There are times in a man’s life when, upset at some perceived slight, he has to take action to redress the balance. If that man is Orlok you can expect a lengthy and quite imaginative retribution that may or may not have involved superglue and a petrol cap. In the case of citizen Kweeg, it’s time to grab a weapon or two and kill some people. It’s the American dream, after all.
John Wagner and Alan Grant tap into the mysteries of future shock and Colin Wilson throws in the detail.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (IN ONE SENTENCE)?:
Citizen Dobey Kweeg goes futsie and turns Judge killer.
WHO’S THAT IN THE HELMET?:
Judge Slasenger is shot dead by Kweeg but manages to call it in due to his enormous balls of steel.
Judge Bluthal aids Dredd at the Intercross Fuel Station inferno.
IT’S CULTURAL, INNIT?:
Ida Lupino was an actress turned producer and director.
Pat Boone was an actor and singer. He was pretty shit at both.
WHAT THE DROKK?:
Bizarrely, Slasenger’s badge doesn’t have his name on it. Hell, that name appears to have an “O” in it.
WHAT’S THE ART LIKE?:
Superbly detailed and full of great perspective work.
HOW MANY LINKS?:
A mad shooter loading up on weapons and going apeshit crazy in America. Who could ever imagine such a thing? For the tension and mirror to the craziness of the modern American gun problem, this nets four links.