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Posted September 3, 2007
Perhaps convoluted and episodic at times, but this served to greatly open up and expand Dredd's horizons, and in terms of sheer storytelling it cannot be matched. Dredd's grouchier side gets an airing here for the first time too when expressing dissatisfaction over the next generation of Judges. This theme was developed and during the bullying of Lopez we begin to see an autocratic and slightly unlikeable Dredd emerge, with the character dispensing with any former vestiges of heroism. This was a deliberate ploy by Wagner who wanted to emphasize the emerging fascist character of the iron man of law!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.