Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01

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Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01

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Perhaps the most popular 2000 AD artist of all time, Brian Bolland's clean-line style and meticulous attention to detail ensure that his artwork on strips including Dan Dare, Future Shocks, Judge Dredd and Walter the Wobot looks as fresh today as it did when first published. Anyway, I would recommend people start with one of the other stories as their first Judge Dredd tale. Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files 01 reprinted Judge Dredd stories which were originally published in 2000AD from Prog 02 to Prog 61, and were set in the years 2099 and 2100. Maggin, Tony Isabella, Tom DeFalco, Marv Wolfman, Roger Stern, Steve Leialoha, Marie Severin, Al Milgrom, Ralph Macchio, Peter David, Sal Buscema, Jim Mooney, Frank Miller, Mike Zeck, John Byrne, Rich Buckler, Ed Hannigan, Ron Frenz, Kerry Gammill, Tony Salmons, Rick Leonardi, Elliot S! Maggin, David Michelinie, John Byrne, Roger McKenzie, Jim Salicrup, Steven Grant, Doug Moench, Various, Harlan Ellison, Steve Gerber, Bill Mantlo, Al Milgrom, Peter David, Danny Fingeroth, Bob Harras, Kurt Busiek, Tom Field, Ron Marz, William Messner-Loebs, Jeph Loeb, Mark Waid, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Marie Severin, Gil Kane, John Buscema, Jerry Grandenetti, Sal Buscema, Dick Ayers, Sam Grainger, Herb Timpe, George Tuska, Keith Pollard, Jim Mooney, Frank Giacoia, Joe Staton, Mark Gruenwald, Greg Larocque, Alan Kupperberg, Bret Blevins, Mike Mignola, Steve Geiger, Dwayne Turner, Todd McFarlane, Jeff Purves, Alex Saviuk, Dan Reed, Dale Keown, Sam Keith, Angel Medina, Bill Jaaska, John Romita Sr.

For over three decades Judge Dredd has been one of the biggest stars of British comics, dispensing instance justice on the harsh streets of Mega-City One.

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A good deal of the humour at first comes from putting a straight-laced hard-boiled supercop into the type of patently ridiculous futuristic society typical of the more satirical strain of UK science-fiction, and having him act like the "straight man" to everything around him. Judge Dredd – the future lawman with the powers of judge, jury and executioner at his disposal – faces some of his most challenging cases yet in this fourth volume of his earliest adventures. Respecto al contenido, Dredd me gusta, pero el estilo de los dibujos de la época contenida en este volumen se me hacen confusos, sucios y abigarrados en exceso. We also get the first sense of one of the biggest problems Dredd always has - no reoccurring villains of note, because by nature Dredd is a cop at the height of his game and as such even long running foes like PJ Maybe eventually have to die at his hands.The artwork, as is often the case, is by a variety of artists: Ezquerra, Dean Ormston, Sean Philips and Peter Doherty. It can’t quite agree on what its tone is meant to be: bleakly dystopian, blackly humorous, over-the-top ridiculous, excitingly action-filled, or surrealist. However the Robot Revolution and Space Marshall story arcs were not nearly as interesting or as well drawn as the upcoming Volume 2's Cursed Earth and Judge Cal story arcs. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.

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