2012's Dredd was easily one of the best comic book movies of all time, and it's a testament to just how good it was that it left fans wanting more --- not just from Judge Dredd in general, but from that particular version of the character, portrayed by actor Karl Urban. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like we're going to be getting another big-screen take soon, but the good news is that there are some pretty awesome stories set in the movie's universe.
This week sees the release of Dredd: Urban Warfare, the cleverly named collection of three movie-verse stories that originally ran in the pages of Judge Dredd Megazine. To mark the occasion, we spoke to writer Arthur Wyatt about his work with Henry Flint and Paul Davidson, how they nudged the movie's take a little closer to sci-fi, and the interesting timing of a story about crooked police provoking riots.
Since they acquired the license for Judge Dredd, IDW has been doing some pretty fantastic stuff with it. Between Duane Swiercynski and Nelson Daniel's ongoing Judge Dredd and miniseries projects like Douglas Wolk and Ulises Farinas's Mega-City Two, they've put out some incredibly entertaining stories, bringing Dredd to a new audience that may not be familiar with his roots in the pages of 2000 AD. Now they're expanding the line beyond Dredd himself.
IDW announced this week that they're launching Anderson: Psi Division, a new series set before the events of the ongoing series that will focus on Judge Cassandra Anderson, written by 2000 AD editor Matt Smith with art by long-time 2000 AD artist Carl Critchlow.
Fans who are now accustomed to reading their Judge Dredd in color, thanks to IDW's new series by writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Nelson Daniel, can breathe easy. Starting with a Free Comic Book Day issue May 4, the publisher i
A ComicsAlliance favorite for his super inky, wildly expressive style in Dark Horse books like Abe Sapien: The Devil Does Not Jest, B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, and Conan the Barbarian, James Harrenis going to make his 2000 AD debut next mont
Matt Smith, the current (and youngest) actor to star as the Doctor in BBC's Doctor Who, recently took to the stage in Los Angeles while dressed as Batman for a play called Gotham Autopsy, part of the 24 Hour Plays that were inspired b
Toys: Between McFarlane Toys and MTV, you can get a solid look at six upcoming The Walking Dead TV/Comic action figures including Officer Rick Grimes, Michonne, Zombie Lurker, Zombie Roamer, Daryl Dixon and Zombie Walker.
Movies: The Michael Bay/Brad Fuller/Andrew Form-helmed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie
How many Doctors can fit inside of a single cardboard box? The folks at Underground Toys managed an impressive eleven - and the box isn't even bigger on the inside.
Underground is releasing an eleven-figure "Doctor Who" box set at the end of the summer, with every single incarnation of the good Doctor from the original William Hartnell to the latest Matt Smith present and accounted for. If y
Having the right tools for the right job is key for any DIY project, but for fans of "Doctor Who," the perfect power tool is still centuries away. Fortunately we 21st century humans can still fake futuristic awesomeness with an analog version of the 11th Doctor's sonic screwdriver by Underground Toys, which is now available for preorder online.
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