It seems like a simple assignment for Judge Dredd; extradite
safecracker Bax Philo from Brit-Cit and return him by train
to Mega-City One. But someone on board the Silver Sixty Express
is looking for revenge, and when a group of armed terrorists
take over the Zoom Train, it's up to Dredd to stop a threat
that could wipe out millions of lives - the clock is ticking,
and things are about to go off the rails...
Big Finish's 2000AD series with the same high production values
as we have come to expect from a relatively new series. But
it just doesn't grip as well as previous offerings.
of US series 24 will find one of Dredd's quotes extremely
amusing, but other than this the humour is a little on the
weak side. Some will argue (quite rightly) that this is the
beauty of the series - one production is played entirely for
laughs while the next concentrates more on the drama.
would have made a passable short inclusion into another Dredd
story, but the action seems to drag and by the end I was having
problems keeping tuned into the proceedings.
you are new to the series, then this is not one to get you
hooked and if you have been following the stories as they
are released then you may be disappointed by this mediocre
offering, especially when previously this has been a consistently
high quality series.
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