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Judge Dredd Day Of Chaos: The Fourth Faction Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B00EHJVQC6
- Publisher : 2000 AD Graphic Novels (August 15, 2013)
- Publication date : August 15, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 86293 KB
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- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 160 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,424,538 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The book includes the Judge Dredd strips from 2000 AD Progs 1700-1704, 1740-1751, and 1753-1758, as well as stories from Megazine 307,308, and 310, along with a sampling of covers when the story was being published. There is also a brief introduction to put Day of Chaos in perspective and provide some background information on the Apocalypse War arc back in 1982, both from the perspective of the creators as to why it was written and its impact on the Judge Dredd world and its importance to the Day of Chaos storyline.
Like other recent Rebellion-printed TPBs, these are a good quality for paperbacks. The comics inside are reproduced well and in good color and quality.
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Knowing the length of the story I knew that this would be the first of 3 volumes (I think), perhaps my only disappointment. Arriving a couple of days early, I was straight into it. A kind of hint of '24' to this volume with various story lines touched on and various terrorist types plotting and scheming building up slowly and nicely.
Dredd artist stalwarts Colin MacNeil and Henry Flint chip in their regular solid work. The big surprise is unlike the majority of the newer 'fill-in' artists in recent Dredd volumes (just my term - they could be 2000AD Dredd regulars) the ones here are fairly good and don't draw Dredd and his world in a cartoonish, OTT style that seems to have been the vogue.
Overall a great read setting the scene of what's to come - cant wait for the next book.
Anyway I have really looked forward to reading this CHAOS DAY story since I paid in advance for this book last year -
for me FOURTH FACTION is beautifully written and drawn , and IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to you
I can also say that 2000AD is really well written as well , and is as good as when I used to read it from 1977 till the early 1980's when my work took over my spare time