Judge Death (Chronicles of Judge Dredd) Paperback – 1 Jun 1983
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About the Author
Writer: John Wagner
Artists: Pete Doherty, Frazer Irving, Andy Clarke, Dean Ormston, Alex Ronald --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Caveat emptor: don't read it all in one sitting, as I foolishly did, or the psychic contamination will leave you feeling decidedly un-zarjaz and prone to musing on the futility of existence.
Anyway, nerdy grumbles aside, the cover is great, the stories and art are incredible, and the printing and paper are fine. If you've never seen these stories you're in for a treat. I've never seen comic art as insanely perfect- it's like the the artist actually had the Dark Judges modelling for him. Mental.
of dredds enemys judge death stands out the most
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That's a pretty simple concept that has kept death popular for decades. Is it really a concept that needs an origin story?
Well now we have one. It's not great, rather by the numbers but very well told. With Death getting a lot of great lines as a fearful reporter interviews him.
After the origin, most of the rest of the book features black and white stories with Death roaming the cursed earth. "I am looking for weaponsss of massss dessstruction to bringgg about the annihiliation of the human raccce".
There's a suitably apocalyptic ending, perhaps too apocalyptic since an interesting setting is destroyed for shock value.
It's an interesting enough book, not profound or great, but good enough.