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Dredd (2012) - Movie Review

The basic aim of Dredd is simple – it needs to be bold, true to the source material and full of juicy violence, enough to wipe out the memories of the notoriously poor Stallone attempt of 1995 that threw plenty of money at the screen without bothering to work on anything resembling a decent script. 788 more words

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Journey Planet #39: Judge Dredd

Now on-line, totally free and ready for you to download – the Judge Dredd issue of Journey Planet, the Hugo Award-winning fanzine!

99 pages packed with all-new articles on Dredd, the creators that shaped him, features from the folks behind the Dredd fanzines… 21 more words

Me and Judge Dredd

If I count the things that are particularly precious to me 2000ad is right up there. I mean right up there, perhaps not above the kids but definitely well ahead of a number of the members of my wider family. 370 more words

Mega City Book Club Episode 55: Al's Baby

Mega City Book Club investigate the weirdest pregnancy to ever appear in the pages of the Meg and the Prog as Ben Penfold-Marwick joins them from Oz to discuss a comedy classic from our heroes, John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra: 7 more words

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Mega City Book Club - Episode 48: Fiends of the Eastern Front

Glen Lees returns to Mega City Book Club to discuss Fiends of the Eastern Front – a classic mash-up of war and horror comics from the early days of the prog. 25 more words

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No. 7 – Al's Baby

Carlos Ezquerra’s Al’s Baby cover for Judge Dredd: The Megazine Vol.1 #15 vs. Vanity Fair August 1991 cover featuring the iconic Annie Leibovitz photograph of a pregnant  9 more words

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Just a Pilgrim...passing through..doing the work of the Lord!

Gareth Ennis and Carlos Ezquerra have both helped create a slew of protagonist anti-hero figures in modern comic book history, so it was with some amount of glee that I opened the pages of Just a Pilgrim.   305 more words