Judge Dredd Megazine Vol 4 No 2
Print Edition - 19th Sep 2001
The man with bomb in his head!
The Megazine Wardog strip is a prequel to a Wardog game and is based on the characters and world developed for the game.
The Wardog strip is being written by Dan Abnett (Durham Red, Sinister Dexter), pencilled by Patrick Goddard (Judge Dredd), inked by Dylan Teague (Judge Dredd) and coloured by Richard Elson (Judge Dredd, Sonic the Comic).
A Wardog 3D RPG (Role Playing Game) is coming to the PC and Xbox in 2002. Find out more at www.rebellion.co.uk/games-wardog-index.html
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