Violence in any form can be a terrible thing. Why, these days even punching an actual Nazi in his Nazi fucking face is deemed uncouth. Oddly, when Orlok first met a member of the BNP, he immediately tried to start a fight with him. Does that make Orlok a prick? Well, not really, he has many other qualities that denote him as a generative member, but wanting to lamp a gammon is not one of them. So, how does Dredd feel about someone jumping on the face of a vicious dictator? Let’s find out…
August 2102 (Prog 183).
Alan Grant throws together a nice bit of satire with the help of Kelvin Gosnell. Meanwhile Mick McMahon tears this a new one.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (IN ONE SENTENCE)?:
The newly opened Aggro Dome is intended as an aggression vent for frustrated citizens, but trouble erupts easily with so many volatile citizens in the same place.
WHAT THE DROKK?:
The date of this story is wrongly given as August 2120.
WHAT’S THE ART LIKE?:
Great work from McMahon and he really lets rip on the designs of the various games inside the Dome.
HOW MANY LINKS?:
Another mega city fad going awry turns out to be a back to normal story after the Judge Child and the Council decision. This is the first proper indication of the citizens being on a very short fuse when it comes to violence and this plays well to the satire. Five links.