First proper Dredd story I’ve ever reviewed and it is rad.
After Superman and Batman, probably the easiest comics character to drop into random crossovers is Judge Dredd. The Judge–an iconic British creation who officially patrols as judge, jury and executioner on the streets of the dystopian futurescape Mega-City One, for the unfamiliar–is a pretty basic character. He never removes his helmet, carries a ludicrous amount of guns and ammo and has a gigantic badge with his own name. He’s a hyperbolic caricature of militarized law enforcement taken completely seriously…well, most of the time.
Although IDW currently has the US rights to the character and have been reprinting the archives as well as publishing new comics, it’s Dark Horse who gives us the brand new Predator VS. Judge Dredd Vs. Aliens: Incubus and Other Stories hardcover, as they own the comics rights to the other two franchises. This collection brings together the 2003 miniseries Judge Dredd vs. Aliens: Incubus and the…
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