aides. Selected by his superiors to survive the initial onslaught, Pilgrim now has one last mission; to scour through post-holocaust U.S.A. in the search for other survivors.
From humorously twisted Future Shocks to the dystopian escapades of Judge Dredd, 2000 AD has inspired generations of readers and has spawned some of the greatest talents in the comics industry. To celebrate the creative droids behind the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, a selection of writers and artists from across 2000 AD's forty-year history were asked to choose their favourite one-off story by a fellow creator and explain why they chose it. The result is this incredible anthology featuring work by Alan Grant, Kevin O'Neill, Rob Williams, Brian Bolland, Chris Weston and Steve Dillon selected by creators such as founding editor Pat Mills, celebrated artist Jock and recent newcomer Tom Foster.
The Angel gang are the meanest, most deranged villains ever to come out of the Cursed Earth. An all-male family of psychopathic cannibal hillbillies, the gang comprised of Pa, the patriarchal leader, and his sons Link, Junior and Mean. Mega-City One's greatest lawman Judge Dredd thought that he had seen the last of the Angels after his epic quest to find the Judge Child. And then he encountered the Fink - eldest sibling of the clan, whose speciality and passion in life involved him creating deadly concoctions to use on his poor victims. The latest member of the Angel gang is Ratfink - a Cursed Earth-dwelling fiend who preys on passing helltrekkers. Just like his father Fink Angel, Ratfink has a love of poisons, rodents and mayhem...
This second volume of the Daily Star Dredds features the weekly strips published in the popular national tabloid that ran between July 1986 to the end of 1988, featuring action-packed stories from John Wagner and Alan Grant and sumptuous art from Ian Gibson, Mike Collins and the legendary Ron Smith.
From 1981 to 1986, The Daily Star ran a Judge Dredd comic strip written by John Wagner and Alan Grant and illustrated by Ron Smith. Appearing in collected forms only haphazardly well over twenty years ago, this is the first time the entire collection has been reprinted and assembled in one volume. This collection contains the daily and weekend strips.
When Judge Feyy, Mega-City One's oldest pre-cognitive, has a vision of the city being destroyed in 2120, Judge Dredd and a select group of other Judges, including future Chief Judge Hershey, are sent on a mission to find the Judge Child. Apparently, young Owen Krysler may be the only one with the power to stop the apocalyptic event from ever happening. With the fate of the 'Big Meg' in the balance, Dredd will travel through the irradiated wastelands of the Cursed Earth and venture out into the depths of uncharted space to find him!