Judge Dredd: Mega City Zero TPB Review
Judge Dredd: Mega City Zero
Written By: Ulises Farinas and Erick Freitas
Illustrated By: Dan McDaid and Jesus Redondo (Pt 6)
Colored By: Ryan Hill
Lettered By: Shawn Lee and Chris Mowry
Cover Artist: Ulises Farinas
Cover Colorist: Ryan Hill
Series Editor: Denton J. Tipton
Collection Editors: Justin Eisinger and Alonzo Simon
Collection Designer: Ron Estevez
Publisher: Ted Adams
Judge Dread wakes up to find Mega-City One has been sent back to the stone ages. All the blocks are overgrown with vegetation there’s even fresh air? Whatever is going on and no matter what the terms of service are he is still the law! Dread hasn’t a clue what’s happened but he pushes on through attacking herds and robot judge sentry’s malfunctioning and attacking him, that’s never a good idea. He only wants to know one thing what the drokk happened to Mega-City One?!? This trade is a great re-introduction point to our favorite Judge!
Ulises Farinas and Erick Freitas have done a great job scripting this story arc Mega-City Zero. Not at all what I expected I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed this story. This is all you could ask out of an epic Judge Dread story. If this book doesn’t get you hooked on this character nothing will! Great job Ulises and Erick I look forward to reading more of their work on the Dread titles.
Dan McDaid nailed the gritty raw feel of the old 2000 A.D.’s I used to read when I was a kid. Of course with a hand from Jesus Redondo on part six well done gentlemen. Anyone that has ever read any Judge Dread books knows that they are very stylistic art wise Dan & Jesus have that covered in spades.
Judge Dredd awakens to find that Mega-City One has been sent back to the Stone Age, with city blocks overgrown and not a single citizen to be found. Witness as Dredd struggles to unravel the mystery as he copes with being just an ordinary Joe!