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The Batman/Judge Dredd Collection (2000 Ad) Paperback – 16 Jan 2014

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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: 2000 AD Graphic Novels (16 Jan. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1781082251
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781082256
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 1.2 x 25.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,661 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Alan Grant first entered the comics industry in 1967, writing and editing a variety of British comics. In the late 1980s with writing partner John Wagner, Grant moved into the American comic market with their first title, the 12-issue miniseries called OUTCASTS for DC Comics. It paved the way for Grant to write Batman in DETECTIVE COMICS, and he became one of the main Batman writers through the late 1990s. He has also written LOBO, L.E.G.I.O.N. and THE DEMON for DC.

John Wagner is, to many fans, the very heart of "2000 AD." Involved from the earliest days of the Galaxy s Greatest Comic, he co-created "Judge Dredd," as well as "Strontium Dog," "Robo-Hunter" and a host of other "2000 AD "mainstays, including the critically acclaimed "Button Man."
Incredibly prolific throughout his career, and writing under a diversity of pen names often in concert with Alan Grant, with whom he devised and developed "2000 AD" s sister comic, "Judge Dredd: The Megazine" Wagner has worked extensively beyond the Thargian universe, originating and editing a number of British periodicals as well as writing many American standards, including BATMAN, LOBO, "The Punisher" and "Star Wars" bounty hunter "Boba Fett." His Paradox Press graphic novel A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE (illustrated by Vince Locke) was adapted into a critically acclaimed film by director David Cronenberg in 2005.
" --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


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By S P Mead TOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 July 2016
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This is a collection of Batman / Judge Dredd cross-over stories, which were originally published in the 1990's. These tales are action-packed, intense and violent. The Dark Knight and the ultimate 'street judge' of Mega-City One don't exactly get along ... Dredd considers Batman to be an outlaw vigilante, and is quite prepared to judge the Caped Crusader. But Batman's not so easily beaten. And the two of them must team-up to stop the Riddler and The Joker, as well as battle extradimensional gladiators.

If you're a fan of both characters, you should love this trade-paperback collection. It features fantastic art by several illustrators, including John Dell, Val Semeiks, Jim Murray, Glenn Fabry, Carl Critchlow, Cam Kennedy, and Simon Bisley. And the four stories are written by John Wagner and Alan Grant.
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Dredd in Gotham was the first graphic novel I bought and I loved it,so I was really pleased that all the dredd and batman were in one book,it's a great read,great art work and all the stories are very good.just wish there were more dredd/batman stories with the scarecrow in.
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Phenomenal art, packed with detail and colour. Dark twisted humour throughout, really entertaining. Deserves to be printed on a larger format to be able to really appreciate the artwork in my opinion. But this version has very good print quality and nice glossy pages. For the money its a bargain.
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I really enjoy both reading both Batman and Judge Dredd but put them together and for me it doesn't work! I think these were produced in the Nineties, when 2000AD was in a bit of a rut and it shows. If you like both characters then give this a go out of curiosity but it doesn't tick many boxes!
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This is absolutely tremendous. I'd read all the Batman/Dredd crossovers besides Die Laughing back in the day, so was really keen to get a hold of that. Having them all in one lovely book is a real treat, especially as the stories and artwork are so good. Like the Dredd/Aliens crossover, these are really successful, making for great Batman stories as much as they do Dredd stories, I loved it. The Lobo/Dredd crossover that's pegged on the end really wasn't my cup of tea, but it's a bonus so can't complain
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Judge Dredd and Batman ! both superheroes for those who dont like superheroes and in a fantastic collection to boot!
Dredd has never really broke the us market but cross over stories like this help raise his profile and always do it well! so far we've had dredd/batman,dredd/predator,dredd /aliens and dredd/lobo. and none feel wrong because dredds world is so diverse anything goes!
This volume collects all 4 batman /dredd strips released by dc comics and with john wagner on board triumph on all levels
in the first batman ends up in mega city one and makes friends with dredd (not really) after a bit of a to do bats and anderson end up back in gotham trying to stop judge death from wreaking his own brand of mayhem there...
Death suffers a bit from the almost comedic way he can be potrayed in this tale,not helped by simon bisleys good but ultimately cartoonish artwork .
Next are two almost throwaway tales one sees dredd as drwan by cam kennedy travell to gotham to pick a fight to keep him from doing something else that could affect dredds world (look just buy the damn thing willya?) the other is a riddler tale putting dredd and batman in a hunt with aliens and killers, batman being the quarry!
The fourth story is by far my fave,death and his three brothers in arms get a fith member in the form of joker by way of a malfunctioning dimension belt they infiltrate a city block that has chosen to seal itself in and live a hedonistic life away from the judges this naturally goes wrong and they find their paradise swiftly turn to hell...
with stunnin artwork throughout (jason brashill and jim murray's being my highlights) the tale arrives to a satisfying conclusion of the lawman and vigilantes team ups ...
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Great Artwork, Great Story, Dredd AND Batman! what more can you ask for ?
Dredd highlights Batmans almost passive aproach to dealing with lawbreakers elevating his
already flawless aproach.Its great to see Dredds uncompromising methods questioned.
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If you wanna see the greatest comic-book character ever created beating the tar out of the batman then you'll love this collection,the lobo special was a nice little extra addition to the volume as well.
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