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Judge Anderson Death's Dark Dimension (2000 AD Presents)
Judge Anderson Death's Dark Dimension (2000 AD Presents)
by John Wagner
Edition: Paperback

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Judge Death Round Three, 8 Feb. 2003
Ding, ding, round three, seconds out. For the third time, Psi Judge Cassandra Anderson goes up against Judge Death, and the Four Dark Judges - Fear, Fire and Mortis. This looks great (well it would being drawn by Ewins and McCarthy), and you know that it's going to be a wild ride when you learn that it's written by Wagner and Grant. Whilst perhaps not reaching the heights of the either Judge Death or Judge Death Lives, although this is understandable given the fact that Death and his allies are now so well known that any shock value has been almost completely erased. This is still a great chapter in the history of the Dark Judges and a cracking read. Also, the collection is worth buying just to find out what happens to Hammy Blish, a demonically possessed child in hell. It was never like this in Superman! And remember lawbreakers, You cannot kill what doesss not live!


Vault Of Horror (1973) [VHS]
Vault Of Horror (1973) [VHS]
VHS

17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Terry Thomas, Curt Jurgens and Tom Baker-why not?, 6 Nov. 2000
This is one of the last anthology horror films made in Britain. It followed in the long legacy of other such classics as 'Doctor Terror's House of Horrors', 'Tales From the Crypt' and 'From Beyond the Grave'. However, this film still remains on of the best, with a great cast and some fun stories. Terry Thomas excells as usual, whilst Tom Baker turns in a deranged (in a good way!) performance as a modern artist. With a twist ending to boot as well, this flick is well worth a view.


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