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Product Details

  • Series: Judge Dredd (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: 2000 AD (April 12, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1907519777
  • ISBN-13: 978-1907519772
  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 7.3 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,990 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Featuring the writing talents of comic legends Pat Mills "Nemesis the Warlock" "ABC Warriors" "Sláine" and John Wagner "A History of Violence"
This volume also features the art of Brian Bolland "Batman: The Killing Joke" Ian Gibson "The Ballad of Halo Jones", Dave Gibbons "Watchmen" amongst others.

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It is a good pick up!
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This collection contains some great stories from early to middle period Dredd.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By riot_shark on January 19, 2013
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Coming off of the epic Volume 2 which contained two incredibly important storylines, The Cursed Earth & The Day The Law Died, Volume 3 features shorter, more self contained stories and a sense of reassurance that the writing staff is now viewing the comic as "old hat".

Contained in the volume are as follows:

Vienna- a story containing the biggest plot hole imaginable with Dredd's niece sired from the loins of his evil brother Rico. Obviously the writers forgot that all Judges, former or current, are celibate. This was later fixed with Rico having relations with one of the workers on the prison planet Titan.

City Block- introduces the concept of the towering, self-contained "Celebrity Named" apartment complexes.

Tales From Walter's Scrapbook- two really fantastic stories featuring everyone's favorite lisping wobot Walter as told by him to other robots at the laundromat.

The Forever Crimes- a "who dun it?" style strip about wealthy elderly people who are put in stasis to help preserve whatever precious moments they have left. This was also featured as a free online strip on 2000 AD's webpage for a time.

Father Earth- Mutant environmental extremists from The Cursed Earth seek to push Mega-City 1 onto the brink of extinction. One of the two "epics" in the volume.

The Guinea Pig That Changed the Law- Story revolving about experimentation on animals

Night Of The Fog- A strange series of murders has been taking place in District 6, really great twist ending

Battle For The Black Atlantic- Features the return of the sinister Soviet Judges of East Meg 1 in a plot gain control of Mega City 1 after their shameful defeat during the Luna-City Olympic Games (see Complete Case Files 01).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JT Lindroos on December 2, 2013
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Like any “complete collection” of comic books, there are some stinkers in the lot (which are mostly concentrated in the beginning of this book). But once you get past this lot, the rewards are plentiful.

Offbeat characters illustrated by cream of the early Judge Dredd artists and mostly written by John Wagner (of A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE fame), this volume kickstarts a multitude of story threads which would populate the pages of 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine for decades to come.

Oddball stories featuring anything from addictive candy to seed-grown aliens are littered liberally in between a massive mutant spider invasion, the future of televised ‘reality’ entertainment and the requisite dinosaurs-eating-people stories. As much fun as many of these escapades are, the true killer of the collection is the Bolland/Wagner collaboration, “Judge Death.”

The interdimensional Judge hits all of its marks with polished perfection. It’s utterly brilliantly drawn and designed, creepy, hilarious, and it also manages to hit some poignant notes amidst all the chaos. It introduces Judge Anderson of the PSI division (who would later get her own publication) and even calls back to an earlier one-shot story to come up with a clean resolution, giving in a nice treat to longtime fans.

It is long past high time that these affordable black-and-white collections are being released in the U.S. While the writing would continue to improve in leaps, the characters and the world they inhabit would become more defined, there is something intrinsically great about the kitchen sink approach in these early “progs.”

Do yourself a favor, citizen.

Condensed from my Euro Comics Roundup review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By thewizardofodd on October 13, 2013
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These Volumes are HUGE filled with short story upon short story. Arc upon arc of Old School Judge Dredd. Why are you interested in this volume? You want to learn about Dredd? You want to find out what the big deal is? You want some great Art and Great Storytelling? Well Check Check and Double Check. This Volume as well as the others in this series deliver BIG TIME. for the money you're going to get schooled front row in Mega City One for hours upon hours. You're going to see many of the best artists of the time periods renditions of on the Most Iconic characters in ALL of Comics. Stop thinking about it, and buy it.
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By Joshher117 on August 17, 2014
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Fun and interesting stories meant mostly for entertainment. If you're used to complex and deep stories, this collection isn't necessarily what your looking for. Still I would recommend to new Dredd fans, especially as it introduces one of his greatest villains, Judge Death. The picture is a bit misleading though because

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He isn't introduced until the very end and only briefly.
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By J.T. on May 21, 2014
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I had to give this one 4 stars because it was not as epic as Case Files 02. The Judge Cal story line is a must read though, and appearance of Judge Death make this one a must read for Dredd fans.
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By Marcus B. Nadler on January 14, 2014
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In the cursed earth where the mutants dwell, there is no law just a living hell!!! Dredd is awesome and if you disagree then you're wrong.
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By B-Goody on November 1, 2013
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This volume of stories are very different from the other case files. Most of these shorts are cheesy and sloppy. Such as "A Day In The Life Of Walter The Wobot", Addictive Candy" and "Trouble with Plasteen" Only a couple progs I liked being "The Black Plague" and "Judge Death". Dredd is a complete tool and A- hole in this volume. Putting people away for staying up late on New Years, enjoying Candy and playing video games. Not the hardcore Dredd seen in Vol 1 or 5. Fun to read but no real action or the Dredd from other volumes.
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