Finally, every Judge Dredd X Batman story ever published, um.. republished, in over 300 Thrill-packed pages!
Plus! Bonus story featuring the main man, a Mean-Machine and the greatest butt-fest in history (that’s heads, btw for our American friends!)
- Judgement On Gotham - John Wagner (Judge Dredd, A History Of Violence)/Alan Grant(w).Simon Bisley(a). All three creators are at the top of their game in this, the first - and arguably greatest - of the four books in the Eagle vs Bat series: A confused Batman finds a dimension-jumping belt device after encountering an evil entity known as Judge Death, who killed an innocent couple and a cop in Gotham City. Using the malevolent being’s own technology Batman travels to it’s last destination - Mega-City One. Arriving in the future city, the Dark Knight meets some of it’s colourful characters, including psycho-cyborg, Mean-Machine Angel, Psi-Judge Cass Anderson, and, of course..Judge Dredd. Conversely in Gotham, Death will also encounter the city’s darker denizens, notably “Master of Fear”, the Scarecrow. Who will win in these formidable battle of wills, between both Good (Dredd vs. Bats) and Evil (Scarecrow vs. Death)?
- Vendetta In Gotham - After the brief tussle between Judge Dredd and Batman, in Judgement On Gotham, Dredd travels to Gotham City to sort out their differences once and for all! Also appearing in this story is violent animated puppet, “Scarface”, who controls his weak-willed operator, The Ventriloquist.
- The Ultimate Riddle - Lured into a trap by The Riddler, Batman finds himself in a cage with other dangerous tough guys from different dimensions and across the galaxy. Amongst them is Judge Dredd, but how will Batman's style of non-lethal conflict match up against Dredd's shoot-to-kill policy? And who will be last man standing…?
- Die Laughing - From Judge Death's last visit to Gotham City he had left behind his dimension-jump belt in the hands of arch-villain, The Scarecrow, which is then acquired by heinous harlequin, Clown Prince of Crime - the Joker! Wasting no time Joker uses the D-jump to evade his nemesis the Batman, escaping to Mega-City One, where his diabolical plan begins to unfold..Seizing the opportunity to make a daring heist, as Mega-City's most feared foes, the Dark Judges are being transported to a new, more secure facility, local criminal agents attack the convoy taking control of the deadly cargo, delivering them into the hands of the Joker! But what possible motive can the murderous madman have to form such an unholy alliance with the four most dangerous beings in this, or any world?!
- Another classic crossover from the DC Universe - this time it involves three of the hardest men in comics history, each willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done, and in turn, the best there is in what they do! I’m talking of course about interstellar bounty hunter/genocidal maniac, th’ Main Man, Lobo, responsible for exterminating an entire planet - his own!, Judge Dredd who put a whole city to death in retaliation to his own being nearly destroyed (of which the consequences are still being felt) and finest proponent of the headbutt in the known universe, homicidal headcase, Mean-Machine Angel! Need I say more…! Alan Grant (w). Val Semeiks(a)
Released this week, The Batman Judge Dredd Collection is available now from our online shop, this veritable voluptuous volume is bursting at the seams with Thrills, spills and plenty o’ kills, written by Judge Dredd supremo John Wagner with Batman/Lobo top scribe, Alan Grant, both right at the height of their powers (as ever!), and drawn by some of the industry’s major talents;
Simon Bisley (Slaine;The Horned God, Lobo, Hellblazer), Cam Kennedy (Judge Dredd, Star Wars: Dark Empire), Carl Critchlow (Lobster Random, Thrud the Barbarian), Glenn Fabry (Slaine the King, The Authority: Kev), Jim Murray (Judge Dredd, Drowntown) & Jason Brashill (Judge Dredd, Spaced - TV show)
All titles are no cheap gimmick or hastily cobbled together tie-ins, this is a must-have book for all Batman, Judge Dredd or Lobo fans - you won’t be disappointed!
Charity Art Auctions: Warrior Wonder Woman and Steampunk Lara Croft Bundles
Hello everyone! I’ve just listed two original art bundles on eBay to support a pair of great causes.
The first is an original Steampunk Lara Croft art bundle on to benefit the Mercy Corps and their work aiding Typhoon Haiyan survivors. The second bundle features original Warrior Wonder Woman art to benefit the American Red Cross and those displaced by the recent tornados across the Midwest.
Both packages feature a polished color illustration and concept sketch from the immensely talented Tess Fowler, as well as a signed cosplay photo of myself in the ensemble she inspired.
Check out the links for more details on the auctions, and let me know if you’ve got any questions about the art!
I’d super appreciate any reblogs you can spare - I’d like to get the word out there and nab a sizable donation for each piece!
Well, if you’re going to be a martyr for something, why not the cinema? Sean Bean: the actor of choice when you need someone to die a grizzly death.
This is joe he is one of the nicest people you’ll meet he lives on a farm and supplies fresh fruit and veggies for the town he is 83 and always helps out, all together he has 12 facial piercings and is the most amazing oldie ever:-D
On a guy this old, tattoos would look fresh. Wait until you’re in your 60’s at least before you apply the ink. I shudder to think what your tats will look like in 20+ years.
Milo Manara ~ Making absolutely sure that every man that reads comics is thinking only the purest, most chaste thoughts about the fairer sex.
Which, naturally, begs the debate: why do female characters get depicted like this? The answer is simple: go to a comic book store. Ladies are going in more and more
especially with help from stuff like Captain Marvel by:
(Kelly Sue DeConnick - If you’re not currently following her tumblrings, I am going to come to your house and empty out your garbage on your lawn.)
but stuff like this is to be expected with the spandex crowd. I am a guy, and I think it is ridiculous too!
Having Milo Manara illustrate for marvel is like Coca Cola announcing Jenna Jameson and Sasha Grey as their new spokeswomen.
Moral of the story: Your thighs are fine. Work it, ladies. You’re all gorgeous
Sure, thigh gaps look nice, but so do thighs without gaps. Most dudes don’t give a fuck about the presence or absence of a thigh gap. We discriminate a lot less than you think … we just like thighs, period.