Jim Mooney comic
First issue of the Judge Dredd Megazine (volume five) and the first issue (since 1992) to use the original numbering.All new stories this issue except for the Thrill-Power Overload! article which continues from volume four (issue 18).
Bob's a down-and-out philosopher panhandling his way across the cosmos with his partner Buck Fifty. In this first issue, Bob and Buck are aboard a starship carrying Crown Prince Chazza of Gazza. Mayhem results when Khund pirates board the vessel, prompting Vril Dox of R.E.B.E.L.S., for reasons of his own, to send Lobo and Stealth into the thick of it.
In advance of IDW's coming ongoing series re-presenting the best Judge Dredd stories from the past with all-new coloring, this special FCBD release offers one of the most beloved Dredd stories of all time: the introduction of Judge Death, with all-new color! Plus: bonus "Walter the Wobot" strips appearing in color for the very first time, all beautifully illustrated by the brilliant Brian Bolland!
- Issue # Full (4 months ago)
After two issues Quality Comics restarted the series with an all-new Judge Dredd issue 1. This revamp lasted 7 issues before the company was sold to Fleetway who published the comic from issues 8-61. It was then retitled Judge Dredd Classics and lasted a final 16 issues.
In the far future Strontium-90 fallout has created a race of mutants, outcasts from society, despised by the "norms" and given only the dirtiest job - bounty hunting. Johnny Alpha is one such mutant, working for the Search/Destroy Agency, hunting down the criminals for the Galactic Crime Commission. When former US president Ronald Reagan is taken prisoner by a group of alien freedom fighters, Johnny reluctantly teams up with the bloodsucking femme fatale, Durham Red, to get him back. With ten million creds on the line, this job will be more difficult than most and Johnny Alpha will have to keep his x-ray eyes peeled on friend and enemy alike if he is to complete the job in one piece!
- Issue # TPB (4 months ago)
13-issue DC Comics series featuring all-new Judge Dredd stories by (mostly) the original British creators. This was a companion title for DCs other Judge Dredd comic which featured mostly American creators. Both series were released to coincide with the 1995 Judge Dredd movie.
Lobo enters the "Maim Game", an intergalactic death-match where contestants hope of winning top prizes, including an entire planet, but Lobo's just there for the fun of it.
Starring Johnny Alpha and Wulf Sternhammer, the series was written by John Wagner/Alan Grant and illustrated by Carlos Ezquerra. New covers were commissioned for this new North American series (published by Quality Comics).
This volume continues from issue 20 (volume 1), but restarts with a new issue one. The frequency also changes from monthly to fortnightly.
This epic future war tale comes, collected in its entirety for the first time, from the wild imagination of Peter Milligan (Shade the Changing Man), with stunning art by Brett Ewins (Johnny Nemo), Jim McCarthy (Bix Barton) and Steve Dillon (Preacher).
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
In the totalitarian future, Judge Dredd is the law. But for the Predator, the only law is the hunt. There's gonna be trouble down in Mega-City One... This is one fight you don't want to miss. Co-published with Fleetway.