Judge Death: Death Lives!

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Gripping futuristic villian battles with legendary Judge Dredd. First US Specific Edition.

His name is Judge Death and in his eyes all life is a crime! The super-fiend from Deadworld proves to be Judge Dredd’s ultimate nemesis. A gripping character with a fearsome presence is beautifully brought to life by Brian Bolland and Kevin O’Neill. Together with his brothers, Fear, Fire and Mortis, Judge Death is determined to end all life in Mega-City ...

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Overview

Gripping futuristic villian battles with legendary Judge Dredd. First US Specific Edition.

His name is Judge Death and in his eyes all life is a crime! The super-fiend from Deadworld proves to be Judge Dredd’s ultimate nemesis. A gripping character with a fearsome presence is beautifully brought to life by Brian Bolland and Kevin O’Neill. Together with his brothers, Fear, Fire and Mortis, Judge Death is determined to end all life in Mega-City One once and for all!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781906735890
  • Publisher: Rebellion
  • Publication date: 7/13/2010
  • Series: Judge Dredd Series
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

John Wagner is the co-creator of Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Button Man and many others for 2000 AD. His graphic novel A History of Violence has been adapted into a critically acclaimed film by David Cronenberg. Brian Bolland is one of the most celebrated artists in the Western comics industry. His iconic work on Judge Dredd included the co-creation of Judge Death. Bolland is best known to US readers for his ground-breaking work with writer Alan Moore on Batman: The Killing Joke. Kevin O’Neill Co-created 2000AD classics like A.B.C. Warriors, Metalzoic and Nemesis the Warlock. Along with fellow 2000 AD alumni Pat Mills, he co-created the cult hero Marshall Law and had even more success when he teamed up with Alan Moore to illustrate The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen – a hugely successful comic which was adapted into a big budget Hollywood movie starring Sean Connery.

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