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Over all its a good book but kindle need a better optimization process for these books. the occasional clipping of word bobbles and misplacement of cells out of order can be annoying but the material is great and just what you would expect.
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2014
Very happy with this comic collection. I bought all the volumes 1-8. The stories are true to the character of Judge Dredd, very well drawn and good story lines. Delivery was very quick. Recommend this seller and these wonderfully produced volumes. Perfect for young and old comic lovers!
Volume 8 continues in much the same vein as Volume 7, although the Mega Epic features in the middle of the story and is shorter than some of its predecessors. The story quality within the volume is still very strong although the artwork at times is arguably not as strong as that of stalwarts Brian Bolland and Carols Ezquerra. A couple of the artists here have dated badly to the extent the story is weakened by it. However, the volume, even outside the ‘main event’ contains a welter of excellent stories which really continue to ‘build’ the world of Dredd. The ‘Error of Judgement’/ ‘A case for Treatment’ two parter, for example hints at greater disaffection on Dredd’s part which is followed up in later volumes. A personal favourite of mine is ‘The 13th assessment’ where Dredd is directed by a cadet judge. While there are a couple of misfires, the two mid range stories, the ‘Hunters Club’ is one that would be followed up in less fine style later on in the 1990s while ‘Dredd Angel’ uses the character of ‘Mean Angel’ in effective fashion and is probably barring ‘The Fink’ the best Angel Gang story. As for the mega epic, ‘City of the Damned’ is a sequel to ‘The Judge Child’ and has a certain shock value and an effective hook. While not the best epic, it is certainly worth reading. Overall while the volume may not be as uniformly high quality as some of the earlier volumes it’s definitely a must read for any Dredd fan or indeed any fan of the genre. 5 stars.
Reliving my mid-spent childhood by collecting the adventures of my favourite comic book hero, the Case Files is an amazing way to sate any fans appetite. Excellent condition and value for money, not to mention how good it looks on the shelf as part of an ever growing collection. Highly recommend, a must have for any fan, new or old.