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Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 15 (Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files) Kindle Edition
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- Book 15 of 24 in Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files (24 Book Series)
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Anyway, without worrying further about what's not in it, what do Progs 700-735 and Megs 1.01 - 1.10 have in store? Well, to start with, we have the aftermath of Necropolis. In all honesty, brilliant as `Necropolis' was (and it remains my favourite Dredd story), there was room for it to have a much greater long-term impact on Mega-City One than it did, an area where `The Apocalypse War' still reigns supreme in the `nothing will ever be the same again' stakes.Read more ›
I don't know why I started collecting these Case Files, as I never was really was a fan to begin with. But they give me alot of satisfaction and the craziness of it all is right up my alley, especially the earlier books.
Then something happend and I feel that all of the aburd, hillariously black humour and whitty satire flew the coup.
I still enjoy reading the case files but there is something missing - could it be perhaps the lack of a threating cold war and the general feel that comics should assume a more dark and serious tone a la The Dark Knight Returns or Watchmen.
Another thing that bothered me is that the Tale of A Dead Man was missing in the prelude to Necropolis and, disapointingly, the America story line is also absent.
I know these are in fact available as stand-alones but I'm a little put of that these books are actually NOT as complete as I had hoped.
While still fun to read I can't help but miss the good old stories. Harsh but funny. As for the art, there just isn't the same level of detail any more as it was in the early books with artists such as McMahon and Bolland, both on par being my favourite artist. Well, at least there are still a few Cam Kennedy stories...
A great offering for the reader and something that fans the world over are just going to love as they escape our world to that of Dredd's for a few hours.
2000ad art work varies. From artist to artist by on the whole very good
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I enjoyed every single volume of these so far, don't waste time just plunge in.Published 18 months ago by Sergei Dragovitch
top notch art work printed on high quality paper make this one hell of a read, we have left 2000ad behind now and are into the dredd magazine era, the art work is more adult now... Read morePublished on 6 Jun. 2010 by P. barton
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