The Judge Child Quest (Judge Dredd Series)

The Judge Child Quest (Judge Dredd Series)

by John Wagner, Mike McMahon, Alan Grant, Ron Smith
     
 

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

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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 Sagbelly, the giant toad! 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 re-presented in a deluxe hardcover collectors' edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781840238792
Publisher:
Titan
Publication date:
09/01/2004
Series:
Judge Dredd Series
Product dimensions:
8.72(w) x 11.58(h) x 0.45(d)

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