Judge Dredd #12

Judge Dredd #12

Writer: Duane Swierczynski Artist: Nelson Daniel Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: October 23, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
7.9Critic Rating
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"Into The Cursed Earth," chapters 10-12: Roasted Judge on a Spit (Serves 6-8): Ingredients: one (1) Judge, metal spit, Kosher salt. 1. Kill the Judge (pick your favorite option; we just like to shoot 'em in the mouth) 2. Pry off helmet, that big gold bird, boots, gloves, etc. 3. Secure Judge to spit carefully; dead Judges are heavy and tend to flop around as the spit turns. 4. Light coals, turn slowly, salting and basting with blood (pro tip: save it from step number 1) every half hour. 5. When the skin bubbles up into these fine little blistery pustules, it's time to eat! (Recipe courtesy Angel Brothers Gang, all rights reserved)

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Corey 'Undeadpool' Schroeder Oct 23, 2013

    This book remains one of the best action-comedies on the shelf and this issue does little to derail that reputation. It gives the reader plenty of head-tilting bizarreness that even when it veers a little too far off the trail, it always rights itself in the end AND the trip is always worthwhile. There are a few hiccups along the way, but nothing to seriously hamper the experience. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Eric Bridges Oct 22, 2013

    The writing for this issue if fun, witty, and gross. It builds the tension of the the situation and delivers some nice work. I, personally, enjoyed the different characters that are introduced. The writing moves the story along in a way that is entertaining and time saving. I am not going to lie, this issue could have been really boring but because it was written right, the timing was executed perfectly. Read Full Review

  • 5.7
    Geeked Out Nation - Philip Suson Oct 25, 2013

    Overall it was an unsatisfying issue. Dredd is a highly intriguing character that deserves better writing than what is here. This could've been spread out into two whole issues to flesh everything out more. We aren't given much in terms of what this ooze wants. There is no issue when the plot rolls by quickly, but when it is at times incoherent spread it out a little. It's okay to tell three stories in two issues, if it's worth telling. The visuals are good in this book, as there are differences in the barren wasteland and Mega-City One. There is a good distinction between all of the characters and it's a nice touch. Nelson Daniel's art is the saving grace for this issue. Read Full Review

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