Judge Dredd Megazine 388
This Means Waugh!
Alex De Campi &
Michael Dowling &
Eva De La Cruz &
Ellie De Ville &
- Cover Artist
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!
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...
Brit-Cit, 2139 AD. A freelance paranormal troubleshooter and exorcist for the Vatican, Devlin Waugh is the world’s foremost supernatural investigator. Despite becoming a vampire after getting bitten tackling an outbreak in an underwater prison, Devlin seeks out the finer things in life – but recently he’s been receiving messages about his missing brother Freddy...
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 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:
An alien world, 2125 AD. A quarter-century after Judge Dredd promised his alien
ally Tweak that he’d protect his mineral-rich planet from being ravaged by humankind, Tweak’s world has once again attracted unwelcome attention ...
Mega-City One, 2126 AD. Once upon a time, Judge Dredd lived in an apartment in
Rowdy Yates Conapts with a robo-servant named Walter and a fiery Italian housekeeper named Maria. But those-a days are long-a gone ...
Back in the 21st century, the name of the game was aeroball, a furious contest
between teams of jetpackers – none bigger than the Harlem Heroes, captained by John ‘Giant’ Clay. Cut to 75 years on from those glory days: Mega-City One, 2126 AD!
It’s been 16 years since a spikyhaired young skysurfer by the name of Chopper stopped off on a seaship crossing the Pacific Ocean, there to make the acquaintance of robot chef Cookie – the crazed droid who chopped up his crew ...
The Luna-1 moon colony is not the first place you’d expect to find vid-pic star Conrad Conn, once hailed the Handsomest Man in the World. He was the greatest actor of his generation – but whither the King of Heartbreakers in the year 2126?
Mega-City One, 2126 AD. Eighteen years ago, a crewman on a spaceliner smuggled a pair of cute and cuddly Gribligs from the planet Plexus into the City. They’re sociable, omnivorous, they breed like there’s no tomorrow – and now they’re here to stay!
Mega-City One, 2127 AD: it’s been nearly 25 years since the Meg fell victim to the Block Mania toxin, leaving the city open to invasion. One of the first to succumb was Dan Tanna Block’s Melda Dreepe, who inspired an assault on Enid Blyton in reprisal for the dropping of a four-cred freezy-whip on her head ...
Earth, an undisclosed point in time. Alec Trench was one of the worst writers to ever submit material to 2000 AD – so bad in fact that none of his stories were ever good enough to buy. Upset at the thousands of rejection letters he received, he tried to take his own life – and set in motion a very strange series of events...
Mega-City One, 2130 AD. Psi-Division is a section within Justice Department that specialises in Judges with accentuated psychic talents - from precognition and telepathy to exorcism. Cassandra Anderson is Psi-Div's top telepath, responsible for saving the city from many paranormal threats...