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Here we are with the tenth collection of the consistenly excellent Judge Dredd.
The first thing you will notice with reading through the collection is there is a lack of the epic stories that have been the highlight of many of the previous collections.
Instead we get the slightly more personal stories that look at the citizens of Mega-City 1. There are two stories in particular that stood out for me and made this a must have purchase (I would have bought it anyway, but that's beside the point). They are the Taxidermist and The Art of Kenny Who.
The Taxidermist tells the story of a Taxidermist (surprised??) who has to do a "Favour" for a local crime lord. There is something I find amazing about this story, it's just a shame that we will have to wait a while for the sequel set around the Taxidermist Olympics.
The Art of Kenny Who tells the tale of an aspiring comic book artist who comes the the Big Meg to try and sell his work and earn some money for his family back in Scotland. This could be considered more a comedy of errors.
The art features some of the best examples of our homegrown talent with the likes of Cam Kennedy and Steve Dillon.
The only thing that knocks a point of for this is that The Art of Kenny Who has already appeared in a collection, showing of his full saga. But I suppose it wouldn't be the complete case files without it.