There is just so many columns here.Movie reviews,TV reviews,Japanese pop-culture...
Anyhow,few more appearances of Devlin Waugh. We meet DI Jericho Strange. Juliet November helps Anderson.A new thing is The Bogie Man,and this being the final story of a comic that I never read before(and has switched several publishers before),I have no idea whats going on.I spent too much time complaining about Alan Grants naming conventions,but an Irish mutant named Tharg Ennis?Come on.
Something I forgot to mention before,after Judge Death:Wilderness day.(IIRC)We wont see him till Dark Justice,some 10-11 years later.
Remember Walter telling the story of Ralphy,the boy who wanted to be a Judge and who JD treated like his own son?Well,he grew up to be a psychotic jimp.
And here is a weird one; Who? dares wins.In short,Kenny Who? decides to go into self publishing,prints out a comic that makes fun of the Judges and gets arrested.But then he takes his case to the Appeal Court,where his robotic attorney proves that the satirical Judge Dread is not the real Judge Dredd,so Kenny walks free.Okay,wait.Why does MC1 have an Appeal Court?Why nobody before thought to complain about a verdict?Wasn't the whole point of this system to avoid courtroom drama?And even if Kenny is found innocent in the whole comic affair,wouldn't he still do time for entering MC1 illegally?