Judge Dredd: The Judge Child Quest

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Join Judge Dredd on an epic journey across the Cursed Earth and then into the depths of space in search of the saviour of Mega-City One:The Judge Child. A huge catastrophe has been predicted for Mega-City One, and only a special child who bears an Eagle mark can save the city from utter devastation. Dredd's odyssey brings him up against the bizarre Brotherhood of Trash, the despicable Angel Gang (including the unstoppable Mean Machine) and the giant toad Sagbelly! Rarely has a Dredd epic featured such a memorable...
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Overview

Join Judge Dredd on an epic journey across the Cursed Earth and then into the depths of space in search of the saviour of Mega-City One:The Judge Child. A huge catastrophe has been predicted for Mega-City One, and only a special child who bears an Eagle mark can save the city from utter devastation. Dredd's odyssey brings him up against the bizarre Brotherhood of Trash, the despicable Angel Gang (including the unstoppable Mean Machine) and the giant toad Sagbelly! Rarely has a Dredd epic featured such a memorable rogue's gallery! Featuring work by fan-favourite artists Ron Smith, Mike McMahon and Brian Bolland, this is a classic Dredd tale presented in its entirety for the first time in paperback.
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A deservedly scathing indictment of an arrogantly unilateral policy and a sensible plea for an urgent strategic readjustment.
— Former National Security Adviser
Robert Kagan
An invaluable and lucid account of the present transatlantic crisis; and a compelling plea for putting that crisis behind us.
— Author, Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order
Zbigniew Brzezinski
A deservedly scathing indictment of an arrogantly unilateral policy and a sensible plea for an urgent strategic readjustment.
— Former National Security Adviser
John Lewis Gaddis
Allies at War is a superb but unsettling account of how the most successful alliance in history almost came apart over Iraq. The Americans and the Europeans have much to learn from this meticulously even-handed account of a crisis both sides badly mishandled."
—Yale University
Joseph R. Biden Jr.
In Allies at War, Phil Gordon and Jeremy Shapiro do a masterful job dissecting the recent rift between the U.S. and Europe over Iraq. More important, theirs is a timely demonstration that a new transatlantic compact is both possible and necessary for our common security.
— Ranking Member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781840236514
  • Publisher: Titan
  • Publication date: 7/1/2004
  • Series: Judge Dredd Series
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 8.88 (w) x 11.88 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2007

    Fascinating Odyssey!

    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!

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