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It's business as usual in Mega-City One. From mutant teddy bear killers to deadly alien predators on the loose, mayhem and madness are as rife as ever. Thankfully Judge Dredd is around to dispense justice, both on the streets and in the classroom! Collects: - Firepower (Prog #736) - Teddy Bear's Firefight (Prog #737) - Garbage Disposal (Prog #738) - Watchdogs (Prog #739) - Talkb It's business as usual in Mega-City One. From mutant teddy bear killers to deadly alien predators on the loose, mayhem and madness are as rife as ever. Thankfully Judge Dredd is around to dispense justice, both on the streets and in the classroom! Collects: - Firepower (Prog #736) - Teddy Bear's Firefight (Prog #737) - Garbage Disposal (Prog #738) - Watchdogs (Prog #739) - Talkback (Prog #740) - Twin Blocks (Prog #741) - School Bully (Prog #742) - A Clockwork Pineapple (Prog #743-#745) - Muzak Killer (Prog #746-#748) - The Vidders (Prog #749) - The Devil You Know (Prog #750-#753) - Twilight's Last Gleaming (Prog #754-#756) - One Better (Prog #757) - The Flabfighters (Prog #758-#759) - Teddy Choppermitz (Prog #760) - Rough Guide to Suicide (Prog #761) - Art of Geomancy (Prog #762-#765) - Justice 1 (Prog #766-#771) - Koole Killers (Prog #772-#774) - First of the Many (Prog #775) - Raptaur (Meg #1.11-#1.17) - The Hand of Fate (Meg #1.18) - The Boy Who Thought He Wasn't (Meg #1.19) - I Was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Priest Killer (Meg #1.20)


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It's business as usual in Mega-City One. From mutant teddy bear killers to deadly alien predators on the loose, mayhem and madness are as rife as ever. Thankfully Judge Dredd is around to dispense justice, both on the streets and in the classroom! Collects: - Firepower (Prog #736) - Teddy Bear's Firefight (Prog #737) - Garbage Disposal (Prog #738) - Watchdogs (Prog #739) - Talkb It's business as usual in Mega-City One. From mutant teddy bear killers to deadly alien predators on the loose, mayhem and madness are as rife as ever. Thankfully Judge Dredd is around to dispense justice, both on the streets and in the classroom! Collects: - Firepower (Prog #736) - Teddy Bear's Firefight (Prog #737) - Garbage Disposal (Prog #738) - Watchdogs (Prog #739) - Talkback (Prog #740) - Twin Blocks (Prog #741) - School Bully (Prog #742) - A Clockwork Pineapple (Prog #743-#745) - Muzak Killer (Prog #746-#748) - The Vidders (Prog #749) - The Devil You Know (Prog #750-#753) - Twilight's Last Gleaming (Prog #754-#756) - One Better (Prog #757) - The Flabfighters (Prog #758-#759) - Teddy Choppermitz (Prog #760) - Rough Guide to Suicide (Prog #761) - Art of Geomancy (Prog #762-#765) - Justice 1 (Prog #766-#771) - Koole Killers (Prog #772-#774) - First of the Many (Prog #775) - Raptaur (Meg #1.11-#1.17) - The Hand of Fate (Meg #1.18) - The Boy Who Thought He Wasn't (Meg #1.19) - I Was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Priest Killer (Meg #1.20)

30 review for Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 16

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bryn Young-roberts

    A great music based story in this volume, with gentle jibes being made of Australian soap stars-come-pop-singers and the Jive Bunny as the Muzak Killer hunts them down in an effort to keep pop music to his tastes. Other highlights include the Edward Scissorhands parody, The Art of Geomancy (where Dredd gets his butt kicked by a female assassin in the name of Stan Lee), Space murder mystery (and great artwork) in Justice One, the return of Dredd's first ever arrest in First of the Many, scary hi- A great music based story in this volume, with gentle jibes being made of Australian soap stars-come-pop-singers and the Jive Bunny as the Muzak Killer hunts them down in an effort to keep pop music to his tastes. Other highlights include the Edward Scissorhands parody, The Art of Geomancy (where Dredd gets his butt kicked by a female assassin in the name of Stan Lee), Space murder mystery (and great artwork) in Justice One, the return of Dredd's first ever arrest in First of the Many, scary hi-jinks in Raptaur, and lots of fun, violent one-off episodes. There is also some time devoted to the desperation of democracy in this fascist Mega-City world. Oh, and there's also the bizarre I Was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Priest Killer for those who like a little shake up in style and humour every so often.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Leo

    A slight return to form. The "Referandum Day" storyline is one of the best Dredd stories ever, and surprisingly relevant to today's elections. The "Justice One" is a good murder mystery. The "Raptaur" storyline is a good manhunt story. Funny one-off stories, including a parody of my favorite TV show Twin Peaks. Garth Ennis is really holding his own as the new main writer. Most of the common artists in the previous volume are gone, but John Burns is there to pick up the slack. All-in-all a big impr A slight return to form. The "Referandum Day" storyline is one of the best Dredd stories ever, and surprisingly relevant to today's elections. The "Justice One" is a good murder mystery. The "Raptaur" storyline is a good manhunt story. Funny one-off stories, including a parody of my favorite TV show Twin Peaks. Garth Ennis is really holding his own as the new main writer. Most of the common artists in the previous volume are gone, but John Burns is there to pick up the slack. All-in-all a big improvement from the last volume.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pablo Martinez

    Some good stories, some not so good. Ennis does a great work replacing Wagner on Dredd, you can tell he loves the character and his world. This collection also includes the grand finale of the "Democracy" Storyline. I guess you could consider this the end of the first Dredd era. Some good stories, some not so good. Ennis does a great work replacing Wagner on Dredd, you can tell he loves the character and his world. This collection also includes the grand finale of the "Democracy" Storyline. I guess you could consider this the end of the first Dredd era.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    Around this collection is where Judge Dredd hits its worst slump, not really recovering until The Pit. This being Judge Dredd, it's still not that bad, but it's quite far removed from the heights the comic could hit. Around this collection is where Judge Dredd hits its worst slump, not really recovering until The Pit. This being Judge Dredd, it's still not that bad, but it's quite far removed from the heights the comic could hit.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mhorg

    So so for this volume A decent, if not great volume. The stories and art run the gamut from good to poor. The last story has an artist who must have been channeling Vaughn Bode.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Martin

    This volume had a bit of everything. Fantastic art, interesting stories. I think this is my favourite Case Files thus far, hopefully there are more good ones to come.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Redhead

    another good set of satirical stories featuring the toughest lawman

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Watkins

  9. 5 out of 5

    Phil Marsh

  10. 4 out of 5

    Josh

  11. 4 out of 5

    Martin

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pat

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tom Streeter

  14. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

  16. 5 out of 5

    Toni Scandella

  17. 5 out of 5

    Scott Rowland

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nathan

  19. 5 out of 5

    Eddy

  20. 5 out of 5

    Graham Bailey

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  22. 4 out of 5

    Snickety

  23. 5 out of 5

    Owain

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jon Start

  25. 4 out of 5

    John Costello

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ronan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  28. 5 out of 5

    Fred

  29. 5 out of 5

    Scott Arlow

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tara

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