Dredd's most feared enemy has to be Judge Death (a warped
ghoul from a parallel version of Earth where life itself is
a crime) and it is great to see some of the earliest Death
stories brought to life once again in this well thought out
hardback collector's edition.
my age now, but I actually remember some of these stories
from when they originally ran in 2000 AD. Dredd was
actually created in 1977 by John Wagner and artist Carlos
Ezquerra and the stories contained in this collection range
from 1978 to 1981.
collection is a Dredd freak's dream and, although the stories
are reprinted in their original black and white style, to
add colour to such works of art would detract from some of
the darkness that only B&W can offer.
Anderson also makes her first appearance in the first story
to feature Judge Death and boy - what a cliffhanger this was
when it was presented in 2000 AD. But
when Death returned in later episodes he was joined by his
departed brothers - Fire, Mortis and Fear - and this band
of demons really made sure that Dredd's work was cut out for
him - I always thought it was such a shame that the Judge
Dredd movie was such a flop - a sequel starring the four
alternative universe judges would have been such a great idea.
Dredd fans must purchase this! It is one of the best collections
out there and Titan should be proud of releasing such a well
thought out and carefully crafted work of art - even the cover
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