Digital Edition - 3rd Feb 2009
Australia, the near future. In this post-apocalyptic wasteland, the former bounty hunter turned outlaw known only as Tank Girl spends her days drinking, fighting and getting herself into all kinds of trouble. Armed with a massive tank, TG is accompanied by her partner and lover, the mutated kangaroo Booga, whose obsession with online shopping could prove costly...
Citi-Def » Field Trip (Part 2)
Mega-City One, 2130 AD. Each block in the future metropolis has its own civil defence unit, allowed under law to bear arms against attackers. Unfortunately, the Big Meg’s citizens’ tribal nature means many Citi-Def units exploit this to wage war on their neighbours. They have a reputation as unhinged gun-nuts, and Quentin Tarantino blockers are no different...
Insurrection » Insurrection (Part 2)
Mega-City One colony K Alpha 61, 2130 AD. Out in the furthest reaches of the galaxy are colo-nies established by Justice Department, used for mining and exploration. One such is K Alpha 61, which has recently successfully defended an attack by alien race the Zhind. But with no assistance from the Big Meg, the colony’s marshals have decided to become independent...
Interrogation: The Great Escapist (Part 1)
Non Fiction » New Movies: The Reversible Man (Part 1)
Non Fiction » New Books: In Graphic Detail (Part 1)
Four-Colour Classics » Who Makes the World? (Part 1)
Judge Dredd » Magic Bullets (Part 1)
Mega-City One, 2130 AD. This vast urban nightmare on the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America is home to 400 million citizens, every one a potential criminal. With lawlessness rife, only the Judges can prevent total anarchy. These future lawmen are judge, jury and executioner. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd - he is the Law! Inspired by Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry; the film poster for Death Race 2000. The name Judge Dredd came from Pat Mills who was originally going to use it for a different character. The first Judge Dredd story published was drawn by Mike McMahon, not co-creator Carlos Ezquerra. Ezquerra was so upset that he didn't draw Dredd for five years afterwards, only returning for the Apocalypse War mega-epic.