Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens #1

Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens #1

The outcome is a thing seemingly made up of love and appreciation for the chance to work with some of the greatest characters of all time

Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 6: Mandroid

Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 6: Mandroid

As a complete package, Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 6: Mandroid is a bit of a mixed bag, but the strength of the opening story is more than enough justification to add it to your collection. Depressing as hell and delightfully deep, Mandroid shines a light on the nature of justice and its relationship to revenge, all while delivering a somber look at how the system failed a man and how that man, in turn, failed beautifully in a blaze of bullets, blood and hopelessness

2000 AD: Prog 1924

2000 AD: Prog 1924

It can’t be expressed enough how well these progs are put together and the kind of material and creators that 2000 AD gets week in and week out for your enjoyment. There is so much to love here, it’s hard to pick out favorites or highlights, so maybe it’s best if you just go pick this up

Insurrection: Liberty

Insurrection: Liberty

Insurrection: Liberty was a pleasant surprise, especially considering there was no previous knowledge of this corner of the Dredd-verse. It was a quick, one-sitting read that had everything you could want from a book, even if Dredd himself didn’t play a role in the story

Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 5: Shamballa

Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 5: Shamballa

Shamballa continues this trend of fantastic collections from the Judge Dredd Mega Collection initiative that play out thematically rather than chronologically. If you can get your hands on these, there is no better time than right now to get into Dredd. This is a character, and a universe, that has and continues to stand the test of time

Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 3: Apocalypse War

Judge Dredd Mega Collection Book 3: Apocalypse War

Judge Dredd the Mega Collection: Apocalypse War starts off tame in comparison and slowly builds to a grand finale the likes of which possibly no other comic has ever, or maybe will ever, match. Starting with Block Mania and transitioning into Apocalypse War was not only extremely clever from John Wagner—co-creator of Judge Dredd, who went by T.B. Gover at ..