The Names Dredd, Judge Dredd

Coming this Christmas is what looks like a great story from The Judge Dredd Magazine. The art work is beautiful and the concept is great, 4 actors who all played the same super spy who bares a resemblance to a curtain MI:6 agent we all know and love get trapped and killed off one but one in some elaborate traps.

Well i’m sold!


Judge Dredd bonds with some familiar faces in

The Judge Dredd Megazine, issue 305

On sale 8th December 2010 – £5.49

In Mega-City One, there’s a franchise of films featuring suave super-spy John Blaze. Their popularity has now waned, but the films are still show ad nauseum on Channel Fifteen, usually on Boxing Day to a post-Xmas captive audience. The actors who all played Blaze – Shaun Schcott, Roger Routinely, Remington Pearson and Don Cragg – still meet up and watch marathon screenings together. When they receive an invite for a filmed reunion at a mysterious mansion, they jump at the chance – but all is not as it seems, and someone is out to bump off all the John Blazes in increasingly elaborate ways…

From writer Al Ewing (Judge Dredd, Zombo) and artist Liam Sharp (A.B.C. Warriors, Spiderman, Batman, Spawn: the Dark Ages), the Judge Dredd Megazine has a licence to thrill the winter blues away!

About 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine

2000 AD is Britain’s cult sci-fi weekly comic which has been at the cutting edge of contemporary pop culture since 1977. It’s a multi-award winning sci-fi anthology featuring Imaginative, hard-hitting stories and eye-popping art, which have made 2000 AD essential reading. Together with monthly sister title, The Judge Dredd Megazine, which was launched in 1990  , these publications have produced some of the biggest names working in the comics industry today, including Alan Moore, Brian Bolland, Kevin O’Neill, Charlie Adlard and Mark Millar.

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GS Reporter: Matt

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One comment

  1. Andy /

    I have the original 1 of 1 pre script art of the judge dredd at the top of this thread! ( the one with green goblin clothed enemies)! the bottom half ( not shows is equally as amazing!

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