BARNEY

Thrills
2000AD: 802
Megazine: 297
Extras: 276
Daily Star: 343
Fanzines: 31
Online: 7

Covers
2000AD: 486
Megazine: 143
Reprints: 66
Extras: 134
Graphic Novels: 123
Star Scans: 50

Artwork
Artwork: 37
Sketches: 61
Cover Art: 27
Wallpaper: 65
Icons: 6
Technology: 6

Scripts
Scripts: 7

DREDDJudge Dredd

Created by John Wagner, Carlos Ezquerra

FIRST APPEARANCE IN 2000AD

Judge Dredd

Judge Whitey 1 episode (Prog 2) 5 pages - Read Online
Script: Peter Harris, Artist: Mike McMahon (first picture of Judge Dredd by Carlos Ezquerra), Letters: McGowan
Featuring: "Whitey" Logan, Judge Goodman
Timeline data: 2099
Reprinted
Prion Books: 2000AD The Best of
Prion Books: Judge Dredd The Best of
Rebellion: Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files 01
The Complete Judge Dredd 1
Judge Dredd Annual 1982
Quality: Judge Dredd (Volume 2) 2, Colour: Unknown
Fleetway Quality: Judge Dredd (Volume 2) 57, Colour: Unknown

MOST RECENT APPEARANCE IN 2000AD

Ladykiller 7+ episodes (Progs 1991 to 1997) 42 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Carlos Ezquerra, Letters: Annie Parkhouse

FIRST APPEARANCE IN THE MEGAZINE

America

America 7 episodes (Megs 1.01 to 1.07) 62 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Colin MacNeil
Featuring: Judge Dredd
Reprinted
Fleetway: America America
Rebellion: America
Titan: America The Complete America
Prion Books: Judge Dredd The Best of
Classic 2000AD 1

MOST RECENT APPEARANCE IN THE MEGAZINE

Judge Dredd

The Carousel 1 episode (Meg 375) 10 pages
Script: Michael Carroll, Artist: Ben Willsher, Colour: Chris Blythe, Letters: Annie Parkhouse
Featuring:

STARRING
Joe Dredd

STATUS
Future lawman

DATELINE
2139 AD

LOCATION
Mega-City One, where crime runs riot. This urban sprawl is home to 400 million citizens, every one a potential criminal. The city is spread down the Eastern coast of what was once the United States of America. Unemployment is endemic, boredom is universal and only the Judges can prevent total anarchy

WEAPONRY
Lawgiver handgun; daystick; bootknife

SOUNDBITE
"I am the Law!"

TRADEMARK
Never removes his Judge's helmet

MOTIVATION
As Judge, jury and executioner, Joe Dredd is empowered to dispense instant justice. When it comes to crushing crime, Judge Dredd invented zero tolerance

PARTNERS
Although he prefers to patrol the streets of Mega-City One alone, Dredd has been known to team up with other law enforcers, including former Judge Galen DeMarco and Cassandra Anderson of Psi Division

NOTES
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.

LINKS

the brian bolland cover gallery by Chris Hanks
An extensive collection of Brian's artwork. Offline
Termight Replicas by Wakefield Carter
Full scale licensed replica Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog and Rogue Trooper weapons and equipment.
I invented Judge Dredd by BBC News
To mark the 25th anniversary of 2000AD, writer John Wagner recalls in our weekly Real Time series how he came up with the comic's ruthless lawman, Judge Dredd.
The Art of Mike McMahon by Simon Gurr
Contains examples of Mick's work, comments from other artists, interviews, etc.
Dredd vs Death
The official website for Rebellion's Judge Dredd computer game
Gibson Studios by Ian Gibson
Halo Jones, RoboHunter, Anderson Psi Division plus a peek at some new projects.
The Official 2000AD RPG Website by Mongoose Publishing
The central resource on the Internet for games based on the world famous comic strip
Judge Pal Hotline by 2000AD Online
Are you a peeper? Rat on that rat!
Psi-Judge Delaney by Patti C
The adventures of a Psi Judge in John Caliber's Judge Dredd Street Sim
Judge Dredd - Lawman of the Future by h2g2
Judge Dredd's entry in the BBC's h2g2 database
The Justice Department by Dan Kelly
Rebellion sanctioned Judge team for the City of Heroes MMORPG
The Briefing Room by Mark Cummins
The Briefing Room hosts new material for the Judge Dredd Roleplaying Game, including extracts from the Judge Dredd RPG Mailing List and the M.A.C. Online program.