on 4 July 2011
I fully agree with C. A. Poole from Wales: great volume, our ''old stony face'' Joe Dredd at a high point (for His age and Wagner's), competent drawing (even some Ezquerra art, at the very end), and a fine story, though not my favorite overall; IMHO it lacks a bit of character development of secondaries like Rico or Beeny, but Dredd's fine and we see again PJ Maybe-Mayor Ambrose, always a refreshing experience (if you survive it...).
In a nutshell, a very good volume for Dredd fans, though NOT for newbies (there's a lot of assumptions, you need to know some ''recent events'' of Dredd's universe)... but it's NOT hardcover, Amazon, it's a very good (glossy heavy paper) paperback edition!!
on 21 January 2014
This has blown me away,the writing and art were terrific , and the storyline ( like the other story about the revolt of the Mutant immigration into Meg City One ) is just wonderful -- I know its a cliche , but i COULDN'T put this down
( I even stopped playing world of tanks till it was finished - which lets you know how absorbed i was of the story told inside )