2000 AD Prog 2300 and Judge Dredd Megazine #448 combine into one storyline from a host of top and new talent.
Riffing off Garth Ennis’ 1990s Judge Dredd mega-epic ‘Judgement Day’, the myriad of worlds from 45 years of 2000 AD collide in multiple stories featuring legendary characters, all brought to (un)life by Ken Niemand, Henry Flint, Mike Carroll, Gary Erskine, Emma Beeby, Neil Googe, Karl Stock, Kieran McKeown, Dan Abnett, Russell M. Olson, Ian Edginton, D’Israeli, Arthur Wyatt, Toby Willsmer, Rob Williams, Staz Johnson, Leigh Gallagher, Kei Zama, Honor Vincent, Boo Cook, Gordon Rennie, Dan Cornwell, James Peaty, Nicolo Assirelli, Liam Johnson, Conor Boyle, and Steve Yeowell.
From Judge Dredd to Robo-Hunter, from Rogue Trooper to Strontium Dog, characters past and present come together in an undead event like no other – will the contagion of ‘Judgement Day’ consume the whole of the worlds of 2000 AD?
2000 AD Prog 2300 and Judge Dredd Megazine #448 hit UK newsagent and comic book shelves on 21 September and North American comic book stores in October.
Plus collected for the first time, the DC Comics series Judge Dredd: Legends of The Law is out now!
Launched in late 1994 to coincide with the release of the 1995 Judge Dredd movie, starring Sylvester Stallone, Legends of The Law was a 13-issue series written by Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner and his then writing partner, Alan Grant, as well as Daniel G. Chichester.
The madness and majesty of Mega-City One are perfectly captured in these full-colour stories, which pit Judge Dredd against a host of colourful villains, including the organ-harvesting, musical-obsessed Dr. Bliss!
With art by Anthony Williams, John Higgins and Brent Anderson, and colours by Jimmy Palmiotti and Andy Lanning, this brand new collection brings together the first seven issues of the series, featuring the four-part story ‘The Organ Donors’ and three-part ‘Trial By Gunfire’.
Out now, this paperback collection is a must for fans of the future’s greatest lawman!