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

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 1: America

Judge Dredd Mega Collection: America is an absolutely brilliant starting point for any reader looking to get into the kind of stuff that made the recent Dredd movie great or even any reader that simply looking to get into damn good comics.

Dredd: Urban Warfare

Dredd: Urban Warfare does what all good Judge Dredd tales do: it thrills with its surface-level action while subtly planting questions in your brain about society’s structure and its reasons for being through exaggerated caricatures of the all-too real tribulations found outside its pages.

Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens HC

Price of admission is virtually covered through the spectacular art in both these stories and the sheer thrill of seeing the singularly minded beasts, be they dreadlocked or helmeted or drooling, come face to face with their own primal natures is its own reward. For Grud’s sake, who doesn’t love the smell of napalm fueled justice in their comics collection?