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Prog 1459

Digital Edition - 5th Oct 2005

Episodes include:

Invasion » Savage Book Two: Out of Order (Part 10)

In 1999, Britain is invaded by the Volgans, and London lorry driver Bill Savage - his family killed by a Volgan shell - is leading the resistance against the occupiers!

Leatherjack » Leatherjack (Part 10)

The Klash is the war to end all wars, a conflict between the Khmer Noir, ruled by the terminally ill Lord Qwish, and the Empire of Spinsters, who are leading a holy crusade against smut and indecency. Caught in the crossfire is the library-world of Shibboleth - the Spinsters want it destroyed, but Qwish has sent in his agent Leatherjack to retrieve a legendary book...

Breathing Space » Breathing Space (Part 9)

2127 AD. The moon-based colony of Luna-1 has essentially been a neutral outpost for the Mega-Cities - following the International Lunar Treaty of 2061, a million square miles of the moon's surface was divided between the three great cities of North America, and every six months a new Judge-Marshal is chosen to administer justice. Judge King is the latest to be appointed...

Judge Dredd » Mandroid (Part 7)

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 he didn't draw Dredd for five years afterwards, only returning for the Apocalypse War mega-epic.

Sinister Dexter » ...and Death shall have no dumb minions (Part 1)

The swollen city of Downlode lies sprawled across the heart of future Europe like a hit-and-run victim. Here, life is cheap - if you want someone whacked, you can't buy better bullet monkeys than Finnigan SINISTER and Ramone DEXTER, the city's primo hitmen. Inspired by John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction.
Artist Jason Brashill declined the chance to co-create Sinister Dexter but he did paint the cover image to promote the characters' first appearance in Prog 981.
Sinister is Latin for left, while Dexter is Latin for right

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