Judge Dredd: Tour of Duty - Mega-City Justice

Judge Dredd Tour of Duty Mega City Justice Having sidelined Dredd into managing the Cursed Earth mutant camps the manipulative Judge Sinfield s plan to take over Mega City One starts to unfold With the newly appointed Chief Judge Dan Francisc

  • Title: Judge Dredd: Tour of Duty - Mega-City Justice
  • Author: John Wagner Carlos Ezquerra John Higgins
  • ISBN: 9781907992391
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • Having sidelined Dredd into managing the Cursed Earth mutant camps, the manipulative Judge Sinfield s plan to take over Mega City One starts to unfold With the newly appointed Chief Judge Dan Francisco being too ill to carry out his duties, Sinefield s rise to power seems to go without a hitch that is until he unknowingly clashes with the wrong man notorious serial kilHaving sidelined Dredd into managing the Cursed Earth mutant camps, the manipulative Judge Sinfield s plan to take over Mega City One starts to unfold With the newly appointed Chief Judge Dan Francisco being too ill to carry out his duties, Sinefield s rise to power seems to go without a hitch that is until he unknowingly clashes with the wrong man notorious serial killer PJ Maybe With his life in danger, Sinefield can only turn to one man for help Judge Dredd Mega City One s toughest lawman returns to his streets determined to bring Sinfield down and a killer to justice

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    1. A surprisingly difficult read at times. Judge Dredd's insistence on righting on injustice creates a chain reaction of horrible side-effects that lead to his disgrace and exile, while his city and Justice Department labour under the rule of a conspiracy of morally ambiguous Judges.The mob violence, the simple and petty bigotries lampooned in the "anti-mutant" aspects of this story clearly mirror similar re-world spasms of hatred and one is struck by the nature of the conclusion - that some hate i [...]

    2. Certainly one of the more thought-provoking and introspective Judge Dredd collections, dealing with anti-mutant sentiments and the fallout of new legislation regarding mutants in MC1.Lots of good story from John Wagner, more speech bubbles than I'd seen in a long time in any Dredd series. My favorite contributing artist had to be Colin MacNeil; I really liked his clean style and the way he painted the judges.

    3. The conclusion to your of dutyCompletes one of the greatest Dredd stories ever. Again, Dredd is not a simple man, in fact, over the years he has grown more complex as this story will tell. Mutants, the big meg, an evil and brilliant serial killer, the wrong chief judge. Read this. If you're already a Dredd fan, you'll like it more. If new, you'll be sucked right in.

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