Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance vs. the '90s and our exhaustive look at 1995's Judge Dredd! When we last left off, Dredd had been convicted of murder and sent off to prison, Judge Fargo had retired and been exiled to the Cursed Earth, and Rico and Griffin were plotting a takeover of Mega City One. If that sounds fun and interesting, trust us: it's not.
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome back to our grand tour of the '90s superhero movies. This week, we're starting in on 1995's Judge Dredd, and I am not looking forward to what we're about to see.
We've given Brendan McCarthy and Al Ewing's fantastical The Zaucer of Zilk series a fairly thorough look over the past few weeks, previewing it's initial installment and contemplating its subjectmatter with an essay by David Brothers. You might even say we've been under its spell. Originally unveiled as a standalone tale by 2000 AD and Rebel
While other sites may be content to bring you Rocktober, Shocktober or Mohawktober, ComicsAlliance is committed to commemorating the things that really matter! That's why this month, we're bringing you 31 days of the bowdlerized F-bombs of the future as we celebrate Drokktober!DID YOU KNOW...
Comic wizards Brendan McCarthy and Al Ewing's original 2000 AD tale of a magical man and his realm-saving exploits is headed back to comic stores as a standalone two-issue miniseries this Wednesday in The Zaucer of Zilk #1 from IDW and Rebellion Publishing. The 30-page first installment int
Despite the best efforts of friends and readers who have assured me that I'd like it, I'm about as unfamiliar with Judge Dredd as you can be while still reading comics all day for a living. I've only ever really read one
Most American comics readers know the work of artist Simon Bisley because of his long association with Lobo, the hilariously ultra-violent alien bounty hunter who appeared in several unforgettably gruesome and wildly popular parodical 1990s titles written by Keith Giffen and Alan Grant. Among them, of
2000 AD, the weekly comics anthology responsible for siring some of the UK's (and the world's) most popular comics is now available digitally on iOS devices the same day as its print counterpart. Though 2000 AD has been
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