"Crowd Control," conclusion. Former Chief Justice Cal has been sentenced to hard labor on the prison moon Titan-Dredd finds himself torn between saving longtime partner Judge Anderson and upholding the law.
This was a good issue with great art that has been very consistent. The dialogue is fast and to the point but gives you a breather to make you feel the impact of the story. Swierczynski delivered a nice wrap up to this last arc. The interaction of characters worked well together to serve their purpose. I didn't find anything wrong with the art and has been consistent with the series as a whole. Characters look great with distinct styles and colors made the panels look great. This was definitely one of my favorite series that IDW has put out. Judge Dredd can still be found in the ongoing 2000AD programs. Read Full Review
All in all, Judge Dredd #30 is a strong finish to a run that I have had a high opinion of. It felt fresh and fun again, where some of the latter renderings felt more drab in their presentation. It was a nice comeback to two very talented creative people. I look forward to see where they go from here. Read Full Review
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