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e-Book Judge Dredd: Crusade download

e-Book Judge Dredd: Crusade download

by Grant Morrison,Mark Millar,Mick Austin

ISBN: 1907992677
ISBN13: 978-1907992674
Language: English
Publisher: 2000 AD (February 14, 2012)
Pages: 96
Category: Graphic Novels
Subategory: Graphic Novels

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Rating: 4.1
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Just look at that pedigree; Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, Mick Austin, and original Judge Dredd artist Carlos Ezquerra. That is a royal court of some of Britain's comic book talent working on Britain's most popular and enduring home-grown hero, Judge Dredd.

Just look at that pedigree; Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, Mick Austin, and original Judge Dredd artist Carlos Ezquerra. But somehow, "Judge Dredd: Crusade" falls flat. Not only is this a disappointing comic given all the talent involved, the two stories here are mediocre even by the usual Judge Dredd standards. I don't know what everyone was bringing here, but it wasn't their A-game, especially on the writer's side.

Judge Dredd: Crusade sees Grant Morrison (Batman and Robin, All Star Superman) team up with Mark Millar (Kick Ass, Wanted) acclaimed artist Mick Austin (Doctor Who) in a new collection for the US and Canada - that has never been reprinted before - and comes with a brand ne. .

Judge Dredd: Crusade sees Grant Morrison (Batman and Robin, All Star Superman) team up with Mark Millar (Kick Ass, Wanted) acclaimed artist Mick Austin (Doctor Who) in a new collection for the US and Canada - that has never been reprinted before - and comes with a brand new cover from comic book legend Brian Bolland. In a riot of violence at the ends of the Earth, when a scientist returns from a 15-year deep space mission claiming to have a message from God himself, judges from all of the world's Mega-Cities race to Antarctica to try and claim the secret for themselves.

Grant Morrison bibliography. Crusade" (with Mark Millar and Mick Austin, in 1995). Grant Morrison at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original). Grant Morrison bibliography. Grant Morrison at Comic-Con 2008. Judge Dredd: "Inferno" (with Carlos Ezquerra, in 1993). Book of the Dead" (with Mark Millar and Dermot Power, in 1993). Big Dave (with Mark Millar): "Target Baghdad" (with Steve Parkhouse, in 1993). Grant Morrison at Barney. Works by or about Grant Morrison in libraries (WorldCat catalog).

Judge Dredd: Crusade. by Mick Austin, Grant Morrison, Mark Millar. The Thing" meets "Where Eagles Dare" as two of the world's most popular comic book writers - Grant Morrison and Mark Millar - produce a high-octane thriller In Crusade, when a scientist returns from a 15-year deep space mission claiming to have a message from God, judges from all of the world's Mega-Cities race to Antarctica to try and claim. the Almighty's secrets for themselves.

The Invisibles Book 1 by Morrison. 1 ответ 0 ретвитов 2 отметки Нравится. I know it probably won't stay this good, but I haven't had this strong a reaction to a comic maybe ever. This is really energetic, and I love it. by Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, Mick Austin. ISBN 9781907992674 (978-1-907992-67-4) Softcover, 2000 AD, 2012. Find signed collectible books: 'Judge Dredd: Crusade'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

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Crusade" (with Grant Morrison and Mick Austin, in 1995). In April, writers Grant Morrison and Mark Millar introduced Aztek in a self-titled ongoing series that ran for a mere ten brilliant issues. Man Who Broke the Law" (with Steve Yeowell, in 1995). The Big Hit" (with Graham Stoddart, in 1997). The Secret Origin of Comrade Ed" (with Steve Yeowell, in Judge Dredd Mega-Special 1992). Rites of Passage" (with Nigel Dobbyn, in 1995). Darius, Julian (29 April 2000).

In Crusade, when a scientist returns from a 15-year deep space mission claiming to have a.

In Crusade, when a scientist returns from a 15-year deep space mission claiming to have a message from God, judges from all of the world's Mega-Cities race to Antarctica to try and claim the Almighty's secrets for themselves. In The Frankenstein Division, the sinister judges of East Meg create the ultimate judge by stitching together pieces of their best - but when it goes on the rampage it heads for Mega-City One and the one man responsible for the death of its many 'donors' - Judge Dredd!

The Thing meets Where Eagles Dare as two of the world's most popular comic book writers - Grant Morrison and Mark Millar - produce a high-octane thriller!In Crusade, when a scientist returns from a 15-year deep space mission claiming to have a message from God, judges from all of the world's Mega-Cities race to Antarctica to try and claim the Almighty's secrets for themselves.Among them is the toughest future lawman of them all - Judge Dredd - but in the scramble to secure the scientist and his information, the judges all brutally turn on the other as the prize proves too much to resist!Meanwhile, a deadly agent from one of the world's superpowers stalks through the warzone, hoping that the confusion will ease his path to securing the secrets of the cosmos!In The Frankenstein Division, the sinister judges of East Meg create the ultimate judge by stitching together pieces of their best - but when it goes on the rampage it heads for Mega-City One and the one man responsible for the death of its many 'donors' - Judge Dredd!
Comments:
Zulkigis
When a Justice Department ship crash-lands in Antarctica judges from around the world gather to find what secrets it may hold, including a supposed message from God. With a concept like that and a plot by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar this seemed a must-buy.

But it turns out to be a string of cliches without much of interest.

Once the ship crashes an all-star team of international judges, some new some we've seen before, are fighting it out for the prize. Why only one judge per city? Who knows, budget cuts maybe, or the high price of air fare. It could be some sort of code of chivalry but no one bothers to explain it.

The international judges are the usual collection of cliches, a drunken Aussie, a drunken Irishman, a Japanese samurai, a mystic Indian and of course Vatican Cit has a sadistic inquisitor. Because even the fertile imaginations of Morrison and Millar cannot imagine a sympathetic Catholic.

The lone survivor of the expedition is your usual cannibal monster, without anything to make him stand out from a dozens that have come before.

For the second story, by Millar with art by Ezquerra, Dredd takes on a Soviet super judge, whom he defeats by um, shooting it. Again, nothing too clever here.

I might have added a star if I didn't come in with high expectations.

Mazuzahn
Though it helps to have read some Judge Dredd before this, I don't think it is necessary. What you get here is the best of Mark Millar and Grant Morrison's styles together in one story. It has the popcorn movie style of a Millar comic and the existential religious styling of Morrison. If you are a fan of Judge Dredd you will see that the two writers give the world a dynamic that is absent from a lot of Dredd stories. They also introduce numerous Judges from around the world that makes me feel that it was the genesis of the Batmen from around the world in Batman inc. Judge Dredd is like a Clint Eastwood Western in that the ending is never in question but it's the entertaining journey that's the point. It's short but it rules hard!

krot
This is one of those comics that is so chock full of talent that by all rights it should be mind-blowingly awesome. Just look at that pedigree; Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, Mick Austin, and original Judge Dredd artist Carlos Ezquerra. That is a royal court of some of Britain's comic book talent working on Britain's most popular and enduring home-grown hero, Judge Dredd.

But somehow, "Judge Dredd: Crusade" falls flat.

Not only is this a disappointing comic given all the talent involved, the two stories here are mediocre even by the usual Judge Dredd standards. I don't know what everyone was bringing here, but it wasn't their A-game, especially on the writer's side.

The first story, "Crusade," is written by Millar and Morrison and drawn by Mick Austin. Originally published in 1994-95 in "2000 AD Magazine" prog 868-871, this story forecasts what Morrison would later do in Batman. Instead of the international Batmen we get the Judge Dredds of many nations.

The story is high-concept and should have been much cooler than it is. An astronaut on a deep space voyage claims to have reached the end of the universe and to have spoken with God. His return ship crashed in the South Pole, and all of the various nations send a team of judges to fight for the prize of getting the message.

Judge Dredd represents the American Mega City One, and a roll-call of ethnic stereotypes makes up the rest; Judge Sharma from Indo-Cit (India), Judge Shojo from Hondo Cit (Japan), Judge Daktari from Pan-Africa, Judge Kilroy from Brit-Cit (Britain), Judge Ramses from Luxor (Egypt),Judge Spassky from East Meg-One (Russia), and the hard-drinking, lackadaisical Irishman Judge Wilde. Rounding out the cast and playing the villain is the inquisitor Judge Cesare from Vatican-Cit.

After the initial meet-and-greet, the story devolves into a battle royale with the usual goofiness that entails from an ethnic punch-up. There are some good Grant Morrison tidbits--the whole battle takes place at Ultima Thule stations--but there is zero characterization and the story is based on the classic "each person has to die in a cooler and/or more disgusting way than the last person" motif. Mick Austin's art is good and everything looks cool in that 2000 AD style, but nothing raises the story higher than a puff piece.

The next story, "Frankenstein Division," is as much of a throw-away story. By Mark Millar and Carlos Ezquerra. It originally appeared in 2012 in 2000 AD prog 928-937. The story links back to the classic Apocalypse War storyline and the all-out war between Mega-City One and the East-Meg Cities. The Russian side saw most of their highly trained judges reduced to body parts on the battlefield and thought it seemed like a waste. So in Frankenstein fashion they salvaged the best parts and stitched them together to make Project X, the Ultimate Judge. Of course, each of those body parts were killed by Judge Dredd, and every cell of the monster cries out for revenge.

"Frankenstein Division" isn't a bad story; actually, for a simple monster-revenge piece it is pretty fun. But due to the anthology nature of 2000 AD, a 22-page story was broken into four chapters meaning you don't get a lot of story development time for each chapter. And like all "ultimate monster" tales, this Project X just isn't quite the menace that he should be. Ezquerra's art in this story is excellent, and the concept is cool, but Millar didn't have the page space to pull off something really interesting.

Honestly, if "Judge Dredd: Crusades" was written by a bunch of no-names then I probably would have enjoyed it more. But I know that every person working on this comic is capable of much more, and that fact drags the comic down.

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