2 comments on “Robo Hunter – A Potted History Part 1

  1. Cheers, Seth. You make a really interesting point regarding the way the type of absurdity, cynicism, and social satire we associate with Dredd first appeared in Wagner’s Robohunter work. I generally credit the addition of Alan Grant to the Dredd writing team with drawing out that aspect of Megacity One, but it was already developing in Robohunter at a time when Wagner was still trading in sentimentality and heroics with much of his Dredd work.

    Thought provoking.

  2. Pingback: Robo Hunter – A Potted History Part 2 | ECBT2000AD

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