Perps beware, as Dredd takes to the mean streets of the Big Meg once more to tackle the city’s most dangerous offenders. The tenth book in this bestselling series collects together some of the very best in Thrill-power, including such stories as 'The Art of Kenny Who?', 'The Fists of Stan Lee' and 'The Taxidermist.' Featuring the writing of 2000 AD supremos Alan Grant (Lobo) and John Wagner (A History of Violence) and the work of such classic artists as Steve Dillon (Preacher), Cam Kennedy (Star Wars) and Ian Gibson (Halo Jones), this is the perfect collection for all discerning comic fans!
One of the most influential names in the British comics industry, John Wagner started his professional career in the 1960s, working for DC Thompson in Dundee. Sub-editing various titles including Romeo, Wagner went freelance in the early seventies, forming a writing partnership with Pat Mills. Soon after, Wagner then made the move down south, joining IPC’s staff, where he initially edited girls’ titles, Sandie and Princess Tina, before helping to develop Battle Picture Weekly. Appointed as editor to the ailing boys’ comic Valiant, Wagner had an instant impact, co-creating and writing the hard-hitting cop strip One-Eyed Jack. He is best known as the co-creator of both Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog for 2000 AD