Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01

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Featuring the writing talents of comic legends Pat Mills (Slaine) and John Wagner (A History of Violence), this volume also features the art of Ian Gibson (The Ballad of Halo Jones), Dave Gibbons (Watchmen) and Brian Bolland (Batman: The Killing Joke) amongst many other artists. It also shows just how far comics have come since the late 70's, although Brian Bolland's work is probably the begging of the more modern day feel. Far future lawman Judge Dredd has been a mainstay of the British comics scene for almost thirty years and now you can follow his earliest cases in this vast collection of graphic novels. We also get an introduction to evolved monkeys and mutants which give us a taster of this world and the satire which makes it so diesel.

For further information about your statutory rights, contact your local authority Trading Standards department or consumer advice centre (for example the Citizen's Advice Bureau if you are in the UK).I cannot engage with the main character, Judge Dredd, who I find to be a fascist and self-centered dude with a big ray gun. I had not ever read any stories that took place on the moon so this was all interesting for me and I have to say I enjoyed everything in this collection along with all the cheesiness involved in the early days of Dredd. Still, some of the satire is still biting like the fact the Statue of Liberty gets replaced by a bigger Statue of Justice.

So, this is a bit like the old SF stories where people would get into their space-car and eat space-biscuits for their space-lunch.Archie Goodwin, Gerry Conway, Mimi Gold, Allyn Brodsky, Mike Friedrich, Roy Thomas, Robert Kanigher, Gary Friedrich, Steve Gerber, Jim Starlin, Tom Orzechowski, Bill Mantlo, Len Wein, Roger Slifer, Jim Shooter, Herb Trimpe, Roger Stern, David Michelinie, Bob Layton, Peter John Palmer, Bill Everett, Dennis O'Neil, Roger McKenzie, Peter B. Still, most of the book is made of short stories, four to nine pages, in a monster-of-the-week format. Aunque no es una mala edición no me ha gustado el tamaño, creo que es demasiado pequeño y, a menudo, me costaba leer algunos de los textos más pequeños. The longer stories (the robot war and Dredd as Moon Marshall) were OK - but there were quite a lot od progs that were quite boring IMO. First, I had not realized Dredd started in the late '70s, I had thought it was early '80s, and this makes a difference in how the comic was presented.

It’s not so much bad as inexplicable since the strip going from proto-cyberpunk to saloons and gunfights on Luna is so bizarre that it defies description. The entire Soviet Union theme is also ever present and indicates that we are in for a lot more on that front. The original Judge Dredd Case Files go back to the 1970s in the early days of the satirical authoritarian protagonist who works in New York City and later Mega City One.He is judge, jury and executioner, a merciless far-future lawman delivering justice with an iron fist on the mean streets of Mega-City One.

If you want to sink your teeth into classic Judge Dredd, the best place to start - Mental Floss Amazing and addictive - io9 What a collection it will be when it's complete. I loved the character they introduced in the 2012 movie and I have read some great random Dredd comic strips (featuring Judge Death). It was amazing to a young impressionable boy who really didn't know what was out there and wonders I could find. Es también posible que el poco tamaño de la edición haga más difícil apreciar los detalles y cree más sensación de confusión de lo que los dibujantes realmente pretendían. The reason for the high praise for what is essentially a dated and simplistic comic strip - simple - my past.Indeed, Judge Dredd’s earliest adventures remain somewhat spotty with the creators having a long way to go until they reach the iconic status they will eventually reach across the pond. However, this being Dredd’s world, and Ennis’s take on Dredd being that he’s the hardest bastard that ever lived, the mutant bounty hunter plays second fiddle to the Mega-City One lawman. g. faking Dredd's death, complete with a huge funeral procession (which presumably cost the city a lot of money), just to lure out a thief. From the all-time classic Judge Child saga to the first appearance of legendary perp Chopper in Un-American Graffiti this collection is heaving with thrills and action-packed entertainment!

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