Judge Dredd: Pre-Emptive Revenge (2000AD Audio, #16)
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Judge Dredd: Pre-Emptive Revenge (2000 AD Audio #16)

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2114. Judgement Day Plus One. Billions of human beings and former human beings have perished in a nuclear holocaust that destroyed the zombie menace of Sabbat the Necromagus. In China's dangerous Radlands of Ji, Judge Dredd must begin the long walk home. All he has is a short-range radio, a chip on his shoulder, and a very reluctant travelling companion called Johnny Alpha...more
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Published October 1st 2004 by Big Finish Productions
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Wendy
This story very much begins in medias res - Judge Dredd and Johnny Alpha have just saved the world from a zombie menace, and exactly what that zombie menace was and how Dredd and Alpha came to team up is left for the listener to deduce. I did find myself wondering if this audio references continuity that I'm expected to be aware of from a previous audio or from the comic, although ultimately, I was able to piece together quite enough to enjoy the story.

And it's a very enjoyable story. The highl...more
Timo
One of the best 2000AD audios I have listened to.
Simon Pegg as Strontium Dog is more than brilliant and he really should do more audio stuff as he really has a voice for it.
Witty and exciting story and the banter between Dredd and Dog works like a fucking charmer.
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