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Judge Dredd: v. 23: The Complete Case Files Paperback – 14 Aug 2014

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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: 2000 AD Graphic Novels; 01 edition (14 Aug. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1781082529
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781082522
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 1.5 x 26.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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Back on form for Dredd again, with some great stories (mainly short, but the odd medium length ones). "Goodnight Kiss" fetches back the Marshals, while "Megalot" and "Language Barrier" are two great shorts - one is about a winner of the Mega City lottery and the other about tourists with a faulty translation app. Both are approached with the dry humour and violence level that is the norm.

Other stories include the return of Rico (again?!!?) and you also have the return of the Angels and Death himself making a quick pit stop. Interesting "discussion" with Dredd and the Chief Judge in "The Decision". You'd not see that in the McGruder days - different and I liked it.

Art is a mixed bag as usual, but nothing that I didn't really like - as for the writing, 13 of the 15 stories are by John Wagner, so can't find a fault there.

The cover gallery contains a couple of nice covers - including one of Stallone as Dredd. I'd almost forgotten about that film!!

Best of the Case Files for a long time and a return to form for Mega City
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After Case Files 22’s rather lacklustre performance, this newest volume of Judge Dredd’s adventures takes a pretty dramatic upswing in quality. We kick off with ‘Goodnight Kiss’, a rare return appearance by Garth Ennis, who’s only written two other Dredd stories since. This isn’t the pinnacle of Ennis’s work on Dredd (that’s the superb ‘Monkey On My Back’ from 2003) but it’s pretty darn close. Tying together several threads from Ennis’s earlier tales, this nine-parter sees Dredd fall foul of both assassin Jonni Kiss and the Cursed Earth’s Brotherhood of Marshals. As ever, Dredd’s defining characteristic under Ennis is his sheer toughness, but the writer also takes us on a memorable trip into Dredd’s psyche with a hallucinatory sequence making great use of both Kraken and The Dead Man. There’s an attention to detail and continuity in ‘Goodnight Kiss’ that is much appreciated in the wake of the ludicrous Millar / Morrison days – the sequence where Dredd disarms a colleague’s lawgiver feels particularly authentic, as does the much-lauded episode in which he tracks a foe to a mutant schoolhouse. True, Nick Percival’s fully-painted art isn’t really my cup of tea, but it’s not a deal-breaker, and it’s certainly atmospheric enough. Great story.

Following this, John Wagner is back with a series of solid one-offs, some comedic, others laying groundwork for ‘The Pit’. These days, it’s quite rare to see Carlos Ezquerra brought out for anything less than an epic, so it feels a bit of a welcome novelty to see him on several shorter stories here. In the midst of this run of Wagner gold is something of an oddity – Pat Mills and Paul Johnson retelling ‘The Return of Rico’ from prog 30.
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Good mix of stories at a great price, paid just over a fiver,but the Dredd-Rico tale again?Hmmm.Don't usually do the Kindle versions, but made an interesting change to read on an Ipad and the Ezquerra artwork wins the day again.Recommended.
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Great story and art of Jonni Kiss and some good shorts... however the second half loses its way badly. Buy the Good Night Kiss novel instead
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More tales from dredd and mega. City one
Art work varies from artist to artist on the whole very. Good
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Excellent story with the marshals and then a good selection of shorter stories. Enjoyable.
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Who can better the Judge? brilliant!!!
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