Judge Dredd Megazine 386
Print Edition - 18th Jul 2017
- Alan Grant, Arthur Wyatt, John Wagner, Si Spencer, Alex De Campi
- Henry Flint, Paul Marshall, Jake Lynch, Nick Percival, Paul Davidson
- Dylan Teague, Eva De La Cruz, Gary Caldwell, Len O'Grady
- Annie Parkhouse, Ellie De Ville, Simon Bowland
- Cover Artist:
- Nick Percival
Judge Dredd » Ape Escape (Part 1)
Mega-City One, 2139 AD. This vast urban hell on the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America is home to over 72 million citizens. Unemployment is near-total, boredom universal, and crime is rampant. Tensions run a constant knife-edge, and stemming the chaos are the Judges, empowered to dispense instant justice. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd – he is the Law!
Judge Anderson » NWO (Part 2)
Mega-City One, 2139 AD. Psi-Div is a section that specialises in Judges with accentuated psychic talents – from precognition to exorcism, it is at the forefront in the war against supernatural crime. Cassandra Anderson is Justice Department’s top telepath, and has recently discovered a secret society living beneath the Cursed Earth with a long history...
Nu-Iceland, 2139 AD. Nestled within the frozen tundra is the domed city of HAVN, a hermetically sealed community with an artificially sustained environment, all controlled by the computer network ASKJA. There is little crime in HAVN, and those lucky enough to live within it walls want for nothing. Meanwhile, outside, the native Alfar scratch a living from the land...
Mega-City One, the cusp of the 22nd century. Eight hundred million people are living in the ruin of the old world, a planet devastated by atomic war. Only one thing fighting for order in a metropolis teetering on the brink of chaos – the men and women of the Hall of Justice. Following the events in Peach Trees block, and Ma-Ma’s death, one former gang member is trying to get on with his life...
The Dark Judges » Dominion (Part 1)
The depths of the Milky Way. The vast ship the Mayflower was intended to transport 4000 Mega-City pilgrims to a better world – but one of the passengers was possessed by Judge Death, who awoke his three brothers, and together they massacred everyone on board. Dredd and Anderson stopped the slaughter, with Death, Fire and Mortis left marooned in space...
Supplement episodes include:
London Falling » London Falling (Parts 1 - 5)
London, 2006. Jack Capelthwaite is seemingly an ordinary man living a humdrum existence in the capital's suburbs. Married with two children and an office job that is slowly draining his will to live, there appears to be nothing to differentiate him from thousands of other city-dwellers. But Jack has a secret past he can't escape, and London has a rich history of horror...
Necrophim » Civil Warlord (Parts 8 - 10)
The lands of Hell. Following the angel Lucifer’s failed rebellion against God, he was cast down, where he became the ruler of his own dark dominion. Those seraphim that fell with him remained his lieutenants and trusted aides, warriors that would protect their master at all costs – now no longer seraphim, they are the NECROPHIM!
Tharg's Future Shocks » Hacked (Part 1)
Out in the vast reaches of the universe, there are an infinite number of stories waiting to be told. From chronicles of the lowliest swamp denizens in backwater galaxies to the rise and fall of rulers of entire star systems, anything is possible in these twisted tales. Abandon your preconceptions, expect the unexpected and take a trip beyond the edges of the imagination…
Tharg's Terror Tales » Bad Blood (Part 1)
Experience the terrifying side of Thrill-power with these one-off tales from beyond the shadowy veil of sanity. Whether they be ghostly goings-on that send shivers up the spine or guts-to-the-wall splatterfests that sear the retina and paralyse the mind, nothing is what it seems in these glimpses of a horrifying realm beyond our own...
Tharg's Time Twisters » Contractions (Part 1)
Forget what you think you understand, Earthlets, about your species' notion of time. Take nothing for granted when it comes to human history, or an unknowable future - the process of time can be broken, bent back on itself, or even sent in entirely the wrong direction. These complete head-spinning tales warp the very fabric of chronology...