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Judge Anderson: The Psi Files (Rebellion 2000ad) [Paperback]

John Wagner
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15 Dec 2009 Rebellion 2000ad
Cassandra Anderson is a member of Psi-Division, the psychic section of the Justice Department. A precognitive telepath and empath, she can detect crimes before they are even committed! In this bumper volume, containing over 300 pages of thrills and bonus material, Anderson faces some of her toughest cases - and finds out that it really isn't all in the mind!

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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: REBELLION/2000AD (15 Dec 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906735220
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906735227
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 25.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,179 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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John Wagner is, to many fans, the very heart of the renowned comic 2000 AD. Involved from the earliest days of the comic in 1977, he co-created Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, as well as a whole cast of other memorable characters. Wagner has worked extensively beyond the Thargian universe, originating and editing a number of British periodicals as well as writing many American standards. His Paradox Press graphic novel A History of Violence was made into a major film from director David Cronenberg.

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Since his Future Shock debut in Prog 37, Brett Ewins has been one of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic's most beloved artists. Co-creator of the classic Bad Company, Ewins has also contributed to A.B.C. Warriors, Daily Star Dredd, Judge Anderson, Judge Dredd, Kelly, Mega-City One, Rogue Trooper, Ro-Jaws' Robo-Tales andUniversal Soldier. Beyond 2000 AD, Ewins was a co-founding editor of Deadline magazine, and co-pencilled and inked the hugely acclaimed Skreemer series, which he co-created with writer Peter Milligan. He also created Johnny Nemo, which is now enjoying great success in Cyberosia Publishing's new US edition. Cliff Robinson is one of 2000 AD's longest-serving artists, having made his debut with a Future Shock way back in Prog 362! Since then, he has co-created Mother Earth, and illustrated numerous Judge Dredd strips, as well as Future Shocks, Judge Anderson, Pulp Sci-Fi, Vector 13 and Venus Bluegenes. Aside from his own co-created Bad City Blue, Robin Smith has illustrated Future Shocks, Judge Dredd, Mean Machine, One-Offs, Rogue Trooper, Strontium Dog, Tharg the Mighty and Time Twisters. He is also the illustrator of Paradox Press' Green Candles, and is co-creator of The Bogie Man with John Wagner and Alan Grant. Barry Kitson is a fan-favourite 2000 AD artist, whose pencils have graced Judge Anderson, Tharg's Future Shocks, and Judge Dredd's appearances in both the Daily Star and in the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, where Kitson co-created the deadly martial artist Stan Lee! Kitson has worked for a wide range of non-2000 AD publishers, including stints on Batman, Captain Britain, JLA, L.E.G.I.O.N., Superman, Titans and Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four Jeff Anderson has illustrated Judge Dredd, One-Offs and Tharg's Future Shocks for 2000 AD. Will Simpson is the co-creator of Universal Soldier, and co-penciller of the classic Judge Dredd story 'The Dead Man' and painter of the hugely popular Rogue Trooper story 'The War Machine'. He has also illustrated Future Shocks, Judge Anderson, Tales of Mega-City One, Tyranny Rex, Venus Bluegenes and Witchworld. Simpson's work beyond 2000 AD includes Aliens, Animal Man, Batman, Hellblazer, and his co-created Vamps series at DC/Vertigo. He is currently working on film and animation artwork and storyboards via his own company, Rogue Rocket. P. Mark Farmer has illustrated several Future Shocks, plus Judge Anderson and Slaine stories, as well as providing spot illustrations for D. R. & Quinch's Agony Page. Beyond 2000 AD, he has illustrated Marvel's Excalibur and The Incredible Hulk. Artist Mick Austin is perhaps better known for his acclaimed book jacket illustrations rather than for his comics work. However, in addition to assorted covers and pin-ups, he has contributed to several 2000 AD series -- Future Shocks, Indigo Prime, Judge Anderson, Judge Dredd, Tales of the Doghouse, Terror Tales, Urban Strike and Vector 13. He was also the artist behind the controversial 'Judge Corey' story in 2000 AD Sci-Fi Special 1989, featuring the titular Judge's suicide. David Roach stormed on to the 2000 AD scene with Book 8 of Nemesis the Warlock, before going on to illustrate Judge Anderson, Judge Dredd, Killer, Past Imperfect and Synammon as well as providing the inks for Killer and Rogue Trooper. Outside of 2000 AD he has worked on various titles including Batman, Star Wars, Star Trek and Aliens. He has also provided hundreds of illustrations for Wizards of The Coast's classic RPG Dungeons & Dragons. Arthur Ranson has long been one of 2000 AD's most popular artists; having made his initial impact working on Judge Anderson, he teamed up with John Wagner to create the highly acclaimed Button Man series, and later with Alan Grant for Mazeworld. He has also co-created the character of pyrokinetic Mega-City One citizen Juliet November, and illustrated both Judge Dredd and several Future Shocks. Ranson's most recent non-2000 AD work has been for Marvel Comics, on X-Factor , X-Treme X-Men X-Pose and Soldier X. As co-creator of Judge Dredd Carlos Ezquerra designed the classic original costume as well as visually conceptualising Mega-City One. He also co-created Strontium Dog. He has also illustrated A.B.C. Warriors, Judge Anderson, Tharg the Mighty, Al's Baby and Cursed Eath Koburn amongst many others. Outside of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, Ezquerra first illustrated Third World War in Crisis magazine, and has since become a regular collaborator with Garth Ennis, working on Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, Bloody Mary, Just a Pilgrim, Condors and The Magnificent Kevin. He also pencilled two special Preacher episodes. Kim Raymond has illustrated Future Shocks, Judge Anderson, Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog and Time Twisters.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars About time! 2 Jan 2010
I've waited on this for years, ever since Complete Judge Dredd vol.1 - some classic stories, some of which explore more "grown up" topics that you wouldn't expect from a comic strip. "The Wolf" stands out as the best story included, if only for Barry Kitson's early work. Also, Brett Ewin's work on "The Possessed" is sterling.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Mega City PSI 8 Dec 2009
Great read, don't think that it is the same Dredd stories reprinted, they are purely devoted to her and gives a great insight to Anderson in her own adventures. Still in B/W but I expect that as the case files evolve or continue it will go to colour. Unlike the early Dredd, the graphics are fantastic the whole way through. If you are a collector of the 2000ad complete files this is to be a must. The lighter humor/sassiness of Anderson is a nice change in pace as well. At 384 pages, great value for money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An under rated British comic book character 4 Feb 2012
By JimmyG
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Ahh. Cassandra once more back in my life. I used to read 200AD many many many years ago when it first came out and even Starlord before that. I was browsing Amazon one day and just by chance I put in Judge Dredd and on scrolling through the list there she was, just like allways waiting in the wings. So what can i say. Judge Anderson stories are different to the Dredd stories, she is a PSI and so the other Judges cut them some slack. They battle the other worldly creatures that attack Mega City 1 and this anthology starts off with a Judge Death tale, only pity is is it isnt the first time Anderson has faced Death and so newcomers to her tales may be a little baffled. Apart from that its a weighty tomb full of first class tales no epics like stoney face has just some quick fun reads.

I for one forgot how much I enjoyed 2000AD and will be buying more from the comic, even if the wife and grandchildren give me strange looks. Zarjazzz!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Grud on a Greenie! 1 Jan 2014
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Anderson was always my favourite character within 2000AD. Her psychic nature lent something of an occultic vibe to her stories and yet, at heart, she was portrayed as a very real and vulnerable young woman, hiding her self-doubting nature behind the thinly veiled front of an old-school noir dame. The contrast worked very well making Anderson a more rounded character, perhaps, than ol' Dredd, bringing a lot more humanity and frailty to the fore.

Volume 1 of the PSI Files collects the earlier stories of Judge Anderson published mainly in 2000AD magazine and annuals from around 1983 to 1990. They are pretty much entirely written by 2000AD veteran Alan Grant and remain, even to this day, some of the grittiest comic book writing you'll find in a newsstand publication. Villains include the insatiable mass-murderer, Judge Death, with subject matter ranging from suicide to child abuse all given prominent airtime.

For fans of Anderson, this is an essential purchase. The format is taller than most graphic novels to emulate the dimensions of the weekly prog, so you're getting the stories pretty much as they would have been originally presented. For newbies, this is a great entry point for Anderson; although not her first appearance within the mag, per se, it does represent her first solo-appearance, and so any back story you need is all covered in full.

This is a highly recommended GN. Great stories and a variety of artwork, albeit black and white within the earlier strips. But at over 300 pages long, you're still getting a lot of bang for your buck.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Essential Mega City reading. 28 Mar 2011
I know people who have purchased The Judge Dredd Case Files and yet for some reason have steered clear of Mega City One's favourite blonde. However these people are missing out as Judge Anderson's stories are part of the same developing setting. If you are collecting the JD case files then you really must also get this book.

This volume includes substantial development of the character of Orlok the Sov-City assassin. Last seen in JD Case Files 5 (Block-Mania) to be serving life in the cubes. His escape and subsequent plots against Mega-City One are directly referenced in later Dredd stories so make no mistake this is a piece of definitive JD material. The Dark Judges also have an outing.

Even forgetting this , the stories are themselves excellently presented with a more creepy, supernatural feel than your standard Dredd strip. Additionally Anderson's flippant, light-hearted and caring attitude is a radical contrast to Old Stony Face.

The volume size is generous - comparable with the larger of the Dredd collections.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars now I know how the world works 5 Jun 2001
Anderson Psy team works on making a world a better place. Oh, and first of all they have to save it. Beautiful, beautiful art compliments a story, which is able to satisfy all strands of secret-society addicts. I managed to use it once as an argument in classical Slavonic "intellectual" midnight discussion! If you ever thought that "Everything is not that simple!" - this book is for you.
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