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Judge Dredd: The Complete America

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In Mega-City One, the Judges are the law -acting as judge, jury, and often executioner. But how do the citizens of Mega-City One really feel about a system where they are powerless? This classic, chilling look at the impact of the Judges, twisting and turning through both warm passion and cold betrayal, is finally back in print - and now includes the never-before-reprinted ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Titan Books (UK) (first published 1996)
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Nocheevo
Dec 19, 2007 Nocheevo rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: politicians
Shelves: comics, politics
Forget the Judge Dredd film, which was an abomination of the lowest order.

Judge Dredd is one of the longest running British comic characters from the magazine 2000AD. Set in a near future world in which the Earth has been badly damaged in nuclear war and much of the planet is wasteland with the majority of the population living in ‘mega-cities’ of monolithic tower blocks and sprawl. In such a densely populated city with high unemployment, the Judge system is used to keep crime in check. The Jud
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The first part of America may be the best comic I've read in a while, a complex and questioning story that focuses on the life's of two best friends in Mega City.
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John Wagner is a comics writer who was born in Pennsylvania in 1949 and moved to Scotland as a boy. Alongside Pat Mills, Wagner was responsible for revitalising British boys' comics in the 1970s, and has continued to be a leading light in British comics ever since. He is best known for his work on 2000 AD, for which he created Judge Dredd. He is noted for his taut, violent thrillers and his black ...more
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