Monday, September 17, 2012
THE GREATEST JUDGE DREDD COMIC OF ALL TIME
There’s a second Judge Dredd movie out just now, and this may have piqued the curiosity of some to read a Judge Dredd comic. In order to aid those wondering which one to read, I am here to write about the best Judge Dredd comic ever made.
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Labels: 2000ad, A. Ridgway, Ace Trucking Co., ALAN GRANT, Belardinelli, Carlos Ezquerra, Gerry Finley-Day, Ian Gibson, JOHN WAGNER, Judge Dredd, M. White, Mean Arena, Rogue Trooper, Sam Slade: Robo Hunter
Sunday, September 16, 2012
SCOTLAND IN COMICS 11: THE INCREDIBLE HULK
In 1975, The Hulk was trawled in Angus MacTavish’s net on Loch Fear. The fisherman in his surprise cried, “Och, mon---It is na’ possible--!” Hulk replied, “Let Hulk loose, puny human—or Hulk will smash!” Pretty soon, the Hulk had turned into Bruce Banner and gotten involved in a bizarre feud between MacTavish and a shady guy called Jaimie Macawber. In this sequence we have a castle and a kilt.
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