Format: Digital

Product Code: MEG230

Released: 5th April 2005

Digital Judge Dredd Megazine 230

Episodes include:

Non Fiction » The Dredd Files (Part 17)

Judge Anderson » Lock-in (Part 4)

Mega-City One, 2126 AD: Cassandra Anderson used to be PsiDivision’s top telepath, saving the city from all manner of supernatural nasties. But after many months out of action – in a coma, and infected with the psychicallyactive ‘Half-Life’ virus concocted by the terrible Judge Death – can she still cut it on the streets?

Bogie Man » Return to Casablanca (Part 4)

Glasgow, 2004 AD ... Bogart, Humphrey: film actor, born 1899. Oscar-nominated as Rick in Casablanca, 1941. Met and married Lauren Bacall, 1944. Died 1957. Clunie, Francis Forbes: schizophrenic, born 1952. Started believing himself to be Humphrey Bogart, committed to Spinbinnie Hospital 1986. First escaped 1991 ...

Shimura » Deus X (Part 3)

Hondo City, 2127 AD: ancient Samurai values clash with high technology in the Japan of the 22nd century. Nine years ago, determined to fight organised crime and corruption, Judge-Inspector Shimura turned ronin. But now a ghost from the past is about to reveal itself to his former partner, Aiko Inaba ...

Bato Loco » Head Job (Part 2)

Mega-City One, 2127 AD: In the Big Meg’s Barrio Blocks, they call Carlito Agarra the ‘Bato Loco’ – ‘Crazy Guy’! He’s just tryin’ to make a dishonest cred in a mad city – but if it ain’t the Judges on his back, it’s Don Morte’s Mob, and if it ain’t the Mob it’s sure to be something else. Madon’!

Interrogation - We Want you as a New Recruit (Part 2)

Judge Dredd » Judging Ralphy (Part 1)

Mega-City One, 2127 AD – a vast metropolis of 400 million citizens ruled over by the Judges. Empowered to dispense instant justice, these future lawmen are judge, jury and executioner. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd – he is the Law!

Whatever happened to? » Melda Dreepe (Part 1)

Mega-City One, 2127 AD: it’s been nearly 25 years since the Meg fell victim to the Block Mania toxin, leaving the city open to invasion. One of the first to succumb was Dan Tanna Block’s Melda Dreepe, who inspired an assault on Enid Blyton in reprisal for the dropping of a four-cred freezy-whip on her head ...

You're Next, Punk! » That joke isn't funny any more (Part 1)

Heatseekers » Cult TV: Savage Garden (Part 1)

Heatseekers » Movies: You must be Mistaiken (Part 1)

Heatseekers » Orient: Apocalypse War (Part 1)

Heatseekers » Comics: It's not easy being green (Part 1)

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