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Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 07 (Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files + The Restricted Files+ The Daily Dredds #7)

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The Complete Case Files series is a chronological collection of all of Judge Dredd's adventures.

Another bumper crop of cases for Dredd in this action-packed volume, collecting together some of the very best in 2000 AD thrills! Stories include the full-blooded horror of Cry of The Werewolf, illustrated by comics legend Steve Dillon (Preacher) and the return of the fatties i
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Paperback, 368 pages
Published February 11th 2014 by 2000 AD (first published June 25th 1983)
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Adam Windsor
Jan 20, 2017 Adam Windsor rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Enjoyable collection of tales, on the whole, though without any "big ticket" arcs like the Apocalypse War.
The werewolf opener's probably the weakest entry in the book, with the 'Graveyard Shift' tale probably the best overall.
Nicola Mansfield
Apr 19, 2014 Nicola Mansfield rated it liked it
Covering Progs 322-375 this collection puts together the ongoing adventures of Judge Dredd from the pages of 2000AD during 1983/1984. Nothing stunning happens in this collection, no epic events but it still contains some good hours of reading. The most notable highlight is the introduction of Judge Anderson, and yet she only appears in one of several psi-cases. Approximately the first half of the collection contains multi-part issues with serious stories and great cases though as mentioned this ...more
Bryn Young-roberts
What a corker! It started off with an epic through the old underground New York (Futurama I'm looking at you) where Dredd is hunting some werewolves. Then we get back to strange stuff like a music composer obsessed with using weather for his performance (as usual, lots of people needlessly die). The oddity highlight of the book is probably Requiem For A Heavyweight, in which we see a man die from eating his own bed. We are then thrown into several stories which occur during The Graveyard Shift, ...more
Ted Wolf
Jun 21, 2014 Ted Wolf rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Strap on your knee pads for some great Judge Dredd action.

There are some longer stories including Cry of the Werewolf, Graveyard Shift, Rumble in the Jungle and Haunting of Sector House 9 all of which offer good adventure stories. Requiem for a Heavy Weight, Bob & Carol & Ted & Ringo and Citizen Snork are absurdist stories, but I only enjoyed Citizen Snork.

The shorter stories of one or two programs were really good and toward the end we meet Judge Drekker as she is being trained by J
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David Pain
Mar 23, 2014 David Pain rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Cracking. Possibly my favourite Case Files volume so far. No long epics, but plenty of varied thrills and ridiculous Mega-City goings on. Werewolves, rookie Judge Dekker, Dave the orangutan, dinosaurs, ludicrous crazes and masses of crime. I always think Dredd would make a perfect TV series and this collection would be a good blueprint: Take almost any regular urban situation and throw it into the extreme, tongue-in-cheek future of The Big Meg. Automatic greatness. Fab.
AJW
The unbilled co-star of Judge Dredd is Mega City One. This collection of short stories (no multi-prog epic in this collection) shines a spotlight on MC1 crazy charms. My favourite is when the citizens vote for Dave the Orangutan as he couldn't be any worse than the normal politicans that stand for office.
Erik Carl son
Sep 30, 2012 Erik Carl son rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This includes Steve Dillon's (Preacher) werewolf tale and showcases how much his art has changed. I've always enjoyed Dillon's horse face characters, but this shows that to be a stylistic approach. The arc called Graveyard Shift is a haunting night in MegaCity and shows just how cheap life in the Blocs can be.
Dan Weiss
Jul 18, 2015 Dan Weiss rated it really liked it
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some great stories in here. Same problems as the rest: some of the art and text are obscured by the gutters.
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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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