The latest issue of Judge Dredd Megazine (Issue 379), on sale Wedneday (21st December 2016) comes wrapped in a stunning Juge Anderson cover by Alex Ronald and comes with a bagged reprint of “Sinister Dexter – Life Is An Open Casket”.
Available from all good newsagents the issue includes:
Judge Dredd: Psicho by Peter Milligan (Writer) Jake Lynch (Artist) Tiernen Trevallion (Colourist) Annie Parkhouse (Letterer)
The Psychic Slasher’s return means Dredd must seek the help of former Psi-Judge Havers…
Blunt by TC Eglington (Writer) Boo Cook (Artist) Simon Bowland (Letterer)
The Mega-City One colony Getri-1, 2138 AD. On this remote outpost, Earth colonists have been attempting to make a new home on the planet, cataloguing and exploring its unusual flora and fauna. When one of their shuttles crashed in the Argossa Wilds, half-human, half-Uplift tracker Blunt led a rescue party – now the survivors are fighting for their lives…
Angelic: Home is The Hunter by Gordon Rennie (Writer) Lee Carter (Artist) Simon Bowland (Letterer)
The Texas City Radlands, 2075. He emerged out of the desolate wastelands without a name or able to remember much of his past. Injured, clearly fleeing from individuals who want to do him harm, all he could do was mouth the word ‘Angel’. Now, escaping his former life, Angel is making a home in the Cursed Earth with his adopted son Linc – but the boy has been kidnapped…
Anderson: Judgement Call by Alec Worley (Writer) Paul Davidson (Artist) Len O’Grady (Colourist) Ellie De Ville (Letterer)
Mega-City One, the cusp of the twenty-second century. Eight hundred million people are living in the ruin of the old world, a planet devastated by atomic war. Only one thing fighting for order in a metropolis teetering on the brink of chaos – the men and women of the Hall of Justice. Judge Anderson is still coming to terms with her experiences in Peach Trees and the reality of being psychic…
Now that Rebellion’s acquired a vast library of British titles from Egmont, editor Matt Smith confirms we’re going to see even more vintage material resurrected in his editorial for the issue – a lot of it reprinted for the first time since original publication.
As we exclusively previously reported, the first book to be released since the deal went through will be John Wagner and John Cooper’s tough New York cop thriller One-Eyed Jack from Valiant and, later, Battle, out next July, and there’ll be plenty more to follow.
With that spirit of 1976 in the air, this issues features include a look at the story behind 2000AD’s controversial predecessor Action from Stephen Jewell takes (a companion piece to his feature on that other late, lamented anthology of the decade, Misty, over in 2000AD Prog 2011), while Karl Stock peers below the ocean’s surface to witness the return of Hook Jaw, in the new mini-series by Si Spurrier and Conor Boyle, published by Titan Comics, with Issue One also on sale on Wednesday.
• Available in print from UK newsagents and all good comic book shops via Diamond. Available in digital from: 2000 AD webshop, 2000 AD iPad app, 2000 AD Android app, 2000 AD Windows 10 app
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Judge Dredd Megazine, 2000AD © 2016 Rebellion
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