The character of Judge Dredd was designed to be satirical, depicting the ultimate draconian cop. Supplied, CC BY-ND Justin Matthews, Auckland University of Technology According to a recent study, the sixth leading cause of death for young men in the United States is the warranted and unwarranted use of police force. With the US presidentContinue reading The Conversation: Why it Matters when the Media invoke Judge Dredd
There’s rollicking adventure on all fronts this week in 2000 AD Prog 2152, an issue packed with peril for Judge Dredd and more, featuring a sizzling cover from Cliff RobinsonContinue reading Blazing into newsagents today to you – 2000 AD Prog 2152
The complete art for the first printed “Judge Dredd” strip from 2000 AD Prog 2, largely drawn by Mick McMahon – five pages in total – is one of the lots in the upcoming Heritage Auctions Comics, Comic Art and Animation Art auction in Dallas in November. Arriving in 2000 AD Prog 2 1977, Judge Dredd,Continue reading Art for first published “Judge Dredd” story in upcoming auction
With news stand sales of comics and magazines facing a number of challenges, despite the best efforts of their publishers, it’s no surprise they’re becoming even more determined to encourage readers to subscribe and that includes 2000AD publishers RebellionContinue reading 2000AD revamps subscription incentives offering badge, poster and more
This week’s 52-page 2000AD – Prog 2150 – is a “jump on board” issue, with all-new thrills throughout, an issue on sale this Wednesday in all good comic shops and newsagents (and digital platforms, too) that comes alongside release date announcements for some of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics titles next year, including The RiseContinue reading 2000AD Prog 2150 – Jump on Board this Wednesday!