Sequart is proud to announce the publication of Judging Dredd: Examining the World of Judge Dredd, edited by Scott Weatherly.
In 1977, future lawman Judge Dredd roared onto the pages of 2000AD and quickly became a fan favorite. Under the pens of John Wagner, Pat Mills, and many others, Dredd’s world has thrilled fans and satirized society for over four decades.
Judging Dredd: Examining the World of Judge Dredd travels the mean streets of Mega-City One and the wastes of the Cursed Earth. This collection of essays examines the series and its world, from its greatest sagas, its predictions on national security, Dredd’s weirdest crossovers, and even his movie adaptations. With a foreword by Matt Smith and an interview with Rob Williams, this book is a must for every Judge Dredd fan!
The book runs 288 pages and features a foreword by Matt Smith, an interview with Rob Williams, and a cover by Sam Lotfi. It includes essays by Pritesh Chakraborty, Michal Chudolinski, Julian Darius, Tony Farina, Jamie Gambell, Paul Jaissle, Santiago Mayaud-Maisonneuve, Max Nestorowich, Douglas Rasmussen, Tom Shapira, Alasdair Smith, Scott Weatherly, and Lucas Williams.
Judging Dredd: Examining the World of Judge Dredd is available in print and on Kindle. (Just a reminder: you don’t need a Kindle device to read Kindle-formatted books; you can download a free Kindle reader for most computers, phones, and tablets.) Find out more on the book’s official page.