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  1. PREPARE TO BE JUDGED, LAWBREAKERS!

    The Daily Dredds Vol. 2 – Hardcover, 6th October 2016

    This second volume of the Daily Star Dredds features the weekly strips published in the popular national tabloid that ran between July 1986 to the end of 1988, featuring action-packed stories from John Wagner and Alan Grant and sumptuous art from Ian Gibson, Mike Collins and the legendary Ron Smith.

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  2. Follow up to my last post which should pop up later.

    Daily Dredd Vol 2 is from 1986 – 1989! I think so, not 1988. Art includes Barry Kitson? I think his name is mentioned on the cover. Hard to see it clearly on the Amazon image link.

    Here is the full list of Daily Star Dredds by Wagner/Grant from 1986 – 1989. I’ve left out strips 1 and 2 – Alien Tongues and Pyro – as they were published in Volume 1.

    3) Weirdies 65 episodes (130 to 194, Daily Star 7th July, 1986 to 3rd October, 1986) 65 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    4) The Mean Machine 60 episodes (195 to 254, Daily Star 6th October, 1986 to 30th December, 1986) 60 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    5) Bride of Death 67 episodes (255 to 321, Daily Star 31st December, 1986 to 18th March, 1987) 67 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    6) Vigilante 78 episodes (322 to 399, Daily Star 19th March, 1987 to 17th June, 1987) 78 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    7) A Guide to Mega City Law 74 episodes (400 to 473, Daily Star 18th June, 1987 to 11th September, 1987) 74 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    8) Crime of Passion 42 episodes (474 to 515, Daily Star 12th September, 1987 to 30th October, 1987) 42 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Barry Kitson

    9) Fat City 82 episodes (516 to 597, Daily Star 31st October, 1987 to 4th February, 1988) 82 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Steve Dillon and Ian Gibson

    10) The Cursed Earth 78 episodes (598 to 675, Daily Star 5th February, 1988 to 4th May, 1988) 78 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    11) Undercity 78 episodes (676 to 753, Daily Star 5th May, 1988 to 3rd August, 1988) 78 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    12) The Menagerie 75 episodes (754 to 828, Daily Star ? to 31st October, 1988) 75 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    13) The Monster Maker 78 episodes (829 to 906, Daily Star 1st November, 1988 to 30th January, 1989) 78 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    14) Heartbeat 78 episodes (907 to 984, Daily Star 31st January, 1989 to 1st May, 1989) 78 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Ian Gibson

    15) Death of a Salesman 78 episodes (985 to 1062, Daily Star 2nd May, 1989 to 31st July, 1989) 78 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    16) The Real Judge Dredd 77 episodes (1063 to 1139, Daily Star 1st August, 1989 to 28th October, 1989) 77 pages
    Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

  3. Volume 3 (out in 2018?) will conclude Wagner/Grant’s work.

    Hot Rocks is the first strip to go into 1990:

    17) Hot Rocks 78 episodes (1140 to 1217, Daily Star 30th October, 1989 to 29th January, 1990) 78 pages Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    18) The Elephant Man 77 episodes (1218 to 1294, Daily Star 30th January, 1990 to 28th April, 1990) 77 pagesScript: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    19) Who Dunnit? 78 episodes (1295 to 1372, Daily Star 30th April, 1990 to 28th July, 1990) 78 pagesScript: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    20) The Sheriff of Festering Hole 57 episodes (1373 to 1429, Daily Star 30th July, 1990 to 3rd October, 1990) 57 pages Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    21) Cybo! 41 episodes (1430 to 1470, Daily Star 4th October, 1990 to 20th November, 1990) 41 pages Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    22) Nice & Eezy does it! 43 episodes (1471 to 1513, Daily Star 21st November, 1990 to 11th January, 1991) 43 pages Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

    23) The Stookie War! 42 episodes (1514 to 1555, Daily Star 12th January, 1991 to 1st March, 1991) 42 pages Script: John Wagner/Alan Grant, Artist: Mike Collins

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    The strip carried on with Mark Millar, Alan McKenzie, Gordon Rennie, Robbie Morrison and Andy Diggle as writers. According to Barney’s Database site, the final strip was published on 23rd May, 1998.

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