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Review - Judge Dredd Case Files 24 (2000AD)

Publisher: 2000AD/Rebellion
Script: John Wagner, Pat Mills, Alan Barnes, Dan Abnett, Mark Millar, Robbie Morrison
Art: Carlos Ezquerra, John Burns, Cliff Robinson, Steve Yeowell, Colin Macneill, Jason Brashill, Simon Davis, Dean Ormston… 438 more words


Review – Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection Book 3: The Apocalypse War

Publisher: Hachette/Rebellion
Script: John Wagner, Alan Grant
Art: Carlos Ezquerra, Mike McMahon, Ron Smith, Steve Dillon, Brian Bolland
Release Date: 18th February, 2015 525 more words


An Interview with Carlos Ezquerra

This the second interview that originally appeared in Dogbreath Issue 28, March 2014. You can read the first, An Interview with John Wagner.

Dogbreath is a Fanzine dedicated to Strontium Dog, created by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra for Starlord in 1978. 969 more words


Comic covers: 2000 AD Judge Dredd and Co.

British comic 2000 AD has always been a firm favourite since I was a kid. For me their titles have consistently provided a colourful and anarchic, black-humoured universe full of sharply-observed characters. 161 more words


SDCC 2015: First Special Guests Announced

San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) International has begun announcements of guests to come during their 2015 run (July 9-12). In addition to the first 5 guests, the SDCC website has also promised to reveal 5 new guests every Monday from now until April (with a week off for the Anaheim Wonder Con, of course)! 147 more words


Judge Dredd 32 (June 1986)

Dredd has his showdown with the surviving Angel brothers. It’s an oddly incomplete story just because Walter has a silent but important role and Wagner and Grant never get around to resolving it. 147 more words

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Judge Dredd 31 (May 1986)

Besides having some very odd angles from Ezqerra, this issue does pretty well. Even if Wagner and Grant have a really, really silly setup.

The Judge Child, across the galaxy, is able to control minds back on Earth. 137 more words

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