Lamal's story ends, Blood-Prow is named, today's teacher is... Dredd! Alpha and Sternhammer meet.
In 1984, forty-two Judge Dredd stories were published in a major national newspaper. This is their tale.
Judge Dredd looks a bit green around the gills in this portrait while the almost full-length pic of the lawman does a jazz hand while firing in this Carlos Ezquerra cover. Meanwhile a ruddy Mega-Cityscape merges in to big Dredd-head's helmet. On the other side of the front cover, Carlos Ezquerra is back to present … Continue reading Judge Dredd Annual 1985: He is the law in Mega-City!
Alan Davis is back on the cover (first time since Harry 20) heralding the first of a D.R. & Quinch series. For no reason I can work out, I hadn't bought any weekly progs since Prog 342. I've said on a few occasions that I had a 'first prog'. My first first prog was 308, … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 350: Tharg’s 1984 calendar! Part One This Prog! D.R. & Quinch Go Straight! New Thrill!
For the first time in over a year, Tharg presents a wrap-around cover - and assuming the last one was a Stainless Steel Rat one then it's the same cover artist back again with Carlos showing Dredd facing off against some faces from his past - namely Murd the Opressor, The Lawgiver (the person from … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 281: One of Dredd’s old enemies returns… but which one?
This is one of the most classic covers from Ron Smith - by the time I first saw this back prog I'd probably have already met Otto Sump. If not from the Eagle Comics reprint, then from the Smart Sweets story. In my personal mythology a back prog is one of those prog which was … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 280: “It’s tasty!” GUNGE
Somebody really liked Sam Slade for there's yet another Ian Gibson cover featuring Robo-Hunter this prog, as he's about to get pummelled by the fists-attached-to-walking-boxes at Imperial Robotics. Tharg's Nerve Centre is interrupted by a Dreddflash as Zragian sabotage has led to this week's Apocalypse War episode being delayed (so there's going to be a … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 268: Heavy metal attack! BLAM! BLAM! CRAASSH!
We actually got a warning that Walter would be returning last prog, and here he is on the cover by Ian Gibson (or is that Emberton?) Flipping forward to the Dredd tale's credit card - yes, it's Emberton this time. Strontium Dog: The Doc Quince Case Part 2 by Alan Grant and Ezquerra. The lynching … Continue reading 2000AD Prog 191: “Pop one rivet and you’re dead, creep!” “Hooway! Judge Dwedd!”