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Judge Dredd: The Daily Dredds 2
Digital 2000 AD Prog 1353


Digital Version


CBZ & PDF formats

Product Details:

13th August 2003

Sláine: Golamh [4]
Celtic hero Slaine - exile, wanderer and later king - defends his people from the sea demons, at the behest of the Earth Goddess...

Dredd: The Satanist [4]
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!

Strontium Dog: The Tax Dodge [4]
Late 22nd century. After the Atomic Wars of 2150, many survivors were warped by the Strontium 90 fallout. These 'mutants' became a vicitmised underclass, and the only job open to them was bounty hunting. One such STRONTIUM DOG is Johnny Alpha, partnered with his Viking buddy Wulf Sternhammer.

Bec & Kawl: Pest Control [3]
Sharing a flat in the less-than-salubrious Swineboil Apartments, BECCY Miller and Jarrod KAWL are students at the local art college. She's a goth-chick aspiring artist with a death obsession, he's a movie-geek film student. Magnets for every ectoplasmic event, they could be our last hope against the horrors of the beyond - if only they could get off their arses...

Leviathan: Leviathan [3]
In July 1928, the biggest ocean-going vessel the world had ever seen - the LEVIATHAN - was launched from its giant dry-dock moored in the Irish Sea on its maiden voyage to New York. Housing twenty-eight thousand passengers and crew, and complete with acres of parks, ballrooms, cinemas, a railway and even a zoo, the ship is more a floating city than cruise liner. But twenty years after its launch, the Leviathan still has not reached its destination...