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It’s Wedding Bells For Judge Death In ‘Daily Dredds Volume 2′ [Preview]

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I'm pretty sure that everyone reading this already knows that Judge Dredd runs every week in the pages of 2000 AD, but apparently that was not often enough for British audiences in the '80s and '90s. From 1981 to 1998, a daily Dredd comic strip ran in the UK's Daily Star, giving readers bite-size chunks of Mega-City One's most ruthless lawman. And they got weird.

Admittedly, it's not the weirdest I've ever seen from a comic strip --- that week-long "Alone" storyline in Garfield will forever hold that title --- but if you've been looking for the story about a beautiful woman who fell head over heels in love with the genocidal animated corpse that is Judge Death, here it is, reprinted at long last.

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Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Boston Comic Con 2016

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In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

This weekend we were at Boston Comic Con to capture all the best cosplay on the convention floor, including Holtzmann, Harley Quinn, Nightwing, Squirrel Girl, Furiosa, and more!

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Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Zatanna & Constantine, XXXHolic, Speed Racer, Power Girl & More

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In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

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Get Ready For A Showdown In The Cursed Earth In ‘Predator Vs Judge Dredd Vs Aliens’ #1

Predator Vs Judge Dredd Vs Aliens #1, Dark Horse

I've been pretty up front about this before, but whenever 2000 AD's Judge Dredd manages to find himself thrown into a crossover with Aliens or Predator, the result is pretty amazing. In fact, I'd venture to say that they're arguably some of the best licensed crossover comics of all time, and will likely remain so until that magical moment where Judge Dredd vs. Archie finally becomes real. So as you might imagine, I'm pretty excited about the new crossover that throws all three of those franchises into a blender to see what happens when they all hit at the same time.

It's coming from Dark Horse and 2000 AD next month, but today, we have a preview of the action, which can no longer be contained by a single Mega City. No, this time, they're heading out to the Atomic Wasteland that is the Cursed Earth.

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If You Voted ‘Leave’ In Brexit, Try These Comics Next

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The polls are closed and it's official, the United Kingdom has decided --- by a narrow margin --- that it wants to leave the European Union. I mean, who could blame them? Aside from the worker's rights, trade agreements and the opportunity to travel between member states, what does the EU even do? I mean, aside from the funding provided to the areas of the UK that London often neglects, environmental legislation and education and research funding.

So you've voted Leave, and you want to treat yourself to a nice comic to spend the weekend with. We've picked out five of our favorite independent comics to peruse while you wait for Article 50 to be enacted.

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Thrillpower Hits A Milestone With ‘2000 AD’ #2000, Featuring Covers By Glenn Fabry, Cliff Robinson And Chris Burnham

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If you're the kind of person who keeps up with the shipping list every week --- or who reads our own Best Comic Books Ever (This Week) guides to every Wednesday's new releases --- you've probably noticed that 2000 AD has been steadily approaching the most important numerical milestone of its 40-year run. In September, the magazine will celebrate hitting prog #2000 by bringing back creators like Brian Bolland, Kevin O'Neill, Mick McMahon, and Dave Gibbons, all wrapped up in new wraparound covers by Glenn Fabry, Cliff Robinson, and Chris Burnham.

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At Long Last, Witness Judge Dredd’s Battle With Ronald MacDonald And The Burger King In ‘The Cursed Earth Uncensored’ [Preview]

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For those of us who love the truly bizarre extremes that the future's toughest lawman will go to, one of the most exciting pieces of news this year was the announcement that Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth would finally be reprinted in its entirety. Originally serialized in the pages of 2000 AD back in 1978, the story took Dredd out of Mega City One and into the atomic wasteland that was America, weaving its way through the strip's signature combination of over-the-top satire and ridiculous action for one of the first great Judge Dredd epics.

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Dark Horse Announces ‘Bounty’ By Wiebe And Lee, New ‘Dredd’, ‘Tarzan’ Crossovers

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Crossovers are all the rage at Dark Horse this year, as the publisher announced two huge new miniseries at Emerald City Comicon this past weekend, mixing up its licensed properties with those of publishers such as Boom Studios and 2000 AD, with Judge Dredd crossing over with some familiar alien threats, and Tarzan paying a visit to a very familiar planet. Dark Horse also unveiled a brand new ongoing series from Rat Queens writer Kurtis Wiebe and newcomer Mindy Lee, which has been described as Rat Queens in space!

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Instantly Iconic: Celebrating The Covers And Career Of Brian Bolland

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From humble beginnings in the UK small press scene, to his work on one of the most iconic Batman and Joker stories of all time, and his instantly recognizable covers on a range of titles, legendary artist Brian Bolland has blazed a trail through the last forty years of comics history.

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Pop Culture Shock Gives Movie Dredd A Comic-Style Paint Job With A Massive New Statue

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If you've ever wondered what the movie Dredd costume would be like if it was a little bit closer to the one that we see in the comics, here's your answer. Today, Pop Culture Shock unveiled a new line of 1/4 scale statues inspired by the movie, including an exclusive variant that gives Dredd a slightly more comic booky color scheme --- and a much frownier head.

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