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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,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 Sagbellyl 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....

Title : Judge Dredd: The Judge Child Quest
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ISBN : 9781840238792
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Judge Dredd: The Judge Child Quest Reviews

  • Russio
    2019-04-12 03:06

    A classic of the genre wherein the steeliness of Dredd is exported to the rest of the universe as he searches for a crucial child who can save MC1 from a future catastrophe, who has been kidnapped by the crazy Angel Gang. Most of the humour comes from the warped worldview of Pa Angel and the irony on his unusual take on parenting. This is one of the serials of the character that will be most remembered, along with others such as the Chopper collection and the Dark Judges. All these early to mid 80s strips are the apex of the comic. Great stuff.

  • stratospherus
    2019-03-31 04:03

    Despite being not one of my favorite stories, it is very fun to read, neverthless. Judge Dredd and his companion are on the search for the prophetic child from the title, whom is believed it can stop the war which will destroy Mega City 1. The bulk of the comic takes place across the space, to be specific, in various place of universe, where Dredd will have some quite bizzare and dark encounters with its inhabitants (one segment has a malevolent planet-thing) and some are more in the vein of his usual trademark style of satirical, tongue-in-cheek humor (alient planet where the buildings are in shape of tea cup lol). The story ends up on the anti-climactic note and apparent cliffhanger, which is probably the weakest part on the book. And the child itself is not what is believed to be. See it for yourself!

  • Shaun
    2019-04-03 09:03

    Not my favorite Dredd tale of the ones I've read so far. But it's still a great story. It was a fun, planet-hopping romp through the future galaxy in which Mega City One exists. But in the end, I missed earth more than I would have imagined.