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Complete Judge Dredd in the Cursed Earth Paperback – 24 May 1994

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dredd's best history!! 12 Oct. 2004
By J. rivas - Published on
This is dredd in all glory!! megacity 2 is contaminated with a mortal virus that transform normal people in deranged cannibals before killing them, the airport is taken by the crazes, leaving only the land route as an only way to deliver the vaccine, but the cursed earth is between megacity one and megacity 2, Dredd must assemble a team to cross the cursed earth and save megacity 2, but this trip means travelling trough the devastation let by the nuclear war, a stretch of land that houses mutants, monsters, aliens,crazy robots, even dinosaurs, but this is dredd and he will make it!!

This story introduces you to the future world of judge dredd showing you everything along the way, if you want to know what dredd is all about, start with this one and be ready to be hooked on Dredd, perps!
Dredd-ful epic! 2 July 2010
By Kid Kyoto - Published on
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Ignore the premise, it makes no sense. In the post-apocalyptic future of Judge Dredd the population of America is divided between the east coast Mega City One, and the west coast's Mega City Two. Between them are the mutant-filled atomic wastes call the Cursed Earth. When a plague turns the people of Mega City Two in cannibal bezerkers Judge Dredd must cross the Cursed Earth with a supply of vaccine. Why can't they fly it over? Well the airports have fallen to plague men. Well they not paradrop it? Or land outside the city and walk over? Or just transmit how to make it? And why only send four men to guard the vaccine? And why does Dredd stop to fight robot vampires and Vegas gangsters while millions are dying and... and...

Never mind. It's not important. It's just an excuse to put Dredd in a Killdozer and send him out to fight dinosaurs, mutants, robots and whatever else Pat Mills throws at him. Cursed Earth was one of the first multipart Judge Dredd epics and, more than 30 years later, still holds up.

Legal issues mean this book cannot include some of the chapters like a war between Ronald McDonald and Burger King or an appearance of the Jolly Green Giant, but we still get a lot of cool Dredd stories. There's also a nice introduction explaining the role this story in Dredd's popularity. I still fondly remember my Killdozer/Land Raider toy.

It's a fun read and for me a nice bit of nostalgia.
"CURSED EARTH",FANTASTIC!!!!!!. 15 Feb. 2009
By Andrew Frame - Published on
If you are a fan off judge dredd, you wiil love this book, it has everything that makes dredd great.the art in this volume is excellent all the way thur,so is the story, it's too bad that two of the original stories that were published in england ,are not in here. but what makes this copy so special is it's size,27'cm x 23cm,so that the art is so big and bold, it jumps out at you!, these books were published by titan books and they are a wonder too hold in, one"s hands.
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