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by John Wagner,Alan Grant


John Wagner is, to many fans, the very heart of 2000 AD. Involved from the earliest days of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, he co-created Judge Dredd, as well as Strontium Dog, Robo-Hunter and a host of other 2000 AD mainstays, including the critically acclaimed Button Man.

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 06 by John Wagner Paperback .

Grant is well-known to Batman fans following a lengthy run on various incarnations of the title. Case Files 5 begins with some standard Judge Dredd fare, a series of stories introducing the bizarre crimes of Mega City One such as Body Sharking where loan sharks freeze a borrower's relatives as collateral. These stories are fun but nothing special. But then things get very good.

Alan Grant and John Wagner always entertain, their writing . This particular effort offers up minimalist writing by Alan Grant and Judge Dredd creator John Wagner, while visceral British artist Simon Bisley graces us with his glossily violent renderings

Alan Grant and John Wagner always entertain, their writing is full of action while also covering all the important plot points (as important a plot point can be in a comic-book) resulting in a fun and complete read that always satisfies. It is ALWAYS a pleasure to see Simon Bisley's fully painted comics. This particular effort offers up minimalist writing by Alan Grant and Judge Dredd creator John Wagner, while visceral British artist Simon Bisley graces us with his glossily violent renderings. The story has Batman facing off against the ghoulish Judge Death in Gotham City, only to end up in Mega-City One via Death's stolen dimensional belt.

Batman/Judge Dredd: Judgment on Gotham is the first of four Batman and Judge Dredd crossover comic books, published by DC Comics and Fleetway in 1991. It was written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Simon Bisley. Judge Death makes a dimensional jump to Gotham City, murdering two lovers and a police officer. Batman defeats Death, who flees in spirit form

Presents the adventures of Batman and Judge Dredd as Gotham City is under attack by Judge Dredd, Batman and Judge Dredd battle six vicious killers, and the Joker unleashes the Four Dark Judges on Gotham City.

Presents the adventures of Batman and Judge Dredd as Gotham City is under attack by Judge Dredd, Batman and Judge Dredd battle six vicious killers, and the Joker unleashes the Four Dark Judges on Gotham City. Read full description. See details and exclusions. The Batman/Judge Dredd Files by John Wagner, Alan Grant (Paperback, 2004). Pre-owned: lowest price.

The Batman/Judge Dredd Collection book. All are written by John Wagner and Alan Grant who cut their teeth on Judge Dredd and other strips at 2000AD before moving on to even greater fame and glory

The Batman/Judge Dredd Collection book. All are written by John Wagner and Alan Grant who cut their teeth on Judge Dredd and other strips at 2000AD before moving on to even greater fame and glory. The first yarn is ‘Judgement on Gotham’ in which Judge Death turns up in Gotham. Judge Death is one of the four Dark Judges who believe that since all crime is committed by living people then life itself is a crime which must be eliminated.

When Batman crosses paths with the gleefully violent Judge Dredd, things are . The Batman/Judge Dredd Files. John Wagner, Alan Grant.

When Batman crosses paths with the gleefully violent Judge Dredd, things are bound to get ugly! In these tales from the 1990s, the two crimefighters face The Riddler and The Joker and battle extra-dimensional gladiators. A special bonus included in this collection is Judge Dredd's epic battle with alien bounty hunter Lobo.

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By John Wagner and Alan Grant. Illustrated by Brian Bolland. Alan Grant is a best-selling author of numerous graphic novels and comics including Judge Dredd, Robocop 2, Lobo Comics and Batman: Shadow of the Bat comic book series. About The Illustrators. Book of Judge Dredd).

Presents the adventures of Batman and Judge Dredd as Gotham City is under attack by Judge Dredd, Batman and Judge Dredd battle six vicious killers, and the Joker unleashes the Four Dark Judges on Gotham City.

The Batman/Judge Dredd Files epub download

ISBN13: 978-1401204204

ISBN: 1401204201

Author: John Wagner,Alan Grant

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: DC Comics (October 1, 2004)

Pages: 208 pages

ePUB size: 1885 kb

FB2 size: 1584 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 218

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Dyni
The story is not as good as the art of the book but this is more than enough to enjoy a good comic.
Recommended.
Dyni
The story is not as good as the art of the book but this is more than enough to enjoy a good comic.
Recommended.
Vut
It's important to mention that this book doesn't include ALL of the Batman/Judge Dredd crossovers, contrary to what you may expect. The missing story does cause a minor problem (to be mentioned shortly), so maybe DC should have done this correctly and included all of them. In addition, there is no introduction, and as worthless as some introductions can be, a lack of one brings up all kinds of unfavorable ideas as to why. But, there's no reason to worry about that, as I hereby freely offer up this review to DC as an introduction for this book.

The gist of my review is this: this book is proof that DC doesn't know when to call it quits. Back in 1991, DC had a big hit with the inter-company crossover BATMAN/JUDGE DREDD: JUDGEMENT ON GOTHAM. Written by Alan Grant and John Wagner, with art by Simon Bisley, this tale featured the title characters hopping between their respective Earths to capture Judge Death, Mean Machine Angel, and the Scarecrow. The story was pretty good, and even more so, it was darn funny - definitely a worthwhile diversion from the typical Batman fare, and the sales showed it. So of course, DC assumed that ANY Batman/Judge Dredd crossover would naturally result in big sales! Based on that, DC retained the writing team, and, in 1993, went ahead with B/JD: VENDETTA IN GOTHAM, illustrated by JD regular Cam Kennedy, which continued, in a way, the storyline from the first book. The problem is, either the writers had no more good ideas, or they didn't feel the need to try. Whatever the reason, it wasn't that good. This is the story not included in this trade paperback, probably because it has line art, which doesn't fit the airbrushed/painted style of the other stories. Then came 1995's truly execrable B/JD: THE ULTIMATE RIDDLE, certainly the worst of the bunch, with art by Carl Critchlow. For such uninspired dreck, it features a surprisingly muddled plot - several reads later, I still can't figure it out. The collection tops off with B/JD: DIE LAUGHING, with art by Glenn Fabry, which does have some redeeming feature in that our heroes have all four Dark Judges with which to contend. The only problem is that the involvement of the Joker in the story doesn't make much sense. Plus, it includes a reference to the previously mentioned, and strangely absent, VENDETTA IN GOTHAM... so I guess you'll have to go hunt that one down!

In conclusion, paying this price for 208 pages when only 64 are worthwhile is certainly NOT a good investment. Better to get the prestige format edition of B/JD: JUDGEMENT ON GOTHAM, which can still be easily found.
Vut
It's important to mention that this book doesn't include ALL of the Batman/Judge Dredd crossovers, contrary to what you may expect. The missing story does cause a minor problem (to be mentioned shortly), so maybe DC should have done this correctly and included all of them. In addition, there is no introduction, and as worthless as some introductions can be, a lack of one brings up all kinds of unfavorable ideas as to why. But, there's no reason to worry about that, as I hereby freely offer up this review to DC as an introduction for this book.

The gist of my review is this: this book is proof that DC doesn't know when to call it quits. Back in 1991, DC had a big hit with the inter-company crossover BATMAN/JUDGE DREDD: JUDGEMENT ON GOTHAM. Written by Alan Grant and John Wagner, with art by Simon Bisley, this tale featured the title characters hopping between their respective Earths to capture Judge Death, Mean Machine Angel, and the Scarecrow. The story was pretty good, and even more so, it was darn funny - definitely a worthwhile diversion from the typical Batman fare, and the sales showed it. So of course, DC assumed that ANY Batman/Judge Dredd crossover would naturally result in big sales! Based on that, DC retained the writing team, and, in 1993, went ahead with B/JD: VENDETTA IN GOTHAM, illustrated by JD regular Cam Kennedy, which continued, in a way, the storyline from the first book. The problem is, either the writers had no more good ideas, or they didn't feel the need to try. Whatever the reason, it wasn't that good. This is the story not included in this trade paperback, probably because it has line art, which doesn't fit the airbrushed/painted style of the other stories. Then came 1995's truly execrable B/JD: THE ULTIMATE RIDDLE, certainly the worst of the bunch, with art by Carl Critchlow. For such uninspired dreck, it features a surprisingly muddled plot - several reads later, I still can't figure it out. The collection tops off with B/JD: DIE LAUGHING, with art by Glenn Fabry, which does have some redeeming feature in that our heroes have all four Dark Judges with which to contend. The only problem is that the involvement of the Joker in the story doesn't make much sense. Plus, it includes a reference to the previously mentioned, and strangely absent, VENDETTA IN GOTHAM... so I guess you'll have to go hunt that one down!

In conclusion, paying this price for 208 pages when only 64 are worthwhile is certainly NOT a good investment. Better to get the prestige format edition of B/JD: JUDGEMENT ON GOTHAM, which can still be easily found.
Marilore
This was okay. Batman was a wussy alot of the time, his whining about killing Judge Death in the first story was really, really annoying. Otherwise the stories were okay...Unlike some other reviewers, I really liked the artwork, the campy bright gore filled pictures made me smile. There is a nice picture of the Joker juggling the 4 "bad judges" (I cannot remember their real names) that is almost worth the cost of the book....
Marilore
This was okay. Batman was a wussy alot of the time, his whining about killing Judge Death in the first story was really, really annoying. Otherwise the stories were okay...Unlike some other reviewers, I really liked the artwork, the campy bright gore filled pictures made me smile. There is a nice picture of the Joker juggling the 4 "bad judges" (I cannot remember their real names) that is almost worth the cost of the book....
Nnulam
This is one of those inter-company crossover stunts, really. Two granite jawed lawmen with little tolerance for outsiders with strange abilities in their cities, must find a way not to beat the hell out of each other too badly, and eventually work together to stop a threat in Mega-City. Dredd tells Batman at the end of the Gotham based part of the story that it is foreseen he will be needed in Dredd's town.
Nnulam
This is one of those inter-company crossover stunts, really. Two granite jawed lawmen with little tolerance for outsiders with strange abilities in their cities, must find a way not to beat the hell out of each other too badly, and eventually work together to stop a threat in Mega-City. Dredd tells Batman at the end of the Gotham based part of the story that it is foreseen he will be needed in Dredd's town.
Gardataur
"Really I wanted more stuff on Judge Dredd, but this is for serious the only Judge Dredd comic book in my county. I really think that Batman added to the mix just makes it better because a crossover already gives..."

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Gardataur
"Really I wanted more stuff on Judge Dredd, but this is for serious the only Judge Dredd comic book in my county. I really think that Batman added to the mix just makes it better because a crossover already gives..."

Read the full review here:

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